Zaliv shipyard (Kerch, Crimea) will repair freight/passenger ferry Krym (photo)
Zaliv shipyard (Kerch, Crimea) says it will repair the freight and passenger ferry Krym which was placed in the shipyard’s dock on 25 November 2016.
The repair works are to be fulfilled within the shortest time to ensure the deployment of the ferryboat in early December.
The Krym can carry over 660 passenger and 160 vehicles.
As of today, the shipyard’s backlog numbers three orders and covers a period of a month and a half, says the statement.
Zaliv shipyard was put into operation in 1938. It is the largest enterprise in the Republic of Crimea and is among the largest shipyards in Russia. Joint Stock Company Shipyard Zaliv specializes in commercial shipbuilding, building of vessels for oil and gas sector, manufacturing of offshore structures and products of ship machine building. The shipyard’s facilities include a slip of 2,300 t in capacity and a 360 m x 60 m dry dock. The share of exports in total sales of the shipyard exceeds 95%. Major customers are Norway and the Netherlands.