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SpetsSudoProect

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The main type of activity of Spetssudoproect CJSC is the developing of engineering design, sheer, production and operational documentation for the building of ships and shipboard equipment manufacture.
Spetssudoproect CJSC has obtained all the necessary licenses and certificates from Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS), Russian River Register (RRR) and Russian Military Register to carry out design engineering.
Spetssudoproect CJSC is equipped with hi-end hardware as well as state-of-the-art software, including ENOVIA, CATIA, FORAN, AVEVA.
Spetssudoproect CJSC offers its profound experience in the design of cargo carriers, tug boats, tug/barge towing arrangements, passenger vessels, industrial ships, and auxiliary ships.

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Tug boats and tug/barge towing arrangements:
 — Engineering drawings and production documentation for the hull of DAMEN harbor tug (LR) – 3 ships were built;
 — Engineering drawings for the hull, production documentation for the parts of DAMEN harbor tug (LR, RMRS) – 1 ship was built;
 — Detailed design and production documentation for azimuth dock tug, capacity 1500 kW LU3 (RMRS) – approximately 49 vessels were built;
 — Detailed design and production documentation for azimuth dock tug, capacity 3000 kW LU3 (RMRS);
 — Detailed design and production documentation for azimuth push tug, capacity 1500 kW IIISP (RMRS) – 2 vessels were built;
 — Detailed design and production documentation for push tug, capacity 1800 kW R2-RSN (RMRS) – 3 vessels were built;
 — Technical design project for 7300 TWD maritime pushed tug/barge arrangement (RMRS) – 2 tugs and 4 barges undertook the retrofit;
 — Technical design project for harbor tug, capacity 880 kW R1 (PMRS) – 6 vessels were built;
 — Technical design project for 4000 TWD pushed tug/barge arrangement (RRR) – 6 tugs and 10 barges under construction.

Cargo carriers:
 — Engineering drawings and production documentation for Volzhskiy-type carriers (RMRS) retrofit;
 — Engineering drawings and production documentation for 005RSD03 combined navigation motor freighter with 5400 t deadweight (RMRS);
 — Projects and production documentation for deadweight cargo pontoons – Ems pontoon 2 and Ems pontoon 6 (GL);
 — Conversion project of “Cyclone” motor freighter into the fuel vessel (RRR);
 — Conversion project of “ST802” motor freighter into the fuel vessel (RRR);
 — Cargo-capacity increase project of “ST764” motor freighter (RRR);
 — Technical design project, design drawings and production documentation for the hull of Project 42 “R2-RSN” deadweight cargo barge – 2 vessels were built.

Passenger vessels:
 — Project design, production documentation and building set-up for Phoenix passenger vessel (RRR);
 — Retrofit project for Moskovskiy-type motor vessel (RRR);
 — Conversion project for “ST801” motor vessel and “ST630” motor vessel into self-propelled restaurant vessels (RRR);
 — Technical design project, design drawings, production documentation and building set-up of motor boat for rivers and canals of Saint-Petersburg;
 — Technical design project, design drawings, production documentation for passenger motor vessel for rivers and canals of Saint-Petersburg (RRR).

Auxiliary ships:
 — Logistical transport vessel, displacement ab.9500 t, class RMRS KM Arc4 [1] AUT1 DYNPOS-2 EPP BWM (E-S) Supply Vessel – technical design project and production documentation. 1 vessel built, 3 under construction.
 — Middle marine tanker, deadweight ab. 9000 t, class RMRS KM Arc4 [1] AUT1 VCS IGS-NG CCO Oil tanker (ESP) — technical design project and production documentation. 1 vessel built, 5 under construction.
 — Marine self-propelled floating crane, capacity ab. 150 t, class RMRS КМ Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane — technical design project and production documentation. 11 vessels built, 8 under construction.
 — Multipurpose shipport service, deadweight ab. 1000 t, class RMRS КМ Ice3 R2 AUT1 Oil tanker (>) ESP, Bilge water removing ship — technical design project and production documentation. 4 vessels built.
 — Small marine tanker, deadweight ab. 1500 t, class RMRS КМ Arc4 [1] AUT1 EPP Oil tanker — pre-contract work to determine the cost of construction. 4 vessels under construction (planned).
Patrol Vessels:
 — Coastguard vessel, displacement ab.1400 t, class RMRS KM Arc4 [2] AUT 1-C — technical design project and production documentation. 2 vessels built, 4 under construction.

