Nevsky Shipyard Snares Four
Russia’s Nevsky Shipyard and the Direction of State Contractor of Marine Transport Development Program signed a contract for the construction of 4 multipurpose small-draft salvage vessels of MPSV12 project.
Nevsky Shipyard got the right to conclude the given contract having won the open competitive tender. The Tender Committee announced the result of the tender on October 3, 2014.
The vessels are multipurpose small-draft salvage ships with two propellers, a reinforced ice class, a raked stem and cruiser aft end, a long two tier forecastle superstructure, a forward living superstructure and an engine room in amidship, with a diesel propulsion plant, two bow thrusters and one stern thruster, with ice category Arc 5
The vessel is intended for stand-by duty, rescue duty in areas of shipping, fishing, sea oil and gas fields according to the ship class; diving works at depth not more than 60 m, also diving works with underwater welding and cutting; fire fighting of burning fuel on water, oil and oil product spills response; search and inspection of underwater potential accident objects; and ROV of working class with depth up to 3000 m service, as well as various other uses.