The self-propelled floating crane of Project
771 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 Pacific Fleet, Northern
Fleet and the Black Sea Fleet of the USSR and
later - the Russian Federation. In total, only
four self-propelled floating cranes of this type
were built for the Navy.
Self-Propelled Floating Crane PK-32050 was laid
down 10 April 1964 at the Sevmorzavod No.201 named
after S.Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol (yard No.1),
launched 30 march 1965, commissioned 31 December
1966 and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):
|| 267 nmi
||2 electric motors, 2 fixed pitch
propellers, 3x100 kW diesel generators