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USC delivered to the customer an icebreaker "Murmansk"

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A ceremony was held at the Vyborg Shipyard (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) to hand over to the Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport of the Russian Federation the icebreaker project 21900М Murmansk, the blog bmpd.




The ship was built in cooperation with the Finnish company Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (100% owned by USC). The lead ship of this project "Vladivostok" was handed over to 9 agency in October 2015.

The contract for the construction of 3-x icebreakers project 21900M (LC-16) at the end of 2011 g, its cost 12,5 billion. Rub.

The icebreaker "Murmansk" (building number 509) was built at the Finnish shipyard Arctech Helsinki Shipyard in Helsinki. The construction of sections and blocks of the hull was carried out at the Vyborg plant and in Klaipeda with subsequent delivery to Helsinki. The vessel was formally laid at the Vyborg Shipyard 26 in December 2012, the launching of the vessel in the slipway (ascent in the slipway dry dock under construction) and the name of the icebreaker naming ceremony were performed at the Arctech Helsinki Shipyard 25 in March 2015 of the year, and removed from the slipboard Finnish shipbuilding of the shipyard 7 in March 2015 of the year, and was removed from the slide of the Finnish shipyard in the Shipyard 29 in March 2015 of the year, and removed from the slide of the Finnish shipyard of the Finnish Shipyard XNUMX in March XNUMX of the year, and removed from the slide of the Finnish shipyard in the Shipyard XNUMX in March XNUMX of the year, and removed from the slipway of the Finnish shipyard, the Finnish shipbuilding XNUMX April XNUMX of the year. Sea trials started on November XNUMX XNUMX of the year, ”the blogger informs.

According to the resource, icebreakers LC-16 16 MW power are “double-deck vessels with an elongated tank, with an average location of the engine room, with two full-turn steering wheels in the stern and thruster in the bow, with a residential superstructure biased to the bow, helicopter landing site in the bow and open deck in the aft. "

The areas of their exploitation are the Baltic Sea and the Arctic seas in the spring-summer period.

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PJSC "Vyborg Shipyard"
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  1. The black
    The black 28 December 2015 13: 25
    +8
    Well, to be honest, I must say that the ship was built by the Finns, and the USC was in the role of general contractor. repeat
    1. Jozhkin Cat
      Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 13: 30
      10
      Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (100% owned by USC). Roughly speaking, the Finnish branch of USC built a ship))
      1. The black
        The black 28 December 2015 14: 20
        +1
        I just said that the ship was built by Finnish workers and engineers, who owns the shares is another matter .... wink... all the more, how can one cooperate with what belongs to you? smile
        1. Kibalchish
          Kibalchish 28 December 2015 15: 04
          +4
          And I do not agree with you. Intellectual property belongs to USC, which means that everything that the Finns invent and build, belongs to USC i.e. Of Russia.
          1. aktanir
            aktanir 28 December 2015 15: 55
            0
            Of course, such news is always encouraging. But ... Nearly 13 billion for three civilian ships - rather small icebreakers. Over 4 billion! What can it cost so much ??? Cut budget funds on an industrial scale, not otherwise.
        2. anfil
          anfil 28 December 2015 15: 35
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          Not only Finnish workers participated in its construction.

          The sections and blocks were manufactured at the Vyborg plant and in Klaipeda, with subsequent delivery to Helsinki.


          The technical project 21900M was developed by the Baltsudoproekt Central Design Bureau, which is a subdivision of the Krylov State Scientific Center (until the fall of 2012 - the Academician A. N. Krylov Central Scientific Research Institute).