CJSC «Spetssudoproect» fulfills whole vessel design works:
 — Classification design;
 — Detailed design;
 — Production documentation (part drawings, bending templates, nesting).
 — Hi-end software lets us to carry out a documentation based on a high precision 3D model of a vessel and to provide actual information for all parts of the vessel at all stages of design or production.

The use of specific purpose software allows:
 — To realize 3D design all vessel’s system into a single model of a vessel.
 — To develop workshop drawings based on a 3D model of a vessel.
 — To provide high quality development of pipe sketches and control programs for bending machines.

TUGS AND PUSHER-BARGE SYSTEMS

Oil Tanker Pusher-Barge System with a Carrying Capacity of 5000 t
Class KM R3-RSN Oil tanker
Basic functions: transportation of oil cargo, including oil and petroleum products with a flashpoint of vapor below 60°C.
Length overall~139.3 m
Beam~16.85 m
Draft by load line — 3.6/3.79 m
Barge
Class KM R3-RSN Oil tanker
Length overall~110.81 m
Beam~16.85 m
Draft by load line — 3.6/3.79 m
Tug/Pusher
Class KM R3-RSN Ice2 AUT3 Tug
Basic functions: Towing and pushing barges with a lifting capacity of about 5,000 tons with all types of oil cargo, including oil and petroleum products with a flashpoint of vapor below 60°C.
Length overall~34.65 m
Beam~9.5 m
Draft by load line — 3.5 m

Marine Pusher-Barge System with a Carrying Capacity of 5000 t
Class KM R3-RSN Oil tanker
Basic functions: transportation of oil cargo, including oil and petroleum products with a flashpoint of vapor below 60°C.
Length overall~135.8 m
Beam~16.4 m
Draft by load line — 3.47/3.8 m
Barge
Class KM R3-RSN Oil tanker
Length overall~104 m
Beam~16.4 m
Draft by load line — 3.47/3.8 m
Tug/Pusher
Class KM R3-RSN Ice2 AUT3 Tug
Basic functions: Towing and pushing barges with a lifting capacity of about 5,000 tons with all types of oil cargo.
Length overall~32.1 m
Beam~9.5 m
Draft by load line — 3.5 m

Marine Pusher-Barge System
Class KM R2-RSN (4,5)
Basic functions: cargo transportation to ports and port stations located in coastal areas and on shallow rivers.
Length overall~117.8 m
Beam~16.96 m
Draft by load line — 3.6/4.6 m
Barge
Class KM R2-RSN (4,5)
Length overall~99.6 m
Beam~16.96 m
Draft by load line — 3.6/4.6 m
Tug
Class KM R2-RSN (4,5)
Basic functions: pushing and short-time towing of barges.
Length overall~25.09 m
Beam~10 m
Draft by load line — 3.5/3.55 m

Pusher-barge system for inland waterways with sea navigation areas
Class M3.0 (ice 10) A
Basic functions: transportation of bulk, general, timber and oversized cargo, containers and class 9 dangerous goods.
Length overall~115.59 m
Beam~16.5 m
Draft by load line — 3.6 m
Barge
Class M3.0 (ice 10) A
Length overall~97.49 m
Beam~16.5 m
Draft by load line — 3.6 m
Tug
Class M3.0 (ice 10) A
Basic functions: pushing and short-time emergency towing of barges.
Length overall~25 m
Beam~10 m
Draft by load line — 3.36 m

MARINE TANKERS
Small Marine Tanker
Class KM R2 Arc4 [2] AUT1 Oil Tanker (>60°) ESP

Basic functions: loading, storage and transportation of liquid cargo to vessels, transportation of dry cargo, oily waste and sanitary sewage water receiving from ships,
dry garbage and food waste receiving from ships.
Length overall~50 m
Beam~14 m
Draft by load line~5 m
Deadweight — 1700 t

Medium Marine Tanker
Class KM Arc4 [1] AUT1 VCS IGS-NG CCO Oil tanker (ESP)
Basic functions: loading, storage and transportation of liquid cargo, dry cargo, foodstuff, naval stores and technical supplies.
Length overall – 130.15 m
Beam — 21 m
Draft – 7.2 m
Deadweight~9000 t

Large Marine Tanker
Class KM Arc5 [1] AUT1-ICS VCS IGS-NG CCO Helideck-H Oil tanker
Basic functions: loading, storage and transportation of liquid, dry, and other types of cargo, cargo transfer to ships at sea and at anchorage.
Length overall~185 m
Beam~25 m
Extreme draft~9 m
Deadweight~17500 t

