Nevsky Shipyard (NSSP) continues to build a series of 10 dry cargo vessels of "river-sea" deadweight about 7 tons, the project RSD49 (designed by the Marine Engineering Bureau-Design-SPb in close collaboration with the customer and factory-builder). Customer — North-Western Shipping Company.
November 26, 2011, the regular key event — the loading of the main engines on order number 403. Formation of the hulls and mechanical and construction work on the orders number 402 (keel laid on April 20th 2011.) And 403 (keel laid August 15, 2011). The plant began forming the hull structures Order number 404 (keel laying took place on 24 October 2011.).
As previously reported, due to the lack of sufficient stockpile locations on Nevsky factory completion of the order number 401 will be made on the Onega shipyard. Between plants already an agreement on cooperation. Technology descent boat in the water held October 28, 2011, after which the vessel was towed to Petrozavodsk to their completion. November 19 ship lifted to slip and Onega shipyard took up work.
Main dimensions and characteristics: length overall -139.95 m overall width — 16.7 m of sediment in the river — 3,6 m size load. Holds the length — 25 m + 50 m + 25 m dwt with a draft of 3.6 m in the river — about 4,525 tons, deadweight in the sea at draft 4.7 m — about 7 million tons, cargo holds — about 10,900 thousand m2.
Vessels are built according to the rules and under the supervision of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS) to the class: KM Ise2 R2 AUT1-C.
In 2012 it is planned to put into operation four ship.