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Bellona Report nr. 2:96. Written by: Thomas Nilsen, Igor Kudrik and Alexandr Nikitin.

Project 661 (Anchar) - Papa Class

Drawing of 661 (Antsjar) - Papa
Northern Fleet Pacific Fleet Total
In service 0 0 0
Inactive 1 0 1
Dismantled 0 0 0
Number 1

Technical Data

Length: 106.9 m Displacement: 5 197/7 000 tons
Beam: 11.6 m Maximum Depth: 400 m
Draught: 8 m Hull: Titanium alloy
Speed: 44.7 knots Crew: 82

Compartments: 9

  1. Torpedo room and accumulators
  2. Torpedo room and accumulators
  3. Accommodations and accumulators
  4. Control room and accommodations
  5. Reactors
  6. Turbines
  7. Turbo generators
  8. Machinery
  9. Navigation/steering mechanisms

Reactor

Two VM-5m type pressurised water reactors generating 177.4 MWt and a shaft power of 80 000 hp.

Naval Architect, Principal designer:

Director of UKB-16 N.N. Isanin and N.F. Shulshenko.

Construction Yard

Built in Severodvinsk.

Individual Submarines

K-222,
formerly K-162, factory no. 501. Built in Severodvinsk. Laid down on December 28, 1963, and commissioned on December 31, 1969. The submarine is now moored at Bolomorsk Naval Base in Severodvinsk, but it is unclear when dismantling work will commence.[260] Since the hull is made of titanium alloy, the submarine will be dismantled at Sevmash. The reactors have not been defuelled.

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Endnotes

[260] Severny Rabotshy, March 7, 1995. Return


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