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

Project 949 A (Antey) - Oscar-II Class

Drawing of 949 A (Antey) - Oscar-II
Northern Fleet Pacific Fleet Total
In service 7 4 11
Inactive 0 0 0
Dismantled 0 0 0
Number 11

Technical Data

Length: 154 m Displacement: 13 400/18 000 tons
Beam: 18.2 m Maximum Depth: 500 m
Draught: 9 m Hull: Low magnetic steel
Speed: 28 knots Crew: 130

The missile tubes are located outside the pressure hull of the submarine.

Compartments: 10

Reactor

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

Nuclear Weapons

24 missiles of the same type as on the Oscar-I submarine.

Naval Architects

Principal builders: P.P. Pustyntsev and I.L. Bazanov

Construction Yard

The Oscar-II submarines were built in Severodvinsk.

Base

Bolshaya Lopatka at Zapadnaya Litsa.

Individual Submarines

Northern Fleet:

K-148,
Krasnodar. Commissioned in 1986.
K-119,
Vorone. Commissioned in 1988.
K-410,
Smolensk. Commissioned in 1990.
K-266,
Orel, formerly Severodvinsk. Commissioned in 1992.
K-186,
Omsk. Launched on May 8, 1993, and commissioned on October 27, 1993.
K-141,
Kursk. Laid down in 1992 and launched in 1994. Commissioned in December 1994.

Pacific Fleet:

K-132,
Belgorod. Commissioned in 1987.
K-173,
Chelyabinsk. Commissioned in 1989.
K-442.
Tomsk Commissioned in 1991.
K-456,
Kasatka. Commissioned to the Northern Fleet in 1991; transferred to the Pacific Fleet in September 1993.[238]

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Endnotes

[238] Murmansky Vestnik, December 2, 1993. Return


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