Резка металла для линейного дизельного ледокола проекта 21900М2

Vyborg Shipyard Cuts Steel for Diesel Icebreaker

  • August 31, Vyborg Shipyard started cutting steel for a new Project 21900M2 icebreaker, Hull No. 510. The customer is the RF Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport, with Rosmorport acting as a contractor.

    Project 21900M2 is a modified version of Project 21900M. Previously, Vyborg Shipyard built three icebreakers to Project 21900M. Two of them, “Vladivostok” and “Murmansk”, were delivered in 2015, and the third vessel, “Novorossiysk” was delivered to the customer in 2016.

    Project 21900M is a double-deck icebreakers with an unlimited sailing area equipped two 360 degree rotation rudder propellers and a bow thruster capable of sailing in ice up to 1.5 m thick. The vessels are equipped with a helipad.

    Project 21900M icebreakers are designed for escorting vessels in ice conditions, providing towage services, fighting fire on vessels and other objects, assisting vessels in distress, and transporting cargo.

    Vessel characteristics:

    • Class notation (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping): Icebreaker7 [2] AUT1-ICS FF2 EPP ECO BWM(Т) HELIDECK Special purpose ship;
    • Capacity: 18 MWt;
    • Displacement at maximum draft: 14,000 tons;
    • LOA: 119.8 m;
    • Beam: 27.5 m;
    • Maximum draft: 8.5 m;
    • Deadweight: 4,800 tons.

    Photo: Vyborg Shipyard

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