Okskaya Sudoverf launches seventh barge of Project ROB20

05.09.2018
Shipbuilding and Repairs


On 24 August 2018, Okskaya Sudoverf shipyard  launched the seventh non-self-propelled barge of Project ROB20, Belmax 7, built to the order of PAO STLC.

The contract for construction of a series of barges was signed on 31 October 2017. The seventh sbarge was laid down on 26 April 2018.

Non-self-propelled tank barges of Project ROB20 are intended for transportation of petroleum products with a flashpoint of 610C and above. With their double sides and double bottoms the vessels feature an improved level of environmental friendliness. The barges will be operated on the Belaya, Kama and Volga rivers.

The ship’s class notation:   O 2.0 non-self-propelled liquid bulk carrier.

Key particulars:

LOA, m 118,79
Moulded length, m 117,90
Waterline length, m 117,775
BOA, m 22,80
Molded breadth, m 22,60
Depth to main deck, m 3,00
Depth of trunk, m 1,00
Molded depth, m 4,00
Draftm 2,75
Deadweight with draft of 2.75 m, t 6013
Slop tanks capacity, m3 340
Cargo tanks capacity, m3 6530
Maximum capacity of cargo tanks (including starboard slop tank No1 and adischarge trunk), m3  6860

 About Okskaya Sudoverf:

AO Okskaya Sudoverf is a modern shipbuilding enterprise, a part of VBTH division of the international transportation group UCL Holding. Okskaya Sudoverf specializes in the construction of oil tankers, medium-tonnage dry cargo vessels of mixed 'river-sea' class, containerships, special crafts and barges. In 2015, Okskaya Sudoverf became the second largest shipyard in Russia in terms of the total newbuilds’ tonnage.

Universal Cargo Logistics Holding (UCL Holding) is an international transportation group consolidating a number of Russian shipping, stevedoring, shipbuilding, railway and logistic companies: Freight One, Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg, Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg, Multipurpose Reloading Complex, Tuapse Commercial Seaport, Taganrog Commercial Seaport, Volga Shipping Company, North-Western Shipping Company, V.F. Tanker, Okskaya Sudoverf.

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