I offer you a photo review of new seaports built in Russia after 1992, as well as those currently under construction.
1. Marine facade - passenger port on Vasilyevsky Island (St. Petersburg).
Built on the alluvial area near the highway under construction WHSD.
Construction started in 2006 year, 1-I turn started in September 2008 year.
Currently, the port has 7 berths with a length of 2108 meters and is capable of receiving cruise liners up to 317 meters in length.
2. Moby dick - ferry handling complex on the island of Kotlin (Kronstadt).
Located next to the Ring Road, the 1-I queue was launched in August 2002.
At the moment, the complex has a 2 berth with a length of 321 meter.
3. Bronka - multifunctional sea transshipment complex (MMPK).
Since January 2011 has been built on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland near the Ring Road.
The container terminal with an area of 107 hectares will have 5 berths with a length of 1176 meters.
The rolling cargo terminal with an area of 57 hectares will have an 3 berth with a length of 630 meters.
The design capacity of the 1 line of the MMPT is 1,45 million TEU and 260 thousand units of automotive vehicles per year.
4. Primorsk - oil port on the northern coast of the Gulf of Finland.
The end point of the Baltic Pipeline System (BTS).
Construction started in March 2000 of the year, 1-I turn launched in December 2001 of the year.
Currently, the port has an 4 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons and 2 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 47000 tons.
The port is served by tugboats "Dir", "Rusich", "Vyatich" and "Skif" built by LSP "Pella".
5. Vysotsk. Distribution and transshipment complex of LUKOIL-II petroleum products.
Located on the island of Vysotsky in the Gulf of Vyborg Baltic Sea.
Construction started in June 2002 of the year, 1-I turn launched in June 2004 of the year.
At the moment, the port has an 3 berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 80000 tons.
6. Ust-Luga - cargo port in the Luga Bay of the Gulf of Finland.
Construction started in 1993 year, 1-I turn started in December 2001 year.
The port currently has 13 terminals:
The Forest Terminal, the Fish Terminal and the Ship Maintenance Terminal are located at the mouth of the Luga River and existed before the construction of the port.
- coal terminal (1-i queue - 2001 g., 2-i queue - 2006 g.)
- road-rail ferry complex (September 2006)
- universal transshipment complex (June 2007)
- multi-profile transshipment complex "South-2" (1-th queue 2008 g., 2-i queue 2010 g.)
- technical sulfur overload complex (2008?)
- terminal for transshipment of oil and petroleum products (January 2011)
- “Novaya Gavan” rolling cargo terminal (November 2011)
- container terminal (1-th stage - 2011 g.)
- terminal for transshipment of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) (June 2013)
- terminal for fractionation and transshipment of stable gas condensate (June 2013)
In total, the port has an 22 berth with a length of 4652 meters (this data does not include the 2 latest terminal).
The Ust-Luga oil depot is also located on the port territory - the end point of the BTS-2.
The port is served by tugs "Beluga", "Navaga", "Sevryuga" and "Taimen" (LSP "Pella").
7. Baltiysk - road-rail ferry complex.
Construction started in August 2002.
1-th queue (a / m) launched in December 2002 of the year, 2-th queue (railway) - in September of 2006 year.
The terminal has an 1 berth with a length of 260 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.
8. Light coloured - oil and universal terminals.
Oil terminal on the shore of the Kaliningrad Sea Canal (Izhevskoye village).
Construction started in October 1999 of the year, 1-I turn launched in November 2000 of the year.
The terminal has an 3 berth with a length of 483 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.
Universal terminal for bulk and bulk cargoes (Volochaevskoye village).
Built on the alluvial area near the Kaliningrad Sea Canal.
1-I queue launched in April 2007.
The terminal has 9 berths with a length of 2074 meters and belongs to the port of Kaliningrad.
The terminal is serviced by the tugs Pioneer and Kommunar built by the Pella LSF.
9. Sabetta - sea cargo port on the eastern shore of the Ob Bay.
Construction started in July 2012 of the year, October 17 of the year 2013 came the first ship.
The 1 line is the construction of 4 berths with a length of 975 meters.
10. Olya - sea cargo port in the mouth of the Volga river in the Bakhtemir branch.
Construction started in 1993 year, 1-I turn started in June 1997 year.
Currently, the port has 10 berths with a length of 2330 meters.
11. Taman - sea cargo port on the Black Sea coast of the Taman Peninsula.
Construction started in 1999 year, 1-I turn started in December 2008 year.
- terminal for transshipment of oil and fat raw materials and wine materials (December 2008)
- grain terminal (September 2011)
- terminal for transshipment of petroleum products and liquefied petroleum gases (July 2012)
Currently, the port has 8 berths with a length of 2016 meters.
The port is served by the tugs Azot, Togliattiazot, Taman and Peter (Pella).
12. Imeretinsky - a universal cargo port in Sochi, near the mouth of the Mzymta.
Construction started in the 2008 year, the 1 line is launched in April 2010.
Berths and breakwater structures of the port form a single complex.
After the XXII Olympic Winter Games will be converted into a marina for yachts.
13. Kozmino - oil terminal in the port "Vostochny".
Located in the Primorsky Territory in the bay Kozmina Nakhodka Bay.
The end point of the Eastern Siberia - Pacific Ocean pipeline.
Construction started in May 2008 of the year, 1-I turn launched in December 2009 of the year.
Currently 2 has a berth for receiving tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons.
14. Suburban - bulk port in the south of Sakhalin Island in Aniva Bay.
Construction started in 2003 year, technical launch in July 2007 year.
At the moment, the port has an 4 berth with a length of 951 meter and an 2 terminal:
- oil terminal (December 2008)
- terminal for transshipment of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) (February 2009)
15. Varandey - oil terminal on the coast of the Barents Sea (Varandey village).
It consists of a stationary offshore ice-resistant offloading pier (SLOPT) weighing 14000 tons and a height of 64 meter installed at a distance of 22 km from the coast at a depth of 17 meters, and a tank farm connected to the pier by pipelines.
Construction started in 1999, 1-th stage - August 2000, 2-th stage - June 2008.
Also, oil terminals were built in the ports of Novorossiysk (Yuzhnaya Ozereevka settlement, launched in October 2001 of the year) and De-Kastri (Sea of Japan, Chikhachev Bay, launched in October of 2006 of the year).
Novorossiysk - 2 remote mooring facilities (TLU), located at a distance of 4.6 and 5.2 km from the coast to receive tankers with deadweight up to 150000 tons.
DeKastri - remote single-point berth (GP) "Falcon", located at a distance of 5.5 km from the coast to receive tankers with a deadweight of 100000 tons.