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  #151  
Old 29-10-2011, 04:24
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Great photo's certainly is interesting to see the ex-British frigates and the mods that have been done to them
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Old 15-01-2012, 11:59
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Photos of RNavy's frigate MARASESTI (F-111) .
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Old 15-01-2012, 12:14
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Romanian Navy's frigate MARASESTI's armament .
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Old 15-01-2012, 12:18
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Frigate MARASESTI during military exercise with land forces !
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Old 15-01-2012, 12:27
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Romanian's Navy frigate MARASESTI fireing missile and launching torpedo .
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Old 15-01-2012, 12:36
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Frigate MARASESTI in Constanta .
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Old 15-01-2012, 12:40
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Romanian Navy's frigate MARASESTI and school-ship brig MIRCEA at Romanian Navy Day in Constanta .
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Old 15-01-2012, 15:03
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Romanian Navy's corvettes&support ships CONSTANTA & MIDIA .
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Old 15-01-2012, 15:28
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Ship CONSTANTA participated to the launch of the first space rocket of Romania - rocket HELEN . Rocket HELEN was the "child" of ARCA ( Romanian Association of Cosmonautics and Aeronautics ). The rocket was high with a balloon in air and ulterior teh HELEN's engine starts . HELEN joined the space !
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Old 14-09-2012, 09:16
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HUCHUAN fast atack boats .
Doru,
you should verify the sources.
I think that those in the two left pictures are Komsomoletz torpedo boats, soviet made, no hydrofoil.
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Old 16-09-2012, 08:45
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Dear RiverWolf ,
You are half-right ! The two left pictures are Bolshevik-class (P-6 , Soviet made) , but not Komsomolets-class torpedoboats . Romanian Navy has not Bolshevik-class torpedoboats .
Thank you !
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Old 16-09-2012, 08:51
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Romanian Navy received after 1960 Komsomolets-class torpedoboats .
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Old 16-09-2012, 13:48
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Romanian Navy had also 3 Poti-class antisubmarine corvettes soviet made .
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Old 16-09-2012, 14:20
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VS42 is a "SHANGHAI" II class large patrol craft.
Very good picture!
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Old 17-09-2012, 15:17
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Thank you MugurCL ,
I already know that Romanian Navy has Shanghai 2 class patrol vessels , but I didn't know that they were armed with antisubmarine armament .
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Old 18-09-2012, 16:53
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There were three types of Shanghai II class patrol vessels in Romanian Navy:
- coast guard (20 ships)
- submarine hunter (4 ships: No. 41, 42, 43, 44)
- diving support vessels (2 ships: VENUS and SATURN)
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Old 18-09-2012, 17:23
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You are great dear MugurCL !!!
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:10
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Doru, regarding the so long planned modernization of Romanian Navy, I've seen that Romanian authoriries have thoughts about buying 4 corvettes and 4 antisub hunters, from Germany or Netherland, eventualy to build them in Ro with foreign assistance.
Of course everybody is dreaming about state of the art ships but we don't have money and, also, the proximity of Sevastopol naval base gives me the feeling that our main fleet could be lost in the first minutes of an eventual conflict. I'm thinking mainly about the P-500 missiles from Moskva cruiser, able to hit our naval bases from inside Sevastopol base.
This reason, togetehr with the finnancial one made me think that our solution should be the implementation of modern equipment on small, cheep and reliable ships, like we used before (I'm talking about new built ships, modernised engines, radars etc).
Let's imagine a Huchuan class torpedo boat, equiped with a triple 324 mm Stingray (or italian) torpedo launcher and protected by a 35 mm Oerlikon Millenium mount. The torpedoes can be used down to 800 m deep, against subs and, with a 50 Knts speed, the boat can reach fast any point, within a 300 Nm range.
Let's imagine a Epitrop class torpedo boat, equiped with:
a) 2 x 3 x 324 mm torpedo tubes, one 35 mm Millenium and one RIM-116 sistem for air defense;
or
b) 2 x Harpoon (similar) launchers, one 35 mm Millenium and one RIM-116 sistem for air defense;
With 38 knts they can also reach fast any point and have bigger endurance on the sea.
Let's imagine a Tarantul class FAC, with a 76 mm Otto Melara, 2 x Harpoon (similar) launchers, 2 x 3 x 324 mm torpedo tubes, one 35 mm Millenium and one RIM-116 sistem for air defense.
With 43 knts and good range it can provide a 10 days permanence in a designed area.
We could think even about something based on Shanghai II class patrol boats (the new Bofors ASW sistem);
The main idea is to have many small ships, able to be sheltered and camounflaged anywhere on Romanian coast or Danube Delta area, fast enought to be deployed anywhere in Romanian economic exclusive area, very cheep (cheeper than weapons onboard, if possible), simple, reliable, easy to maintain and to replace.
I'm not completely against Russian weapons. I'm a fan of AK-630, RBU-6000 and AK-176 but I have doubts about their fire control sistems (radars aso) in an hipotetical conflict with them. They cold be keeped onboard only after replacing the radars and fire control sistems.
For a minimum intervention on ships bodies I was carefull to the total weight of present weapons onboard, trying to propose weapons sistems with same or less total weight.
I found infos about sistems weight but in some cases I couldn't find datas.
I will be gratefull if you could provide me some information about the weight of the following sistems:
- the 533 mm torpedo tube (empty), used on Huchuan and Epitrop classes;
- the P-21 missile double launcher (empty), used on Tarantul class;
- the 2x14,5 mm mount, used on Huchuan class.

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Old 06-03-2014, 06:09
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Hello, Riverwolf,

The main problem is that the EPITROP class are already old ships and they can not reach more than 26kn. Huchuan class ships were scrapped.
I think that only DELFINUL (KILO CLASS SUBMARINE) could be a serious threat if she carry Tomahawk missile.
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Old 06-03-2014, 06:15
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Udiowałem bardzo dokładnie przedmiotem tych pogłębiarki były Rumuński Navy, zebrałem kilkadziesiąt zdjęć okrętów radzieckich w tej samej klasie. Rozmawiałem z rzymskich marynarzy, którzy byli na tych statkach, w połowie lat 70-tych.

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[Udiowałem very precisely the subject of the dredgers were Romanian Navy, gathered dozens of photos of Soviet ships in the same class. I spoke with Roman sailors who were on these ships, in the mid 70s.]


Bulgarian Navy had 4 255k:
http://vimpel.boinaslava.net/index.p...eep_proekt255K
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Mangalia navy base, january 15th 1994:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQHbsNXgsi8
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Yes , STEVE , some photos of Romanian type22 frigates are taken in ENGLAND.
Unfortunelly you sold us veterans from Falckland's War repaint and barbered , like I made reference before !
Neither of the Type 22s fought in the Falklands, they're Batch 2s and we only had 2 x Batch 1s down there. One of yours ( ex - Coventry) was named after the Type 42 sunk in the Falklands.
Presumably there was a reason why the ships were sold to you without Seawolf or Exocet fitted?
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