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The lead tanker "Vladimir Monomakh" of the "Aframax" type went to sea trials

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The lead tanker "Vladimir Monomakh" of the "Aframax" type went to sea trials

The lead Aframax-type tanker Vladimir Monomakh, built at the Zvezda shipbuilding complex in Primorye, has entered sea trials. This was reported by the press service of "Zvezda".


The press service reported that the lead tanker was launched in May this year ahead of schedule. After launching, the "Vladimir Monomakh" passed mooring tests, during which the systems and equipment were checked and adjusted before the first sailing out to sea. On September 15, the tanker went to sea for sea trials, during which the speed characteristics of the vessel and its controllability in all operating modes will be checked.

The message does not give the timing of the sea trials, but it is said that the tanker will be certified based on their results.


It is noted that previously Aframax tankers were not produced in Russia. They are designed to meet high environmental standards. The main and auxiliary power plants can operate on both traditional and environmentally friendly fuel - liquefied natural gas.

Oil tankers of "Aframax" type "are designed for the transportation of crude oil and oil products in an unlimited navigation area. Tanker length - 250 meters, width - 44 meters, deadweight - 114 thousand tons, speed - 14,6 knots, ice class - ICE-1A The ship has a helicopter pad.

To date, Zvezda's portfolio of orders includes 12 Aframax tankers, of which 10 were ordered by Rosneft.
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  1. fa2998
    fa2998 16 September 2020 15: 46
    -17 qualifying.
    I wonder which flag will be raised, Panama, or what else?
    1. Machito
      Machito 16 September 2020 15: 51
      19
      If I understood correctly, the tanker is intended for SevMorPuti. Seven feet of water under the keel.
      1. Dikson
        Dikson 16 September 2020 16: 06
        0
        It was made end-to-end for the existing nuclear-powered ships ..)) for the series "50 years of Victory" - 30 m width ...
        1. K-612-O
          K-612-O 16 September 2020 16: 12
          +5
          The Arctic has more, new.
          1. Lexus
            Lexus 16 September 2020 17: 02
            -6
            Vladimir Monomakh was a gatherer of the Russian lands, and here a huge "scoop" for squandering was named after him. "Count Polusakhalinsky", for example, is more appropriate. No matter how necessary it is, against the background of low oil prices, to keep it afloat at the expense of budget funds and "refuel". Otsosneft can simply shake out the loot from the Pension Fund.
            1. Mavrikiy
              Mavrikiy 16 September 2020 18: 51
              -3
              Quote: lexus
              Vladimir Monomakh was a gatherer of the Russian lands, and here a huge "scoop" for squandering was named after him. "Count Polusakhalinsky", for example, is more appropriate.

              Are the names of academicians over?
              1. snake
                snake 16 September 2020 19: 39
                -2
                Quote: Mavrikiy
                Are the names of academicians over?

                Ramzan Kadyrov, by the way, is an academician.
            2. _M_
              _M_ 17 September 2020 02: 00
              +4
              And then Ostap suffered ... negative
            3. Boris Chernikov
              Boris Chernikov 17 September 2020 11: 33
              +1
              lol ... then the USSR built oil pipelines ... apparently for collecting too
              1. Dart2027
                Dart2027 17 September 2020 21: 06
                0
                Quote: Boris Chernikov
                then the USSR built oil pipelines ... apparently for collecting too

                Some people stubbornly forget about it.
        2. antivirus
          antivirus 16 September 2020 18: 53
          +1
          along the length - almost an aircraft carrier, only the fastening of the airfield plates from the corners-brackets is necessary - and the deck is ready
      2. snake
        snake 16 September 2020 19: 45
        0
        Quote: Bearded
        Seven feet of water under the keel.

        Seven feet is about 2.1 meters. The draft of this tanker is about 12 meters. I understand that this is a traditional good wish, but you directly specified that 7 feet of water ...
        1. for
          for 18 September 2020 11: 46
          +1
          Quote: serpent

          Seven feet is about 2.1 meters.

