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October 24 The 2013 of the year successfully completed a unique operation for loading six tugboats aboard the specialized ship HHL Lagos of the company Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany)

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October 24 The 2013 of the year successfully completed a unique operation for loading six tugboats aboard the specialized ship HHL Lagos of the company Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany)

October 24 The 2013 of the year successfully completed a unique operation for loading six tugboats aboard the specialized ship HHL Lagos of the company Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany)


24 October 2013 successfully completed the unique operation of loading six tugboats aboard the specialized vessel HHL Lagos of Hansa Heavy Lift (Germany), which will deliver them by the Northern Sea Route to Vladivostok. The loading lasted more than a week. The tugboat voyage will last approximately 30 days.

Six tugboats, namely two sea tugs of the project PE-65 “MB-92” and “MB-93” (p. No. 503, 504) and four tugs of the project 16609 “RB-402”, “RB-403”, “ RB-404 ”and“ RB-405 ”(p. No. 621, 622, 623, 624) were built at Pella OJSC in 2013. By the end of the year, ships will be commissioned as part of the Pacific Fleet Russian Navy.

The total weight of the six tugs was 3000 tons. For the loading of tugboats from water, Pella produced special load handling devices, the divers were sharp underwater, and the tugs were mounted on the deck of the vessel using special metal structures (kilblocks), which took 200 tons of metal to produce.

The vessels are designed to perform towing and tipping operations in the port, on roads and coastal areas corresponding to the R2 navigation area (sailing in marine areas with a distance of no more than 100 miles from the place of refuge), conducting escort operations at speeds up to 10 knots, removing ships from aground and ships, fire extinguishing at floating facilities and onshore facilities, participation in OSR operations, cargo transportation, ice breaking, as well as for participation in rescue and special operations.

Technical parameters of the project PE-65

Maximum length 34,4 m
Maximum width 12,1 m
Draft 4,4 m
13,5 nodes speed
Traction force on the hook 63 tons
Class symbol KM Arc4 R1 Aut1 FF3WS EscortTug as per PC classification
Propulsion system VRK US 255 FP of Rolls-Royce company, VFSh in a nozzle
Power 2x1864 kW, 1600 rpm, Cat 3516B
The full displacement of the tug is 860 tons.

Deck equipment:

  • Nasal two-drum anchor-towing-mooring electro-hydraulic winch with escort functions M 140-180-2Т-2В-1С-FEH RED Fluidmecanica with a pulling force 20 t and a holding force of X XUMUM and holding force X 1860 and holding force X XNUMX and holding force X XNUMX and holding force X.NUMX t and holding force X.NUMX.
  • Stern electro-hydraulic towing winch CHR-20-180-1Т-1С-ЕА RED Fluidmecanica with tractive effort 20 т and holding force of brake 1800 кН;
  • towing hook traction force 650 kN with quick-release device;
  • cargo crane Fluidmecanica HLRM 45 / 5 S with a lifting capacity of 19,5 kN on the outreach of the 13,5 boom.
    For extinguishing fires, the tow is equipped with an external fire extinguishing system manufactured by FFS (performance 1500 m3 / h, 2 water-borne monitor, water curtain system).

    Technical Parameters of the 16609 Project Tugs

    Maximum length 28,5 m
    Maximum width 9,5 m
    Draft 4,3 m
    Speed ​​approx. 12 nodes
    Traction force on the hook 47 tons
    Class symbol KM Arc4 R2 Aut1 FF3 WS Tug RS classification
    Propulsion complex VRK US 205 firms Rolls-Royce, VFSH in the nozzle
    Power 2x1500 kW at 1600 rpm, Cat 3512B

    Deck equipment:

  • Fluidmecanica bow anchor and mooring winch with traction force 10 t. and holding force on the brake 1383 kN;
  • towing hook SWL 47 t with quick-release device.
    A crane is also installed on the tug - a manipulator of the type HM 6 / 3 S, Fluidmecanica, lifting capacity 910 kg at the reach of the boom 6 m.

