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The keel of the ship for the connection of Kamchatka with the Kuril Islands laid at the Oka shipyard
At the Oka Shipyard in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, a keel of a cargo and passenger ship was laid to connect Kamchatka with the Commander and Kuril Islands. It should be completed in 2021.
The passenger-and-freight vessel of the project NE020.2 Anatoly Cherneev will be able to carry up to 34 passengers, 18 crew members and 780 tons of cargo, including dangerous ones. Its length is 75 meters, width - 13,5 meters. The construction of the ship will cost 1,3 billion rubles.
On board there will be 15 double cabins, a mother and child room, three double junior cabins and one lux. According to the press service of the Government of Kamchatka, bathrooms with a shower will be equipped in all residential passenger premises. There will also be a dining room, a relaxation room with a children's play area and a walking deck. The vessel is equipped with a crane to carry out cargo operations off the unequipped shore.
Build cargo and passenger ships to organize communications between Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Severo-Kurilsk with the Commander Islands in October last year instructed by the president Vladimir Putin.