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How tugs are born

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Oleg Kuleshov's blog published a photo report on the Nevsky Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant, located in Shlisselburg. Provides information about the construction at the company of the latest domestic rescue tugs of the project MPSV12. These are tugs developed at the SPb-Design Marine Engineering Bureau. The series consists of 4 tugs ordered by the Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.


Ships of such a project can be used both for rescue duty in the areas of navigation and for patrolling various water areas. They are planned to be used in areas of oil and gas fields. Given the equipment of tugboats, they can be used to extinguish fuel burning on the surface of the water and eliminate spills of petroleum products.

Photos of Blog Oleg Kuleshov.
Housing workshop with a magnetic crane:

Guillotine for cutting metal:


Messer gas cutting machine:


Prepared tug parts:


Bottom section of the future tug:


U-shaped section:


Formation of the hull of the rescue tug "Beysug" for the Novorossiysk branch of the Marine Rescue Service:


Screw blades:


Rescue tug "Kalas":
Photos used:
http://kuleshovoleg.ru
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  1. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 6 February 2017 15: 00
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    "planned to be applied in oil and gas fields." For some reason, I’m not surprised? Because we have industry and keeps them. Who pays, that girl and dances.
  2. san4es
    san4es 6 February 2017 15: 10
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    There are movements - it pleases. Similar vessels used to be bought mainly from the Scandinavians. Kalas, as you can see, has a closed tank deck
  3. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 6 February 2017 15: 29
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    Quote: san4es
    There are movements - it pleases. Similar vessels used to be bought mainly from the Scandinavians. Kalas, as you can see, has a closed tank deck

    Yes, and two bow thrusters in the bow are also quite good. In place it can turn around!
  4. APASUS
    APASUS 6 February 2017 20: 59
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    I look at the photos of the Finnish welder Kemppi using, I have been working with the machine since 89