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The Pacific fleet has replenished on 12 ships and is awaiting the arrival of two more tugboats
In 2014, the Pacific Fleet has already received 12 vessels of various classes, and by the end of the year it is expected to add two more specialized vessels - the road tugs RB-406 and RB-407 of the auxiliary forces of the Kamchatka group.
The Pacific Fleet was replenished with two new anti-sabotage boats "Grachonok", two new boats "BGK-2151" and "BGK-2152", multifunctional tug boats for the auxiliary fleet. The arriving vessels have unique equipment, and some of them will be used in new survey work in the Arctic zone. According to the command of the Pacific Fleet, the receipt of these specialized vessels will have a positive effect on the efficiency of the fleet forces.
Yesterday, after successfully completing the assigned tasks, a detachment of ships from the Pacific Fleet returned to Vladivostok, consisting of the Ilim tanker, the Admiral Vinogradov large anti-submarine ship and the MB-37 sea tug.