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A new ferry is being prepared for the descent to Sakhalin.
At the Amur Shipbuilding Plant is preparing to launch a new steam. The cargo ship will operate on Sakhalin at the Vanino-Kholmsk crossing.
The ferry with the height of a five-story house was named “Alexander Deev”. It has a reinforced ice class and is able to move in ice one meter thick. In addition, the giant is not as dependent on the weather as its predecessor, Sakhalin, which is now working on the line and anchoring at the slightest cyclone.
Three cargo decks of the vessel can accommodate up to 30 rail cars, 48 trucks and 28 cars. Alexandra Deeva promise to launch the first of August. It will be one of three ferries to be built for Sakhalin.