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Class overview Operators:  Russian Navy General characteristics Class and type: Typhoon-class submarine Length: 175 m (574 ft 2 in) Beam: 23 m (75 ft 6 in) Draft: 12 m (39 ft 4 in) Propulsion: 2 × pressurized-water nuclear reactors 2 shafts Speed: 2–3 knots (2.3–3.5 mph; 3.7–5.6 km/h) surfaced (with solid ice cover up to 2.6 m) 16–18 knots (18–21 mph; 30–33 km/h) submerged Test depth: 400 m (1,300 ft) Capacity: Up to 15,000 t (14,763 long tons) of cargo Complement: 163 men (original Typhoon) Armament: None The Submarine Cargo Vessel (Russian: Подводное транспортное судно) is a proposed idea from the Russian Rubin Design Bureau. The idea is to utilise decommissioned SSBNs (nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine) from the Russian Navy to carry cargo under the Arctic Ocean. The reason for this solution is that it would be considerably cheaper than designing and producing an entirely new type of submarine. The basis for the project is a Project 941 Typhoon class submarine, which was designed by Rubin in 1976. It would have its ballistic missile launchers removed and replaced with cargo holds. See also Merchant submarine External links Official Rubin site v • d • e Modern merchant vessels Dry cargo Barge · Bulk carrier · Car float · Coaster · Collier · Container ship · Heavy lift ship  · Hopper barge  · Lighter aboard ship · Reefer ship · RORO ship · Submarine Cargo Vessel · Train ferry · Livestock carrier Tankers Chemical tanker · FPSO unit  · LNG carrier  · Oil tanker · Tanker Passenger Cargo liner · Cruiseferry  · Cruise ship  · Ferry · Narrowboat · Ocean liner · RORO ship · Train ferry Support Dive support · Fireboat · Supply ship · Tender  · Towboat · Tugboat Other Cable layer · Crane vessel · Dredger  · Drillship  · Fishing vessel · Icebreaker · Merchant submarine · Research vessel · Riverboat  · Semi-submersible · Snagboat This submarine-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e