Icebreaking Supply Vessel Gennadiy Nevelskoy delivered at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard
Arctech says it has finalized the first of four vessels commissioned by SCF Group for operation at the Sea of Okhotsk. The ship started its voyage from Helsinki to the Sakhalin Island on Sunday 5th March.
The ship was named after a famous explorer of the Russian Far East, Gennadiy Nevelskoy, and it has been built according to the latest international standards for the safety of operation and protection of environment.
The series of the four icebreaking offshore vessels has been developed and designed by Arctech Helsinki Shipyard. The now delivered ice-breaking platform supply vessel Gennadiy Nevelskoy will be followed by three icebreaking stand-by vessels. These three stand-by vessels will have a slightly smaller deadweight, but offer the same icebreaking capacity with enhanced functionality and a higher accommodation capacity, than Gennadiy Nevelskoy.
All the four vessels will be used for year-round delivery of supplies and consumables to offshore platforms, transporting personnel and for performing standby and ice management duties near the platforms. The vessels will also be outfitted for integrated environmental protection and rescue operations.
NB 511 Gennadiy Nevelskoy Icebreaking platform supply vessel
Gross Tonnage: 8.400
Net Tonnage: 2.500
Power: 21 MW
Propulsion: 13 MW
Length, overall: 104,4 m
Breadth: 21 m
Speed in 1.5 m level ice: 3,0 kn
Design draft: 7,60 m
Maximum draft: 7,90 m
Deadweight: 3.000 ton
Lifesaving appliances (total): 70 persons
Number of Crew and Special personnel: 28 + 42 persons
Number of cabins: 45 pcs
Classification: Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
KM(*), Icebreaker6, AUT-1, OMBO, FF3WS, DYNPOS-2, ANTI-ICE, ECO, Winterization(-35), Supply vessel, Oil recovery Ship, Special purpose ship.