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In Vladivostok, laid a small tanker "Boris Averkin"

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A laying ceremony for the Russian Navy small marine tanker Boris Averkin was held at the JSC “Eastern Shipyard” in Vladivostok, reports www.korabli.eu.


In Vladivostok, laid a small tanker "Boris Averkin"


This is the second ship under construction of the project 03182 (code “Platform-Arctic”). The project developer is Zelenodolsk Design Bureau JSC.

Contract for the construction of two small marine tankers of project 03182 for the Pacific fleet was signed in September 2014. The lead ship Mikhail Barskov was officially laid down in October 2015.



The small sea tanker of the 03182 project is designed as a “multipurpose platform of a reinforced ice class vessel to provide the concept of Arctic ships for transporting liquid and dry cargo, discharge cargo and people with the ability to receive helicopters (including unmanned aerial vehicles) and perform rescue operations stated in the material.

The total displacement of the tanker - 3500 tons, deadweight - 1560 tons. The length is 78,8 meters, the width is 15,4 meters, the maximum draft is 4,9 meters. Sailing range is 1500 miles, autonomy is 30 days, crew is 24 person.



Seaworthiness of the tanker is up to 9 points inclusive. The power of the main power plant is 3x1600 kW. Power auxiliary power plant - 2x400 kW.
Photos used:
nevskii-bastion.ru, www.korabli.eu
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  1. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 8 February 2018 15: 00
    +7
    I was glad that for the Navy.
    1. avt
      avt 8 February 2018 15: 02
      +5
      Zer Gut! good In such an area as the Far East, with its space, without solid auxiliary universals, it is hard to work hard.
      1. Giant thought
        Giant thought 8 February 2018 15: 19
        0
        All the same, if he is of the ice class, then he will also work along the Northern Sea Route while warships pass through it.
        1. Brylevsky
          Brylevsky 9 February 2018 01: 12
          +1
          Of course, the ice class (by the way, which one?), Makes it possible for the vessel to pass through the NSR, you are right. But I don’t think that they will drive him there: his deadweight is not big, he won’t take much cargo. It is economically more profitable to use ordinary civil ships there, which is being done. I think there will be work for him in the Kuril Islands and Kamchatka: supplying border outposts and distant garrisons.
      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 8 February 2018 23: 58
        +5
        Quote: avt
        Zer Gut! good In such an area as the Far East, with its space, without solid auxiliary universals, it is hard to work hard.

        But we wouldn’t need them 2 or 4 sides, but we need more. But the main thing is that things have gone and, God forbid, will not fade away in a small series.
  2. I doubt it
    I doubt it 8 February 2018 15: 14
    +3
    Well, of course, small ...
    Why do we need a big ...
    We now have only Raptor, Grachat, pushers, but tugs are laying ....
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 8 February 2018 15: 22
      +8
      Quote: I doubt it
      Well, of course, small ...
      Why do we need a big ...

      Indeed, why big for the Russian Pacific Fleet, the Navy generally does not transport oil, the civilian tanker fleet is engaged in this. soldier
  3. seos
    seos 8 February 2018 15: 17
    +2
    Appearance depressing ...
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 8 February 2018 15: 28
      +10
      Why? Opposite the world trend with an arctic nose.
      1. Brylevsky
        Brylevsky 8 February 2018 16: 22
        +1
        This is one of the Bourbons. Its stem is cunning: a bulb is visible, and at the same time, a pronounced icebreaking profile. When such an “off-shore” is in clean water, he uses a bulb; if you have to force the ice field, the steamer trim on the nose, and the ice breaking stem breaks the ice ... I think so.
      2. Archivist Vasya
        Archivist Vasya 8 February 2018 16: 53
        +1
        But still, why would he need such a wonderful nose if he wouldn’t walk in the Arctic zone ... Only to make it easier to wade through curtains through the waves?
    2. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 8 February 2018 16: 30
      +4
      A ship is, first of all, an instrument ... its appearance is subordinate to the functional. Everything is just for business, nothing more.
    3. - = ANTRAX = -
      - = ANTRAX = - 8 February 2018 17: 20
      +2
      normal appearance. most likely, the news itself depresses you.
  4. donavi49
    donavi49 8 February 2018 15: 37
    +8
    An extremely well-arranged small auxiliary. Two of these are being built in Nizhny.