          7 under the keel, the draft does not matter here.
          1. snake
            snake 18 September 2020 11: 50
            +1
            By the way, yes ... I even stumbled ...
        2. Rostislav Prokopenko
          Rostislav Prokopenko 18 September 2020 14: 46
          0
          So 7 feet UNDER THE KEEL. laughing
      3. Angelo Provolone
        Angelo Provolone 17 September 2020 00: 14
        -4
        If I understand correctly, the tanker is intended for SevMorPuti

        Sure. And most importantly, the prefix "afro" - eloquently points to the north
        1. Pushkowed
          Pushkowed 17 September 2020 04: 54
          +4
          Not "afro" but "afra". Abbreviation for "average freight rate assessment".
    2. NEOZ
      NEOZ 16 September 2020 15: 55
      -1
      Quote: fa2998
      I wonder which flag will be raised, Panama, or what else?

      why do you care?
    3. Piramidon
      Piramidon 16 September 2020 16: 00
      -4
      Quote: fa2998
      I wonder which flag will be raised, Panama, or what else?

      Ask your curator. As he tells you, then you will be excused here on his behalf. negative
    4. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 16 September 2020 16: 06
      +1
      Quote: fa2998
      I wonder which flag will be raised, Panama, or what else?

      It depends on where they will go.
    5. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 16 September 2020 16: 19
      +2
      Why did you decide that the Panamanian flag?
      1. Alexander I
        Alexander I 16 September 2020 16: 41
        +8
        Panama allows sailing under so-called open registration. Its flag makes it easy to register ships (often online) and hire cheap labor from abroad. In addition, foreign owners are not forced to pay income tax. (Quote from the article: Cheap labor from abroad)
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 16 September 2020 17: 50
          +3
          Quote: AlexanderI
          Panama allows sailing under so-called open registration.

          There are cheaper flags. For example Limassol (Cyprus) which is included in the "white list" and the benefits are significant. The following income is exempt from taxation within the tonnage system:
          1. profit from the freight and use of the vessel;
          2. profit from the sale of the vessel (subject to certain conditions);
          3. profit from the sale of shares of the ship-owner company and distribution of profits from such sale, as well as dividends from core activities;
          4. interest income related to the company's working capital.
          Plus a small price for registration under the Cypriot flag is paid registration fees depending on the tonnage of the vessel. Of all Rosneft's vessels, all the large Arkhangelsk-type tankers, and there seem to be about six of them, are assigned to the port of Limassol.
      2. venik
        venik 16 September 2020 21: 17
        +2
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Why did you decide that the Panamanian flag?

        ========
        Now they will start "throwing slippers" at me (Well, God bless them!).
        But in fact, the "flag" is not really that important! The main thing - ship owner and home port! In the states (which, by the way, have one of the largest merchant fleets!), Hardly 15-20% of the total tonnage goes under their own ("mattress") flag! The rest - under the "flags of convenience" (Panama, Liberia, etc. (by the way, it is under the Liberian flag that the BIGGEST "trade tonnage" in the world goes!).
        Nothing personal! Just business! Sir!
        P / S / But in general, in this "boodyag" called "merchant marine" - everything is so confused and complicated (especially in recent decades) that "the devil himself will break his leg"! Until the end, no matter how I tried, I did not understand it !!! request
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 17 September 2020 08: 30
          0
          Quote: venik
          The main thing is the ship owner and the home port! In the states (which, by the way, have one of the largest merchant fleets!), Hardly 15-20% of the total tonnage goes under their own ("mattress") flag!

          No need to throw slippers, you are right in many respects. Look at how many Russian ships sail "under a false flag", the same is true in the United States and throughout the world. You can put any owner (both a company and an individual) and the home port if you have St. Petersburg, then the Russian flag, if Limassol, then the flag of Cyprus, etc. My owner was an Estonian, he registered the ship for his wife in a "bareboat charter" (she also became a ship owner), her company was registered in Saint Kitts and Nevis, the first flag was Nevis, the second Limassol, the third Tongo, the fourth Belize. And this is in two years. In Malta, in one building there was one room where about fifty ships were registered, documents came to their mailboxes, and then they were sent to the owners. This is how the sea world works now.
        2. Revolver
          Revolver 17 September 2020 09: 02
          0
          Quote: venik
          In the states (which, by the way, have one of the largest merchant fleets!), Hardly 15-20% of the total tonnage goes under their own ("mattress") flag! The rest are under "flags of convenience"

