Diesel-electric icebreaker "Ob" transferred to the customer

The diesel-electric port icebreaker "Ob" was put into operation and transferred to the customer. The flag-raising ceremony was held in Murmansk on November 5 this year. This was reported by the press service of the FSUE Atomflot.


Diesel-electric icebreaker "Ob" transferred to the customer


The construction of the Ob icebreaker was carried out at the Vyborg Shipyard. This icebreaker was built as part of a project to create a port icebreaker fleet and is designed to work in the port of Sabetta. In addition to it, tugs Pur, Tambey, Nadym and Yuribey were built as part of this project. On November 7, the ship departed from Murmansk in the direction of the future workplace.

The diesel port icebreaker "Ob" with a capacity of about 12 MW was laid on September 27 of 2016 of the year as part of the Yamal LNG project. Launched on 21 June 2018 year. The length of the vessel is 89,2 m, breadth - 21,9 m, draft - 7,5 m. The purpose of this type of icebreakers is to work in ports and coastal areas. The technical design of the icebreaker was developed by the Finnish design bureau Aker Arctic Technology Inc. Working design documentation was prepared by the Central Design Bureau "Balsudoproekt" with the participation of JSC "Design Bureau" Vympel ".

The greatest efficiency of the icebreaker is achieved when the ice thickness is not more than 1,5 meters at a speed of 2 knots, can also develop the speed of 4 knots in broken ice up to 5 meters thick. Four independent azimuthal propulsion systems with an electric traction type drive are installed on the icebreaker, located in pairs in the fore and aft parts of the icebreaker, which allows the vessel to move in the ice both fore and aft. The power of each azipode is 3 MW. The crew of the icebreaker 19 people.
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  1. rich 8 November 2019 14: 33 New
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    The icebreaker's technical design was developed by the Finnish design bureau Aker Arctic Technology Inc

    half of our icebreaker fleet has Finnish roots
    1. asv363 8 November 2019 14: 38 New
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      Maybe. Nuclear-powered icebreakers are all ours.
    2. Kerensky 8 November 2019 14: 39 New
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      half of our icebreaker fleet has Finnish roots

      Well, the dock was Swedish. But for the port icebreaker the ice is 5 meters, albeit broken ...
      1. rich 8 November 2019 14: 52 New
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        asv363 (Sergey Vyacheslavovich):Maybe. Nuclear-powered icebreakers are all ours

        For the sake of objectivity, this is not entirely true:
        According to Atomflot, there are currently four operating nuclear icebreakers in Russia. Two vessels of the Arctic type: Yamal (built in 1992) and 50 years of Victory (built in 2007). And two atomic icebreakers of the Taimyr type: Taimyr (built in 1989) and Vaigach (commissioned in 1990).
        AL Taimyr and Vaigach were built in cooperation with the Finnish company Vyartsilya Marine (Wartsila Marine).
        The Finnish shipyard was responsible for the manufacture of hulls. A nuclear power plant based on the KLT-40M reactor was mounted on ships at the Baltic Shipyard in Leningrad.
        1. Dikson 8 November 2019 15: 51 New
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          Vyartsilya made a lot of ships for the USSR .. And icebreakers ..
        2. Orkraider 8 November 2019 21: 07 New
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          hi
          According to Atomflot, there are currently four operating nuclear icebreakers in Russia

          But what about the nuclear lighter carrier container ship Sevmorput?
          As far as I heard in the ranks.
          1. Alex013 9 November 2019 11: 22 New
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            They wanted to decommission, but still the mind won, modernized. Unique ship.
            As they wrote - “On August 26, 2019, a lighter carrier first got into Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to load fish products for delivery along the Northern Sea Route to St. Petersburg. Negotiations are underway to organize regular operation of a lighter carrier on this line”
    3. Civil 8 November 2019 14: 49 New
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      I went to help merchants sell oil and gas from Yamal to the West ..
    4. K-612-O 8 November 2019 15: 13 New
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      Correction, only half of the diesels. The rest were designed with us, the cooperation on the manufacture of copuses was, but minimal. Plus Finnish shipyards have long been ours.
      1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 22: 22 New
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        "Plus Finnish shipyards have long been ours."[i] [/ i]
        When is "long" and how "ours" are?
        1. g1v2 9 November 2019 00: 57 New
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          The Helsinki shipyards belonged to our state osk, but she recently sold them to the Russian owners, having bought the Nevsky Shipyard in exchange.
    5. Piramidon 8 November 2019 16: 46 New
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      Quote: Rich
      half of our icebreaker fleet has Finnish roots