    To extinguish fires, the vessel is equipped with an external fire extinguishing system manufactured by FFS (productivity 800 m3 / h, 2 foam monitors, water curtain system).
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    1. svp67
      svp67 1 November 2013 16: 00
      +2
      And where and who carried out the loading and who built these "miracle ships"?
      Somehow not quite complete information ...
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 1 November 2013 16: 04
        +3
        All the tugs were built on Pella. This is the very transfer for this year that they saved up. Some tugboats are described in detail in the ships under construction:
        http://topwar.ru/31373-stroyaschiesya-i-prinyatye-na-28072013-goda-korabli-dlya-
        vmf-rf-chast-1.html
        http://topwar.ru/31379-stroyaschiesya-i-prinyatye-na-28072013-goda-korabli-dlya-
        vmf-rf-chast-2.html
      2. egor 1712
        egor 1712 1 November 2013 16: 05
        -3
        built at Pella OJSC in 2013 year Finland
        1. donavi49
          donavi49 1 November 2013 16: 14
          +6
          Finland there except that Vyartsiloy participates. wink In St. Petersburg, on Pella, this year they generally break building records:
          http://www.pellaship.ru/referens-list
          1. abdrah
            abdrah 2 November 2013 00: 40
            +1
            And the motors of which are Caterpillar (CAT)?
            The Russian Diesel plant rested in a Bose and there is nothing to replace it with?

            http://www.kranbalka.com/kaprpog/kaprpogst68.htm
        2. Edward72
          Edward72 1 November 2013 19: 54
          +2
          Look at the map, Pella Kirovsky district of the Leningrad region.
      3. avt
        avt 1 November 2013 16: 07
        +5
        Quote: svp67
        And where and who carried out the loading and who built these "miracle ships"?

        ,, LENINGRAD SHIPBUILDING PLANT “PELLA” The third paragraph from the beginning of the article.
        1. svp67
          svp67 1 November 2013 16: 10
          +2
          Quote: donavi49
          All the tugs were built on Pella.

          Quote: egor 1712
          built at Pella OJSC in 2013 year Finland

          Quote: avt
          LENINGRAD SHIPBUILDING PLANT “PELLA”

          How many people - so many opinions ...
          1. avt
            avt 1 November 2013 16: 11
            +2
            Quote: svp67
            built at Pella OJSC in 2013 year Finland

            request ,, shipyard "Pella", located in the Kirovsky district of the Leningrad region,
            1. shpuntik
              shpuntik 2 November 2013 05: 21
              +1
              avt (3) SU Yesterday, 16:11 ↑
              request ,, shipyard "Pella", located in the Kirovsky district of the Leningrad region,

              On the Neva in general. He scanned the card:
          2. shpuntik
            shpuntik 2 November 2013 05: 33
            +2
            svp67 SU Yesterday, 16:10 ↑
            How many people - so many opinions ...

            Geographically, it is ours, but according to the filling of "Vyartsilya" - "Burmesteir and Vine", BMW is generally solid. And they are building new workshops, by the way. Although the Sredne-Nevsky plant is ready nearby, this is its niche - tugs, minesweepers.
            Judging by the media, the money is immeasurable, the legs are growing from the Europas, they are snatching a piece of government orders from the municipalities and ports. These are future customers of spare parts, equipment.
            Another surprising thing is that these small boats could be built by Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk, and it would not have been necessary to drag along the Northern Sea Route.
            As Posner tells us: "These are the times ..." request
            http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/30298/?pid=303013

            PS Zafigachil minus article. I do not believe advertising.
      4. Vadivak
        Vadivak 1 November 2013 16: 37
        10
        Quote: ...
        successfully completed a unique operation for loading six tugboats aboard a specialized vessel


        I remember that the Aleksey Kosygin lighter carrier was in the Union, so without any noise he took on board the Jeyran a landing craft on an air cushion (in the picture above) and dragged it with his gantry crane. ...

