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Monday, 31 August 2015

INFOGRAPHICS #17: Russian Navy submarines (collection)

The past meets the present! Typhoon and Borei SSBN class
This is a collection of fifteen (15) infographics about Russian Navy submarines. The majority of them refer to those vessels that are currently in active service. Please keep in mind that the data on the infographics might not be completely accurate, some of the reported numbers are approximations such as the operational depth, the submerged speed, other capabilities or even the number of submarines that are in active service. As somebody can guess, this is classified information.

The first infographic was created by the talented artist Anton Egorov and it depicts in one image all the submarines that are currently in service with the Russian Navy and their main characteristics and capabilities.

Russian Navy submarines by Anton Egorov High resolution image here.


The next graphics refer to some of the most important submarines in Russian service today.

Project 885 Yasen (NATO reporting name Severodvinsk/Graney class) by RIA Novosti
Project 949A Antey (NATO reporting name Oscar II class) by RIA Novosti
Project 877 Paltus (NATO reporting name Kilo class) by RIA Novosti
Project 955 Borei (NATO reporting name Borei class) by RIA Novosti
The two following infographic was created by the talented H.I. Sutton who in his excellent website analyzes and illustrates various classes of submarines especially experimental ones or those that they are designed to execute special operations. To read more about the Typhoon class click here and about Sierra class here.


Project 945 Barrakuda (NATO reporting name Sierra I class) by H.I.Sutton. High resolution image here.

Project 941 Akula (NATO reporting name Typhoon class) by H.I.Sutton. High resolution image here.
Project 949A Antey (NATO reporting name Oscar II class) by Defending Russia
Project 885 Yasen (NATO reporting name Severodvinsk/Graney class) by Defending Russia


The rest six (6) infographics are referred to a brief history of Russian submarine fleet as well as to five (5) very important nuclear-powered Russian attack submarines.

History of the Russian submarine fleet by RIA Novosti
SSN Akula class. High resolution image here.
SSN Alfa class. High resolution image here.




SSN Victor I class. High resolution image here.

SSN Victor III class. High resolution image here.






SSGN Papa class. High resolution image here.

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