Russian Cruisers

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Slava-Class Guided Missile Cruiser LOA 612′ TDISP 12,000 tons (3 active, 1 incomplete)

Moskva (formerly Slava) (1982)Moskva cruiser sevastopol 2018.jpgMoskva cruiser sevastopol 2016.jpgMarshal Ustinov (formerly Admiral Flota Lobov) (1986)marshal Ustinov Slava Class Severodvinsk 2016.jpg

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Marshal Ustinov during 2018 intercept by HMS St. Albans (Photo: LPHOT SEELEY/MOD)

Varyag (formerly Chervona Ukrayina) (1989)

USS McCampbell

Varyag during bilateral exercises with USS McCampbell 2011. US Navy: 474168 Petty Officer 3rd Class Corey Hensley

varyag slava class vilkovo 2019varyag slava class vlad 2014Ukrayina (formerly Komsomolets) (not completed) Mykolaiv, Ukraine, awaiting scrapping or sale

Kara Class Missile Cruiser LOA 569′, TDISP 8,900 tons (7 retired, 1 still in reserve)

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Petrpavlovsk shadowing recovery operations of flight Korean Air 007, 1983 NARA 330-CFD-DN-SN-89-04567 PH1 Felimon Barbante, USN [Detail]

Kerch (1974) laid up after 2014 fire, may be reactivated

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Kara Class cruiser Kerch 1986 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-ST-86-11183

Ochakov (1973 – 2011) recently scrapped after being used as a blockship in intervention in UkraineAzov (1975 – 2000) dismantled South of Sevastopol, Black SeaKara class cruiser sevastopol 2002

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Kara Class cruiser Kerch n.d. NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-89-01795

Kynda Class LOA 468′ TDISP 5,500 tons (4, all scrapped)

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Kynda Class cruiser underway, 1985 NARA 330-CFD-DN-SN-86-00746

Admiral Golovko (1964 – 2002) scrapped Sevastopol 2004Admiral Golovko Kynda Sevastopol 2002

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Kynda Class Cruiser, 1985 NARA 330-CFD-DN-SN-86-04124 LT Dave Parsons, USN

Sverdlov Class LOA 689′ TDISP 16,000 tons (14, 1 preserved)

ROYAL NAVY'S WATCH ON RUSSIANS. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A ROYAL NAVY HELICOPTER OF UNITS OF THE RUSSIAN FLEET OPERATING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.

Sverdlov Class cruiser photographed by Royal Navy aircraft © Crown copyright: IWM (A 35211)

Mikhail Kutuzov (1954 – 2000) – Museum Shipimage-22Murmansk (1955 – 1992) wrecked 1994 near Hasik, Norway, on way to scrapping, Eventually dismantled in place using a cofferdam.

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[Annotated view] yellow line shows total length of the wreck

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Sverdlov Class Zhdanov converted to Command Cruiser, 1983 view NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SN-87-06397

Pallada Class Protected Cruisers (3 built, 1 preserved) LOA 416′ TDISP 6,700 tons

Aurora (1903) Museum ship since 1957, ceremonially in commissionAurora protected cruiser museum st. petersburg 2019

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