Russia: Pella Shipyard, Ministry of Defense Ink Shipbuilding Contract

Recently, JSC Pella shipyard signed the contract with Ministry of Defense of Russia for the construction and delivery of 4 multifunction complex port service vessels on the base of project 03180, the first two vessels of the project are going to be built in 2013.

Just few days later, the shipyard successfully launched the tugboat Putorana (building No 928) of project 90600 Before the end of the year the vessel will be delivered into Arctic region and put into operation. The 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.

Project 03180 Technical data:

Length overall 49,8 m

Width overall 14,0 m

Draught 4,8 m

Depth at side 4,8 m

Speed about 9 knots

Crew 6-10 persons

Tugboat Putorana Technical data:

Length overall 25,4 m

Breadth overall 8,8 m

Hull height 4,66 m

Draught ab. 4,2 m

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, May 11, 2012; Image: pellaship

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Posted on May 11, 2012

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