Longline factory ship Marlin laid down by Severnaya Verf shipyard to feature 40% of local content
Local content of the longline factory ship Marlin recently laid down by Saint-Petersburg, Russia based Severnaya Verf shipyard will be as high as 40%, the shipyard told IAA PortNews. According to company’s statement, radio aids to navigation, refrigerating equipment, metal, pipes, fittings, cables, insulation and painting materials will be of domestic origin.
A longline factory vessel features high-technology and ecological fishing method with automated installation and hauling lines, with equipment for complete, non-waste processing and storage of the catch directly on board the ship. The longliner reference design documents was developed by Norway based Marin Teknikk AS. Detailed engineering, technological and operational documentation will be developed by a Russian naval architecture and marine engineering firm.
The vessel’s displacement is over 2,000 tonnes, length - 58.6 meters, width - 13 meters.
Severnaya Verf shipyard (corporate member of United Shipbuilding Corporation) is among leading shipbuilding companies of Russia’s defence industry. The company was founded on November 14, 1912, as Putilovskaya Shipyard. Since then the shipbuilding company has built more than 600 warships and commercial vessels, including cruisers, destroyers, minesweepers, patrol vessels and submarines destroyers, research and passenger vessels, timber cargo carriers, trawlers, container ships and Ro-Ro vessels, tugboats and floating docks. The shipyard’s backlog of orders currently includes the series of frigates, corvettes and other vessels.
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