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02.08.21 21:54
Two shallow single-hold heavy bulk barges "Pola 1" and "Pola 2" of DCB24 project with 6,985 tonnes deadweight received RMRS class

Two shallow single-hulled barges "Pola 1" and "Pola 2" for transportation of heavy bulk cargoes with deadweight 6985 tons each of DCB24 project (building numbers 1905, 1906) reclassified to Russian Maritime Register of Shipping class K R3.
The DCB24 project barges are built at Nantong Chang Qing Sha Shipyard (China).
The DCB24 project is a seaworthy non-self-propelled bilge vessel with a single cargo hold, with transom bow and stern ends.
Main dimensions of the DCB24 project dry cargo barge:
Length overall - 123.80 m;
Length - 123.60 m;
Breadth overall - 24.20 m;
Breadth - 24.00 m;
Depth - 5.00 m;
Draught - 2.90 m.
A 72 m long, 12.0 m wide, 5.227 cubic metre capacity "box" cargo hold, closed with sliding hatch closures.
The intensity of the distributed load on the second bottom is 10.0 tonnes per square metre. The height of the double bottom in the area of the cargo hold is 1000 mm. The width of the double sides is 6000 mm.
Deadweight at 2.90 m draft (in river) - 6777 tons.
Deadweight with 2.90 m draft (at sea) - 6.985 tonnes.
The vessel has 7 main watertight bulkheads dividing the hull into 8 impermeable compartments. The deck, bottom and second bottom in the cargo area are of the longitudinal set system, the outboard, second side and extremities are of the transverse set system. The transverse spacing is 600 mm. The longitudinal set spacing is 430-500 mm.
There is a 50 kW diesel generator (for opening - closing the hatch covers and the windlass).
There is a 50 kW diesel generator (for opening - closing the hatch covers and the windlass).
The DCB24 project vessel is equipped with two bow anchors of 1195 kg each.
The keel of the lead vessel "Pola 1" (construction number 1905) was laid down on 28.09.2020. Launched on 30.01.2021. Put into service on 12.04.2021.
The keel of the second vessel "Pola 2" (construction number 1906) was laid down on 28.09.2020. Launched on 30.03.2021. Put into service on 16.04.2021.