Trials of the nuclear-power submarine Yury Dolgoruky Print
Friday, 08 June 2012 10:34

The nuclear-power submarine Yury Dolgoruky left for final state trials.

 Yesterday the pilot nuclear-power submarine Yury Dolgoruky, Pr. Borey, set off to the White Sea for conducting the final state trials. Yury Dolgoruky is reported by Naval officers to be commissioned to the Navy on the Naval Day.

Alexey Kravchenko
Anastasiya Nikitinskaya

Joint Stock Company “Proizvodstvennoye Objedineniye “Severnoye Mashinostroitelnoye Predpriyatiye” (as a part of the JSCo United Shipbuilding Corporation) is the largest multidiscipline shipbuilding complex in Russia. Four main business lines form the basis of the production program: execution of the state defense order, participation in military-technical cooperation, construction of marine equipment for offshore development and civilian shipbuilding, manufacture of products for machine-building and oil and gas industry.
Over its 70-year history Sevmash has produced 45 surface ships, 163 submarines, 128 of which are with the nuclear power plant.
At the moment two groups of nuclear power submarines of the new generation are under construction at Sevmash.