TUGS
Tug
Class RS KM III LUZ А3 Tug
Basic functions: towing and canting works in ports, on raids and in coastal areas.
Length overall — 25.4 m
Beam — 8.8 m
Engine capacity — 746 kWt
Bollard pull – 10-27 t

Tug
Class KM Ice2 AUT3 Tug
Basic functions: pushing and towing barges at sea, berthing operations in harbours, marine towing.
Length overall – 32 m
Midship beam – 9.7 m
Engine capacity – 2×1193 kWt
Bollard pull – 30 t

Marine Tug
Class KMIce2 R3-RSN AUT3 Tug
Basic functions: towing and pushing barges with all types of oil cargoes, including oil and petroleum products with a flashpoint of vapor below 60°C.
Length overall – 30.8 m
Midship beam – 9.5 m
Engine capacity – 2×746 kWt
Bollard pull – 10 t

Marine Tug
Class KM R1 AUT3 Tug
Basic functions: non-self-propelled objects towing, piloting vessels along port water areas, berthing works.
Length overall — 25.2 m
Beam — 8.72 m
Engine capacity – 2×441 kWt
Bollard pull – 10 t

Marine Tug
Class KM Arc4 [1] AUT1 DYNPOS-2 Supply vessel
Basic functions: loading, storage and transportation of dry cargo and fresh water to shore and to vessels in anchorages, towing operations, rescue of ships in distress.
Length overall — 95 m
Beam — 22 m
Draft by load line~8.5 m
Bollard pull – 100 t

Marine Tug
Class KM Arc4 (1) AUT1 FF3WS EPP Tug
Basic functions: marine towing of ships, floating objects and facilities in ice and on clean water, piloting vessels along port water areas, berthing works.
Length overall~61.65 m
Beam~15 m
Engine capacity~5000 kWt
Bollard pull – 70 t

A TYPICAL RANGE OF SELF-PROPELLED HOPPER BARGE WITH A CARGO HOLD CAPACITY OF 500-1100 M3
Hopper Barges with Bottom-Discharge Device

Volume of the hold along the upper edge of the coaming of the cargo hold, m3 523 600 785 916 1100
Class RS KM Ice 1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper
Length overall,  m 51.0 56.5 62 67.5 78.5
Breadth overall, m 11.4
Breadth at the waterline, m 11.2
Depth on the middle, m 4
Draft by load line, m ~3 ~3 ~3 ~3 ~3
Displacement at draft by load line, t 1380 1540 1730 1900 2200
Deadweight at draft by load line, t 810 958 1050 1240 1522

 

Unfolding Half-Hulls Barges

Volume of the hold along the upper edge of the coaming of the cargo hold, m3 656 790 930 1100
Class RS KM Ice 1 R3-RSN AUT3
Length overall,  m 55.3 58.8 66.3 74.8
Breadth overall, m 11.4
Breadth at the waterline, m 11.2
Depth on the middle, m 4
Draft by load line, m ~3 ~3 ~3 ~3
Displacement at draft by load line, t 1600 1790 1970 2678
Deadweight at draft by load line, t 1000 1090 1300 1767

 

SUPPLY VESSEL
Class KM Arc4 [1] AUT1 DYNPOS-2 Supply vessel
Basic functions: loading, storage and transportation of dry cargo and fresh water to shore and to vessels in anchorages, towing operations, rescue of ships in distress.
Length overall — 94.8 m
Beam — 22 m
Draft by load line — 8.5 m
Deadweight~4300 t

PIPELINE HOPPER DREDGER BASED ON TYPICAL RANGE OF SELF-PROPELLED HOPPER BARGES WITH CARGO HOLD CAPACITY OF 500-1100 M3
Class KM Ice1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper dredger

Basic functions: to maintain the selected depths of water areas and ways to sea ports in order to ensure safe navigation.
Length overall~56.5 m
Beam~11.2 m
Full load draft~3 m
Volume of the hold~600 m3
Dredging depth – under 15 m

PATROL VESSEL
Class KM Arc4 [2] AUT 1-С
Basic functions: transportation of automotive vehicles (trucks under 44 tons and cars under 3.5 tons) and passengers.
Length overall — 70.845 m
Beam – 10.1 m
Full load displacement – 1326.25 t

OIL SKIMMER
Class KM Ice3 R3 [1] AUT3
Basic functions: effluent gathering, floating trash collection, and emergency oil spill response.
Length overall~25 m
Beam~8 m
Mean draft by summer waterline~1.85 m
Deadweight~90 t
Oil skimming facilities: skimmers for petroleum gathering from water surface with the ability to pump the surface water.

