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Rescue Tug SB-739
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug "SB-739"
 
Rescue Tug SB-739
 
 
Rescue Tug SB-739
Project 22870
 

The ship is intended for towing ships in distress, fire fighting on crafts, vessels, floating and shore facilities, water pumping and electricity supply to emergency vessels, evacuation and medical treatment of rescued people, diving works at depth down to 60 m, rescue and inspection operations as well as petroleum product recovery. The design is developed by OJSC DB “Vympel”.

Rescue Tug SB-739 laid down at the Zvezdochka Shipyard, Astrakhan (yard No.008), launched 02 August 2016, commissioned 16 January 2017.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:1200
Full load:1670
Dimensions (m):
Length:57
Beam:14
Draft:3,2
Speed (knots):14
Range:-
Autonomy (days):20
Propulsion:2x2720 hp KL6538-AS06 electric motors, 2 azipods, 2 bow thrusters, 3x1520 kW diesel-generators, 2x200 kW diesel-generators, 2x100 kW diesel-generators
Spec. equipment:

1 dive complex (1 pressure chamber) - 60 m, 3x500 m3/h fire monitors

Electronics:

-

Complement:26+36

 

 
       
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