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The Nagaev Bay began to be cleaned of sunken ships in Magadan

The Nagaev Bay began to be cleaned of sunken ships in Magadan
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In the Magadan Region, work has begun to clean up the water area from sunken ships. All property was transferred to the ownership of the region, now three vessels have been disposed of.

According to the press service of the government of the Magadan region, the bay was cleared of the ships "Seres", "Ling" and "Gusfar-1". This year it is also planned to dismantle the ship Mali, which will soon be moored at the Marchekan pier. The mooring field, the ships are sawn and shipped for processing.

First planned lift four ships, specifies the head of the region Sergey Nosov, but now the possibility of dismantling six ships is being discussed. After that, they will not interfere with the approach to the fishing port, and the authorities will be able to modernize the port itself. The final decision on the volume of recycled ships will be made by the Russian government.

In addition to the regional government, shipowners began to raise ships. The owner of the Neva is now putting the ship on a level side. But due to the large volumes of work, they will be finished only in 2022.

 

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