Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 11)

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Russian landing ship Novocharkassk returning from the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian landing ships Azov and Aleksandr Otrakovski passing through Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian landing ship Azov heading to the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian landing ship Aleksandr Otrakovski heading to the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

On 25 February 2015, the Russian landing ship Novocharkassk returned from her Mediterranean deployment while landing ships Azov and Aleksandr Otrakovski started their deployment.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
25.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
25.2.2015 151 Yamal Southbound Russia
25.2.2015  142 Novocharkassk Northbound Russia
22.2.2015 67 USS Cole Southbound USA
21.2.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
17.2.2015 031 Alexander Otrakovski Northbound Russia
17.2.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
15.2.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
8.2.2015 67 USS Cole Northbound USA
7.2.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 10)

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USS Cole passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: US Navy.

 

On 22 February 2015 after spending the last 15 days in the Black Sea, the US Navy destroyer, DDG-67 USS Cole passed through Turkish Straits. She is back in the Mediterranean

And according to news reports, Russian landing ships Yamal and Alexander Shabalin returned to the Black Sea

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
22.2.2015 67 USS Cole Southbound USA
21.2.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
17.2.2015 031 Alexander Otrakovski Northbound Russia
17.2.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
15.2.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
8.2.2015 67 USS Cole Northbound USA
7.2.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 9)

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Russian Alligator class landing ship Saratov passing through Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian landing ship Alexander Otrakovski returning from the Mediterranean. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Turkish Coast Guard vessel TCSG-303 escorted the Russian ships. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

On 17 February 2015 after spending the last 12 days in the Mediterranean Sea Russian landing ships Alexander Otrakovski and Saratov returned to the Black Sea.

Turkish Coast Guard vessel TCSG-303 escorted the ship during their transit of Bosphorus.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
17.2.2015 031 Alexander Otrakovski Northbound Russia
17.2.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
15.2.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
8.2.2015 67 USS Cole Northbound USA
7.2.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 8)

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Novocharkassk passing through Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

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Turkish Coast Guard vessel SG-25 escorting Novocharkassk. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

The Russian Ropucha class large landing ship Novocharkassk made her southbound passage on 15 February 2015. This her first deployment in 2015. She was escorted by Turkish Coast Guard boat SG-25.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
15.2.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
8.2.2015 67 USS Cole Northbound USA
7.2.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 7)

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Russian Krivak class frigate Ladny making her south bound passage through Bosphorus. Photo: Kerim Bozkurt. Used with permission.

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Russian Krivak class frigate Ladny making her southbound passage through Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian Krivak class frigate Ladny making her southbound passage through Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Alexander Shabalin heading to the Mediterranean. Photo: Kubilay Yıldırım. Used with permission.

 

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Alexander Shabalin heading to the Mediterranean. Photo: Işık Yıldırım. Used with permission.

 

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US Navy Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Cole making her northbound passage through Bosphorus. Photo: Kerim Bozkurt. Used with permission.

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US Navy Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Cole making her northbound passage through Bosphorus. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

 

The Russian Krivak class frigate Ladny which was supposed to sail on 26 January 2015, made her southbound passage on 7 February 2015. This her first deployment after her overhaul.  Two Ropucha class large landing ships Yamal and Alexander Shablin, passed through Bosphorus later on the same day.

On 8 February 2015 the US Navy destroyer USS Cole made her first Black Sea deployment in 2015.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
8.2.2015 67 USS Cole Northbound Russia
7.2.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
7.2.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 6)

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Aleksandr Otrakovski is heading to the Mediterranean. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

 

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Russian Alligator class landing ship Saratov is heading to the Mediterranean. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

 

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
5.2.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Southbound Russia
5.2.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 5)

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Russian Amur class repair ship PM-56 returns from her deployment in Tartus, Syria. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Alexander Shabalin returns from her deployment in Syria. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Yamal returns from her deployment in Syria. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

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Russian Amur class repair ship PM-56 returns from her deployment in Tartus, Syria. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Alexander Shabalin returns from her deployment in Syria. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class landing ship Yamal returns from her deployment in Syria. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
21.1.2015  156 Yamal Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound Russia
21.1.2015 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 4)

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Russian Slava class cruiser Mosvka returning to the Black Sea after a 136 day deployment. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

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Russian Alligator class cruiser landing ship Saratov making her northbound passage through the Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

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Russian Kashtan class buoy tender KIL-158 passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Kerim Bozkurt. Used with permission.

 

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Russian Kashtan class buoy tender KIL-158 passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

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Salvage tug Shakter passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

 

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
19.1.2015 Shaktar Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
19.1.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.1.2015 131 Moskva Northbound Russia
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 3)

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USS Donald Cook passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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USS Donald Cook passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Kerim Bozkurt. Used with permission.

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USS Donald Cook passing through the Bosphorus.

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USS Donald Cook passing through the Bosphorus. She was escorted by Turkish Coast Guard vessel SG-312.

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Turkish Coat Guard vessel SG-312 escorting USS Donald Cook.

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USS Donald Cook passing through the Bosphorus. Photo: Alper Böler. Used with permission.

 

Today US Navy destroyer USS Donald Cook passed through the Bosphorus and ended her 21 days in the Black Sea.

This year the list will be in reverse order: The older sightings will be at the bottom of the list. I think this will make reading the list easier.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
14.1.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

Foreign Warship On Bosphorus 2015 (Part 2)

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On Sunday the floating repair ship PM-138 made her southbound passage through the Bosphrous for a long stay in Tartus Syria. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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On 13 January, Aleksandr Otrakovski returned from her Syrian deployment. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

This year the list will be in reverse order: The older sightings will be at the bottom of the list. I think this will make reading the list easier.

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
13.1.2015 031 Aleksandr Otrakovski Northbound Russia
11.1.2015 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 156 Yamal Southbound Russia
10.1.2015 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
5.1.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia

I have archived the list of the Russian warship movements in 2013 and the list of foreign warship movements in 2014.

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