Russian Auxiliaries and Other Ships
Ob’ Class Hospital Ship LOA 505′ TDISP 11,900 tons (4, 1 sold to China 2007)
Submarine Depot Ships
Ugra / Borodino class LOA ca. 475′ TDISP ca. 8000 tons (10, all retired and scrapped: 7 were built as USSR submarine depot ships, with considerable armament, 2 were completed as Borodino class training ships, and 1 was built for the Indian Navy).
Amur class LOA 400′ TDISP 5,500 tons. (service since 1968)
Krasnodon PM-09 (1969-mid-1990s) Transferred to Ukrainian Navy in mid-1990s and renamed Donbas U-500, served as the flagship for a time and a Command Ship.
Missile Instrumentation Ships
Marshal Krylov missile instrumentation ship (1990) LOA 692′ TDISP 23,800 tons
Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC)
Zubr Class (Pomornik) LOA 187′ TDISP 550 tons (2 active with Russian Navy in Black Sea, others active with Greece and China) largest military hovercraft in service.
Yevgeniy Kocheshkov 770 (1990) and Mordovia 782 (1991)
Aist Class (1975) LOA 155′ TDISP 300 tons (20 built, 6 or less still active)
Kommuna Submarine Salvage Vessel (1915) LOA 315′ TDISP 3,100 tons , oldest Russian commissioned naval ship. Catamaran-hulled and was loosely based on the Imperial German SMS Vulkan, U-boat rescue vessel. Currently a rescue vessel fitted with a British built rescue submersible.
Smolny Class / Project 887 LOA 453′ TDISP 9,150 tons (2 active, 1 retired, service since 1976, both in Baltic Fleet)