Not according to the Russian Ministry of Defense, whose spokesman accused "British Navy personnel" of having done it, back in October. Hersh in contrast is very specific that US Navy "graduates of the center’s hardcore diving school in Panama City" planted the bombs. There no real way for us to check if either of these allegations is true (and both the US and the UK denied them) but it is a bit jarring that they don't agree on such specifics, while claiming to have identified the personnel in quite some detail (the Russian MoD story also claims that unit participated on an attack on Crimea).
Although a whole bunch of Russian politicians have endorsed the latest Hersh reporting, Kremlin spokesperson Peskov was somewhat more circumspect. He
called the article "remarkable," though he added that "some points can be disputed" and that some "need proof."
Also, similarly with Hersh's 2015 story on bin Laden's killing in the Abbottabad raid being a "fairy tale" (which Hersh reported using a single source--possibly from ISI as one of their generals made the same claim later via the Pakistani press), this story also relies on a single source that told all that to Hersh.
Although around 2003 the editor of the New Yorker stood behind the identity/credibility of Hersh's sources, this story has only been published on his substack, so there's not much indication of the kind of cross checking that takes place in newsrooms having been done here. (Even his controversial bin Laden story was published by the London Review of Books.)
Some of the the Norwegian press also analyzed Hersh's story. They went even over the possibilities that it might have inaccuracies like it could have been a P-3, not a P-8 flight, another class of Norwegian ship rather than the one stated by Hersh etc. However, the gist of this is that Hersh's claim that the operation could have been carried out by Norwegian ships and planes hiding in plain sight under the guise of routine operations that can be plotted from open source intelligence doesn't pan out even under those relaxed assumptions.
Also, Hersh doubled down that his source was someone “with direct knowledge of the operational planning” of the operation, in other words the he claims the details he laid out were not merely guesses. Interestingly, the Chinese official press was the only one that didn't question any details in Hersh's story (previous link).
At least regarding the P-8 plane, the story does have a resemblance to some earlier news coverage that a US P-8 plane taking off from Iceland surveyed the area, although the timing of that was a couple of hours after explosion(s).
Hersh gets into more details about it in a more recent interview, like how the Pentagon supposedly wasn't informed, and possibly not even the CIA was except its director, but it was done by a black ops outfit called the C-SHOP (or SEASHOP?) in coop with Norway. I suppose he might be talking about the SAC, but it's hard to find a confirmed [para]military activity of theirs in the past 20 years or so that wasn't coordinated with the Pentagon, although if one goes further back in time, one might find such [confirmed] examples. Hersh also alleges that the CIA has been [again] conducting paramilitary operations against Iran, since 2008 or so.