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Research vessel of the project 20183 "Academician Alexandrov" transferred to the Russian Navy

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Research vessel of the project 20183 "Academician Alexandrov" transferred to the Russian Navy

Oceanographic research vessel of the project 20183 "Academician Aleksandrov", built at the Zvezdochka ship repair center, was transferred to the Russian Navy. The ceremony was held in Severodvinsk in early March 2020, the bmpd blog reports citing the press service of SMM CJSC (St. Petersburg), which installed crane equipment on the vessel.


Note that the open sources of information on the commissioning of the OIC Akademik Aleksandrov did not go through, although it was previously reported that the vessel was completely ready and its transfer to the Russian Navy will take place at the end of February 2020. According to several sources, the acceptance certificate was signed on January 23. It is possible that the ship was transferred the fleet without extra pump due to coronavirus.

The vessel Akademik Alexandrov was laid in the center of the ship repair Zvezdochka in December 2012 of the year and is the third in a series of four special purpose vessels of the new generation designed on the basis of the project of an auxiliary vessel of the 20180 project. Vessel displacement - 5400 tons, speed - 14 knots, crew - 65 people. On the "Akademik Aleksandrov" a landing pad is provided for one Ka-27 multi-purpose helicopter. The Arc-5 ice class of the ship allows independent navigation in annual Arctic ice with a thickness of up to 0,8 m in winter-spring navigation and up to 1 m in summer-autumn. Navigation area is not limited.

"Academician Alexandrov" is classified as an oceanographic research vessel and is described as "a multipurpose ice-class multipurpose vessel designed for research and scientific work on the shelf of the Arctic seas, ensuring the operation of marine Arctic technology, rescue operations in the Arctic."

The ship was named in honor of Anatoly Petrovich Alexandrov - an outstanding domestic physicist, one of the fathers of the domestic nuclear submarine fleet.
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  1. Victor_B
    Victor_B April 12 2020 07: 26 New
    +5
    Again our "probable friends" will moan that the GUGI will cut all their cables!
    We are peaceful people, but our ... clack-clack stands in the right place!
    Fershteyn?
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee April 12 2020 07: 29 New
      17
      It is always nice when a new steamer comes into operation!
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      2. Spartanez300
        Spartanez300 April 12 2020 08: 09 New
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        A beautiful modern ship, and most importantly, is important for research and scientific work! Seven feet under the keel and productive work for the ship and crew!
        1. Spartanez300
          Spartanez300 April 12 2020 08: 19 New
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          OIS "Akademik Aleksandrov" is a multipurpose vessel of reinforced ice class. It is designed to conduct research and scientific work on the shelf of the Arctic seas, to ensure the operation of Arctic marine equipment, and rescue operations in the Arctic. Able to monitor the areas of fleet activity, test areas, locations of potentially dangerous bottom objects, areas of economic activity, install bottom navigation, control and measuring and other equipment in them. The dual purpose of the vessel allows search and rescue operations, dredging, towing , installation and reloading of military and special equipment, inspection and recovery of sunken marine equipment, including objects posing a potential or actual environmental hazard. Main technical characteristics: displacement - 5800 tons; crew - 70 people, speed - up to 14 knots. The vessel is equipped with a cargo hold, heavy-duty and auxiliary cranes, a dynamic positioning system, a helipad for occasional reception of helicopters. Has a reinforced ice class Arc5.
          1. Motorist
            Motorist April 12 2020 16: 18 New
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            OIS "Akademik Aleksandrov" is a multipurpose vessel of reinforced ice class.

            Actually, it should be ULA.
        2. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A April 12 2020 16: 51 New
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          Quote: Spartanez300
          Beautiful modern ship

          good
          And who, maybe, knows - this thing that closes the front

          Is there a hangar under it or just some kind of service space? Usually there is an open place, some kind of winches, some kind of ship equipment. And here - such a volume - is covered with a "roof".

          It would be interesting for such a handsome man to be like an excursion. Only not with a girl-guide in a sheep herd of tourists, but with someone who serves on it or who built it.
          1. naburkin
            naburkin April 12 2020 20: 27 New
            +3
            Probably under this awning are mooring and anchor devices (windlass, winches, bollards, etc.). For the conditions of the north it would be very convenient. He worked on an icebreaker.
            1. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A April 13 2020 04: 50 New
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              Quote: naburkin
              Probably under this awning are mooring and anchor devices (windlass, winches, bollards, etc.). For the conditions of the north it would be very convenient. He worked on an icebreaker.

