Onega shipyard contracted with Nevsky Shipyard began outfitting the head multipurpose dry cargo vessel with deadweight of 7150 tons of the project RSD49, the press service of the Marine Engineering Bureau, who is the designer of the series.
Due to the lack of sufficient stockpile locations on Nevsky Plant 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.
Court RSD49 project in accordance with the classification of the Bureau refers to the class of "Volga-Don Max" have the maximum possible size for VDSK.
Court series can be used for transportation of general, bulk, timber, grain and large, dangerous goods of 1.4S, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.1, 8, 9 IMDG and Appendix B of the BC Code in the Caspian Sea as well as in Mediterranean, Black, Baltic, White, North Sea, including voyages around Europe and in the Irish Sea in winter.
In this case, the court in displacement of the project RSD49 (as well as their prototype RSD19) are by far the largest of dry cargo vessels, satisfying dimensions of the Volga-Don canal.
Customer — "North-Western Shipping Company."
Onega shipyard was founded in 1944. The company is located on the shore of Lake Onega in Petrozavodsk. In 2002, the event began on the construction of new and modernization of existing plant facilities, upgrading of equipment, training of personnel. All these measures were aimed at the establishment of production capable of building ships of "turnkey". The plant annually delivers to the customer three ready-to-ship operation.