According to the Morspassluzhba of Rosmorrechflot, on April 27, 2017, a "conventional" fire on the ship "Rubin" was extinguished by a multipurpose rescue vessel (MRV) with the capacity of 4 MW "Spasatel Kavdeykin" during exercises in Aniva Bay.
The exercises were carried out as part of a certification audit of the Sakhalin branch of the Morspasluzhba Rosmorrechflot, a professional rescue unit for the right to conduct emergency rescue operations related to fire extinguishing.
In the course of the work, representatives of the expert group of the Central Attestation Commission of Rosmorrechflot checked the conformity of the technical means declared in the statement with their actual availability, the serviceability of the fire and fire equipment. Practical actions of rescuers were checked during the conducted exercises on rendering assistance to the burning vessel in the Gulf of Aniva. The MRV with the capacity of 4 MW "Spasatel Kavdeykin" was used as a training ship, as a fire ship, SBS Rubin as a conditionally emergency vessel, as well as the emergency party of the Sakhalin branch of the FBI Morspasluzhba Rosmorrechflot in the amount of 9 people.
The extinguishing systems was involved by the crew of MRV "Spasatel Kavdeykin and with the help of gun muzzles a conventional fire was extinguished on an emergency ship "Rubin". Firefighting rescuers, having landed aboard the "Rubin", carried out reconnaissance, with the help of portable fire extinguishing agents liquidated the conditional fires of the fire, evacuated the victims. In general, the actions of the rescue unit and the MRV crew of the MPSV07 project "Spasatel Kavdeykin" received a good evaluation from the experts.
"Spasatel Kavdeikin" is a unique multifunctional salvage vessel by its equipment and available technology; it was built in 2013 by Nevsky Shipyard (Russia) by order of FSUC "State Customer Management of Maritime Transport Development Programs" of the Federal Agency of Maritime and River Transport of the Russian Federation. Vessel was built in behalf of "State Marine Emergency Salvage, Rescue and Pollution Prevention Coordination Service of the Russian Federation" (FBE SMPCSA). There are seven vessel had been built of this type.
The designer - Marine Engineering Bureau.