              Here, in VO, this ship was already discussed and then it flashed that it was not an awning, but a rather hard coating. They also said that when everything that is possible is covered with ice, this is a very smart decision. So I wanted to ask - what is usually there (in the photographs of other ships, and I saw on the Volga)
              mooring and anchor devices (windlass, winches, bollards, etc.)
              or there, somehow, a fundamentally different space is arranged - there’s how much space is added, but under a rigid roof.
              I myself go to the ships insofar as (along the Volga on "Omik", by motor ship in different years Ulyanovsk, Samara, Volgograd, Astrakhan - does not count). So, natural curiosity. And the places there, judging by the size, even for a gym.
              1. naburkin
                naburkin April 14 2020 17: 01 New
                +1
                A naval awning does not exclude that it is solid. There is no word "roof" in the navy smile
                1. Zoldat_A
                  Zoldat_A April 14 2020 18: 07 New
                  +1
                  Quote: naburkin
                  A naval awning does not exclude that it is solid. There is no word "roof" in the navy

                  I am builder. For me "awning" is soft. A "roof" - single-slope, gable, multi-slope, etc. smile
                  But the thing still came out beautiful - I have not seen such icebreakers before. Some cruise ship with an extreme slope.
                  1. naburkin
                    naburkin April 15 2020 02: 41 New
                    +1
                    That's for sure, beauty. I worked on an icebreaker of Finnish construction (which ava), but this .... this is class. Climb live good
          2. ROSS_51
            ROSS_51 April 13 2020 05: 59 New
            0
            Just a closed tank. Mooring work is carried out through hatches in the sides. In the conditions of the Arctic Ocean, that’s it.
            1. naburkin
              naburkin April 14 2020 17: 05 New
              +1
              Through the bullets in bulwarks. Hatches in the deck. And of course it’s convenient. Not zeimus when the winches and views are covered with ice or it rains with snow.
              1. ROSS_51
                ROSS_51 April 16 2020 01: 08 New
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                Quote: naburkin
                Through the bullets in bulwarks. Hatches in the deck. And of course it’s convenient. Not zeimus when the winches and views are covered with ice or it rains with snow.

                Ok, let's be smart. Then the lapports. You will not be able to accept give / throw through the gateway. This is what I meant.
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    4. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z April 12 2020 08: 56 New
      +2
      Quote: Victor_B
      Again our "probable friends" will moan that the GUGI will cut all their cables!
      We are peaceful people, but our ... Fershteyn?

      It is unlikely to cut the cable, but it will definitely be listening to the underwater environment in the seas and oceans!
      1. Peter is not the first
        Peter is not the first April 12 2020 10: 49 New
        +2
        And most likely not to cut, and not to listen to the underwater situation, but to remove information from underwater cables about which, for example, Dimon iPhone is talking with Trump Odin at Home, and not only them.
        1. cost
          cost April 12 2020 19: 24 New
          +1
          The ship was named in honor of Anatoly Petrovich Alexandrov - an outstanding domestic physicist, one of the fathers of the domestic nuclear submarine fleet.

