Russia will Float Out New Nuclear Submarine

By Curious

Russia's Sevmash shipyard will soon deliver the third 'Borey-class' strategic nuclear submarine, the 'Vladimir Monomakh'. It is expected at the end of the year.
Russia's strategic submarine fleet will be formed by this class “Borey”. The projects 941 (NATO Typhoon class) and project 667 (Delta-3 and Delta-4) are too old. By the end of 2020 there are plans to be built 8 more submarines.
The Yury Dolgoruky will be delivered to the Russian Navy till the end of this year but there are some technical issues to be fixed. For example, software glitches in the automated launch control system prevented further tests of the Bulava ballistic missile, the submarine’s first weapon.
A Borey class strategic submarine is with this parameters. Long 170 meters (580 feet), hull diameter 13 meters (42 feet), crew capacity 107 (50 officers), maximum depth 450 meters (1,500 feet), speed 29 knots.
Those submarines will have ballistic missiles with multiple warheads.