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    Post  Scorpius Sat Dec 12, 2020 2:10 pm

    Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector - Page 6 D3d3LmFvb3NrLnJ1L3VwbG9hZC9pYmxvY2svM2M1L1VTQ19Lcl9Tb3Jtb3ZvXzEuanBnP19faWQ9MTM4MDM1
    Another cargo ship of the RSD59 project.
    Sorry, I've already lost count - it's either 23* or 24* from 2018.
    *Initially, I thought that these numbers were 30 or 31, but 23 was indicated directly in the news. In total, up to 60 such bulk carriers should be built (at the moment there are firm contracts for 49 and 11 more are options).

    technical characteristics of the RSD59 project

    Self-propelled dry cargo vessel with two cargo holds, with two full-turn VRK, sea and mixed "river/sea" navigation "Volga-don max" class.

    The vessel is intended for transportation of General and bulk cargo, packaged lumber, round timber, scrap metal, metal in bundles and rolls, large, long and heavy cargo, coal, dangerous goods and category "B" cargo.

    Navigation areas: sea areas corresponding to a restricted navigation area, with a wave height of 3% of 7.0 m, with a distance from the place of refuge of no more than 100 miles and with an acceptable distance between places of refuge of no more than 200 miles, inland waterways of Russia, subject to restrictions, including the VBWW (Volga-Baltic waterway) and VDSC (Volga-Don shipping channel).

    Main characteristic:

    length-140.88 m,
    width-16.98 m,
    side height-6 m,
    deadweight river / sea-5128/7535 t,
    cargo hold volume-11292 m3,
    number of holds-2,
    draught river / sea-3.6/4.53 m,
    autonomy, day-20/12.

    Ship's class: KM Ice2 R2 AUT1-ICS CONT (deck, cargo holds Nos.1.2) DG(bulk, pack)

    The RSD59 project was developed by Marine Engineering Bureau - design SPb.The working design documentation of the vessel was made by the Volga-Caspian design Bureau.

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    Post  Scorpius Sat Dec 12, 2020 2:35 pm

    Zvezda shipbuilding complex and the research fleet Department of the far Eastern branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences have signed a contract for the construction of two multifunctional research vessels of an unlimited navigation area.

    The contract was signed within the framework of the decision of the Russian Government, which determined SSK Zvezda as the sole executor of the order provided for by the Nauka project. Such vessels have not been built in Russia for several decades, and updating the research fleet is an important state task. The design of the vessels has already been developed by the Lazurit Central design Bureau.

    The purpose of the new vessels is to conduct fundamental and applied research in the World ocean areas, including hydrometeorological measurements, measurement of magnetic, gravitational, electric and thermal fields, biological and environmental studies, high-resolution geological and hydrographic surveys of the bottom, selection and analysis of rock and bottom sediment samples using underwater equipment, and environmental monitoring. A wide range of measurements will be carried out using the most modern onboard and towed equipment, and NIS laboratories will be able to process the received data in real time.

    The Arc4 ice class of vessels allows them to independently overcome annual ice up to 0.6 meters thick in winter and spring navigation and up to 0.8 meters in summer and autumn. The vessels will be 122.5 m long and have a displacement of 8130 tons. They will be able to stay in Autonomous navigation for 50 days and make transitions with a range of 7,500 miles. Helipads are provided on the vessels.

    https://www.rosneft.ru/press/news/item/204325/

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    Post  George1 Sun Dec 13, 2020 3:47 pm

    The composition of the Russian marine civilian fleet

    The PоrtNews web resource has published data on the composition of the Russian civilian marine fleet. The data on the presence of the marine fleet were obtained by processing the database of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, the database of the Russian International Register of Vessels provided by FSUE Morsvyazsputnik, and statistical form No. 53-M (court) “Information on the presence of sea vessels in the Russian Federation”. Storage tanker Umba of VLCC class with deadweight of 300 thousand tons RPK Nord LLC and an Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Skuratov moored at its side, Gazpromneft Marine Bunker LLC.

    The marine fleet includes transport vessels (carriage of goods and passengers), support (icebreakers, rescue vessels, bunkering vessels, bilge water collectors, pontoons, etc.), fishing and research vessels.


    The sea transport fleet controlled by Russian shipping companies, as of 01.02.2020, is:

    - the fleet of Russian shipping companies registered under the Russian flag - 1,176 vessels with a total deadweight of 7.7 million tons;

    - the fleet of Russian shipping companies registered under foreign flags - 247 vessels with a total deadweight of 14.7 million tons.

