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"Leninets" for Kamchatka built in Kaliningrad

At the Baltic factory "Yantar" the first trawler for the fishing industry of Kamchatka

"Leninets" for Kamchatka built in Kaliningrad
Photo: Rosrybolovstvo
At the Yantar shipyard in Kaliningrad, a unique vessel built for the Kamchatka fishing enterprise Kolkhoz named after Lenin was launched. This is the first of the three state-of-the-art trawlers ordered by Kamchatka fishermen. The solemn ceremony was held 17 November with the participation of the Governor of Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin, the head of the federal fishery agency Ilya Shestakov, the authorities of Kaliningrad, representatives of the customer, shipbuilding plant and project organization.
“Today is a big holiday, we are launching the lead vessel from a series of three vessels - the seiner trawler Leninets, developed by a Norwegian designer by order of the Lenin Kolkhoz. We are opening a new page in the history of our company. In fact, we are implementing a new strategy for the development of civil shipbuilding on iron ", - noted the general director of the Yantar shipyard Eduard Efimov.
The trawler-seiner of the project SK-3101R "Leninets" was launched from the slipway "Burevestnik". Within the next stage of the work, the plant's specialists will equip the vessel with modern equipment necessary for effective fishing. There are no analogues of such a fleet in Russia yet. Leninets is a multifunctional vessel intended for the extraction of various types of aquatic biological resources, including herring and mackerel. Its equipment will allow fishing by bottom and pelagic trawls, snurrevedev and purse net. The length of the vessel is 50,6 m, the width is 12 m, the power of the main engine is about 2200 kW. The trawler will be equipped with powerful refrigeration units, which, when the catch is delivered to the shore, will keep the raw material of high quality up to 7 days. The customer will be handed over to the trawler at the end of 2018.
"The line of vessels that is being built on" Yantar "will be in demand not only in the Far East, but among fishing enterprises throughout Russia. The fact is that these vessels are universal. It has ample opportunities for fishing. They can work as trawls, snurrevedov, and a purse net. Almost all the objects of fishing in the Far East such vessels will be able to extract independently. We hope that in August of the year 2018 we will take the steamer, and in November it will start fishing in Kamchatka, "said the chairman of the Kolkhoz named after Lenin, Sergei Tarusov.
The Kamchatka enterprise was one of the first to start building a new fleet in modern Russia. Court of this type for domestic customers in the country did not build more than 20 years.
"The project is really unique, it gives an opportunity to work practically in the entire basin of the Far East and to deliver products without sacrificing its quality to the ports. Today, mining companies are opening new opportunities, including for placing orders for the construction of such vessels. Even the Kolkhoz named after Lenin intends to form another order, however, for vessels of another class, with other equipment. The renovation of the fishing fleet is in demand, and the introduced investment quotas in the fishing industry of this task will contribute, "said Vladimir Ilyukhin.
All three vessels ordered by the Kamchatka company on the "Yantar" must be surrendered until the end of 2019. The total cost of the project is about 4 billion rubles. This is one of the first projects in Russia, which claims to receive a new measure of state support - investment quotas. In the near future, the company plans to send a corresponding application to Rosrybolovstvo. Among the projects of the Kolkhoz named after Lenin - not only the fleet renewal, but also the construction of two powerful fish processing plants on the coasts of Kamchatka - in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and in Oktyabrsky settlement.
"Next year we hope to start working on another new project. These are forage trawling vessels, they are about the same functions, but a bit larger in size and displacement. In January-February, we plan to determine with the designers, "- said Sergei Tarusov.
Ilya Shestakov, the head of Rosrybolovstvo, noted that the introduction of investment quotas in Russia should stimulate the fishing industry to implement new projects in shipbuilding and build modern processing facilities. According to him, in recent years, the volume of extraction of aquatic biological resources in the country is growing. The construction of vessels of this class will increase the volumes and make the extraction of aquatic biological resources more efficient.
"If last year we broke the record for the last 20 years - almost 4,8 million tons were caught, then this year we are ahead with 2,5%. I think we will keep this dynamic. And we will beat one more record. This is really the success of our fishermen. If such vessels are introduced, then we will be able to bring volumes over 5 million, "Ilya Shestakov noted.
The record year for the volume of extraction of aquatic biological resources 2017 can become a year for Kamchatka. As of the end of November, Kamchatka fishermen have extracted more than 1 million tons.
“I think that this year we will be able to produce about 1 million 200 thousand tons. This is a very high figure. The fishermen of Kamchatka have not mined such a volume of biological resources since Soviet times. Therefore, I hope that this year will be a kind of breakthrough for the industry as a whole, that our fishermen will look to the future with confidence and invest in this industry, ”said Vladimir Ilyukhin.
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