        Now that Russia is no longer needed, and after its sale in the US, it is used by their Navy, given our glorious past under the name "Atlantis Forest"
        1. shpuntik
          shpuntik 2 November 2013 05: 57
          +2
          Vadivak (1) RU Yesterday, 16:37 ↑
          Now that Russia is no longer needed, and after its sale in the US, it is used by their Navy, given our glorious past under the name "Atlantis Forest"

          I'll throw a small "bream", I somehow screened it in a joke:
          Well, and the video with the song, it refers to the fleet, about the lighter, I immediately remembered this song, nothing personal tszt hi :
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 2 November 2013 20: 58
            +3
            thanks, sorry no vodka, honestly
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    3. Russian sniper
      Russian sniper 1 November 2013 16: 16
      +2
      So 20385 corvettes would be loaded in batches onto a floating platform and directly to the Pacific Fleet lol
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 1 November 2013 16: 25
        12
        Good day to all hi
        By the name and content of the topic I post video material.
        1. Peaceful military
          Peaceful military 1 November 2013 16: 35
          +1
          Impressive.
          Interestingly, do you have something like that?
          1. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak 1 November 2013 18: 32
            +1
            What are you talking about? If the tires, then surely they could be put Russian. I am sure that it would not have affected the seaworthiness of tugboats. And it would be cheaper! lol
        2. pint45
          pint45 1 November 2013 18: 29
          0
          Thanks to the topic.
    4. Migari
      Migari 1 November 2013 16: 24
      +2

      Well, glorious, our fleet is being reborn.
      1. Armata
        Armata 1 November 2013 16: 35
        11
        Quote: Migari
        Well, glorious, our fleet is being reborn.
        Yeah, tugboats laughing fool
        1. Peaceful military
          Peaceful military 1 November 2013 16: 39
          +4
          Quote: Mechanic
          Quote: Migari
          Well, glorious, our fleet is being reborn.
          Yeah, tugboats laughing fool

          These are combat tugs, an asymmetric response to the Americans on their new destroyers. wassat
        2. Vadivak
          Vadivak 1 November 2013 16: 54
          +4
          Quote: Mechanic
          Yeah, tugboats


          On bezryby and a bra belt. Yes, and Gazprom come in handy, dual purpose ....
        3. Russ69
          Russ69 1 November 2013 17: 10
          +8
          Quote: Mechanic
          Yeah, tugboats

          But without tugboats, the port also doesn’t. This is already infrastructure, but its like, not like it, too, it is necessary to modernize ... There are a lot of problems with this too ...
      2. lelikas
        lelikas 1 November 2013 20: 22
        0
        It is not clear only why it was necessary to pull to the end of navigation.
    5. ZU-23
      ZU-23 1 November 2013 16: 36
      -4
      So. Order. Copy and do better. Well, now you need to be content with this supply of tugboats from Germany.
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 1 November 2013 17: 29
        +3
        Our tugs, it’s just that the German ship carries them to the Pacific Fleet because there isn’t any of its own, but otherwise it’s not possible to deliver to the Pacific Fleet.
        1. ZU-23
          ZU-23 1 November 2013 17: 50
          0
          Well, it’s understandable, but the equipment is engines and everything else isn’t ours, there we get only a soap box from us)))
        2. alone
          alone 1 November 2013 20: 11
          +1
          Quote: donavi49
          Our tugs, it’s just that the German ship carries them to the Pacific Fleet because there isn’t any of its own, but otherwise it’s not possible to deliver to the Pacific Fleet.


