2014 April 7 09:29

Laky Verf shipyard lays down high-speed boat of project 15MJ (photo)

On April 4, 2014, Laky Verf LLC (Shlisselburg, Leningrad region) laid down the high-speed boat of project 15MJ. According to the press center of Laky Verf, it is a new project for the company. 

The ceremony of keel-laying was attended by Vladimir Kasyanenko, Chairman of the BoD of North-Western Shipping Company OJSC, and Dmitry Atlashkin, head of the North-West department and state inspector of Gosmorrechnadzor. 

The multipurpose high-speed boat made of light-weight alloy can be used for diving, administrative, patrolling, inspecting, environmental, and general purposes within the coastal water area, large river mouth and at shallow waters of inland water ways of the Russian Federation as well as for pleasure voyages and fishing. 

The boat’s cruising range is 300 nautical miles, her stability meets the requirements of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping / State Inspection of Small Vehicles.

The keel-laying was held on the occasion of the 9-year anniversary of Laky Verf LLC.

Laky Verf is located at Nevsky Shipyard (Shlisselburg, Leningrad region) and has its own production facilities. From 2005 the company specializes in production of steel motor luxury yachts with exclusive design of the interior developed by the famous Dutch designers Guido de Groot and Frank Laupman. Since its foundation the company has built and transferred to the customers 6 yachts of 23M project. All 23.5-meter yachts successfully passed sea trials. The construction is supervised by Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.