Russian Shipyard Delivers Salvage/Rescue Vessel

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013
M/V Spasatel Zaborschikov: Photo courtesy of the builders

The salvage vessel Spasatel Zaborschikov has been handed over by Nevsky Shipyard to the appropriate department of Russia's Transport Ministry after successful sea trials.

The M/V Spasatel Zaborschikov (Rescuer Zaborschikov) is third in a series of multi-purpose 4MW salvage vessels of project MPSV07, under construction at the Nevsky dock. The series design was developed by Marine Engineering Bureau-Design-St. Petersburg, JSC.

Main characteristics:

  •     Length overall - 73,0 m

  •     Width overall -16,6 m
  •     Depth - 6,7 m

  •     Service drafts - 4,0 - 5,1 m

  •     Capacity of power plant - 4 MW

  •     Full speed – 15 knots
  •     
Bollard pull - 70 t

  •     Endurance - 20 days
  •     
Ship crew - 20 persons
  •     Places for survivors - 81              

The shipbuilders say that the vessels in the MPSV07 project are the largest and the most significant  built as a part of the Federal Target Program of Russian Transport System Development (2010-2015).

 

 

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