Nobel Shipyard launched the tanker project RST25 «Pavel Yudin

Shipyard "Nobel Shipyard" today launched the second oil tanker project RST 25 "Pavel Yudin."

 
The plant is part of the holding company "Moscow River Shipping Company," which is also the operator of a series of three tankers of river-sea navigation.

Vessels of RST25 — a new type of tanker "river-sea" class with increased environmental security and automation. The self-propelled oil tanker project RST25 equipped with 6 cargo tanks and is designed to carry crude oil and petroleum products, including gasoline, without restrictions for flash-point, with the ability to simultaneously transport two loads of different varieties.
Capacity of six cargo tanks and two slop tanks of 6990 cubic meters. m, deadweight — about 6710 tons of sediment at 4,175 m, in the river at draft 3.60 m — about 5230 tons, cruising speed — 10.5 knots. Sea trials "Alexander Shemagin" showed speed in ballast 12,1 knots.

A distinctive feature of the tankers of the project is to use as a single means of movement and management of full-circle steerable propellers, no longitudinal bulkhead in the center plane, using submersible pumps, a set of complete absence of the tanks. The vessel meets the dimensions of the Volga-Don Canal and Volga-Baltic Waterway.
The lead ship of the project RST25 «Alexander Shemagin" was laid 21 December 2010, launched on 15 November 2011.

The second ship of the project RST25 «Pavel Yudin," was laid May 17, 2011.
The third vessel of RST25 «Julius Makarenkov" was laid Nov. 1, 2011.
 
Ltd. "Nobel Shipyard" was founded in 1907. Specializes in the construction of marine and river vessels, and also performs ship repair work. It is the largest shipbuilding enterprise in the Upper Volga. Area businesses more than 214 thousand square meters. m, of which 100 thousand square meters. m busy with well-equipped manufacturing plants. The Group employs over 500 people.

The company cooperates with Dutch customers in the manufacture of shells for dry cargo vessels, tankers, barges and other vessels. Towing buildings in Europe is produced along the route: Port of Rybinsk — Rybinsk Reservoir — the Volga-Baltic Canal — Lake Onega — Lake Ladoga — the port of St. Petersburg.
 
OJSC "Moscow River Shipping" — one of the leading companies offering services for freight and passengers on inland waterways of the Russian Federation. On the balance of the shipping company has 150 units. cargo and more than 60 units. passenger fleet.

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