Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant completed the series of six boom-laying boats
On 19 June 2018, technical acceptance of the fifth and the sixth boom-laying boats in the series of six vessels of Project А-40–2Б-ЯР, Kapitan Balashov and Kapitan Barabash, was held at Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant. According to the press center of Federal Marine and River Transport Agency (Rosmorrechflot), this marks the completion of the series intended for Marine Rescue Service of Rosmorrechflot.
The series is built under the contract with the Directorate of the State Customer in the framework the Federal Targeted Programme “Development of Russia’s Transport System in 2010-2020”.
Project А40-2Б-ЯР was developed by Agat-Design LLC in cooperation with Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant PJSC.
The boats 20.97 meters in length and 5.7 meters in width are intended for transportation and installation of boom guards in sea coastal search and rescue areas, to contain the spread of spilled oil products, to liquidate oil spills, to collect the spilled oil products into floating containers and their further towing to the reception points of shore or floating stations and also for the construction of oil-gathering orders.
PJSC Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant (Yaroslavsky Shipyard, managed by JSC FINSUDPROM) is located in the central part of Russia on the Volga River. The shipyard was incorporated in 1993. The company specializes in the construction of civil and naval ships with displacement of up to 3,000 tonnes and length of up to 75 meters.
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