Another Russian Warship Is On Her Way Home

The Ropucha class landing ship Novocharessak passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven.

The Ropucha class landing ship Novocharkassk passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven.

Another Russian warship is returning from the Eastern Mediterranean. On 12th January 2013,the Ropucha class large landing ship Novocherkassk passed through Dardanelles on her way to Russia. The ship spent 11 days in the Med.

The following warships are in the Eastern Mediterranean according to my tally:
Slava class cruiser Mosvka,
Kashin class destroyer Smetliy,
Alligator class landing ship Saratov,
Amur class repair ship, PM-56,
Boris Chilkin class tanker Ivan Bubnov.
Uda class tanker Lena
Neustrashimyy class frigate Yaroslav Mudryy
Sliva class tug SB-921

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5 Responses to Another Russian Warship Is On Her Way Home

  1. Dave Shirlaw says:

    Love to know what’s inside!

  2. Pingback: Un amphibie russe rentre de Medor. Etat des lieux du déploiement de la Marine russe en Méditerranée | Newsletter navale | Scoop.it

  3. Dave Baker says:

    The modest assemblage of obsolete and semi-obsolete Russian warships and even more elderly auxiliairies now and recently in the Mediterranean is being described in Western media as the largest Russian fleet exercise since the end of the Soviet Union. Everyone hide under your beds!

  4. Abdullah Yalçın Gültunca says:

    Yakışıklı gemiler ama dökülüyorlar. 11 günde ne hale gelmiş güzelim gemi

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