ChSY Finishes Construction of Trawler “General Troshev”

Friday, August 19, 2011
Gneral Troshev

Chernomorsky Shipbuilding Yard (Nikolaev) finished construction of big factory freezer trawler “General Troshev” for Russian company “Preobrazhenskaya Base of Trawling Fleet.

The vessel is intended for fishery by over-trawling and midwater trawling. The vessel is built on Russian Registry of Shipping and has unrestricted navigation.

“It is the first of four trawlers, with which we resume building of given types of vessels. The next vessel also will be built for Preobrazhenskaya Base of Trawling Fleet of Russia. The negotiations are conducting upon the others with potential customers, particularly the Russian ones. We consider given branch of shipbuilding as prospective”, - ChSY General Director Valery Kalashnikov commented finishing of construction.

Trawler’s design speed is 14,3 kt, displacement is 5715 t. The length of the vessel is 104,5 m, width is 16 m, moulded depth is 10,2 m, deadweight is 1757 t.

“To adapt a project to modern conditions, developed by Leningrad Central Design Bureau “Vostok” more than 30 years ago, turned out to be complicated, but the result surpassed all expectations. Daily output of fish production is succeeded to increase from 50 t to 150 t, fish-meal – from 7 t to 17 t. According to our specialists’ estimates, new big factory freezer trawlers will be found quite competitive on the modern market of fishing vessels”, - ChSY Chief Designer Sergey Khalnov mentioned.

Vice-chairman of regional state administration Viacheslav Rukomanov, managers of regional and town State government bodies and representatives of “Preobrazhenskaya Base of Trawling Fleet” company took part in festive ceremony of vessel’s delivery to the customer.

  • Information on trawler “General Troshev”

Main regions of trawler’s exploitation are temperate latitudes of seas of northern and southern hemispheres. Modern navigation aids and commercial connection are installed on board. Endurance of the trawler is 70 days.
Ready freezing production is stored in two holds at a temperature of -28°С and it can be transferred to the sea on transport refrigerators or can be delivered directly to the port. Main vessel’s energetic plant is diesel-geared unit of nominal power 6800 electric horsepower. As main engines two diesels are installed, manufactured under license of “Pielstick” firm. In correspondence with new international standards the vessel in equipped by special sanitary throughput area with ladies’ and men’s change rooms, tambour-gateway and washstands with contactless electronic control. Crew of the trawler is 96 persons. There are 2 suites, 12 single, 33 double, 43 quadruple cabins as well as a companion cabin and a crew’s mess room. 

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