          Flying under the American flag means being sued in American courts. And in them you can file and often win completely comic lawsuits. For example, a drunkard got drunk in a bar, got behind the wheel, broke iron and bones, the victims judge the bar and the bartender for seeing that the client is already good, but he still poured it in, and then didn’t prevent the obviously drunk from driving - and they win. Therefore, how long I went on cruises, the companies are American, and the ships are registered in the Bahamas, and the contract states that all claims are decided by the Bahamian court.
    6. Lexus
      Lexus 16 September 2020 16: 21
      -1
      hi They can even hang Mongolian for personal gain. "The pride of the Urya-Skakuas", the gas tanker "Christophe de Margerie" under the Cypriot "drives" (for the information of the minus narrow-minded, the home port of Limassol is, after all, Cyprus), while the "offended" half-triots mold "Mendel" for you.

      1. Alexander I
        Alexander I 16 September 2020 16: 44
        +4
        Unfortunately, he is right about the greed of those in power.
        1. Kart
          Kart 16 September 2020 16: 49
          +4
          Don't care if he's right or not. Everything else written by him says that as a person - it is.
          About the greed of those in power - a spoonful of honey in a barrel of this very.
    7. aleksejkabanets
      aleksejkabanets 16 September 2020 16: 47
      +9
      Whichever owner will be more profitable to raise, that would pay less taxes, he will raise.
  2. AshPoseidon
    AshPoseidon 16 September 2020 15: 47
    +4
    Well, things went uphill. I haven't seen our tankers in the port for a long time.
  3. Germanium
    Germanium 16 September 2020 15: 58
    +5
    Why is South Korea a leader in shipbuilding? Small country with limited resources, but ranked first in the world. Good luck to the Far East!
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 16 September 2020 16: 09
      -4
      Quote: Germanium
      Why is South Korea a leader in shipbuilding? Small country with limited resources, but ranked first in the world. Good luck to the Far East!

      In my opinion, they benefit from the fact that they click on technology and construction time. And, most likely, they do not have any "rogozy", which means they only do business, and do not try in "mordobooks" and other "instagram" hi
      1. Mountain shooter
        Mountain shooter 16 September 2020 16: 18
        +6
        Quote: Piramidon
        In my opinion, they benefit from the fact that they click on technologies and construction times

        They work in there, Mom, don't worry! Holidays there ... one name. All the juices are squeezed out of the workers. And the cost of living does not allow you to relax. It is, it is not sarcasm. If Zvezda had such procedures as in Korean factories, I am not sure that someone would want to work there for no money.
        1. Piramidon
          Piramidon 16 September 2020 16: 52
          0
          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          Quote: Piramidon
          In my opinion, they benefit from the fact that they click on technologies and construction times

          They work in there, mom don't cry!

          Well, that too. No smoke breaks, overdrinks, hangouts .... Labor discipline at the highest level
        2. Angelo Provolone
          Angelo Provolone 17 September 2020 00: 29
          +4
          They work in there, mom don't cry!

          They process steel a year in shipbuilding thousands of times more than in the Russian Federation.
          Technology, automation, labor organization, personnel qualifications, scientific base - everything that we do not have and is not foreseen.
          Even in the USSR, engineers received fewer workers, there was responsibility. On the same Star: thieves stuck to all managerial vacancies. They get money, they don't understand anything and are not responsible for anything. At the same time, they, these stupid managers, must organize production and bear responsibility. Yes, even if they just paid them for nothing, well, just like that, and someone else would manage the production. But no.

          Head of department 80tr / month managers from 150tr and above.

          Here is our shipbuilding:
          1. Alexander I
            Alexander I 17 September 2020 09: 41
            0
            He himself worked in a company where the production director received less salary than the director of a trading house at this plant.
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 16 September 2020 16: 10
      +9
      Quote: Germanium
      Why is South Korea a leader in shipbuilding? Small country with limited resources, but ranked first in the world.