    Data on the fleet of Russian shipping companies registered under foreign flags were obtained by processing information from open and commercial sources (official websites of the companies, Equasis and Sea-Web databases).

    The total number of vessels in the marine transport fleet controlled by Russian shipping companies, as of early 2020, is 1,423 vessels with a total deadweight of 22.4 million tons, of which 65.7% of the tonnage is operated under foreign flags. Compared to 2019, there has been a slight increase in the number and tonnage of vessels in the sea transport fleet: by the number of vessels (+ 2%), by the deadweight (+ 3.0%).

    At the beginning of 2020, 1,454 vessels with a total deadweight of 7.0 million tons were registered in the Russian International Register of Vessels, of which the sea transport fleet has 771 vessels with a total deadweight of 6.1 million tons, over the past 10 years, since the adoption of FZ-305, the total deadweight such vessels increased by more than 3.8 times.

    The navy under the flag of Russia can be conditionally divided into three parts: sea vessels, river-sea navigation vessels and passenger ships.

    Marine vessels - 296 vessels with a total deadweight of 4.7 million tons (26% by number and 64% by deadweight).

    River-sea navigation vessels - 833 vessels with a total deadweight of 2.5 million tons (74% in terms of quantity and 36% in terms of deadweight).

    Passenger ships - 47 units.

    In general, according to the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, there are 425 shipping companies in Russia, including 71 companies (17%) with sea vessels.

    Analysis of the structure of the domestic fleet in terms of ship assignments allows us to note the following.

    The dry cargo fleet includes 18 container ships with an average age of 17 years, 11 bulk carriers with an average age of 14 years, 9 railway ferries with an average age of 30 years, 144 refrigerated vessels with an average age of 30 years, 542 universal vessels with an average age of 25 years, 47 passenger ships of an average age 33 years.

    349 tanker vessels with an average age of 16.8 years.

    There are 8 container ships with an average age of 17 years and 35 bulk carriers with an average age of 17 years in the fleet under foreign flags, controlled by Russian shipowners. However, the most modern are 138 tanker ships with an average age of 12 years.

    There are 10 of the largest shipping companies in Russia (by deadweight): PJSC Sovcomflot, LLC LC Volga, LLC RPK Nord, PJSC North-West Shipping Company, JSC Rosnefteflot, LLC Gazpromneft Shipping, LLC Novograin, Volga Shipping Company Shipping Company, Palmali LLC, Pola Rise LLC.

    In February 2020, JSC "Shipping Company" Volga Shipping Company "was reorganized by joining PJSC" North-Western Shipping Company "and JSC" North-Western Fleet ".

    The project of LLC LK Volga is an offshore transshipment complex (RPK) in the area of ​​Cape Filinsky in the Kola Bay, intended for transshipment of crude oil from Varandey. The deadweight of the storage tanker "Kola" is 309 thousand tons, length - 335 m, width - 58 m. The project has been implemented since January 2018.

    RPK Nord is an offshore transshipment complex based on the Umba floating oil storage facility. Storage tanker Umba with a deadweight of 300 thousand tons was installed in the Kola Bay in January 2016. RPK Nord is designed to transship crude oil from the Prirazlomnoye field and the Novoportovskoye field in Yamal.

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    Post  owais.usmani Wed Dec 16, 2020 9:48 am

    https://www.aoosk.ru/press-center/news/na-baltiyskom-zavode-zalozhat-novyy-ledokol-1/

    On December 18, the laying ceremony of a new serial nuclear icebreaker of Project 22220 will take place at the A berth of the Baltic Shipyard. It will receive the name Chukotka and will become the fifth nuclear-powered icebreaker in the series. The customer of the vessel is FSUE Atomflot (an enterprise of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom).

    The name of the new icebreaker continues the naming tradition of Rosatomflot ships, according to which the names are chosen from the geographical names of the objects of the Northern Sea Route or repeat the names of the legendary Soviet nuclear-powered icebreakers of the Arctic type, decommissioned.

    Due to the difficult sanitary and epidemiological situation in St. Petersburg associated with the spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), the circle of invited guests will be limited.

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    Post  Hole Wed Dec 16, 2020 9:28 pm

    Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector - Page 6 10022_10
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    The next ship from Zvezda

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    Post  GarryB Thu Dec 17, 2020 4:51 am

    Nice.

    Those azipods and props are designed so that if the ice is really thick it can reverse into the ice with the azipods pointing with its blades forward facing the ice chopping it up like a blender to improve its ability to sail through thicker ice and render the ice chunks down so other ships can sail through too....