          I wonder how much the Russian budget all this transportation? judging by the tonnage and length of the route, the Germans will rip off a lot.
          and one more question: could these tugboats not be collected on the Pacific coast of Russia? are there really no shipbuilding enterprises there?
    6. cormorant
      cormorant 1 November 2013 17: 34
      17
      The fact that the tug fleet is replenishing at such a rate is encouraging, but the fact that this is a unique operation is simply ridiculous. It may be difficult, but it doesn’t pull the unique one. Another would have written "unparalleled!"
    7. Gronsky
      Gronsky 1 November 2013 17: 36
      13
      Judging by the comments, it seems that people have forgotten how to read Russian.
      What is Finland ?! What is Germany ?! Where did Vyartsilya come from ?! (Which arms? Which legs? All one solid vein.) lol
      So: Six tugboats, built in Russia, at the St. Petersburg shipyard "Pella", were loaded onto a specialized vessel belonging to Germany and will be delivered along the northern sea route (on this very ship) to the Russian city of Vladivostok, to the Pacific Fleet.
      Tepericha, what is inside them - on all there are rotor-columns of the English company Rolls-Royce, only with different indices.
      All have an IDF (fixed-pitch screw) in the nozzle (such a ring is around the screw, forming a flow and protecting the screw).
      All have American Caterpillar diesels, only on one Cat 3512B, for twelve pots (that is, cylinders), and on other Cat 3516B, for sixteen pots (that is, cylinders).
      Any cranes, hoists, winches lower.
      Uhhhhhh ... Well, it seems like everything should be clear. fellow
      If I did not enter the essence - correct.
      1. pint45
        pint45 1 November 2013 18: 34
        0
        But on the "pellet" ruchenki Russians ali how? We can all the hedgehogs, if not bunglers in the leadership.
      2. Volkhov
        Volkhov 1 November 2013 19: 11
        -3
        The bottom line is that the tugs were ordered by the Navy - now the fashion is this - where to sail, then with a tugboat, and if soon to the bottom, then they put a killer (floating crane) to pull out something. Raid tugs will carry destroyers from the sludge along the bays.
        That is the essence and I would like to change.
      3. shpuntik
        shpuntik 2 November 2013 07: 28
        +3
        Gronsky SU Yesterday, 17:36
        What is Finland ?! What is Germany ?! Where did Vyartsilya come from ?!

        Well, to hell with her from "Vyartsilya", hurry lol but "KET" is better? Do they collect it from us? Why not put Kolomenskie, Zvezdovskie- (St. Petersburg),?
        http://www.nationaldefense.ru/includes/periodics/defense/2011/1114/19347654/deta

        il.shtml


        Helicopter columns can also be done, there is nothing archaic there. Paying wages to an English, Canadian worker whose salary is three times that of ours is a paradox. They don’t do it anywhere. Either they buy a license and make it in their own country, or they copy like the Chinese and hammer the patent bolt. That's what it is about.
        Look at the photo of the plant of bankruptcy of the NPS in Komsomolsk, these are the cars at the entrance:
        http://lj-top.ru/post/dkphoto/312573
        1. Gronsky
          Gronsky 2 November 2013 12: 58
          +2
          Quote: shpuntik
          but "KET" is better? Do they collect it from us? Why not put Kolomenskie, Zvezdovskie- (St. Petersburg),?


          I agree with you. The first thing I thought about the Kolomna plant. Moreover, Kolomna residents have a diesel engine of this size. The same D49, in versions 8/12/16 cylinders. Moreover, the customer is MO. Strange as that.
          But the WRC, we do not have their own, although I may be wrong. To master their production for a long time, ships are needed now. So that practice is normal.
          Another thing is that you need to master their production, starting at least with the purchase of licenses.
          1. shpuntik
            shpuntik 2 November 2013 23: 19
            +1
            Gronsky SU Today, 12:58 ↑ New
            Another thing is that you need to master their production, starting at least with the purchase of licenses.

            soldier Here is half the azipode, 300 meters deep, and there are 600. There is something to start with, if there was a team.
            1. Gronsky
              Gronsky 3 November 2013 01: 43
              0
              Yes. On the submarine, it is also retractable.
              But here it is most likely used as an auxiliary mover, i.e. not always.
      4. Far East
        Far East 2 November 2013 12: 39
        0
        Quote: Gronsky
        All of them have an IDF (fixed-pitch screw) in the nozzle (the ring is around the screw,

        good I’ll just correct a lot of VRS from the word (reverse) I gave the sea 15 years! hi
        1. Gronsky
          Gronsky 2 November 2013 21: 52
          0
          Quote: Far East
          VRS from the word (reverse)