          Anatoly Petrovich Alexandrov

          He was born on January 31 (February 13), 1903, in the city of Tarashcha, the Kiev province, in the family of the court adviser Pyotr Pavlovich and Ella Eduardovna Alexandrova.
          At 16, he became a cunker, fought with a machine gunner as part of the Wrangel Russian Army, and was awarded three St. George crosses. When evacuating the remnants of the White Guard army from the Crimea, Aleksandrov chose to stay. As an active participant in the white movement, he was sentenced to 2 years of reforging in DmitrovLag.
          Later he worked as an assistant in the Kiev Mining Institute, an electrician, an electrical engineer in the Kiev Physical and Chemical Society under the Political Enlightenment, and as a teacher of a secondary school in the village of Belki, Kiev region. For several years, he combined studies at the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of Kiev University, where he studied from 1924 to 1930, with the teaching of physics and chemistry at 79 schools in Kiev. After graduating from Kiev University (Faculty of Physics, 1930), he worked at the Kiev X-ray (Medical) Institute in the X-ray Physics Department, and then at LFTI, where, together with S. N. Zhurkov and P. P. Kobeko, he developed a statistical theory of strength. Doctoral dissertation - “Relaxation in polymers” (1941).
          From the spring of 1931 until the start of World War II he worked at the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute. M. I. Kalinina, where he became a candidate, and then a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences.
          Before the start of World War II, together with I.V. Kurchatov and V.M. Tuchkevich, he developed a method for protecting ships from magnetic mines (the first tests took place on the battleship Marat in October 1938, the acceptance certificate was signed on June 18, 1941), then successfully used in the Soviet navy (during the defense of Sevastopol, during the blockade of Leningrad, on the Volga in 1942, in the Baltic, in the Northern Fleet) and in civilian ships.
          Already on August 9, 1941 A.P. Aleksandrov and I.V. Kurchatov arrived in Sevastopol to organize work on equipping the ships of the Black Sea Fleet with the "LFTI system", and by the end of October it was installed on more than 50 ships; while Alexandrov and Kurchatov continued research on its improvement.
          Since 1943, Alexandrov participated in the creation of atomic weapons. He became the deputy of I.V. Kurchatov in Laboratory No. 2 of the USSR Academy of Sciences (which later became known as the I.V. Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy).
          In 1946–1955 he was director of the Institute of Physical Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (he was appointed instead of the disgraced P.L. Kapitsa).
          In 1951, it was Aleksandrov, at a meeting with Kurchatov, who decided on the possibility of applying the changes proposed by B. G. Dubovsky to solve problems with the active zone of the AI-1 reactor
          In 1955 he became deputy director of the Institute of Atomic Energy, and after the death of Kurchatov (1960) became its director.
          On the initiative of Aleksandrov and with his participation, ship power plants for the atomic icebreakers "Lenin", "Arctic" and "Siberia" were developed and built. The decision to create a new type of submarine in the USSR in Severodvinsk (Molotovsk), the first submarine in the USSR with a nuclear propulsion system, was made personally by the Chairman of the USSR Government I.V. Stalin.
          It was under the leadership of Aleksandrov that an unprecedentedly short period of time resolved technical, organizational, and production problems during the construction of the USSR’s first nuclear submarine with a nuclear propulsion system. As a result, in 1952-1972, the Sevmash enterprise mastered the production and serial production of submarines with a nuclear propulsion system and became the largest center for nuclear submarine shipbuilding in the USSR and the world. 163 military submarines were built at the Sevmash enterprise, in the 1970s the enterprise produced nuclear submarines of the Shark class (Typhoon), including the largest boat of this type, which was listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
          In 1983, Aleksandrov was awarded the title of honorary citizen of Severodvinsk
          From November 25, 1975 to October 16, 1986 - President of the USSR Academy of Sciences (elected on no alternative basis). Vladimir N. Eremenko recalled how, speaking at a party congress, Aleksandrov “made a very bright and bold speech for those times,” in which, breaking away from the text of the report, he criticized “our government’s order and quality of life”
          In 1966-1989 he was a member of the CPSU Central Committee.
          He died on February 3, 1994. He was buried at Mitinsky cemetery in Moscow.
          The first wife, Antonina Mikhailovna Zolotareva, an employee of LFTI, died in 1947, a son was born in the marriage, and Yuri Anatolyevich Alexandrov was a physicist. The second wife - Marianna Aleksandrovna Balashova (1911-1986); a daughter was born in the marriage, Maria Anatolyevna Alexandrova, a biologist, sons Alexander (in the home circle Ivan) Anatolyevich Alexandrov, a biologist, and Peter, a physicist; nephew - academician E. B. Alexandrov.