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    Post  medo Thu Dec 17, 2020 1:01 pm

    Hole wrote:Russian Civil Shipbuilding Sector - Page 6 10022_10
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    The next ship from Zvezda

    Russian navy should order two such supply icebreakers as well to supply their arctic bases. They could only modify frontal part to instal helipad.
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    Post  JohninMK Wed Dec 23, 2020 9:07 pm

    Really good long article. Its not an icebreaker so this was the logical place for it. What a shape! Yes, that is the bow. Smile

    As part of the country’s ever-increasing focus on the Arctic region, Russia has launched a new Arctic research vessel, named the North Pole. The Project 00903 ship is described as an “ice-resistant self-propelled platform” and is intended to drift through the waters of the frozen north, conducting geological, sonar, geophysical, and oceanographic surveys. It is also far from pretty.

    The vessel’s distinctly egg-shaped hull, constructed from special high-durability steel, stems from its requirement to deal with light ice, being propelled along at a speed of around 10 knots. This ship is not an icebreaker, however, and its reinforced hull is designed to be better able to shrug off ice rather than plow through it. Instead, its overall design has been optimized for endurance and autonomy.


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    Post  GarryB Thu Dec 24, 2020 4:48 am

    It is essentially a science outpost... fully self contained community of people doing all sorts of science in the arctic, containing living areas for the crew, but also labs and equipment to do science onsite... you would just go to a particular area and drop anchor and then use boats and hovercraft and helicopters and subs to do all sorts of science including monitoring and testing over a much longer period than if they were in a normal ship.

    Looks rather cool too...

    Note the title link says it is the ugliest ship they have seen... but imagine the alternative... finding some ice nearby and putting buildings with problems with sewerage and water supply and power supply and the mess that would be made and have to be cleaned up when they left.

    With this platform they can use modern toilets and process waste properly, and of course they leave no mess behind yet can be comfortable and warm for extended investigations of several months at a time...

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    Post  LMFS Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:25 am

    If it was Murican it would be coolest thing, taken from a sci-fi movie and what not. It is not allowed in the West to talk about something Russian without making it clear how much you hate them, basically.

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    Post  PapaDragon Thu Dec 24, 2020 7:06 pm

    LMFS wrote:If it was Murican it would be coolest thing, taken from a sci-fi movie and what not. It is not allowed in the West to talk about something Russian without making it clear how much you hate them, basically.

    Even comment section thinks it's stupid opinion

    When even comment section on TheDrive thinks that article is stupid you know it's stupid

    Also, expeditions on this ship will be multinational just like ones on ice floes were

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    Post  Scorpius Thu Dec 24, 2020 8:39 pm

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    On December 22, 2020, the third multi — purpose dry cargo ship «Astrol-3» (construction number 5908) was launched for «Astrol». The customer is PJSC «State Leasing Transport Company», the lessee is the shipping company «Astrol».
    One more RSD59 project now.


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    Post  Scorpius Thu Dec 24, 2020 8:44 pm

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    22 December 2020 Nevsky Shipbuilding-Shiprepair plant handed over head utility project PV22 ship "Admiral Nevelskoy" (building number 221) from the Arctic category ARC4 for communication of Sakhalin and the Kurils. The customer is JSC "Sakhalinlizingflot".

    The vessel is designed to carry 146 passengers in cabin accommodation, general cargo, containers (including refrigerated) and cars. With a draft of 5.00 m, the deadweight is about 1830 tons. The vessel has the capacity to transport 24 containers, including 8 refrigerated and 6 passenger cars on deck. Cargo is placed in the hold with a volume of 895 cubic meters and on the deck, including dangerous goods in packaging. For cargo operations, including on an unequipped shore, a cargo crane with a lifting capacity of up to 30.5 tons is installed with a boom reach of 12 m to 18 m.

    The length of the vessel is the largest-75,00 m. Overall width — 16.00 m. The height of the board is 6.70 m.
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    Post  Scorpius Thu Dec 24, 2020 8:49 pm

    News list for November 2020:

