At Khabarovsk Shipyard solemn laying of Highly azimuth ice class tug designed to work with large-port vessels. This order Khabarovsk shipbuilders received from a subsidiary of Rosneft.
The ceremony was attended by representatives of the Government of the Territory, the United Shipbuilding Corporation, Far East Center of Shipbuilding and Ship Repair, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
As the chief engineer of the Khabarovsk Shipyard Vladimir Leonov, the new vessel will be 23 meters in length, 10 — wide and 350 tons displacement. Its design will allow for port and coastal mooring maneuvers to shoot from ground vehicles, to put out fires on emergency courts. Ice Class tugs will ensure trouble-free operation in the harsh environment of the Far Eastern climate.
"You could say that the tug is unique in its kind. Above its design worked Dutch experts. During basis was a model project azimuth tug, which was subsequently modified to ice-class. Drain off the boat on the water will fall next year," — said in . Leonov.