          Project 21900M (LK-16) is a modernization of the icebreaker of project 21900, technical and partly detailed designs of which were also carried out by the Baltsudoproekt Central Design Bureau. According to the project 21900 at the Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg, two icebreakers "Moscow" and "St. Petersburg" were built for FSUE "Rosmorport", which were put into operation in 2008-2009.
        3. Homo
          Homo 28 December 2015 15: 37
          +1
          Quote: Black
          who owns the stock question another

          In your opinion, all car factories in Russia (foreign) Russian because the Russians work there?
    2. Amurets
      Amurets 28 December 2015 13: 31
      +2
      Read carefully. 100% of the shares of the Finnish company are owned by USC.
    3. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 28 December 2015 13: 50
      0
      Is there a place for a container with "C"? repeat
    4. hartlend
      hartlend 28 December 2015 14: 26
      0
      Not a contractor, but a customer. More precisely.
    5. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 28 December 2015 17: 30
      0
      Quote: Black
      Well, to be honest, I must say that the ship was built by the Finns, and the USC was in the role of general contractor. repeat


      Who cares what the builders call themselves? Even if the Martians ...
    6. APASUS
      APASUS 28 December 2015 21: 35
      0
      Quote: Black
      Well, to be honest, I must say that the ship was built by the Finns, and the USC was in the role of general contractor. repeat

      This is a kind of maneuver against sanctions, as I understand it, Finnish diesel engines stand there. The hull was sculpted in Vyborg, and the equipment was in Helsinki.
  2. Sharky
    Sharky 28 December 2015 13: 32
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    Good news, but how many fly-oins are in this barrel of honey? First: why were some parts of the hull produced at the factories of "friendly" partners in Klaipeda? Feeding friendly Dalia? Secondly: a 16MW propulsion system, consisting of two rudders and a bow thruster. This means that two main engines are installed, most likely, somewhere around 8 kW. Who is the manufacturer? Wartsila? Rudders from whom? HRP? ... Auxiliary DGs from SAT? From domestic (high-tech) only soft on the bridge for navigation TRANSAS and that's it? Many questions ... Little information.
    1. Jozhkin Cat
      Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 13: 41
      +1
      Well, we don’t have the resources to do everything ourselves, netuu crying crying Stupidly, there are not enough people for the development of industries.
      I’m silent about engineering and engineering.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 28 December 2015 13: 51
        +3
        Quote: Yozhkin Cat
        UPO people are not enough for the development of production.
        I’m silent about engineering and engineering.

        people are fucking ... no one to work. the old people of my generation will "grunt", and yeah ... recourse
        1. Jozhkin Cat
          Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 13: 57
          +4
          no people, now all spheres are formed, the capacity is gained. but the production is empty, nobody wants to work with their hands. I’m always angry when taxi drivers who are healthy guys haunt the country, there’s no type of production, that’s not there, this is not. I’d like to hit sometimes angry And about pro, free cash register, generally silent, bottom bottom .....
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 28 December 2015 14: 44
            +1
            Quote: Yozhkin Cat
            I’m always angry when taxi drivers are healthy guys hauling the country, there’s no type of production,

            but we don't have it ... production, then, about a dozen large enterprises, destroyed to the foundation ... so hello to you, from the "taxi drivers", they would have broken you ...
            1. Jozhkin Cat
              Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 14: 57
              +4
              Of course not. Someone to work, and to find a normal one is not that a specialist, a person with a head, it is very difficult. And hello to you from the procurement workshop hi
              ps with a bunch of let them gather, one run they will be bored.
      2. Homo
        Homo 28 December 2015 15: 39
        +1
        Quote: Yozhkin Cat
        Well, we don’t have the resources to do everything ourselves, netuu

        To build a submarine and there are resources and people and engineers, but to build an icebreaker - no?
        1. Jozhkin Cat
          Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 15: 56
          +1
          By resources, I understood people in the first place. There is no technical possibility, all the shipyards are busy, and you cannot break the welder into 10 parts.
        2. avt
          avt 28 December 2015 17: 15
          +2
          Quote: Homo
          To build a submarine and there are resources and people and engineers, but to build an icebreaker - no?

          The USSR ordered icebreakers from the Finns, so why refuse then, especially if
          Quote: Kibalchish
          Intellectual property belongs to USC, which means that everything that the Finns invent and build, belongs to USC i.e. Of Russia.