          Awards of the USSR and the Russian Federation
          Thrice Hero of Socialist Labor (1954, 1960, 1973)
          9 Orders of Lenin (06.03.1945/29.10.1949/19.09.1953; 04.01.1954/11.09.1956/12.02.1963; 17.09.1975/10.02.1978/11.02.1983; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX; XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX)
          Order of the October Revolution (26.04.1971)
          Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree (11.03.1985/XNUMX/XNUMX)
          Order of the Red Banner of Labor (10.06.1945)
          Medal "For the Defense of Stalingrad" (1945)
          Medal "For the Defense of Sevastopol" (1945)
          Lenin Prize (as part of a group, for 1959) - in the field of military science and military equipment
          Stalin Prize (1942, 1949, 1951, 1953)
          USSR State Prize (1984)
          Certificate of Honor of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation (1993) [23]
          Gold Medal named after I.V. Kurchatov (1968) - on the totality of work in the field of nuclear energy
          Grand Gold Medal named after M.V. Lomonosov (1978) - for outstanding achievements in the field of atomic science and technology
          A.F. Ioffe Prize (1980) - for a series of studies on the physical nature of the mechanical and electrical properties of solids and nuclear energy
          XXXVIII Mendeleev's Reader - February 4, 1982
          anniversary and commemorative medals
          Awards of the Russian Army Wrangel
          St. George Cross 2nd degree
          St. George Cross 3nd degree
          St. George Cross 4nd degree
          Foreign awards
          Order of Suche-Bator (Mongolia, 1982)
          Karpinsky Prize (Germany, 1984)
  2. Thrifty
    Thrifty April 12 2020 07: 31 New
    10
    A beautiful ship, here not to take away, not to add! good
    1. Insurgent
      Insurgent April 12 2020 07: 57 New
      +5
      Quote: Thrifty
      A beautiful ship, here not to take away, not to add!

      New trends in ship architecture yes
      And it looks new, unusual, and functional.



      Photo from KB "Nautik Rus"
      1. Victor_B
        Victor_B April 12 2020 08: 24 New
        +3
        Quote: Insurgent
        New trends in ship architecture
        And it looks new, unusual, and functional.

        The question from the audience is how to chip ice on this
        ship architecture
        ?
        Or will they not go north?
        1. Insurgent
          Insurgent April 12 2020 08: 34 New
          +3
          Quote: Victor_B
          A question from the audience - how to cut off the ice on this " ship architecture"

          Quote: Victor_B
          Or will they not go north?

          Project of the atomic icebreaker "Leader".



          Without enough information, I can only assume that anti-icing materials and anti-icing systems will be used ...
        2. PN
          PN April 12 2020 09: 04 New
          +5
          Quote: Victor_B

          The question from the audience is how to chip ice on this ship architecture.
          ?
          A heating system is provided.
        3. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A April 12 2020 17: 00 New
          0
          Quote: Victor_B
          The question from the audience is how to chip ice on this
          ship architecture
          ?

          Dive under the ice?
          Something KB "Nautik Rus" with 3DMax was too clever and the front part, in my opinion, somewhere along the level of the bridge upside down (or whatever at sea - with a keel?)
          1. ROSS_51
            ROSS_51 April 13 2020 06: 10 New
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            Quote: Zoldat_A

            Something KB "Nautik Rus" with 3DMax was too clever and the front part, in my opinion, somewhere along the level of the bridge upside down (or whatever at sea - with a keel?)

            Are you as an expert shipbuilder expressing your opinion? Or a sailor? Tell me, where will the running (signal) lights be mounted and ignited? Or nafig too?
            1. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A April 13 2020 11: 11 New
              0
              Quote: ROSS_51
              Are you as an expert shipbuilder expressing your opinion? Or a sailor? Tell me, where will the running (signal) lights be mounted and ignited? Or nafig too?

              This is me as a senior sergeant of the Airborne Forces, a builder by training. Therefore, I do not care where the authors of visualization in 3DMax will mount the chassis. Thank God, in the present they found where to fix them. I just have a feeling that some cabinet mount designers even bother me less with some kind of running (signal) ones.
              1. ROSS_51
                ROSS_51 April 13 2020 23: 19 New
                -1
                Quote: Zoldat_A

                This is me as a senior sergeant of the Airborne Forces, a builder by training. Therefore, I do not care where the authors of visualization in 3DMax will mount the chassis. Thank God, in the present they found where to fix them. I just have a feeling that some cabinet mount designers even bother me less with some kind of running (signal) ones.

