Would this cover that? found it here:: http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/
Krasnodar ('Oscar-II') class (8+2 ships)
(Project 949A, Antey-II)
Displacement: 19,400 tons submerged
Dimensions: 155 x 18.2 x 9.2 meters/508.5 x 59.7 x 30.2 feet
Propulsion: Steam turbines, 2 OK-650B reactors, 2 shafts, 98,000 shp, 32 knots
Sonar: MGK-500 series Skat-2/Shark Gill LF active/passive suite with towed array
Armament: 24 P-700/SS-N-19 Granit/Shipwreck SSM, 4 21 inch torpedo tubes and 4 25.6 inch torpedo tubes (24 Type torpedoes and/or RPK-7/SS-N-16 Veter/Stallion ASROC)
Concept/Program: Very large guided-missile submarines; an enlarged version of the 'Oscar-I' design. Intended for strikes against US surface forces, especially carriers. The Pacific Fleet units of this class remain relatively active and routinely deploy. Kursk (K-141) was lost in the Barents Sea on 12 August 2000; salvaged 8 October 2001. There is at least one incomplete boat of this class still in existence.
Classification: Atomnie Podvodnie Kreysery 1 Ranga (APKR); 1st Class Nuclear Powered Submarine Cruiser.
Builders: Sevmashpredpriyatiye, Severodvinshk.
Number Name Year FLT Homeport Notes
K-148 Orenburg 1986 NOR
K-132 Irkutsk 1987 PAC Reserve
K-119 Voronezh 1988 PAC
K-173 Krasnoyarsk 1988 PAC Reserve
K-410 Smolensk 1990 NOR
K-442 Chelyabinsk 1990 PAC
K-456 Vilyuchinsk 1991 PAC
K-266 Orel 1992 NOR
K-186 Omsk 1993 PAC
K-526 Tomsk 1997 PAC