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In August, the first tanker produced by the Nakhodka Shipyard will be launched.

Two ice-class vessels with deadweight of 3 tons are being built at the Nakhodka shipyard in Primorye. One of them, called Sakhalin, is already preparing for launching, the press service of the regional administration reports.

Previously, there was no experience in the construction of ships of similar characteristics in the Far East. The Sakhalin tanker was laid down in 2012 by order of the state corporation Rosneft. It is designed to operate in ice conditions with a higher class of environmental safety and automation, fully complies with new international requirements for the transportation of petroleum products.

It is planned that the tanker will be launched on 8 August this year to complete the work. The handover of Sakhalin to the customer is scheduled for early 2015.

Main characteristics of the Sakhalin tanker

- length - 88,9 meters, width - 13,45 meters, side height - 7,9 meters, draft - 5,41 meters;

- crew - 15 people;

- deadweight - 3 100 tons;

- cruising range - 4 thousand miles, speed - 13 knots;

- appointment - reception, transportation and simultaneous delivery of up to 4 types of oil products.

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