A list of currently serving Russian submarines:
1) SSGNs (8 subs):
a) Project #949A Antey class:
Krasnodar (in reserve), Krasnoyarsk (in reserve), Irkutsk, Voronez, Smolensk, Chelyabinsk, Vilyuchinsk, Oryol, Omsk and Tomsk.
2) SSBNs (14 active-duty subs and 2 reserve subs):
a) Delta III (Kalmar) class (5 subs): Ryazan, Petropavlovsk Kamtchatsky, Podolsk, Svyiatoy Georgiy Pobyedonosets (Saint George the Victorious), Orenburg.
b) Delta IV (Delfin) class (7 subs): Vyerkhoturye, Yekaterinburg, K-64 (BS-64), Tula, Briansk, Karelya, Novomoskovsk.
c) Typhoon class (Akula class in Russian nomenclature) (1 active-duty sub and 2 reserve boats): Dmitriy Donskoi; Arkhangelsk, Severstal.
d) Borei class (1 sub): Yuri Dolgoruki (no SLBMs as of 2010).
a) Akula class (Project #971 Shchuka-B class in Russian nomenclature) (12 active-duty boats plus 1 reserve boat): Barnaul, Kashalot, Bratsk, Magadan, Kuzbass, Samara, Nyepra, Pantera, Volk, Leopard (in reserve), Tigr, Vyepr, Gyepard.
b) Sierra class (Project #945/945-A in Russian nomenclature) (3 submarines): Kostroma, Nizhny Novogrod, Pskov.
c) Victor class (Project #671 Shchuka class in Russian nomenclature) (4 submarines): Petrozavodsk, Ogninsk, Daniil Moskovsky, Tambov;
d) Graney class (Yasen class): 0; 1 to be commissioned in 2011.
4) Conventional attack submarines (SSKs):
a) Kilo class: 17 submarines, most of them unnamed.
b) Lada class: 1 submarine, Sankt Peterburg, commissioned on May 8th, 2010.
Total size of the submarine fleet: 54 submarines.