Okskaya shipyard will build a series of six trawlers for fishing company Variant
On 20 November 2017, Okskaya Sudoverf JSC (part of UCL Holding) signed a contract for construction of a series of six fresh fish trawlers of Project СРТР38М. According to the company, the ships will be built for Murmansk based Fishery Firm Variant (Variant JSC).
The contract price exceeds RUB 2 bln.
Vessels of Project СРТР38М are intended for bottom and variable-depth trawl fishing, primary processing of catch, transportation of cooled and refrigerated fish to ports.
Vessels of unrestricted navigation are designed for round-the-year operation in inland seas with an ability to operate in ice brush.
Class notation - КМ Iсе3 AUT3 Fishing vessel.
Key particulars: LOA – about 38.0 m; BOA – 9.0 m; main propulsion power – about 1,330 kW; power of auxiliary engine generator - 2х200 kW; speed – about 12.5 knots; hold capacity – about 340 cbm including cooled hold of about 280 cbm and refrigerated hold of about 60 cbm; gross tonnage - 300 t minimum.
Designed by Vostok Design Bureau of Shipbuilding & Shiprepair Technology Center JSC.
Okskaya Sudoverf is a modern shipbuilding enterprise, a part of the VBTH division of the international transport group UCL Holding. Okskaya Shipyard specializes in the construction of oil tankers and medium-tonnage mixed 'river-sea' class dry cargo vessels, containerships, special vessels and barges. In 2015, the Oka Shipyard became the second largest shipbuilding enterprise in Russia in terms of the total tonnage of constructed ships.
UCL Holding is an international transport group, consolidating a number of Russian shipping, shipbuilding, rail, stevedoring and logistics companies. UCL Holding also includes North-West Shipping and Volga Shipping companies, VF Tanker, a portfolio of shipbuilding and logistic assets.