Factory Nobel Shipyard launched the third tanker project RST25 Julius Makarenkov

November 20, 2012 Shipyard "Nobel Shipyard" carried descent third tanker project RST25 "Julius Makarenkov" deadweight in the sea / river — 6710/5229 tons with a high environmental standard.

The vessel was built at the Russian River Register class M-SP 4.5 (Ice 40) A EKO3.
When designing a project tankers RST25 considered the special requirements of Russian and international oil companies and environmental requirements in the Russian River Register of IVF 3 ("CLEAN DESIGN" in the designation DNV). For the first time in a Russian class was assigned a project tanker RST22, built in 2008.
RST25 craft project designed for mixed (river-sea) and sea bulk transport of crude oil and petroleum products, including gasoline, without restrictions for flash, ensuring transportation of cargo to maintain the temperature of 50 ° C. Provides simultaneous transport of two kinds of cargo.

A distinctive feature of the tanker is used as a single means of movement and management of full-circle steerable propellers, no longitudinal bulkhead in CL, using submersible pumps, a set of complete absence of the tanks developed trunk of.

The vessel meets the dimensions of the Volga-Don Canal and Volga-Baltic Waterway. Overall length of the vessel RST25 project is 139.99 m, breadth — 16.6 m, depth — 5.5 m
Refers to tankers of "Volga-Don max" class.
In comparison with a series of "Armada" tanker new project have reinforced river function, increased by 509 tonnes deadweight in river conditions while maintaining the features in the sea.
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 lead ship series "Alexander Shemagin" found in ballast speed 12.1 knots.
As the main engines are two medium-speed diesels to 1200 kW, operating on heavy fuel oil with a viscosity of IFO380.
Endurance — 20 days.
The crew of 12 people (14 seats).
The lead ship of the project RST25 "Alexander Shemagin" was laid 21.12.10. The descent took place on 15.11.11. Letting 26.07.12.
The second ship of the project RST25 "Pavel Yudin" was laid 17.05.11. The descent took place on 28.08.12. The vessel is being tested. Filing expected in December 2012.
The third vessel of RST25 "Julius Makarenkov" was laid 01.11.11. The descent took place on 20.11.12.

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