Akula class submarines (Russian, 1984)

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Akula class submarines (Project 971)

specifications

Displacement: 7620t surface, 9246t (971M 9652t) submerged
Dimensions: 110m oa × 14m × 10.4m
Machinery: 1-shaft, 1 OK-650B reactor, 7-blade propeller, 43,000shp = 20kts/35kts
Armament: 2-533mm TT and 4-650mm TT (torpedo, SS-N-21 SLCM, SS-N-27 USM, SS-N-15/16 UUM)
Complement: 62

units

No Name Builder Laid down Launched Comp History Note
K-284 Akula Amur SY 6 Nov 1983 16 Jun 1984 30 Dec 1984 2001 decom'd Project 971
K-263 Delfin Amur SY 9 May 1985 28 May 1986 30 Dec 1987 2011 decom'd
K-322 Kashalot Amur SY 5 Sept 1986 18 Jul 1987 30 Dec 1988
K-480 Ak-Bars Severodvinsk 22 Feb 1985 16 Mar 1988 31 Dec 1988 2002 decom'd
K-391 Bratsk Amur SY 23 Feb 1988 14 Apr 1989 29 Dec 1989
K-317 Pantera Severodvinsk 6 Nov 1986 21 May 1990 30 Dec 1990
K-331 Magadan Amur SY 28 Dec 1989 23 Jun 1990 31 Dec 1990
K-461 Volk Severodvinsk 14 Nov 1987 11 Jun 1991 29 Dec 1991
K-328 Leopard Severodvinsk 26 Oct 1988 28 Jun 1992 15 Dec 1992
K-419 Kuzbass Amur SY 28 Jul 1991 18 May 1992 31 Dec 1992
K-154 Tigr Severodvinsk 10 Sept 1989 26 Jun 1993 29 Dec 1993
K-295 Samara Amur SY 7 Nov 1993 5 Aug 1994 28 Jul 1995
K-157 Vepr Severodvinsk 13 Jul 1990 10 Dec 1994 25 Nov 1995 Project 971U
K-335 Gepard Severodvinsk 23 Sept 1991 17 Sept 1999 5 Dec 2001 Project 971M
K-152 Nerpa Amur SY 13 Apr 1993 4 Jul 2006 28 Dec 2009 4 Apr 2012 to India Project 971I
K-337 Kuguar Severodvinsk 18 Aug 1992 Project 971U. Converted to K-535 Yury Dolgorukiy
K-333 Rys Severodvinsk 31 Aug 1993 Project 971U. Converted to K-550 Aleksandr Nevsky