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03.01.13 12:23
Brief totals of Marine Engineering Bureau 2012 work: 43 new vessels were built


2012 will go down in the history of the Marine Engineering Bureau:
 
• as a "record" year by the number (put into operation 43 ships built under Bureau projects) and by deadweight of built vessels (206000 tons);
• as a "Russian" year, when Russian shipyards put into operation 28 vessels (65%) built under Bureau projects;
• as a "tanker" year, during which 17 river - sea going oil tankers of RST27, RST25, RST22M projects began to operate;
• as a year in which the building of a unique 4MWt salvage vessel of MPSV07 prj. "Spasatel Karev" with ice class Arc 5 was completed. For the present she is the largest and most complicated ship built by the budget funds due to Federal Program for the Development of Transport System of Russia (2010 - 2015);
• as a year in which the first from 1959 comfortable Russian river cruise vessel "Aleksandr Green" of PV08 project appeared. It was practically proved that cruise ships can be built by Russian shipyards;
• as a year of completion of the series of dry cargo vessels of RSD44 and DCV36 projects (with 10 vessels in the series) and entering into market the new series of RSD49 project.
 
There were built:
 
• 14 tankers of RST27 project (nine ones at "Krasnoe Sormovo" Shipyard and five ones at Oka Shipyard. The ninth "Krasnoe Sormovo" Shipyard tanker is a chemical tanker);
• 6 sea-going multipurpose dry-cargo vessels of DCV36 project;
• 1 multifunctional 4MWt salvage vessel of unrestricted navigation area of MPSV07 project with high ice class Arc 5;
• 1 river cruise passenger ship for 112 passengers with class "M" of PV08 project;
• 3 shallow-draught multi-function tugs for Caspian Sea of TG05 project;
• 3 river icebreaking tugs of TG04M ptoject;
• 2 supply vessels for Kamchatka of DCV47 project;
• 1 sea-going diving vessel of SDS08 project;
• 2 tankers of RST25 project;
• 1 tanker of RST22M project;
• 2 multipurpose dry-cargo vessels of RSD49 project;
• 2 multipurpose mouth dry-cargo vessels of RSD44 project with reduced air draught;
• 1 multipurpose dry-cargo vessel of RSD18 project;
• 1 train ferry of CNF10 project;
• 1 livestock carrier of LSC04 project;
• 2 non-self-propelled dry-cargo vessels of DCB23 project.
 
Vessels were built at:
 
• Russian shipyards, as follows: 16 tankers, 4 dry-cargo vessels, 3 tugs, 1 salvage one, 1 marine diving vessel, 2 supply vessels and 1 passenger vessel (28 vessels in total );
• Chinese shipyards, as follows: 7 dry-cargo vessels and 3 multi-function tugs;
• Turkish shipyards, as follows: 1 tanker, 1 livestock carrier and 1 ferry);
• Lithuanian shipyards, as follows: 2 dry-cargo barges.
 
Completing after launching:
 
• 2 multifunction 4MWt salvage vessels of MPSV07 project with high ice class;
• 1 tanker of RST22M project;
• 3 tankers of RST25 project;
• 2 tankers of RST27 project;
• 3 multipurpose dry-cargo vessels of RSD18 project;
• 1 multipurpose dry-cargo vessel of RSD49 project.