RIVER PASSENGER VESSEL
Class KM O 2.0 (ice 20)
Basic functions: passenger transportation, short-time river cruises, corporate recreation, presentations and other entertainment activities.
Length overall~73 m
Beam~11 m
Draft by load line~1.95 m
Number of passengers — 200
The vessel is equipped with the LNG power plant.

CAR-AND-PASSENGER FERRY
Class KM Arc4 [2] AUT1 BWM(E-S) Ro-ro passenger ship
Basic functions: transportation of automotive vehicles (trucks under 44 tons and cars under 3.5 tons) and passengers.
Length overall~180 m
Beam~25 m
Draft by load line~5.5 m
Passenger carrying capacity – 350
Number of cars — 200

MULTIFUNCTIONAL RESEARCH SHIP
Class KM Arc4 [1] AUT1-ICS OMBO DYNPOS-2 ECO-S Special purpose ship HELIDECK-H
Basic functions: implementing fundamental and applied research projects in the World Ocean including physical, chemical, biological, meteorological, geological, geophysical and other types of research, integrated and advanced studies.
Length overall~125 m
Beam~23.5 m
Draft~7 m
Number of crew and scientific staff~100

The vessel is equipped for:

  • hydrometeorological survey;
  • sea water sampling and storage;
  • analysis of sea water samples and sea water parameters measurement results;
  • working with submersible scientific equipment;
  • gravity analysis, magnetic, electric and thermal field measurement;
  • bioresearch;
  • bioecological investigation;
  • geological and hydrographic survey (geological mapping) of the sea bottom;
  • sampling and analysis of sea bottom soils;
  • analysis of field measurements;
  • field measurements transfer to scientific organizations.

SELF-PROPELLED FLOATING RESTAURANT
RRR Class  R1.2 (ice 10) A
A restaurant complex on the water (“River Palace” and “River Palace-2” double-deckers) was created on the basis of used dry cargo vessels built in 1960s.
Length – 70.15 m
Beam – 11.2 m
Draft — 2.15 m

FLOATING DOCKS
Class KM R3 Floating dock
Basic functions: dock repairs of icebreakers, supply vessels, tankers, LNG tankers and other marine objects.

Carrying capacity ~5000 t ~10 000 t ~18 000 t
Dock floor length ~120 m ~150 m ~155 m
Beam ~39 m ~41 m ~46 m
Maximum operating depth ~13.3 m ~14.3 m ~19 m

DREDGERS
Marine Backhoe Dredger
Class KM Ice1 R3-RSN AUT3 Dredger
Basic functions: precise mining for off-shore facilities, cleaning and dredging ship channels and roadsteads, 1-7 difficulty classes excavation, of previously destroyed hard rock debris, cleaning up littery territories, sand and gravel extraction, as a base of hopper barges’ supply with fuel, foodstuff and fresh water, as a repair depot.
Length overall~50 m
Beam~16.9 m
Draft~2.5 m

River Backhoe Dredger
Class KM Ice1 R3 AUT3 Dredger
Basic functions: precise mining for off-shore facilities, cleaning and dredging ship channels and roadsteads, 1-7 difficulty classes excavation, of previously destroyed hard rock debris, cleaning up littery territories, sand and gravel extraction, as a base of hopper barges’ supply with fuel, foodstuff and fresh water, as a repair depot.
Length overall~45 m
Beam~16.9 m
Draft~2 m

Unloader
Class KM Ice1 R3 AUT3 Dredger
Basic functions: timber, shaped metal roll and scrap metal reloading by clamp hook, loose goods reloading by grab, scrap metal and metal plates by magnetic grab, cleaning and dredging ship channels and roadsteads by grab, cleaning up littery territories, sand and gravel extraction by grab, as a repair depot.
Length overall~48.5 m
Beam~16.6 m
Draft~1.6 m

Dredger based on Self-Propelled Hopper Barge
Class KM Ice1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper dredger
Basic functions: to maintain the selected depths of water areas and ways to sea ports in order to ensure safe navigation.
Length overall~85 m
Beam~16 m
Draft~4.6/5.5 m

FLOATING CRANES
Floating Crane with cargo lifting capacity of 150 t
Class КМ Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane
Basic functions: all types of lifting operations (raid equipment installation, cargo loading onto ships), cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~52.2 m
Beam ~22.8 m
Cargo decked ~200 t