          VRS - screw adjustable pitch. That is yes.
          But these tugs have fixed-pitch rigid propellers (VFS). In the specifications, this is expressly indicated. VRS they do not need, the swivel speakers provide movement in any direction and reverse as well. It is easier to constructively rotor-column than to make a screw with a variable pitch of the blades, especially a screw of such a small size as in tow. This is not a five-meter screw of any supertanker.
    8. Galan
      Galan 1 November 2013 18: 17
      +7
      Well, this is disgusting from the state. In Blagoveshchensk, Amur Region, there is an excellent shipyard named after I. October Revolution (SZOR). The plant is barely holding on without having practically a government order, a couple of hydrographic boats does not count. In Soviet times, the plant built refueling tankers of Project 1844D and Aquarius 1844V for the Navy with a displacement of 1070 tons and MRS-150 of Project 1338K and 1338P. The plant has a transport dock with a lifting capacity of 1500 tons. At the end of the 80s it was planned to build 750 hp harbor tugs for the Navy. 1500 h.p. including the CPP, and with vane propellers, similar to those built on "Pella". In general, the center does not need the Far East. Instead of building on the Far East, loading shipbuilding capacities, we build at our factories. Looks like the rollback was good. V.S. Popov (director of SZOR) does not give kickbacks, honest man.
      1. pint45
        pint45 1 November 2013 18: 39
        -3
        We’ve come closer to the feeding trough; to hell go to the trailers and so on. Mafia ..
      2. Stas
        Stas 1 November 2013 19: 15
        +5
        I agree with you. A large tug was built at the Zvezda shipyard in Primorye for Vietnam about 2 years! The point is to drag tugs from St. Petersburg, it may be necessary to make efforts and raise enterprises and pay people in the same Far East.
        1. shpuntik
          shpuntik 2 November 2013 06: 33
          +1
          Stas RU Yesterday, 19:15 ↑
          I agree with you. In Primorye, at the Zvezda shipyard, they have been building a large tug for Vietnam for about 2 years!

          Are you talking about this one?
      3. varov14
        varov14 1 November 2013 19: 59
        +1
        Managers know what to do, you have Cupid, and here is the whole Northern Sea Route, you feel the difference in money.
      4. shpuntik
        shpuntik 2 November 2013 06: 41
        +3
        galan Yesterday, 18:17
        Well, this is disgusting from the state. In Blagoveshchensk, Amur region, there is an excellent shipyard named after October Revolution (CLEP).

        Well, we’ve found out about another plant! Thank you for your good thoughts, +.
        In this row are Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Komsomolsk ...
        It’s not about the rollback, everything. There is lobbying, it’s obvious, but the equipment manufacturers are muddying, foreign, in my opinion. We decided not only to supply the engine, but also to build it ourselves. Started with a small fleet. Apparently they did not agree with USC, although so many slipways are idle. I'm not talking about the Volga shipyards, they can build the same.
        1. Memorandum
          Memorandum 2 November 2013 16: 34
          0
          Pella has been building such tugs since the late 90s, the experience is huge. So they ordered it from her, and all of the above plants have not built anything for a long time, and they don’t have a project.
          1. shpuntik
            shpuntik 2 November 2013 23: 52
            0
            Memo RU Today, 16:34 ↑
            Pella has been building such tugs since the late 90s, the experience is huge.

            Not everything is so rosy:
            "JSC Pella finished and danced."
            http://infranews.ru/logistika/more/8687-oao-pella-dopelo-i-doplyasalo/
            So they ordered it from her, and all of the above plants have not built anything for a long time, and they don’t have a project.