      The recipe is simple: work a lot, rest a little, pay workers in moderation, and dump.
      Once I saw a post of a specialist from Transas, who installed equipment in the YK on tankers built for us. The working day is from 9 am to 9 pm. Day off - one. And this is still a sparing regime.
      1. Germanium
        Germanium 16 September 2020 17: 29
        +3
        But in the USSR, construction projects were more striking, but the rights of workers were respected at the same time, as were the gains of the socialist revolution: an 8-hour working day and other guarantees of rest and treatment. I think that the path of brutal exploitation of workers is the lot of capitalism (the cow needs to be fed less and milked more)), but labor discipline is indisputably necessary. Our wage fund is usually formed by the salary of top management, the workers are just an error. But on average, everyone eats cabbage rolls. ))
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 16 September 2020 17: 55
          0
          Quote: Germanium
          But in the USSR, construction projects were more striking, but the rights of workers were respected at the same time, as were the gains of the socialist revolution: an 8-hour working day and other guarantees of rest and treatment.

          In December 1991, it ended, and all the gains of socialism went into oblivion.
        2. Bear
          Bear 16 September 2020 20: 26
          +3
          Excuse me, Germany, did you work during the socialist construction projects, or should you say so?
        3. unhappy
          unhappy 17 September 2020 06: 54
          +1
          Everyone pretends that this is how one should live, that it is legal and normal. It wasn't even the bourgeoisie who came up with it. In the Roman Empire, supposedly freed slaves were leased land where they, considering themselves free, plowed like blacks on plantations but without guards.
          The USSR lived in an environment of hatred, we dared to legalize the 8-hour working day, guarantees of rest and treatment, for the oligarchs and billionaires it was like a sickle in balls. Alas, everything is in the past sad
        4. Dart2027
          Dart2027 17 September 2020 21: 11
          +1
          Quote: Germanium
          But in the USSR, construction projects were more impactful, but the rights of workers were respected at the same time, as were the gains of the socialist revolution:

          If it was necessary, then they plowed like horses in a "voluntary" manner.
      2. Nehist
        Nehist 16 September 2020 23: 41
        +2
        And also, from time to time, presidents are imprisoned for 20 years.
    3. Alexander I
      Alexander I 17 September 2020 09: 38
      0
      Because with the collapse of the USSR and the new formation of the European Union, competitors died, and American shipyards cannot compete because there people do not want to work for a penny.
  4. Dikson
    Dikson 16 September 2020 16: 02
    +2
    They quickly assembled this lego ...) Good luck to sailors and shipbuilders!
    1. Simon schempp
      Simon schempp 16 September 2020 16: 07
      -9
      They quickly assembled this lego ...)

      Of course. Where the pumping of resources beyond the cordon is involved, there is no place for delays and delays.
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 16 September 2020 18: 05
      14
      Still, 2/3 (including the most loaded with equipment) were made on Hyundai and brought to B.Kamen.

      Bow sections, stern and anchors of the lead tanker class Aframax for Rosnefteflot, part of Rosneft, to be built at a South Korean shipyard Hyundai... Tender for their delivery from South Korea the Far Eastern shipyard "Zvezda" posted on the portal of public procurement. Kommersant drew attention to this. The price is 138,8 million rubles, the delivery time for the bow parts and anchors is from March 29 to April 5, 2019, the stern is from August 30 to September 7.

      They brought this whole piece from Hyundai.

      1. Rzzz
        Rzzz 16 September 2020 18: 30
        +9
        This is almost the entire ship. Plus a nose.
        We succeed in making only a small part of the "cylinder", just for the sake of sticking the label "made in rush"
        1. frog
          frog 16 September 2020 18: 48
          +3
          Exactly, but how many reasons for screeching))))
        2. Kisa
          Kisa 16 September 2020 19: 17
          +7
          yeah ok to start. b. stone is a recent village in an open field. the shipyard needs to be run in all these splits cranes allied to the Russian register from scratch .... although of course for the uninitiated it is more for a positive sign. in Korea, on the Hyundai STX, there is also little Korean inside, except for the housing of electrical pipelines and the main engine house under a Korean license. the rest is all branded - cargo. navigation. trash in the car.
          it will take more than a dozen years for it to be fully assembled in Russia - and this is not necessary if you rely on the price, quality and cost of construction
      2. Stirbjorn
        Stirbjorn 16 September 2020 18: 54
        +3
        Quote: donavi49
        Still, 2/3 (including the most loaded with equipment) were made on Hyundai and brought to B.Kamen.

        well done Koreans good
        The press service reported that the lead tanker was launched in May this year ahead of schedule.
        wassat
      3. Ulysses
        Ulysses 16 September 2020 23: 21
        -1
        The picture is missing the bow section and anchors allegedly built by Hyundai.
        Didn't you beguiled anything for an hour?
        1. donavi49
          donavi49 17 September 2020 07: 41
          0
          This is a candy bar - in a piece. He was dragged afloat.