                What does it have to do with your rank and service in the Airborne Forces? On a citizen, this only matters on August 2.)) This is me, as I also said there.))
                And as a sailor working on an icebreaker of the same type, at the present time I was surprised by your arrow "and this is completely nafig to remove .."))
                1. Zoldat_A
                  Zoldat_A April 14 2020 03: 55 New
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                  Quote: ROSS_51
                  as a sailor working on an icebreaker of the same type, at the present time I was surprised by your arrow "and this is completely nafig to remove .."))

                  I explain to those in the tank.

                  I just laughed at the pseudo-creative flight of thought of would-be designers. You, as a "sailor working on an icebreaker of the same type," should understand that in the visualization program, sitting in an office in Moscow, you can draw any nonsense, which I laughed at in my comment. If it is clear to me, absolutely far from the sea and shipbuilding, that an ICEBREAKER with such a front part (how is it called correctly there?) Cannot exist in principle, then you, as a "sailor working on an icebreaker of the same type at the present time" , it should be all the more obvious.
                  I am not a sailor, but I have studied physics for a long time in my life, and I read the principle of an icebreaker "to put your nose on the ice and break it off" somewhere. And what is in this picture is, rather, adapted to dive under the ice floe. That's why hello to KB "Nautik Rus" with all their crazy graphic designers.

                  Therefore, I do not need to clarify which and where the lights are placed there.
                  And I have seen enough of the "creativity" of would-be designers who have grasped the visualization programs and ABSOLUTELY do not understand the essence of the issue, because I work in the construction business and such "designers"-madmen come to me in batches. Usually they start to hum "I'm an artist, I see it this way ..." after I poke my finger into the most beautiful realistic visualization and ask: "How and from what material are you practically going to build this?" It doesn't even come to technical expertise.

                  And yes. Learn, professional sailor, to understand our, land, healthy sarcasm. Nerves saves. hi
                  Running lights have nowhere to place ... Gee ....
                  1. ROSS_51
                    ROSS_51 April 16 2020 01: 14 New
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                    Quote: Zoldat_A
                    If it is clear to me, absolutely far from the sea and shipbuilding, that an ICEBREAKER with such a front part (how is it called correctly there?) Cannot exist in principle, then you, as a "sailor working on an icebreaker of the same type at the present time" , it should be all the more obvious.
                    I am not a sailor, but I have studied physics for a long time in my life, and I read the principle of an icebreaker "to put your nose on the ice and break it off" somewhere. And what is in this picture is, rather, adapted to dive under the ice floe.

                    Diving .. I will not explain anything. And yes, look around — maybe you are in the tank. Next, just a photo.

                    Quote: Zoldat_A
                    And yes. Learn, professional sailor, to understand our, land, healthy sarcasm. Nerves saves. hi
                    Running lights have nowhere to place ... Gee ....

                    Your sarcasm builder, you mean? Gee-gick on ..
        4. ROSS_51
          ROSS_51 April 13 2020 06: 03 New
          0
          Quote: Victor_B

          The question from the audience is how to chip ice on this
          ship architecture
          ?
          Or will they not go north?

          But no way. There are no waves in the ice. How is icing formed on the ship, I hope you do not need to tell?
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      3. PN
        PN April 12 2020 09: 10 New
        +1
        This is a ship with an inverse bow.
  3. DMB 75
    DMB 75 April 12 2020 07: 38 New
    18
    The oceanographic research vessel of project 20183 "Akademik Aleksandrov", built at the "Zvezdochka" ship repair center, was transferred to the Russian Navy.

    Good news! Seven feet under the keel!

