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Zvezda Starts Building First Arctic Shuttle Tanker

  • The Zvezda Shipyard has started cutting metal for the first Arctic shuttle tanker to be built by the company.

    The 69,000 dwt Arc6 tanker will be able to operate without icebreaking support in open pack one-year Arctic ice up to 1.1 meter thick in winter and spring navigation season and up to 1.7 meter thick in summer and autumn navigation period.

    The vessel will be 257 meter long, 7 meters longer than an Aframax tanker, and 34 meter broad.


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