Moscow Shipyard launches fourth multipurpose boat of MRV14 project for Rosmorport
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 | 14:44
Moscow Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Yard (Moscow Shipyard, part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) launched a multipurpose boat, the forth in a series of six vessels of innovative MRV14 project ordered by Rosmorport, the shipbuilding firm said.
The boat will be used to deliver the pilots, crews, and inspectors to the ships, surveys the navigable waterways, participation in rescue operations and perform other tasks.
The multipurpose boat of MRV14 project is a modern, powerful, economical, fast and highly maneuverable boat, which is a combination of modern design solutions and innovative shipbuilding technologies.
Fulfilling the USC plan on development of boats production, Moscow Shipyard in October 2011 commence the construction of a series of six multipurpose crafts of MRV14 project for Rosmorport. The boat is equipped with advanced Volvo Penta IPS 450 propulsion system.
JSC Moscow Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Yard (Moscow Shipyard) is one of Russia's oldest shipyards founded in 1936. Throughout the years the shipyard has built more than 1,800 vessels with a total overall length of more than 52,000 meters.
Moscow Shipyard is a part of United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) and is the largest Russian manufacturer of river passenger vessels and fishing boats. The company also specializes in building 25 and 50-m-long luxury yachts.
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