          The bow and anchors were delivered earlier by a cargo ship.

          Well, and the bow was then docked on the star.
  5. Escobar
    Escobar 16 September 2020 16: 11
    -7
    It's good that we can build tankers, if only we could see gas carriers of this scale under the flag of Russia, so that there are no endless distortions with all sorts of "flows"
    1. frog
      frog 16 September 2020 16: 35
      +2
      We cannot.
      1. Kart
        Kart 16 September 2020 16: 59
        +1
        And earlier they could. Ukraine was such a country.
        1. frog
          frog 16 September 2020 17: 03
          +3
          Earlier, the moon was rounder and the vodka was stronger)))) But that was .... once)))
        2. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 16 September 2020 19: 03
          +4
          Quote: Carte
          Ukraine was such a country.

          Ukraine became Ukraine only in 1991. Sorry to correct, it was the Ukrainian SSR, a republic within the USSR. But the production capacity was at a high level, the other republics did not. And they built all the Unions, and what is left now.
        3. Kisa
          Kisa 16 September 2020 19: 23
          +4
          you hit me for a quick)). I remember young I am handsome at 95 we took 5 tankers of 40 thousand from UkrNikolaev for the PMP in Nakhodka. then everything fell apart chaos the subcontractors fled to finish building from what it was - it was death to the mechanics, I sat there and grew old ... terrible memories of the quality of shipbuilding ...
          1. shkiper83
            shkiper83 17 September 2020 07: 05
            0
            More correct all the same 30 thousand. By the way, the "stars" worked somewhere near the Emirates 5 years ago.
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 16 September 2020 17: 56
      +1
      Quote: Eskobar
      It's good that we can build tankers, if only we could see gas carriers of this scale under the flag of Russia, so that there are no endless distortions with all sorts of "flows"

      Where to get equipment for gas carriers?
      1. Rzzz
        Rzzz 16 September 2020 18: 24
        +3
        Quote: tihonmarine
        where to get equipment for gas carriers

        Buy?
        Where everyone else gets it. Here and take it.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 16 September 2020 18: 59
          0
          Quote: rzzz
          Where everyone else gets it. Here and take it.

          Will they sell it?
          1. Rzzz
            Rzzz 16 September 2020 20: 30
            +2
            Quote: tihonmarine
            Will they sell it?

            Well, it depends on how you buy.
      2. frog
        frog 16 September 2020 18: 49
        +2
        In the same place as gas carriers - in Korea. If they sell .....
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 16 September 2020 19: 05
          +1
          Quote: frog
          In the same place as gas carriers - in Korea.

          So it's cheaper to buy gas tankers right away.
          1. frog
            frog 16 September 2020 19: 36
            +1
            Certainly. But it would be better to build by ourselves, otherwise it somehow does not merge with "buy everything you need")))) And by ourselves .... you need to restore almost everything .... Who? I know a bit how all this is happening now, thank the creator that it doesn't get into the news ...
            1. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 16 September 2020 19: 55
              0
              Quote: frog
              But it would be better to build by ourselves,

              Of course, it's better to build it ourselves, but as I wrote, we don't have the equipment. Until we build factories for the production of such equipment, there is no way to build gas carriers, a lot was destroyed by the democrats.
              1. frog
                frog 16 September 2020 21: 35
                +2
                We, especially IMHO, do not have a lot of things. Taking into account the fact that, alas, I have something to do with both production and design, including boxes .... Therefore, there are no illusions for a long time.
              2. lucul
                lucul 16 September 2020 22: 28
                +3
                Of course, it's better to build it ourselves, but as I wrote, we don't have the equipment. Until we build factories for the production of such equipment, there is no possibility to build gas carriers

                This machine-tool industry (industry) to revive from scratch))) Without its own machine-tool industry, there can be no question of any industry.
                How do the Chinese do - buy the best equipment in the world, and then just copy it, why are we worse?
                1. tihonmarine
                  tihonmarine 17 September 2020 08: 08
                  0
                  Quote: lucul
                  How do the Chinese do - buy the best equipment in the world, and then just copy it, why are we worse?

