The second harbor tugboat that was built under the T410 project has been launched into operation at the Nibulon shipyard.
The company announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
"Outfitting work on the harbor tugboat began immediately after it was launched, including installation of main engines manufactured by Scania (Sweden) and propellers manufactured by DTG Propulsion BV (Netherlands)," the statement said.
According to the statement, the T410 project involves production of harbor tugboats that are designed to tow non-self-propelled vessels with up to 3,000 deadweight tons, create caravans of non-self-propelled vessels, conduct mooring operations, transport cargoes in shallow waters, and service non-self-propelled equipment and other floating facilities.
The vessel has a length of 15.45 meters, a width of 6.70 meters, a depth of 1.85 meters, a draft of 1.20 meters, a displacement of 80 tons, and a speed of 5-7 knots.
As the CFTS portal reported, the first vessel to be produced under the new project T410 - a harbor tugboat - was launched at the Nibulon shipyard on May 2.