Floating Crane with cargo lifting capacity of 150 t
Class КМ Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane
Basic functions: all types of lifting operations (raid equipment installation, cargo loading onto ships) – increased capacity of cargo loading/unloading to/from high-sided vessels, cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~52.2 m
Beam ~22.8 m
Cargo decked ~200 t

Floating Crane with cargo lifting capacity of 200 t
Class КМ    Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane
Basic functions: all types of lifting operations (raid equipment installation including heavy items, mounting and construction of hydrotechnical installations and onshore berthing facilities), cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~52.2 m
Beam ~22.8 m
Cargo decked ~200 t

Floating Crane with cargo lifting capacity of 250 t
Class КМ    Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane
Basic functions: all types of lifting operations (raid equipment installation including heavy items, mounting and construction of hydrotechnical installations and onshore berthing facilities), cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~52.2 m
Beam ~22.8 m
Cargo decked ~200 t

Floating Crane with cargo lifting capacity of 300 t
Class КМ Ice2 [1] R3 AUT2 EPP CCO Floating crane
Basic functions: all types of lifting operations (raid equipment installation including heavy items, mounting and construction of hydrotechnical installations and onshore berthing facilities), cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~52.2 m
Beam ~22.8 m
Cargo decked ~200 t

AUXILIARY ICEBREAKER
Class КМ Icebreaker6 [2] AUT1-ICS FF3WS EPP HELIDECK Special purpose ship
Basic functions: icebreaking operations in port water areas and around, ships escorting, as well as during the spring-and-fall period in shallow areas of arctic seas and river mouths, towing ships and other floating objects in ice and on clear water, rescue works, containerized cargo transportation on deck.
Length overall ~90 m
Beam ~24 m
Load waterline draft ~6.5 m

FISHING VESSELS
Small fishing vessel
Class: KM Ice3 R1 AUT1 Fishing vessel
Basic function: to conduct fishing in the coastal zone with a purse, snurrevaad, pelagic trawl to supply raw products to shore enterprises or to transfer them to fish processing vessels.
Length overall ~ 28 m
Breadth overall ~ 9.5 m
Draft ~ 5 m

Basic fishing vessel
Class: KM Ice3 R1 AUT1 Fishing vessel
Basic function: to conduct fishing in the coastal and economic zone with a purse, snurrevaad, pelagic trawl to supply raw products to shore enterprises or to transfer them to fish processing vessels.
Length overall ~ 34 m
Breadth overall ~ 9.5 m
Draft ~ 5 m

Big fishing vessel
Class: KM Ice3 R1 AUT1 Fishing vessel
Basic function: to conduct fishing in the coastal and economic zone with a purse, pelagic and bottom trawl to raw products to transfer raw products to fish processing vessels.
Length overall ~ 50 m
Breadth overall ~ 12 m
Draft ~ 5.5 m

Fishing Trawler for expeditionary and autonomous types of fishery
Class: KM Ice3 R1 AUT1 Fishing vessel
Basic function: to conduct fishing in the coastal and economic zone with a purse, pelagic and bottom trawl to raw products to transfer raw products to fish processing vessels.
Length overall ~ 86 m
Breadth overall ~ 17 m
Draft ~ 6.2 m

FLOATING HOUSE
Designed for comfortable dwelling of a small group of people (up to 10). May be used as a premium class floating hotel. The house has boat berthing places.
The design of this object allows its towing within the water areas of grade R of the Russian River Register.
Length overall ~18 m
Beam ~15 m
Draft ~0.6 m

FLOATING HOTEL
The project may be used in areas highly popular among tourists and when holding international events and championships causing skyrocketing of tourist flow. The floating hotel allows to economize on new hotel building. After the events’ close, it can be transferred to any other location where its usage will be reasonable and profitable.
The design of this object allows its towing within the water areas of grade R of the Russian River Register.
Length overall ~65 m
Beam ~13.5 m
Draft overall ~2.5 m
Height overall~15-16 m
Number of standard double cabins – 64
Number of lux double cabins – 4
Number of semi-lux double cabins – 4
Restaurant seating capacity – 70-80

FLOATING GAS STATION
Class: KM R3 (О 2,0 Ice 30)
Basic function: bunkering ships with liquefied natural gas.
Length overall ~35.7 m
Beam ~16 m
Draft overall ~1.95 m