    In addition to the tanker component (separate tanks for different types of fuel, fresh water). It can carry out environmental cleaning of the water area (collecting oil spills, wastewater, dry garbage).

    Also well suited to supply remote posts. It can take up to 20 people for transportation in the Arctic zone, as well as 4x20 pound containers or any other securing cargo on a designated area (pallets with barrels, oversized items, trucks / snowmobiles) - while loading and unloading is carried out using our own means (ship crane), then There is no port infrastructure required.

    There is a slot for a large boat or hover. Plus, the reception of a helicopter with a dedicated small additional tank for jet fuel.
  5. Sergeant71
    Sergeant71 8 February 2018 16: 12
    +2
    The nose of some animal resembles wassat I can’t just understand which winked
    1. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 8 February 2018 16: 27
      +2
      There are good salaries for the crew. The captain and the old man have about $ 15000 a month ... One and a half to two months there, one and a half to two at home ... and money continues to be paid. This is called a "permanent contract" ... I wouldn’t refuse to work on such a "beast" ... just to get there to a mere mortal is not realistic.
      1. kig
        kig 11 February 2018 12: 38
        0
        Just do not forget to add that such salaries are not in the Navy, but on the so-called off shore vessels. But this is not the offshore in which our Abramovich’s money is hidden, but offshore oil and gas production and the ships serving it.
        1. Brylevsky
          Brylevsky 11 February 2018 12: 48
          0
          Man, I know all this. The sailor himself.
          1. kig
            kig 12 February 2018 12: 01
            0
            I am sure that not everyone knows. They will tumble down in droves, will be disappointed, and then they will come to you ...
    2. Dedall
      Dedall 9 February 2018 20: 19
      +1
      Sergeant71I thought so too. And he reminded me of the muzzle of a guinea pig. Again, "marine" in the title brings together.
  6. Archivist Vasya
    Archivist Vasya 8 February 2018 16: 50
    0
    I still can’t get used to the crooked nose without a fence, they explained to me of course why to do this, but it still looks strange.
    1. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 9 February 2018 08: 06
      0
      This is subjective. It is more convenient to work on the deck of a closed tank: it does not blow, it does not flood ... from the ice, again, deck mechanisms do not need to be chipped. You can go out to a mooring in winter not "in a hundred clothes", but something easier to put on ... and in the summer the Sun will not fry ... solid pluses. Of the minuses, only one comes to mind: when the tank is closed, it is inconvenient to throw or catch the throw. But the above mentioned advantages outweigh this disadvantage.
      1. Archivist Vasya
        Archivist Vasya 9 February 2018 12: 09
        0
        I agree in general)) another minus - open spaces are not convenient to view sad
  7. cormorant
    cormorant 8 February 2018 19: 11
    +1
    Strange seaworthiness restrictions of 9 points for the Pacific Fleet. And I don’t see a tanker here. Maybe a supply vessel, but not a tanker. With the same success, any tugboat can be called a tanker ...
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 8 February 2018 19: 51
      +2
      But most of all it interferes with fuel and liquid cargo = tanker. In a typical proposed embodiment from ZPKB:
      naval fuel oil - 200 tons
      dt - 400 tons
      fresh water - 500 tons
      sewage and polluted water - 100 tons
      oil-contaminated water - 100 tons

