Pyotr Velikiy


Pyotr Velikiy

Pyotr Velikiy

Pyotr Velikiy (Pedro el Grande)
Russian Battle Cruiser Pyotr Velikiy.gif
Crucero Nuclear Pedro el Grande
Historial Bandera de Rusia
Clase Clase Kirov
Tipo Crucero lanzamisiles de propulsión nuclear
Puesta en grada 1986
Botado 1996
Asignado 18 de abril de 1998
Destino en servicio activo
Características generales
Desplazamiento 24.300 t estándar
28.000 t apc
Eslora 252 m
Manga 28,5 m
Calado 9,1 m
Blindaje 76 mm en torno al reactor
Armamento 20 P-700 Granit
14 SS-N-14 Silex
12x8 (96) S-300PMU aire superficie
96 S-400 (SA-NX-20 Gargoyle)
192 9K311 Tor (SA-N-9 Gauntlet)
44 OSA-MA (SA-N-4 Gecko)
2x RBU-1000 305 mm ASW
2x RBU-12000 (Udav-1) 254 mm ASW
1 cañón gemelo de 130 mm de doble proposito
10 tubos torpederos de 533 mm ASW/ASuW
8 cañones AK-630 hex gatling de 30 mm
6 sistemas de misiles CADS-N-1
Propulsión CONAS
2 reactores nucleares KN-3
2 turbinas de vapor GT3A-688
2 hélices
Velocidad 32 nudos
Autonomía 1000 millas náuticas a 30 nudos
ilimitada a 20 nudos
Tripulación 710
Aeronaves 3 helicópteros
Equipamiento aeronaves hangar bajo cubierta


El crucero nuclear Pedro el Grande, en ruso Пётр Великий, transliterado Pyotr Velikiy, es el mayor crucero nuclear del mundo, perteneciente a la Clase Kirov. Se inició su construcción en 1986 y fue botado en 1996. Es un crucero lanzamisiles.

Desde el comienzo de su viaje inaugural, salieron a la luz una serie de problemas. El más grave de ellos fue la ruptura de un conducto de vapor debida a una soldadura defectuosa. Cuatro marineros murieron en ese accidente.

Inicialmente llamado Yuri Andrópov, nombre del ex secretario general del Partido Comunista soviético. Ha tenido dos números de identificación, el 183 y el 099.

Tiene una tripulación de 727 hombres, con 97 oficiales. Va armado con helicópteros, 20 lanzamisiles de crucero Granit, 12 lanzamisiles antiaéreos y sistemas Vovopad de defensa contra los submarinos.

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