“The ship has already installed an electric power installation, continues the construction of the superstructure, testing the compartments for impenetrability, and processing the foundations for propeller steering columns. In May, the vessel is scheduled to roll out to an open slipway, assembled a wheelhouse, install two 138 propeller speakers each. In July, 2016, the launch of the vessel "Vsevolod Bobrov" is planned, "the release says.
It clarifies that the project was developed by the St. Petersburg KB "Spetssudoproekt".
“The logistic support vessel is intended for loading, storing, transporting and transferring dry cargo to the shore and various ships, as well as for towing support and assistance to the crews of ships and ships in distress. "Vsevolod Bobrov" has a high ice class ARC4, which gives him the opportunity to sail in the Arctic latitudes, "- noted in the information of the shipyard.
Outgoing work is continuing on another ship of the same project, Elbrus. At present, “equipment is being sewed and installed in residential and domestic premises, commissioning works on various units and devices, installation and hydraulic tests of general shipboard systems and power plant systems are being performed,” the message says.
According to the manufacturer, “The longest vessel length of the 23120 project is about 95 m; width - about 22 m; draft - about 9 m; full displacement - about 10 000 t; cruising range is about 5 000 miles; autonomy - about 60 days; crew - 27 people. During rescue operations, the vessel may be taken on board by up to an 43 person (including crew members). ”