          But in general, this news is no longer news - the website with it slowed down. By the way on ,, Made at the NASE today I read
          At the Nerpa shipyard, work was completed to restore the technical readiness and modernization of the B-336 Pskov nuclear submarine of Project 945A Condor. December 28, the updated ship went to its home base - Vidyaevo. This is the third warship that the Snezhnogorsk shipyards repaired this year.
          request Okay - the icebreaker is a non-core topic, but about the nuclear submarine it would be necessary to spread it more quickly.
          1. VALERIK_097
            VALERIK_097 28 December 2015 20: 06
            +1
            Note that “Pskov” also left without much fanfare, as before “Cheetah” and “Yauza”.
            "Yauza" - the truth is already lit up in the Bosphorus)))). Yes, I forgot))) In 2014, "Obninsk" was released into the seas.
            "Nerpa" - it looks like the most modest shipyard, escorts the ships through the quiet))))
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 28 December 2015 16: 24
      +3
      Quote: Sharky
      Secondly: 16MW propulsion system, consisting of two propeller-driven columns and a steering column in the nose. So two main power plants are most likely installed, somewhere around 8 kW. Who is the manufacturer? Wartsila?

      So with the Finns we have had close and close cooperation since the days of the USSR. They even helped us build a couple of nuclear icebreakers.

      And Vyartsilya is even on the naval support. By the way, "Krylova" and "Chiker" were also built in Finland.
      1. Sharky
        Sharky 28 December 2015 16: 35
        +1
        Greetings! Don’t tell me about close and close cooperation since the USSR ... Here is one of the most striking examples of recent times: Outskirts. How they shaved us with engines and turbines ...
        Today the Finns are friends, and tomorrow "the outpost of the European crap and the last line against the Russian aggression." So friendship, friendship ... And you have to put your internal combustion engine.
        1. Dikson
          Dikson 29 December 2015 06: 19
          +1
          Almost ALL the icebreaker fleet of the USSR, with the exception of nuclear-powered ships, was built in Finland, on Vyartsilya .. Why destroy half a century of relations with experienced and proven shipbuilders? True, in comparison with the old "Murmansk", which sailed along the Northern Sea Route more than once, the current one looks more like a port icebreaker ..
          1. Alexey RA
            Alexey RA 29 December 2015 10: 07
            0
            Quote: Dikson
            Almost the entire icebreaker fleet of the USSR, with the exception of nuclear powered ships, was built in Finland, on Vyartsilya ..

            In fact, the Finns were directly involved in the construction of our two nuclear submarines. wink
  3. bad
    bad 28 December 2015 13: 32
    +5
    Quote: Black
    Well, to be honest, I must say that the ship was built by the Finns, and the USC was in the role of general contractor. repeat
    .. The cruiser "Varyag" was built by the Americans in Philadelphia, and the immortal feat was performed on it by the Russian Sailors .. - the main thing is who will exploit ... something like that .. hi
    1. The black
      The black 28 December 2015 14: 22
      +1
      Well, this is undeniable, but it was only necessary to write that a Finnish company belonging to those that built one ....
  4. novobranets
    novobranets 28 December 2015 13: 53
    0
    The areas of their exploitation are the Baltic Sea and the Arctic seas in the spring-summer period.
    This, of course, is good. And does anyone know how things are with icebreakers for the Navy of the SF. It seems that information about the intention of the bookmark was slipping, and that's all, it's silent.
    1. The black
      The black 28 December 2015 14: 38
      +1
      it seems like it was laid down in April this year. When it goes into operation request
      1. novobranets
        novobranets 28 December 2015 17: 34
        0
        Well, at least the beginning has been laid, it’s already pleasing. hi
  5. nrex
    nrex 28 December 2015 14: 05
    +2
    Wherever it is built, it belongs to Russia. For example, the famous cruiser ,, Varyag ,, was built in the United States, so what?
    Who in the world does not consider him Russian, or did his feat become less valuable for Russian history?
  6. asiat_61
    asiat_61 28 December 2015 14: 05
    +2
    It is strange that the dates were built. Do we have everything overwhelmed with work? Is it not clear, or are they sawing again?
  7. lilian
    lilian 28 December 2015 14: 17
    0
    The Soviet pre-war leaders built Italy, were one of the fastest ships of their time.
    But that was the time of the country's development, then they themselves learned to do it. And now Russia is doing in the west, but is it studying? Are full-rotor throttle columns being developed, for example?
    1. Jozhkin Cat
      Jozhkin Cat 28 December 2015 14: 33
      0
      Che develop them when they are ready? I bought it, took it apart, copied it to a piece of paper, gave it to production with the words, urgently, a week. You put the most competent engineer on this and let him hoe how to make cheaper, faster, more technological, more powerful, more reliable, etc., etc.
      The Soviet Union at the time, very well, the industry spun this way))
    2. Amurets
      Amurets 28 December 2015 15: 22
      0
      Quote: lilian
      The Soviet pre-war leaders built Italy, were one of the fastest ships of their time.

