The self-propelled floating crane of Project
605-K and Project 876 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 Northern
Fleet, Pacific Fleet and the Black Sea Fleet of
the USSR and later - the Russian Federation. In
total, more then 10 self-propelled floating cranes
of this type were built for the Navy.
Self-Propelled Floating Crane PK-30-100 was laid
down at the Gheorgiu Dej Hajogyar Shipyard (MHD
Angyalfoldi Gyaregysege), Budapest, Hungary (yard
No.1824), commissioned in 1959 and later was assigned
to the Black Sea Fleet with rename to PK-3100.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):
2x120 hp electric motors, 2 fixed pitch
propellers, 2x100 kW diesel generators,
2x100 kW diesel generators, 2x28 kW diesel