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On December 14, 2018, in Petrozavodsk, at the Onega shipbuilding and ship repair yard, a solemn ceremony was held to lay ground haul piles (self-propelled barge) of the NV-600 project.
The event was attended by the Minister of Transport of Russia Yevgeny Dietrich, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Russia Ilya Torosov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Karelia on economics Dmitry Rodionov, General Director of the FSUE “Rosmorport” Andrei Lavrishchev, Director of the Onega Shipbuilding and Repair Plant Vladimir Mayzus and others officials.
The contract provides for the construction of two scows commissioned by the FSUE “Rosmorport”. It is planned that the barges will work in the seaport of Novorossiysk.
During the construction of scows, a modular method of building a hull will be applied, which will reduce costs and ease the installation of additional equipment, reduce costs during its operation and replacement. As a propulsion complex, two container-type diesel units will be used, installed on the deck in the aft part of the vessel, which will allow inspecting and repairing steering columns without placing bollards in the dock. The project provides simplified contours.
The ships are designed by ZAO Spetssudoproekt and their construction will be carried out under the supervision and in accordance with the requirements of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping for class KM Ise1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper.
According to this project, the Onega Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant has already built two vessels with a cargo capacity of 600 m 3 – the “Labor” and “Strong” barges.
Main dimensions and main characteristics:
Depth at midship frame
Draft by loadline
volume precoat hold on the upper
edge of the coaming
Power main engine
Autonomy water reserves, provisions
600 m 3
about 1,540 tons
about 8.2 nodes
2×100, 1×30 kW
Source: Rosmorport / Maritime News of Russia