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 |- Anti-submarine warfare helicopter cruisers
 |--- class Project 1123 Moskva
 |        PKR Leningrad
 |        PKR Moskva
 |- Heavy aircraft carrying cruisers
 |--- class Project 1143 Kiev
 |        TAKR Kiev
 |        TAKR Minsk
 |        TAKR Novorossiysk
 |--- class Project 1143.5/6
 |        TAKR Admiral Kuznetsov
 |        TAKR Varyag
 |--- class Project 1143.4
 |        TAKR Admiral Gorshkov
 |        TAKR Baku
 |- Seaplane tender barges
 |        Kommuna
 |- Large landing ships
 |--- class Project 1174 Ivan Rogov
 |        BDK Aleksandr Nikolaev
 |        BDK Ivan Rogov
 |        BDK Mitrofan Moskalenko
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TAKR Varyag (....-1992)
TAKR Varyag Type: Heavy aircraft carrying cruisers
Class: Project 1143.5/6
Other names: TAKR Riga
Displacement: 59500
Aircraft capacity: 50-66
Fate: transferred to another country
  • She was launched in 1985 at Nikolaev, Black Sea and named "Riga".
  • In 1988 she was launched.
  • In June 1990 she was renamed "Varyag" (Viking, Norsemen).
  • In 1992 June construction stopped 67% complete and ship was transferred to Ukraine.
  • In 1998 she was sold to Chinese company in Macau. It was reported that the ship would become a casino.

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  • Shi Lang (2010-....)
    Shi Lang Type: Aircraft carriers
    Class: Project 1143.5/6
    Displacement: 59500
    Aircraft capacity: 50-66
    Fate: under construction
  • In 2001-2002 she was towed to Dalian Shipyard in northeastern China (around Africa). The plans to convert shit to casino were cancelled.
  • In early 2007 conversion to the Chinese multipurpose aircraft carrier began.
  • In late 2007 she was renamed "Shi Lang" and got "83" code.
  • According some reports she can be commissioned in the end of 2009 or 2010. However the further fate of the ship is unclear because Russian blocked sale of carrier based Sukhoi Su-33 aircraft to China.
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