23040G hydrographic boat is designed in accordance with the technical requirements
of the Navy High Command and is intended for surveying the bottom and examining
navigational hazards at depths of up to 400 metres, as well as for surveying the
relief with a single-beam echo depth-sounder at depths of up to 2000 metres.
boat is a steel single-deck self-propelled boat, with a transom aft end, with
an aft working deck arrangement, with an aluminum superstructure in the middle
part and a wheelhouse, with an aft arrangement of the engine room and cargo hold.
To increase maneuverability, the boat is equipped with a two-shaft propulsion
system with fixed-pitch propellers, a bow thruster and is able to move at low
speeds of 4-6 knots. The boats of this project also have a modern integrated bridge
system, which provides the helmsman with all the necessary information from the
bow and stern control panels.
Large Hydrographic Boat Vladimir Kozitsky
laid down on 17 May 2018 at the Nizhegorodsky Teplokhod Shipyard, Bor, (yard No.1203),
launched on 20 September 2019, commissioned on 19 June 2021 and assigned to the
Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (12 kts)|
|Propulsion:||2x337 hp diesels,
2 fixed pitch propellers, 1 bow thruster|