Diesel-electric submarine built for the Pacific Fleet “Ufa” conducted a deep-sea dive as part of state tests. As reported by the press service of the Baltic Fleet, submarine tests were provided by ships and aircraft of the Baltic Fleet.
Fourth “Varshavyanka” for the Pacific Fleet reached the state testing stage, already in full working out the program at the sea ranges of the Baltic Fleet. Information about the start of state tests was not announced., although earlier on “Admiralty shipyards” reported, that factory sea trials will gradually develop into state. Apparently this happened.
Meanwhile, the submarine has already made a deep-sea dive to a depth 190 meters as part of state tests. On board the submarine was the crew and the commissioning team “Admiralty shipyards”, who checked the operation of all systems and mechanisms of the submarine, worked out algorithms of actions when controlling a ship at depths and with various methods of ascent to the surface.
While information about the timing of the transfer “Ufa” not in the Russian Navy, but it should happen before the end of this year.
“Ufa” - the fourth submarine of six in a series for the Pacific Fleet, laid down in November 2019 of the year, launched 31 Martha 2022 of the year. The first three submarines of the series have already been accepted into the Navy: head “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky” was handed over to the fleet 2019 year, first serial “Volkhov” – at 2020, and the second serial “Magadan” in October 2021 of the year. The first two submarines have already been sent to Kamchatka to the place of permanent deployment, the third submarine will remain in the Baltic for now, the military has not yet announced its transition to the Far East, she's waiting as soon as possible “Ufa”, to make an inter-naval transition together.