The first serial logistics support vessel Vsevolod Bobrov of project 23120 continues to undergo mooring tests at the construction wall of the Severnaya Verf shipyard. This was reported by the press service of the enterprise.
Over the course of April, the autonomous operation of all diesel generators was checked on board, tests of rescue and rescue boats were conducted, and their running and maneuverability were tested. In May, Vsevolod Bobrov plans to complete testing of hydraulic cranes and anchor devices.
At the end of October last year at the Northern Shipyard, they announced the preparation of the vessel for the introduction of the crew.
At the moment, nothing is reported about the beginning of factory sea trials, and the timing of the transfer of the vessel to the Naval fleet.
Vsevolod Bobrov is the second logistics support vessel of Project 23120. An ice-class vessel was launched in 2013 and launched in 2016. This is the second ship of this design, being built at the Severnaya Verf, after the head Elbrus and the first production one.
The ship is intended for the transport of goods, towing, hydrographic surveys, assistance to ships in distress. The dynamic positioning system allows you to hold the ship at a given point in any weather conditions. The ship has two electro-hydraulic cranes with a lifting capacity of 50 tons, towing winches with a pulling force of 120 and 25 tons, there is a cargo deck with an area of more than 700 square meters. m. Unlike the lead ship, the deck is strengthened on Bobrov, the ship will be equipped with additional devices, including a grab for loading bulk cargo.
The vessel is multifunctional: it can carry out loading, transportation and transfer of goods; tow ships, up to the aircraft carrier; participate in rescue operations and provide medical assistance to those in distress (equipped with a pressure chamber for decompression); conduct mapping of the bottom topography and search for sunken objects. The hull of the vessel with the ice class ARC4 will allow it to sail in the Arctic latitudes, overcoming the ice thickness of 0,6 m.
Length - 95 m, width - 22 m, draft - 9 m, speed - 18 knots, displacement - 9 tons, cruising range - 500 nautical miles, autonomy - about 5 days.