The self-propelled floating crane of Project
V-02 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. Self-propelled floating
cranes of this project served on all fleets of
the USSR and later - the Russian Federation. In
total, omly six harbor self-propelled floating
cranes of this type were built.
Self-Propelled Floating Crane SPK-22/35 laid
down at the Budapest, Hungary (yard No.2508),
commissioned on November 1989 as civil floating
crane, with home port in Sevastopol. In 1990 the
floating crane was transferred to the Black Sea
Fleet wit rename to PK-128035.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):
||2x197 hp electric motors, 2
fixed pitch propellers, 1x530 kW diesel-generator,
1x100 kW DGR-100/750 diesel-generator