Project of a modern self-propelled floating crane. The self-propelled floating
crane of Project 02690 was designed by Spetssudoproect CJSC (St. Petersburg) 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. Almaz
Shipyard signed this contract for a series of the 02690 project cranes with the
Ministry of Defense in the spring of 2013. The keel for the first floating crane
of the project was laid on May 17, 2013. Self-propelled floating crane of this
project served on all fleets of the Russian Federation. In total, more than 10
self-propelled floating cranes of this type were built for the Russian Navy.
tug SPK-54150 laid down at the Almaz Shipyard, Saint Petersburg (yard No.910),
launched 31 August 2018, commissioned November 2019.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
|Propulsion:||2 azipods, 3x800