      This is the composition of the tanks in the base offer. But maybe it was changed for the Moscow Region or each fleet (Pacific Fleet / SF).
      1. cormorant
        cormorant 9 February 2018 02: 16
        0
        naval fuel oil - 200 tons
        It’s nothing at all. A large vessel, in full swing, will gobble up a little more than a day ...
        1. Brylevsky
          Brylevsky 9 February 2018 08: 22
          0
          Well, this is not a commercial tanker. If you need to bunker a container ship with a daily consumption of fuel oil of 150 tons, you are welcome to Vladivostok or Nakhodka, to oil depots. Another bunker can approach himself on an external raid. The warrior has his own normal expeditionary tanker Boris Butoma, while his capabilities are enough. But with the supply of distant "points" a problem. I think that’s why they build it. This is indirectly confirmed by the fact that he takes twice as much diesel fuel as fuel oil. Diesel fuel - for diesel engines of military equipment ... and fuel oil for boiler rooms. No one will bunker warships from it in the open sea, it can only in emergency cases. Interestingly, he has all the cargo tanks warming up? If so, then fuel oil can be poured into DT tanks ... only hemorrhoids will then be donkermans and the old man with their cleaning ...
  8. Lexus
    Lexus 8 February 2018 22: 55
    +1
    deadweight - 1560 tons ... Cruising range - 1500 miles, autonomy - 30 days

    Somehow somehow. If only island bases or their own, Zelenodolsk, RTOs refuel. But for these purposes an integrated supply vessel in the same dimensions would be more suitable.
  9. Vladivostok1969
    Vladivostok1969 9 February 2018 02: 09
    +1
    Once upon a time, one and a half dozen ships of the Baskunchak type operated in the Nakhodka Maritime Shipping Company. Tankers of reinforced ice class. They were mainly used to carry out the northern delivery. The carrying capacity was 1500 tons. We went to the mouths of the Kolyma, Lena and went further upstream. At the entrance to their mouth they were waiting for a tanker larger than the Samotlor. So they worked all summer. It was a long time ago.
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 9 February 2018 02: 34
      0
      Yes, it was a long time ago, there are enough tankers now, only the old stuff, and there’s almost nothing to supply fuel, most of the fishermen were cut into nails, the rest breathe, they don’t build new ones, most of the warships in the golden horn. Sadness is sadness.
    2. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 9 February 2018 08: 30
      0
      There were times wink Yes, I myself, in 2003, transported diesel fuel for the warriors in the Kuril Islands on a tanker of the Okhaneft type. He took 5000 tons, "sat" not deeply, but, nevertheless, he could not get anywhere. And this kid is smaller ... that means he can climb further.
  10. Brylevsky
    Brylevsky 9 February 2018 08: 44
    +2
    Quote: Lyton
    in the golden horn most warships.

    The Golden Horn of warships is a minority. Of the active ships, only the "court brigade" near the "Pentagon", as usual, is standing. All the other half-dead warriors stand in the Dalzavod area (which is already dead), plus a separate auxiliary fleet brigade and military hydrography. Previously, “RIMSKO” lived in that area, diluted the gray military paint with its “orange” sides. On the opposite bank there are normal steamboats, all in business. Well, except for the "border guards" in the area of ​​the Fishing Port ... Well, the piers of the Commercial Port, it’s the same Golden Horn ... As for the rest, you are right. In 2004-2008, we bunkered our fishermen in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and in the Chilean and Peruvian fishing zones. How are things now, I don’t know.
    1. Vladivostok1969
      Vladivostok1969 9 February 2018 09: 54
      +1
      Previously, Vladivostok was called "City of stones, damn it ... and capless." There were only stones and a pancake ... and.
    2. Lyton
      Lyton 10 February 2018 15: 25
      0
      You are a little behind your life, everything dies here, you remembered the year 08, oranges belong to Alik to be more correct, at the time, again, make the fortress closed from the city, but only earlier in this base the fishermen were only aft or the second side in the base, and now it’s expanse , there wasn’t enough space, there were no ships, the Soviet Union was bad, now we are building a tanker, this week the commission arrived from thirty to set up a mask, to remove competitors, so all the tankers, even with the broken main ones, escaped to a quiet port, the circus and nothing more.