Screw Propeller Makes Russian Shipbuilding History

Friday, January 12, 2007
The screw propeller, which is the largest in Russian shipbuilding history, of the diameter of 26.9 ft. was manufactured at the defense shipyard Zvezdochka in the city of Severodvinsk, reports BarentsObserver. This is a prefabricated mover from stainless steel of the weight of about 50 tons made for Hyundai Heavy Industrial. It is intended for an arctic tanker under construction to be operated by the Russian company Primorje Sea Shipping Company. Source: FIS
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