On November 22, the keel of the first of the ten non-self-propelled loading barges (page 4101) of the ROB20 project, commissioned by Paul Raise LLC (St. Petersburg), took place on the Oka Shipyard (part of UCL Holding).
Non-self-propelled loading barges are designed for transportation of petroleum products with a flashpoint of 61 ° C and above, the main cargo is fuel oil.
The project was developed by Marine Engineering Bureau LLC.
The contract for the construction of barges was signed on October 31, 2017.
The vessels are planned to be built and handed over to the customer in the first half of 2018.
|Overall length, m||118,79|
|Length between perpendiculars, m||117,90|
|Length according to KVL, m||117,775|
|Width overall, m||22,80|
|Width is calculated, m||22,60|
|Height of the side to the main deck, m||3,00|
|Trunk height, m||1,00|
|Board height, m||4,00|
|Deadweight at draft of 2.75 m, t||6013|
|Sludge tank capacity, m3||340|
|Capacity of cargo tanks, m3||6530|
|The maximum capacity of cargo tanks (include a settling tank No. 1 and a discharge shaft), m3||6860|
JSC "Oka Shipyard" is a modern shipbuilding enterprise as part of the VBTH division of the international transport group UCL Holding. The main activities of the enterprise are shipbuilding: oil-loading and dry-cargo medium-tonnage mixed vessels, container ships, special vessels, barges.
UCL Holding is an international transport group consolidating a number of Russian shipping, shipbuilding, railway, stevedoring and logistics companies. The group also includes the North-Western and Volga Shipping Companies, the company "VF. Tanker, shipbuilding and logistics assets