            Can build, without round the world yes :
            Press flow, News feed / 5-08-2013, 14:49 / Source - OJSC DCSS
            Azimuth tug for Rosneft launched from the stocks of the Khabarovsk shipyard

            http://primorye24.ru/news/pressa/30849-azimutalnyy-buksir-dlya-rosnefti-spuschen
            -na-vodu-so-stapeley-habarovskogo-sudostroitelnogo-zavoda.html

            Let Pella build, no one speaks, but for export or his region, not by pulling the blankets over himself. Far East threw, this is the main idea of ​​my promise. hi
          2. Galan
            Galan 6 November 2013 19: 18
            0
            As for "nothing has been built for a long time" I do not agree. You should go to the SZOR website http://nelma.amur.ru and see what is being built now. True, this is very small compared to Soviet times. Then at the plant they built 23-25 ​​units of MRS-150 per year and handed it over a year later, either to a tanker or SRTM.
    9. Eric
      Eric 1 November 2013 18: 27
      +3
      Quote: galan
      Well, this is disgusting from the state. In Blagoveshchensk, Amur Region, there is an excellent shipyard named after I. October Revolution (SZOR). The plant is barely holding on without having practically a government order, a couple of hydrographic boats does not count. In Soviet times, the plant built refueling tankers of Project 1844D and Aquarius 1844V for the Navy with a displacement of 1070 tons and MRS-150 of Project 1338K and 1338P. The plant has a transport dock with a lifting capacity of 1500 tons. At the end of the 80s it was planned to build 750 hp harbor tugs for the Navy. 1500 h.p. including the CPP, and with vane propellers, similar to those built on "Pella". In general, the center does not need the Far East. Instead of building on the Far East, loading shipbuilding capacities, we build at our factories. Looks like the rollback was good. V.S. Popov (director of SZOR) does not give kickbacks, honest man.


      It's a shame ... To all appearances, everything is according to ubays, SZOR does not fit into the market ...
    10. twister
      twister 1 November 2013 19: 14
      -4
      Operation was successfully completed! 6 tugboats have finally sunk the side of the Hansa Heavy Lift specialized vessel HHL Lagos. Now, if it were Russian tugboats, then we would have loaded them two more and torpedoed our enemies, who set the wiretap everywhere!
      1. twister
        twister 1 November 2013 23: 38
        0
        WHO MINUS DELIVERED ---- YOU WHAT FOR GERMANS? YES .... PCA DUK IN YOURSELF ..... PERSONALLY FROM MY GRANDFATHER !!! STSUKI
    11. bubla5
      bubla5 1 November 2013 21: 26
      +1
      And in our country it always doesn’t have any analogues, it’s unique, or even the whole world will shudder, such consonance for our ears, probably, so as not to turn red
    12. gorku68
      gorku68 1 November 2013 21: 27
      +2
      Are you getting lucky now? The Arctic is frozen, the entire Northern Sea Route is in ice, in the Kara Sea is already continuous, Dixon has a temperature of -20. And the icebreaker for the pilot costs a lot, millions of rubles. per day. And where is the economy and the benefits?
      1. Volkhov
        Volkhov 1 November 2013 22: 42
        0
        The Northern Sea Route was invented in the commentary; they will sail across the Tsushima Strait.
    13. Grey68
      Grey68 1 November 2013 23: 46
      -1
      Quote: svp67
      And where and who carried out the loading and who built these "miracle ships"?
      Somehow not quite complete information ..

      What do not you understand? Our technologies are not there.
      1. twister
        twister 1 November 2013 23: 52
        -1
        EVERYTHING is there ... just neaishiru bully
    14. nemec55
      nemec55 2 November 2013 07: 17
      +2
      The author’s unique nonsense. EPT engineers of the USSR just rest on the side Pancake BECAUSE WE HAVE THEIR GENERATION HAVE SUCH A UNIQUE UNIQUE OPERATION ........ It's a shame
    15. Neighbor
      Neighbor 2 November 2013 07: 52
      +2
      Apparently in our government with an intelligence higher than that of iPhone they don’t take it.
    16. maverick3232
      maverick3232 27 February 2020 06: 36
      0
      HHL Lagos in the building was called Beluga Sankt-Petersburg