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

Project 949 (Granit) - Oscar-I class

Drawing of 949 (Granit)  - Oscar-I
Northern Fleet Pacific Fleet Total
In service 2 0 2
Inactive 0 0 0
Dismantled 0 0 0
Number 2

Technical Data

Length: 143 m Displacement: 12 500/17 000 tons
Beam: 18.2 m Hull: Low magnetic steel
Draught: 9 m Crew: 130
Speed: 30 knots Max depth: 500 m

Compartments: 10

Reactor:

Two pressurised water reactors, model OK-650 b generating 2 x 190 MWt and a shaft power of 2 x 50 000 hp.

Nuclear Weapons

24 Granit SS-N-19 missiles in 12 missile tubes on each side of the hull. These missile tubes are mounted outside the pressure hull of the submarine.[237] Can also accommodate SS-N-15 depth charges and SS-N-16 missiles.

Naval Architects

P.P. Postinsev and I.L. Basanov.

Construction Yard

The Oscar-I submarines were built at Severodvinsk from 1978 onwards.

Base

Bolshaya Lopatka, Zapadnaya Litsa.

Individual Submarines

K-525,
Arkhangelsk, until 1991 known as Minsky Komsomolets. The submarine was laid down in 1978 and commissioned in 1980.
K-206,
Murmansk. Commissioned in 1981.

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Endnotes

[237] Krasnaya Zvedza, April 29. 1995. Return


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