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Crabbolts launched in Primorsky Krai
The first crab catcher built in the Far East under the keel quota program was launched in Vladivostok. The vessel was named "Okhotsk" in honor of the first Russian city in the federal district.
According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory government, the ceremony took place on the Vostochnaya Verf embankment. Under the Keel Quota Program, the Russian government allocates quotas for the extraction of biological resources to companies that are ready to invest in the development of the fleet or fish processing facilities. As for the crab vessels, they need to be built at Russian shipyards.
According to the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Primorye Sergei Kalitin, this is the first of five crab catchers towhich will be built in the region... The program is designed until 2024. After the auction for the allocation of crab quotas, the winner must sharpen as many vessels as he has purchased. After the first such trades in October 2019, 35 lots were distributed, which replenished the budget of the Russian Federation by 142,4 billion rubles.
The laying of the Okhotsk crab catcher took place in 2019, the customer - Sigma Marine Technology Group of Companies will receive the vessel in September 2021. In addition to the Primorsky Territory, crab vessels are built and Khabarovsk shipyard.