                  The same was done under I.V. Stalin.
  6. seregin-s1
    seregin-s1 16 September 2020 16: 13
    +2
    Great news! The main development of shipbuilding cannot be stopped!
  7. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 16 September 2020 16: 30
    +2
    So the first one has gone. The time from laying to the launch of trials is 2 years. While not everything is ours, soon they themselves will pick up the hull from keel to keel. At the expense of the flag. On the NSR for hydrocarbons only ships will sail under the Russian flag, for Novatek gas carriers an exception has been made. Vladimir Manomakh is Russian-built, so it is easier to issue it under the Russian flag. All components are already cleared. It's a big problem to issue a foreign car under the Russian flag, you have to pay a duty of 28% on the total cost of the vessel. Vladimir Manomakh is deprived of this problem. Seven feet under the keel, under the Russian flag! Displacement more than 100 tons, in terms of tonnage with a military "yacht" do not want to draw a parallel! fellow drinks
    1. Rzzz
      Rzzz 16 September 2020 18: 27
      +2
      Quote: tralflot1832
      , you have to pay a duty of 28%

      Exactly 28? According to my information, 30%, plus 20% VAT on the amount of the duty.
      1. tralflot1832
        tralflot1832 16 September 2020 19: 23
        +3
        I watched RBC there 28%, my favorite number, though for 18 years, maybe that has changed. All the same, Vladimir Manomakh does not fit this article. It’s not for nothing that everyone rushed to build a fishing fleet in Russia. There will be a Russian flag, there will be catch quotas. ... hi
    2. Kisa
      Kisa 16 September 2020 19: 33
      +8
      Quote: tralflot1832
      2 years before testing

      participated in the acceptance in Korea on STX of a stotischik - from bookmarking to launching 9 months as a mother gave birth (current is a real building from scratch and not a tank to weld). and stamped and released every month there they have 3 giant competitors - STX Samsung and Hyundai.
      1. tralflot1832
        tralflot1832 16 September 2020 19: 56
        +3
        Let's not be strict with them, this is their firstborn. There is room to grow. They train and stimulate so they don't forget! Himself in Stralsund, Moodzund hosted One in the hangar, one on the slipway, one at the start-up adjustment already on the water. It seems less than 5 months. hi
    3. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 17 September 2020 08: 14
      +1
      Quote: tralflot1832
      Vladimir Manomakh is Russian-built, so it is easier to issue it under the Russian flag.

      As well as any vessel without any problems to register under the Russian flag, but on a stranger Russia has more problems than others, but "Rosneft" gets out. For ships working mostly for Russian ports, it is more profitable to work under the Russian flag, because there are less port dues (but it is not profitable for the owner)
  8. yfast
    yfast 16 September 2020 21: 10
    +1
    Will Russian state-owned tankers built on 2/3 in South Korea fly the Cyprus flag? What about patriotism? And what if there is a war, and we are without boats.
  9. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 16 September 2020 21: 11
    +5
    Well. Congratulations to colleagues from Primorye.
    Well done boys.
    We got a little ahead of ourselves here, too. The first building of the Kometa 120M SPK was taken out of the slipway, and the second was immediately laid down.
    Thus, there is a danger that in the next season they will transport the general public from I don’t know where, but nevertheless somewhere ... Apparently, where the draft with the wings will allow.
    In general, building oil tankers (as my more experienced comrades say) is the name day of the heart for shipbuildings. And I have no reason to disagree with them. Well, that's it ...
    1. Yura
      Yura 16 September 2020 21: 56
      0
      Quote: Benzorez
      Well, that's it ...

      I like your style, let's take on an extraordinary syllable, continue. hi
  10. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 16 September 2020 22: 02
    +2
    Walks in the Sea of ​​Japan smile :
  11. shkiper83
    shkiper83 17 September 2020 07: 04
    0
    Nobody knows the Captain's last name?
  12. sleeve
    sleeve 17 September 2020 08: 27
    -1
    Come on guys! More keels, good and different.
  13. Ngauro
    Ngauro 17 September 2020 10: 15
    +1
    it was built in Korea by 90%. but who cares about such trifles.
  14. CastroRuiz
    CastroRuiz 18 September 2020 13: 11
    0
    Eto tot rossiyskiy kotoriy koreyci postroili!?