Pella Shipyard Signs Contract to Construct Seven Tugboats for Russian Navy

On May 6th 2011 OJSC “Pella” has signed the contract to construct 7 tugboats project 90600 for Russian Navy.

Azimuth tug of 90600 design is intended for harbor, coastal and offshore towing and berthing operations as well as for firefighting operations, oil spill removal and other.

Classification: KM Ice2-Arc4 R3 AUT3 FF3 WS Tug (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping)

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Length 25.5 meters

Breadth 8.8 meters

Depth at side 4.6 meters

Draft 3.5 meters

Speed 12 knots

Bollard pull 20-36 tonnes

More than 10 years Pella Shipyard is the leading company in Russian tug building market. Tugs of PELLA’s new generation are successfully operating in all main Russian harbours. High quality and modern techniques of PELLA’s tugs were appreciated by customers from Norway, Italy and many other countries.

European and Russian shipowners are interested by PELLA’s many years good work reputation of reliable and responsible partner. All PELLA’s vessels were built just in time.

PELLA SHIPYARD is also famous for the shortest terms of delivery. Construction period from signing a contract to signing of a built acceptance protocol not exceed 12 months.

Source: PellaShip, May 10, 2011.

 

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