On June 19 at the Baltic Shipyard "Yantar" (part of the JSC "United Shipbuilding Corporation") launched an operation to move towing vessel "Seliger" in its port of registry of the future, the city Temruk on the Azov Sea.
Prior to that, as reported in the media of the plant, the ship successfully passed the stage of mooring trials. In late May, the first stage of sea trials in the Baltic Sea, the ship returned to the factory where it was made preparations to move to the south. In particular, in order to avoid interference when driving under bridges to "Seliger" has been dismantled tower, transition conditions have been agreed with the Customs Service, Maritime and Russian River Register.
The transition will be carried out by towing the vessel through St. Petersburg inland waterways. Presumably he will take no more than ten days. Upon arrival in Temruk to "Seliger" Run a small amount of outfitting work and preparation for the completion of the sea trials. The final part of the test will take place on the Black Sea, and then in August, the vessel will be delivered to the customer.