Trawler Dmitry Kozharsky for Atlantrybflot went on sea trials in the Baltic Sea
The head trawler processor of the KMT02.02 project "Dmitry Kozharsky" (serial No. 950), built at the Vyborg Shipyard (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has went out for sea trials in the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea.
According to the Corporation, during the trials, all systems and installations of the vessel will be checked, as well as the compliance of real indicators with design characteristics. The vessel "Dmitry Kozharsky" was laid down at the Vyborg Shipyard on November 1, 2018.
The Ice3 class trawler with hull reinforcement up to Arc4 class and the latest generation trawl complex is designed for bottom fishing. Onboard equipment has a fishing and freezing capacity of up to 100 metric tons per day, as well as combined holds for seafood with a capacity of up to 2375 cubic meters
Technical characteristics of the vessel:
- length - 80.4 m,
- width – 15.4 m,
- draft – 6.51 m,
- displacement – 5563 tons,
- power plant capacity - 4.64 MW.
About the vessel
- The vessel "Dmitry Kozharsky" was laid down at the Vyborg Shipyard on November 1, 2018. It is being built for Atlantrybflot JSC (part of the FOR group).
- PJSC Vyborg Shipbuilding Plant (part of JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation) is one of the largest shipbuilding enterprises located in the North-Western region of Russia. Since its foundation (1948), the yard has built about 250 vessels for various purposes, 9 offshore drilling platforms and 105 modules of the upper structures of platforms for oil and gas development. The total displacement of the ships built is 1.55 million tons.