    03.11.2020 In the Khabarovsk Territory, police officers received two new boats

    03.11.2020 The new diesel-electric icebreaker "Viktor Chernomyrdin" was transferred to Rosmorport.

    09.11.2020 On weapons of the civil code of the RK "CRIMEA-SPAS" has received a new boat.

    12.11.2020 On the NW "Severnaya Verf" launched a longline processor " Marlin"

    12.11.2020 At the Sevmorzavod, the pontoon of the left side of the PK-700 sea floating crane was launched

    12.11.2020 On the NW" Red Barricades "launched a cargo pontoon project GRPN" Beluga-2"

    14.11.2020 The 17th serial new patrol boat "Raptor" was accepted into the Russian Navy.

    16.11.2020 The first dry cargo ship of the RSD59 project "Astrol — 1" was commissioned for the company " Astrol"

    17.11.2020 Krasnoe Sormovo plant handed over Alfa Atlant dry cargo ship to PJSC GTLK"

    20.11.2020 Patrol boat project 04190 Karelian search and rescue service.

    21.11.2020 The new hydrographic boat of the 19920 project "Alexander Makorta" was accepted into the Northern Fleet.

    21.11.2020 The Odintsovo rocket ship of Project 22800 was accepted into the Baltic Fleet.

    24.11.2020 A new landing boat of the type "BK-16" was accepted into the Baltic Fleet.

    25.11.2020 The large hydrographic boat "Alexander Firsov" of project 23370 G was accepted into the Black Sea Fleet.

    27.11.2020 New patrol ship "Pavel Derzhavin" is accepted into the Black Sea Fleet

    27.11.2020 The third new trawler-seiner "Vasily Kaplyuk" was delivered to the customer in Kaliningrad"

    30.11.2020 Emergency Rescue Service of the Northern Fleet commissioned the boat "Pavel Simonov" project 23040.

    30.11.2020 Sevastopol rescuers received a new boat model " Alliance 6.4"

    30.11.2020 Two search and rescue boats became part of the auxiliary forces of the Pacific Fleet.

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    Post  Scorpius Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:11 pm

    News list December:

    01.12.2020 Onega SSZ laid down a crab ship of the cca 5712LS project
    01.12.2020 "Okskaya Shipyard" handed over the dry cargo ship "Astrol-2" of the RSD59 project
    01.12.2020 The tanker "Ocean Prospect" of the Aframax type was laid down at the Zvezda shipyard

    03.12.2020 Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Rosmorport" and JSC "Onega Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant" (OSSZ) signed the act of acceptance and transfer of the self-propelled grunt-removal scow "Morskaya" of the NV600 project.
    03.12.2020 Krasnoe Sormovo plant and STLC signed a bilateral act of acceptance and transfer of the dry cargo vessel of the RSD59 project "Alpha Mercury"
    03.12.2020 At the Lotos production site of the Southern Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Center (Astrakhan region) two dredgers of project 93.159 were laid.

    04.12.2020 Nefteflot Shipyard (Samara region) laid the third marine passenger vessel of the PV20S project (one-day cruise ships).
    04.12.2020 At the Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex in Primorsky Krai, the first tanker-shuttle "Valentin Pikul" of the AST69K project of the reinforced ice class ARC6 with a deadweight of 69,000 tons was laid.

    10.12.2020 Red Barricades Shipyard (Astrakhan region) delivered cargo pontoons "Beluga-1" and "Beluga-2" of the GRPN project.

    11.12.2020 On December 11, at the Krasnoe Sormovo plant (part of the USC), a dry cargo ship of the RSD59 project "Vladimir Latyshev"was launched. The vessel was the third in a series of nine dry cargo ships of the RSD59 project for Alfa LLC.
    11.12.2020 The first Russian oil tanker of the Aframax type — "Vladimir Monomakh" - was transferred to the customer, JSC"Rosnefteflot".

    15.12.2020 At the Zvezda shipyard in Primorsky Krai, the first multifunctional supply vessel of the reinforced ice class Icebreaker 7 "Katerina Velikaya"is launched from the slipway. This is the lead vessel in a series of four vessels for Rosneft.

    16.12.2020 Baltic Shipyard has laid the next nuclear icebreaker project 22220 (LK-60YA), already the fifth in the series and the fourth serial.

    18.12.2020 On December 16, two amphibious small vessels "Nerpa All-terrain vehicle"were transferred to the administration of the Vorotynsky municipal district.
    18.12.2020 Admiralty Shipyards (part of USC) launched an ice-resistant self-propelled platform (LSP) on December 18) The North pole of project 00903, which is being built by order of the Federal service for Hydrometeorology and environmental monitoring (Roshydromet).
    18.12.2020 In Vladivostok, the first crab ship built in the Far East "Okhotsk"was launched.
    18.12.2020 On December 18, at the Vympel shipyard, the laying of the border patrol ship of the 4th rank of the project 03050 code "Гюйс"(Jack) factory No. 01414 took place. This is the sixth boat in the series, which is being built by JSC " GCC "Vympel" in the interests of the Border Service of the FSB of Russia.

    23.12.2020 On December 23, the ceremony of raising the Naval flag on the BDK of Project 11711 "Pyotr Morgunov" was held at the Yantar shipyard. The ship was accepted into the Russian Navy.

