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Project 877  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1982
Total Production: 43
Unitary Cost: USD$300 million
Also Known As: Kilo, Orzel, Paltus, Project 877E, Project 877EKM, Rajs Hadi Mubarek, Sindhugosh and Tareq
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Admiralty Shipyards, Rubin* and Zvezdochka   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: Project 877
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1982
Total Production: 78
Family Members: Project 636
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Description: The Project 877 class diesel-electric submarines, Kilo NATO-codename, were intended originally to engage surface ships and submarines protecting friendly sea coasts. Mines, torpedoes, missiles, and rockets can be employed to engage submarines and surface ships. They can undertake reconnaissance and special operations forces infiltration missions. The Project 877 submarines feature six 533mm torpedo tubes and a quieter diesel-electric propulsion system. Lower noise emissions ensure enhanced survivability and improved performance over previous diesel-electric powered Soviet-made submarines. The submarine sensor suite includes the MGK-400 Rubikon, Shark Gill NATO name, low frequency active and passive hull-mounted sonar array; MG519 Mouse Roar high frequency radar for airborne and mine threats avoidance; and the MRK-50 Albatros surface navigation radar.

The Soviet Union commissioned the first Project 877 submarine in 1982 with a total of 24 delivered in the 1990s. Russia is offering a series of upgrades that potentially could convert existing Project 877 ships in state-of-the-art submarines with enhanced hunter-killer capability. Inclusion of Klub/Club-S multi-purpose torpedo-launched weapons family will enable engagement of surface ships with latest generation air defense systems such as US AEGIS, and its European counterparts APAR, EMPAR, and SAMPSON. The Project 877E and 877EKM submarines, intended for the export market, are based on the project 877 design but encompassing minor modifications aimed at fulfilling the foreign customer's requirements. The first Project 877E boats were delivered to the Indian and Polish Navies in 1986. The first Project 877EKM submarine modified to home the Club-S missile complex was delivered to the Indian Navy in 2000.

Project 877 Specifications

Crew: 52
Enlisted: 40
Number of Engines: 2
Number of Weapons: 18
Officers: 12
Torpedo Tubes: 6
Dimensions
Beam: 9.90 meter (32.5 foot)
Length: 73 meter (238 foot)
Performance
Max Operating Depth: 300 meter
Max Range: 11,112 kilometer (6,000 nautical mile)
Power
Power: 5,900 shp (4.40 MW)
Speed
Top Speed Submerged: 17 knot (8.74 mps)
Top Speed Surfaced: 10 knot
Time
Mission Endurance: 45 day
Weight
Displacement Submerged: 3,100 ton
Displacement Surfaced: 2,300 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
Meters (m)   Kilometers (km)   Nautic Miles (nm)   Inch (in)   Yard (yd)   Foot (ft)   Millimeter (mm)
Pound (lb)   Kilogram (kg)   kN (KiloNewton)   Ton (t)
Meters per Second (mps)   Kilometers per Hour (kph)   Knot (kt)   Miles per Hour (mph)
Liter (l)   Galon (gl)
Year (yr)   Minutes (min)   Second (sec)
Shaft-Horse-Power (shp)

Project 877 News

There are 6 news between
16 Sep 2009 and 26 Sep 2018
Wednesday, September 26, 2018Indian Navy to Get Two Submarine Rescue Vessels
Thursday, February 16, 2017Indian Navy Test Fires Varunastra Torpedo from Kilo Class Submarine
Monday, February 9, 2015Russian Navy Successfully Tests Paket-NK Anti-Submarine System
Tuesday, October 30, 2012First Upgraded Indian Navy Kilo Submarine Starts Seas Trials
Tuesday, May 29, 2012Iranian Navy Completes Overhaul of Tareq Kilo-Class Submarine with Domestic Components
Wednesday, September 16, 2009Four Indian Navy Kilo-Class Submarines to Get Club-S Cruise Missiles

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Romania1
YearHoldings
20131
20121
Russia24
YearHoldings
Mar 201813Baltic Fleet (2), Black Sea Fleet (0), Northern fleet (4), Pacific Fleet (7)
Oct 201711
201516Northern fleet (7), Pacific fleet (6), Baltic fleet (2) and Black Sea fleet (1)
201417Northern fleet (7), Pacific fleet (6), Baltic fleet (2) and Black Sea fleet (2)
201319Northern fleet (7), Pacific fleet (8), Baltic fleet (2) and Black Sea fleet (2)
200919Northern fleet (8), Pacific fleet (8), Baltic fleet (2) and Black Sea fleet (1)
Nov 200616+8 boats in reserve

Grand Total 437
Defensive Weapons
91RE1x18
91RTE2x18
53-65KEx18
Shkval
TEST-71ME-NKx18
Varunastrax18
Offensive Weapons
3M14Ex18
3M54Ex18
3M54E1x18

Project 877 Ship Listing


SerialNameStatusLaunch DateCommissionDecommission
012 Rajs Hadi Mubarek-1987-
013 El Hadi Slimane-1988-
364 -1995-
365 -1995-
S61 Sindhukirti-1990-
S55 Sindhugosh-1986-
S56 Sindhudhvaj-1987-
S57 Sindhuraj-1987-
S58 Sindhuvir-1988-
S59 Sindhuratna-1988-
S60 Sindhukesari-1989-
S62 Sindhuvijay-1991-
S63 Sindhurakshak-Dec 1997-
S65 Sindhushastra-2000-
Tareq-1992-
Nooh-1993-
Yunes-1997-
ORP Orzel-29 Apr 1986-
B-871 Alrosa-1990-
B-380 Svyatoy Knyaz Georgy-1988-
B-260 Chita-1981-
B-227 Vyborg-1982-
B-401 Novosibirsk-1984-
B-402 Vologda-1984-
B-445 Svyatoy Nikolay Chudotvorets-1988-
B-808 Yaroslavl-1988-
B-800 Kaluga-1989-
B-464 Ust'-Kamchatsk-1990-
B-459 Vladikavkaz-1990-
B-471 Magnitogorsk-1990-
B-494 Ust'-Bolsheretsk-1990-
B-177 Lipetsk-1991-
B-190 Krasnokamensk-1992-
B-345 Mogocha-1994-
B-806 Dmitrov-1986-
B-187 Komsomolsk-on-Amur-1991-
B-394 Nulat-1988-

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