      You forgot about icebreakers with a nuclear reactor. But they have little relation to the Finns. For this you are also minus. Yes, the Finns built buildings, but this does not mean that it was not available to ours. It’s just that there were not enough shipyards. And they could have done without them. Which is now being confirmed. We build without Finns, as you see.
      1. rich 8 November 2019 16: 55 New
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        Seriously?
        But is AL Taimyr and AL Vaigach walking on firewood? And the buildings for them, in your opinion, were built in Tajikistan?
        1. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 04 New
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          Quote: Rich
          Seriously?
          But is AL Taimyr and AL Vaigach walking on firewood? And the buildings for them, in your opinion, were built in Tajikistan

          Just as seriously. Both Taimyr and Vaigach (only their buildings) were built in Finland during the Soviet era, when we had friendly relations with the Finns. You still remember the cruiser "Varyag" American-built. I say that now Russian shipyards without Finnish help are able to build non-frail icebreakers. hi
          1. rich 8 November 2019 17: 22 New
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            Piramidon (Stepan. Russia): You forgot about icebreakers with a nuclear reactor
            Piramidon (Stepan. Russia): Both Taimyr and Vaigach (only their buildings) were built in Finland during the Soviet era, when we had friendly relations with the Finns. You still remember the cruiser "Varyag" American-built. I say that now Russian shipyards without Finnish help are able to build non-frail icebreakers.

            The argument did not ride.
            In your opinion, it turns out that if two of the four ALs available to Russia were built in Finland during the Soviet era, then they are no longer considered AL, since now Russian shipyards without Finnish help are able to build non-frail icebreakers.
            Now in the text:
            1. Nobody argues with you that now Russian shipyards without Finnish help are able to build non-frail icebreakers.
            2. I wrote that half of our icebreakers have a “Finnish mark” and cited evidence. Try to refute them and not stupidly minus
            1. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 32 New
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              Quote: Rich
              In your opinion, it turns out that if two of the four ALs available to Russia were built in Finland during the Soviet era, then they are no longer considered AL

              Cool jerked. In my opinion, this is not so. Do not give out your speculation for my comments.
              1. rich 8 November 2019 17: 54 New
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                But then how do you command me to understand?
                Piramidon: You forgot about icebreakers with a nuclear reactor. And they have little relation to the Finns. For this you are also minus.

                Rich: But is AL Taimyr and AL Vaigach walking on firewood? And the buildings for them, in your opinion, were built in Tajikistan

                Piramidon:They were built in Finland during the Soviet era, when we had friendly relations with the Finns. Do you still remember the American-built Varyag cruiser

                You can put cons and shout "Urya!" as much as you like but half of the AL of Russia (two of four) the existing ones are built with Finnish participation

                And most importantly, with whose participation they were not built, these are icebreakers of Russia
    6. Berkut24 8 November 2019 17: 24 New
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      half of our icebreaker fleet has Finnish roots

      We ourselves always ordered and built them from the USSR. Recently they had their own shipyard. And now we need them less and less.
      1. rocket757 8 November 2019 18: 47 New
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        And to the Finnish shipbuilders have any complaints ???
        They stood earlier, will build more ... normal cooperation, they have never had any different Olandis.
        1. Berkut24 8 November 2019 19: 43 New
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          Sanctions began to be introduced against us, the last Finnish icebreaker handed over to us was worth sanctions and the shipyard itself. Americans will never put up with the NSR and will put pressure on everything that is being built abroad, including all components. So now we ourselves, maybe it’s for the better. Previously, the plant in Vyborg was engaged in “pounding”, but now it has good orders, production is growing.
          And the dates themselves joined the sanctions against us. Let them chew their Valio now.
          1. rocket757 8 November 2019 19: 48 New
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            Quote: Berkut24
            And the dates themselves joined the sanctions against us. Now let your Valio.

            The herd feeling and everyone want to be friends with minke whales.
            But there is a silver lining, our shipbuilders have a lot of work for a long time.
    7. boss 8 November 2019 23: 12 New
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      yeah, and we, eventually Aryans, proto-Indo-Europeans, hominids and chimpanzees)
      by what percentage does Russia now have a more powerful icebreaker, including the nuclear fleet ?!
      and if some of them were made in Finnish shipyards, then they got the technology and freed up the power of their stocks.
      instead of digital yards, they received excellent vessels, the use of which is much more effective than money.
      or do you think differently?
      I am a fan of the theory of a more functional than monetary stimulation of the economy
  2. Retvizan 8 8 November 2019 14: 45 New
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    Hooray!
    As a resident of the City on the Ob (Novosibirsk) in the double is nice!))
  3. Nycomed 8 November 2019 14: 46 New
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    The right vessel, if you seriously took up LNG in those latitudes.
    1. Lelek 8 November 2019 15: 58 New
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      Quote: Nycomed
      The right vessel, if you seriously took up LNG in those latitudes.