      Of all the warships in Italy before the war, only the leader Tashkent was built; otherwise, Italy helped to design the ships. For the first cruiser of the project 26 "Kirov" supplied a power plant and 100mm anti-aircraft turrets "Minisini". "Novik"
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 28 December 2015 16: 30
        +1
        Quote: Amurets
        By the way, because of the Italian help, on the Northern Fleet the hulls of type 7 destroyers were broken, since the set of the hull was incorrectly calculated, which did not happen with the Novik-class destroyers.

        With the case - this is our jamb:
        In 1932, a delegation of shipbuilding designers headed by Nikitin visited Italy, and the set of drawings she brought to her from Maestrale formed the basis for a future project. Our designers borrowed the layout of the machine-boiler installation and the general architecture of the ship, however, domestic weapons, mechanisms and equipment forced in many respects to move away from the prototype. Actually, the contribution of the Italian colleagues was limited to the development of a theoretical drawing (Ansaldo firm) and model run in the experimental pool in Rome.
        (...)
        First of all, the riveted hull of the destroyer was made of low-manganese steel, which had increased strength, but also great brittleness. As a result, cracks from unsuccessful mooring (even when hitting a wooden beam), holes from fragments and bullets often appeared in the bodies of the “sevens”. In addition, a mixed dialing system was used in project 7 - mainly longitudinal, but laterally at the extremities. The places of transition from one set to another (the 44th and 173rd frames) did not have sufficient reinforcements, and the high concentration of stresses there, coupled with the fragility of the skin, sometimes led to the breaking of the hull - despite the fact that work to strengthen the ties of the set began even before the war.

        By the way, the Noviks also had a problem with the durability of the aft end - this was mentioned in the article in Gangut, dedicated to the disaster with the Crushing.
  8. Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 28 December 2015 14: 28
    0
    The ship was built in cooperation with the Finnish company Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (100% owned by USC). The lead ship of this project "Vladivostok" was handed over to 9 agency in October 2015.


    Well, Finns are so Finns, if necessary and appropriate. Ultimately, the ship will be operated in Russia, and they don't write anything about the sanctions. And if the Finns comply with the terms of the agreements in the context of the EU sanctions, this is only great, it means that not everyone in Europe has brains that are “stuck”.
    Well, something like that, colleagues, I took the situation, if something correct. hi
  9. TOZ-34
    TOZ-34 28 December 2015 17: 57
    0
    Read the customer’s name on the sides. Agency?
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 29 December 2015 10: 14
      0
      Quote: TOZ-34
      Read the customer’s name on the sides. Agency?

      This is not a customer. "Rosmorport" is a FSUE subordinate to the Agency, which is engaged in the operation of ICE.