Delta III Class Submarine - Ships

Ships

Delta III class — significant dates
# Shipyard Name Laid down Launched Commissioned Fleet Status
K-424 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 30 January 1974 11 February 1976 30 December 1976 Northern Decommissioned 28 March 1995 for scrapping
K-441 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 7 May 1974 25 May 1976 31 October 1976 Pacific Decommissioned 28 March 1995 for scrapping
K-449 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 19 July 1974 29 July 1976 5 February 1977 Pacific in reserve from 1996, decommissioned in 2001, scrapped 2008
K-455 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 16 October 1974 16 August 1976 30 December 1976 Pacific in reserve from 1998–99, probably decommissioned
K-490 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 6 March 1975 27 January 1977 30 September 1977 Pacific in reserve from 1998–99, probably decommissioned
K-487 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 9 June 1975 4 April 1977 27 December 1977 Northern in reserve from 1998–99, probably decommissioned
K-496 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Borisoglebsk 23 September 1975 13 August 1977 30 December 1977 Northern decommissioned on 9 December 2008 fuel discharged.
K-506 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Zelenograd 29 December 1975 26 January 1978 30 November 1978 Pacific Removed from service in 2010, Decommissioned in June 2010
K-211 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy 19 August 1976 13 January 1979 28 September 1979 Pacific Removed from active service in Dec 2010,in reserve 2012 http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/nbrs/667BDR/K-211/K-211.htm
K-223 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Podolsk 19 February 1977 30 April 1979 27 November 1979 Pacific Active 2012 http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/nbrs/667BDR/K-223/K-223.htm
K-180 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk NA 27 December 1977 8 January 1980 25 September 1980 Pacific In reserve from 2004, Scrapped in 2008
K-433 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Svyatoy Georgiy Pobedonosets 24 August 1978 20 June 1980 15 December 1980 Pacific Active 2012 http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/nbrs/667BDR/K-433/K-433.htm, Successfully tested ballistic missile in Oct 2010.
BS-136 (ex K-129) SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Orenburg 9 April 1979 15 April 1981 5 November 1981 Northern 1994–2002 – conversion to special purpose submarine Project 09786 (carrier of minisumbarine). Active as 2008
K-44 SEVMASH, Severodvinsk Ryazan 31 January 1980 19 January 1982 17 September 1982 Pacific Overhauled in 2007 Active 2012 http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/nbrs/667BDR/K-44/K-44.htm

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