      hi
      Not only this. The arrangement of the "north" was actively carried out in the USSR, and with the beginning of the 90s it almost ceased, military bases and many cities and towns turned into ghosts (Father Kildin, Gremikha, Father Vitte, NZ, ZFI, Chukotka, ..... .). Due to the fact that the goat-bearded SEM began to lick its lips on OUR NSR, it is necessary to restore the structure of the "north", and this cannot be done without an icebreaking fleet of different ranks. yes
      1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 16: 15 New
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        After the "arrangement" of the times of the USSR, the "Augean stables" remained there, there is so much garbage left from that time, although they have been taken out for several years. And the gas fields of Yamal were explored back in the 70-80s. Who prevented the commies from starting their operation? And those villages that were there made the impression of African slums, only covered with snow. And there is no need to “restore” there, for there was nothing more or less normal there that would have been worth the “restore”, but to rebuild. What is now being done.
        1. Lelek 8 November 2019 16: 20 New
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          Quote: Nycomed
          And there is no need to “restore” there, for there was nothing more or less normal there that would have been worth the “restore”, but to rebuild.

          hi
          With two hands - FOR. I gave the “north” 7 years of life and work, I love and worry about it.
        2. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 21 New
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          Quote: Nycomed
          Who prevented the commies from starting their operation?

          But nothing that the country was recovering from the bloodiest war in its history? When it was not enough money, there were not enough elementary working hands for everything. However, you, “Nycomed”, do not care much, the main thing for you is to dump more shit on the fan against MY country. From what country you scatter this shit, I guess. negative Local forum users also feel the operation of your fertilizer machine
          1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 17: 26 New
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            "there weren’t enough elementary working hands."
            Is it in the 70-80s? And now suddenly an excess of labor? The commies did not have enough brains. That's all. And we have one country. And about the fan and feces, this is at a different address.
            1. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 40 New
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              Quote: Nycomed
              "there weren’t enough elementary working hands."
              It in the 70-80s years? And now suddenly an excess of workers? The commies did not have enough brains. That's all. And we have one country. And about the fan and feces, this is at a different address.

              You really pretend to be fool or really like that? Just at that time, they began developing these deposits.
              1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 17: 55 New
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                Industrial development of gas fields in the Yamal Peninsula began in the 2000s. Do not confuse Urenga and Yamburg geographically with the Yamal Peninsula. The fact that this is all located on the territory of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is administrative-territorial. However, why should I argue with you? Have you been there
                1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 22: 45 New
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                  Even now, from my memory, I can name the offices that were involved in oil and gas exploration there in those years: the Yamalneftegazgeologiya Production Association, these are Karskaya, Yamalskaya, Tambeyskya, Tazovskaya and Gydanskaya OGE. And PO Purneftegazgeologiya, these are Krasnoselkupskaya, Tolkinskaya, Tarko-Salinskaya and Yuzhno-Tarko-Salinskaya NGGE. And here you are, like a peacock, by golly, before me, you open your tail. Have you ever been there yourself? I don’t ask about work anymore. I should be ashamed, young man. hi yes
          2. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 27 New
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            Quote: Piramidon
            Local forum users also feel the operation of your fertilizer machine

            So many “minuses” are already either masochism or Svidomo trolling.

            1. Nycomed 8 November 2019 22: 32 New
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              You thought to offend me, showing me a picture of a fan? How funny you are, by golly! yes good tongue tongue laughing laughing lol love smile
              I just asked you: YOU, personally YOU, have been to Yamal? And worked there? Answer essentially: "Yes," yes, "No," no. and that’s it. And here, the fan ... Don’t you laugh at yourself?
  4. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 10 New
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    Four independent icebreakers installed azimuthal propulsiveinstallations with an electric drive of traction type, located in pairs in the fore and aft parts of the icebreaker, which allows the vessel to move in the ice with both bow and stern. Power of each azipodais 3 MW

    Maybe this is clear to the sailors, but for me, excuse me - "filkin letter" request
    1. Golovan Jack 8 November 2019 17: 23 New
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      Quote: Piramidon
      for me, excuse me - "filkin letter"

      Google:

      Azipod (spelling Cyrillic rarely Azipod, from the English azimuth - azimuth, polar angle and pod - pod, capsule, engine nacelle) is a brand of the ABB Group company, under which ship traction controlled propulsion systems (screw-steering columns - VRK) are produced. Originally designed in Finland at the Wärtsilä shipyard

      1. Piramidon 8 November 2019 17: 33 New
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        Thanks for the educational program. hi