    Anatoly Petrovich Aleksandrov (1903–1994) - Soviet physicist, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences, President of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1953–1975) since 1986. USSR, three times awarded the title of Hero of Socialist Labor, awarded nine Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, the Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree, many medals, among them - "For the Defense of Sevastopol", "For the Defense of Stalingrad", " For the defense of Leningrad "," For the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. " He was awarded the highest award of the USSR Academy of Sciences - the M.V. Lomonosov. Other academic awards include the I.V. Kurchatov and the S.I.Vavilov Gold Medal.
    A.P. Aleksandrov was elected a member of the Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, a member of the Academies of Sciences of Bulgaria, Hungary, India, Mongolia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and was awarded orders and medals of foreign countries.
    Anatoly Petrovich Aleksandrov belongs to a remarkable galaxy of scientists and scientists of Russia, the scale and results of whose work the further, the more will be recognized by society. The huge contribution of Anatoly Petrovich Aleksandrov to the development of scientific and technical potential, strengthening the economy and defense of the country was made possible thanks to the unique combination of the talents of the physicist and organizer of science with the best human qualities - deep decency, selflessness and goodwill, an aggravated sense of responsibility. He was a cheerful and modest man, invariably demanding of himself and his colleagues, a true patriot of the motherland.
  4. akinfeeffr
    akinfeeffr April 12 2020 07: 39 New
    +5
    I agree handsome!
  5. The guard
    The guard April 12 2020 08: 25 New
    -10
    The oceanographic research vessel of project 20183 "Akademik Aleksandrov", built at the "Zvezdochka" ship repair center, was transferred to the Russian Navy.

    Obviously there are a lot of surprises in the bottom .. Are not "Loshariki" mini deep-water submarines of the latest modification?
  6. Talgarets
    Talgarets April 12 2020 08: 29 New
    +5
    Beautiful ship
  7. antivirus
    antivirus April 12 2020 08: 52 New
    +2
    again a spoon ... a bit too much in the house of our kids - everyone needs his own spoon.
    There would be no joy in what was and is.
    All that they do not like.
    Trying Shoigu, trying to please GDP demanding critics.
    5400t VI - not a galosh.
  8. Maas
    Maas April 12 2020 09: 19 New
    -1
    Beautiful ship, you can’t say anything against it!
  9. knn121121
    knn121121 April 12 2020 10: 16 New
    +2
    seven feet under the keel
  10. Fishery
    Fishery April 12 2020 10: 24 New
    +1
    beautiful ship)
  11. Ros 56
    Ros 56 April 12 2020 11: 35 New
    +2
    Beautiful ship, especially like the bow architecture, protected from water and wind.
  12. lucul
    lucul April 12 2020 12: 08 New
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    Displacement - 5400 tons, speed - 14 knots

    Is the speed too small? After all, he walked along the entire northern sea route ....
  13. da Vinci
    da Vinci April 12 2020 12: 52 New
    0
    Question to the experts:
    Why is the ship’s tank closed now? No, that's great, but they didn’t do it before!
    1. Aag
      Aag April 12 2020 15: 24 New
      +1
      I would like to see how the deck crew moored.
      And so, of course, beautiful!
      1. Motorist
        Motorist April 12 2020 16: 24 New
        +1
        Very simple with lap ports.
    2. naburkin
      naburkin April 12 2020 20: 33 New
      +2
      Have you tried to moor or work with anchors in the freezing rain? I worked in due time. So what a cool idea.
    3. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky April 13 2020 03: 13 New
      +1
      I am not a connoisseur, just a sailor, I work as a general cargo oldman. This tank architecture is the inevitable evolution of ships and vessels, operating in low temperatures and damp winds. In conditions of catastrophic icing of the vessel caused by the above reasons, the surface area of ​​frozen ice will be a decisive factor for ensuring stability. A closed tank allows, on the one hand, to slightly reduce such an area due to the fact that all deck equipment (windlass, in the first place. Various tamboos, partitions, cranes, arrows) are simply isolated from the effects of waves and ice wind; on the other hand, a closed tank greatly facilitates the work of the deck crew at low temperatures - “minus” 5 degrees Celsius with a wind of 15 m / s, this is not the same thing if there is no wind. A completely closed tank, of course, is also covered with ice, but ice formation on it will be less than on open to all winds and waves. And for the stability of a small vessel, such as this one, even 50 extra tons will matter.
      1. Dikson
        Dikson April 13 2020 08: 14 New
        0
        Okay, a closed tank ... But the removal of the helipad to the roof, above the navigation bridge .. it’s clear that there is no stern space .. And the pitching amplitude at such a height will affect how much the helicopter can take off and land? the hangar is not there. Is there a freight elevator from the helicopter deck to hold spaces?
  14. Kaetani
    Kaetani April 12 2020 19: 57 New
    0
    It is simply admirable.