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Best ships of Russia's Caspian Flotilla

November 15, 2016, 15:38 UTC+3
Russia’s naval flotilla in the Caspian sea is in the process of a fundamental upgrade, expected to increase the share of the newest combat ships and boats to 90% by 2020
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The flagship of the Caspian Flotilla frigate Tatarstan
The flagship of the Caspian Flotilla frigate Tatarstan
The flagship of the Caspian Flotilla frigate Tatarstan
© Dmitry Rogulin/ITAR-TASS
Gepard-class frigate Dagestan
Gepard-class frigate Dagestan
Gepard-class frigate Dagestan
© Dmitry Rogulin/ITAR-TASS
The leading gun-firing river-sea type ship Astrakhan
The leading gun-firing river-sea type ship Astrakhan
The leading gun-firing river-sea type ship Astrakhan
© Yury Belinsky/ITAR-TASS
Torpedo boat of the Caspian Flotilla
Torpedo boat of the Caspian Flotilla
Torpedo boat of the Caspian Flotilla
© Vladimir Tyukaev/TASS
The lead ship of Project 21631 Grad Sviyazhsk
The lead ship of Project 21631 Grad Sviyazhsk
The lead ship of Project 21631 Grad Sviyazhsk
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Project 21631 Buyan-class corvette Uglich
Project 21631 Buyan-class corvette Uglich
Project 21631 Buyan-class corvette Uglich
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Rescue tug boat SB-45
Rescue tug boat SB-45
Rescue tug boat SB-45
© Vympel Design Bureau
Serna-class landing craft D-156
Serna-class landing craft D-156
Serna-class landing craft D-156
© Russian Ministry of Defense/Anton Blinov
Velikiy Ustyug small missile ship
Velikiy Ustyug small missile ship
Velikiy Ustyug small missile ship
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Grachonok-class anti-saboteur ship
Grachonok-class anti-saboteur ship
Grachonok-class anti-saboteur ship
© Russian Ministry of Defense/Anton Blinov
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The flagship of the Caspian Flotilla frigate Tatarstan
© Dmitry Rogulin/ITAR-TASS
Gepard-class frigate Dagestan
© Dmitry Rogulin/ITAR-TASS
The leading gun-firing river-sea type ship Astrakhan
© Yury Belinsky/ITAR-TASS
Torpedo boat of the Caspian Flotilla
© Vladimir Tyukaev/TASS
The lead ship of Project 21631 Grad Sviyazhsk
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Project 21631 Buyan-class corvette Uglich
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Rescue tug boat SB-45
© Vympel Design Bureau
Serna-class landing craft D-156
© Russian Ministry of Defense/Anton Blinov
Velikiy Ustyug small missile ship
© Russian Ministry of Defense
Grachonok-class anti-saboteur ship
© Russian Ministry of Defense/Anton Blinov

Russia’s naval flotilla in the Caspian sea is in the process of a fundamental upgrade, expected to increase the share of the newest combat ships and boats to 90% by 2020. The Caspian Flotilla was created in November 1722 by the order of Peter the Great. The fleet consists of 50 ships, including its flagship Gepard-class frigate Tatarstan and also second frigate Dagestan, three Buyan-class corvettes and four small-size gunships. The fleet's home base is located in Astrakhan. The ships of Russia’s naval flotilla in the Caspian — a land-locked sea washing the shores of four other countries — in this photo gallery.

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