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Khabarovsk-class submarine

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The Khabarovsk class, or Project 09851 is a class of submarines under construction for the Russian Navy. The lead submarine Khabarovsk, was slated to be floated in June 2020. However, the launch was delayed. As of August 2020, it was still anticipated that the launch would take place by the end of the year.[1] This class of submarines is based on the Borei-class submarine's hull, but is significantly smaller as it does not have the ballistic missile section. Surface displacement is reported to be about 10,000 tons.[2] The class is intended to carry six Status-6 Oceanic Multipurpose System long-range nuclear torpedoes, and will be the second submarine to carry this weapon after Russian submarine Belgorod (K-329). The class is also likely to carry anti-ship and land-attack missiles, in addition to torpedoes.[2][3]

According to the open sources, a total of three or four submarines have been ordered. However, while some sources suggest all the submarines are of the same class (Project 09851), others suggest that the follow-on boats could be from a separate class (09853).[4][5][6][7][8]


# Name Project Laid down Launched Commissioned Fleet Status Notes
Khabarovsk 09851 27 July 2014[9] [Projected 2021] 2023 [10] Northern Building
Ulyanovsk 09853[4] 2017 before 2027 Building[2] [11]
TBD 09851 or 09853 Ordered
TBD? 09851 or 09853?? Ordered?


  1. ^ "20 years after Kursk, Russia moves from tragedy to redefined underwater warfare capability". The Independent Barents Observer.
  2. ^ a b c "Khabarovsk class Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine |".
  3. ^ "Russian Special Submarine 'Khabarovsk' Likely to be Launched in June". May 11, 2020.
  4. ^ a b Sutton, H. I. "Russia's Newest Submarine, Khabarovsk, Could Redefine Underwater Warfare". Forbes.
  5. ^ "Russian Navy Project 09851 Khabarovsk nuclear submarine to be floated in June".
  6. ^ "Khabarovsk class Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine |".
  7. ^ "Russia's 'doomsday drone' prepares for testing". Barnet's observer. 26 May 2020.
  8. ^ "Russian Nuclear-capable Underwater Drone to Enter Service in September".
  9. ^,to%20be%20launched%20in%202020.
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