The acceptance act for the cargo-passenger vessel of PV22 project «Admiral Nevelskoy» was signed
On December 22th, 2020 an act of acceptance of a cargo-passenger vessel of PV22 project «Admiral Nevelskoy» was signed between the «Sakhalinnilizngflot» (Russia) and "Nevsky Shipyard".
The cargo-passenger project was developed by “Marine Engineering Bureau”.
Purpose of the vessel
- transportation of: ∙ passengers;
∙ general cargoes;
∙ containers (including refrigerated ones);
∙ private cars (on deck).
The vessel is equipped with cargo crane for cargo operations on non-equipped shore.
The vessel is intended for transportation between the Kurile Islands and between the island of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands.
New ship of Project PV22 is designed for transportation of 146 passengers as well as transportation of general cargo including refrigerated cargo and packaged hazardous cargo. The new concept offers higher maneuverability and improved icebreaking capacity as the ship’s design is based on rescue ship of Project MPSV07. The hold capacity is 895 cbm (vs 208-215 cbm of the existing ships). The ship is able to carry 24 containers (including 8 refrigerated containers) and 6 passenger cars.
Length overall, m 75.00
Length scantlings, m 69.72
Breadth overall, m 16.00
Length scantlings, m 15.50
Depth, m 6.70 L x B x H 75.00 x 16.00 x 6.70 = 8 040
For reference: Gennady Nevelskoy (November 23 (December 5), 1813, Drakino, Kostroma province - April 17 (29), 1876, St. Petersburg) - Russian admiral (1874), researcher of the Far East, founder of the city of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur. He proved that the mouth of the Amur River is accessible for sea vessels and that Sakhalin is an island.