tug of project 90600 is intended for towing and berthing operations in harbor,
off-harbour and coastal areas which comply with R3 navigation area, refloating
of ships and vessels, fire fighting operations at floating and shore objects,
oil spill response activities, assisting operations in ports. The tug is equipped
with external fire fighting system made by FFS (capacity is 800 m3/h, 2 water
monitors, water curtains system). Deck equipment: bow electro-hydraulic anchor-towing-mooring
winch Fluidmecanica providing 10 t of bollard pull and 847 kN of brake holding
force; 60 t towing hook GMH with quick release device.
Project 90600 tugs
from Pella Shipyard bear many similarities to other standard ASD ship-handling
tugs and it is easy to overlook what Pella describe as the "distinguishing
features" of this class of tug which include: high manoeuvrability; high
level of automation and centralisation of control ensuring security and comfort
of piloting; operational reliability also in severe ice conditions; all-round
view from the wheelhouse; installation of equipment of world leading manufacturers;
comfortable compartments for work and rest and ease of operation and finally high
Tug RB-45 laid down at the Pella Shipyard, Otradny
(yard No.927), launched 31 May 2011, commissioned 06 October 2011.
the tug was transferred to the General Directorate of deep-sea research (GUGI)
of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, and renamed to Krab. Dipping
sonar and container with additional Korvet MK MPD-300 special equipment were added.
Now in service.
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|Propulsion:|| 2x1015 hp KTA
38 M1 diesels, 2x84 kW diesel generators, 2 rudder propellers|
2x300 m3/h fire monitors |