    24.12.2020 On December 22, 2020, the Nevsky Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant handed over the lead cargo and passenger vessel of the PV22 project "Admiral Nevelskoy".
    24.12.2020, the third multi — purpose dry cargo ship of the RSD59 project "Astrol-3"was launched at the Oka Shipyard.


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    Post  Hole Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:01 pm

    It seems the hard work and money the russian government put into the shipbuilding sector is paying off. Contrary to what some members here think. You need time and money to do this and Russia didn´t have western investors and shipbuilding companies do this for her (like some asian country). If the commies hadn´t stolen all the money in the 80´s and 90´s (they were called reformers in that decade) the whole process would have gone faster.

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    Post  LMFS Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:37 pm

    Hole wrote:It seems the hard work and money the russian government put into the shipbuilding sector is paying off. Contrary to what some members here think. You need time and money to do this and Russia didn´t have western investors and shipbuilding companies do this for her (like some asian country). If the commies hadn´t stolen all the money in the 80´s and 90´s (they were called reformers in that decade) the whole process would have gone faster.

    Completely agree, people that think revolution solves everything but hard, sustained work is useless are people that have probably not achieved much in their life. Frenzied rage is destructive by nature, building anything demands time and care.

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    Post  Big_Gazza Fri Dec 25, 2020 10:55 am

    JohninMK wrote:https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/38332/russias-new-long-endurance-arctic-research-vessel-might-be-the-ugliest-ship-weve-seen

    Ugly? Pfftt... I think either of the following could win that award, but its unlikely the twats at The Drive will ever be honest enough to admit it.

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 25, 2020 11:29 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    JohninMK wrote:https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/38332/russias-new-long-endurance-arctic-research-vessel-might-be-the-ugliest-ship-weve-seen

    Ugly?  Pfftt...  I think either of the following could win that award, but its unlikely the twats at The Drive will ever be honest enough to admit it.
    How dare you insult these pinnacles of British naval architecture. On Christmas Day as well No



    Laughing Laughing Laughing

    I think 'functional' is the word.

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    Post  kvs Fri Dec 25, 2020 8:43 pm

    The retards at The Drive do not even understand the function of this ship. It is not meant to cut through the waves but to sit
    locked in the ice like a floating apartment building.

    Form follows function.

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    Post  JohninMK Fri Dec 25, 2020 9:31 pm

    kvs wrote:The retards at The Drive do not even understand the function of this ship.   It is not meant to cut through the waves but to sit
    locked in the ice like a floating apartment building.  

    Form follows function.  
    They made that clear in the article. They even described what is in effect its predecessor, a piece of ice.
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    Post  GarryB Sat Dec 26, 2020 7:21 am

    Compared to other research stations it should actually be rather more comfortable and sensibly organised with a wide variety of equipment and systems...

    Even just the view from the top out over the ice will be much better for observations and readings.

    Lets look at some other research stations:

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    Post  GarryB Sat Dec 26, 2020 7:24 am

    And a comparison with this self contained mobile Russian research platform...

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    Which has a helicopter landing pad large enough for very big helicopters (often shown with Mi17 class helicopters so it should be able to handle Mi38s as well as smaller aircraft...).

    The Two enormous cranes on each side would allow things to be raised and lowered to and from the ice including the hovercraft pictured but presumably also land vehicles and boats and also equipment and even submarines....

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    Post  Scorpius Sat Dec 26, 2020 2:01 pm

    On December 25

    The second hydrofoil passenger vessel (SPC) of project 03580 "meteor 120R" was laid at the production site of JSC "TSKB for SPC named after R. E. Alekseev"in the Chkalovsky district of the Nizhny Novgorod region:
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    At the Northern shipyard in St. Petersburg, the acceptance certificate of the Corvette "Gremyashchy" project 20385 was signed:
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    At the Novoladozhskaya shipyard in the Leningrad region, a marine trawler of the GM 3.02 project was laid down:
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    The Oceanographic research vessel "Evgeny Goriglejan" of project 02670, which is being built for the Main Directorate of deep-sea research of the Ministry of defense of the Russian Federation, was launched at the Kaliningrad Baltic shipyard "Yantar":
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    Post  kvs Sat Dec 26, 2020 5:42 pm

    Regarding the "world's ugliest ship", the sea ice conditions in the Arctic Ocean are becoming progressively worse in terms
    of stable ice. In the past, one could put temporary structures on the ice in winter. You can still do that now, but
    it is becoming more dicey. A floating, dedicated platform to replace "tents" or portables is a big improvement.

    But as usual we have "Russia fail" as the one-note Johnny BS coming from the precious west.

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