The non-self-propelled floating crane of Type PPEK-30 was designed for
lifting operations, fitting of chains and anchors of the floating berths, and
also for loading on warships and submarines of various weapons and cargo. Floating
cranes of this project served on the Baltic Fleet, Northern Fleet and the Black
Sea Fleet of the USSR and later - the Russian Federation. In total, six non-self-propelled
floating cranes of this type were built for the Navy.
Floating Crane PK-103030 was laid down at Vartsila, Turku, Finland, commissioned
on 1957 and assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
|Lifting capacity (tons):||30|