Multipurpose salvage vessel project MPSV07
|Length overall, m||73,0|
|Width overall, m||16,6|
|Service drafts, m||4,0 - 5,1|
|Capacity of power plant, MW||4|
|Full speed, knots||15|
|Bollard pull, t||70|
|Ship crew, persons||20|
|Places for survivors||81|
|Класс||КМ (*) Arc5  AUT1-ICS OMBO FF3WS DYNPOS-2 EPP Salvage ship|
|Russian Maritime Register of Shipping|
The project MPSV07 is developed by Marine Engineering Bureau-Design-SPb, JSC.
Nevsky Shipyard is building the series of four vessels according to the order of the Federal Marine and River Transport Agency of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation.
Multipurpose salvage vessel with unlimited navigation area of high ice class is intended for search and assistance to vessels in distress; for search, rescue and evacuation of people; for refloat from ground damaged vessels and their towing; fire fighting on vessels, fire fighting of fuel burning on water; oil spills response; performance of deep-water diving operations at the depth up to 300 m; survey of a sea-bottom and damaged objects on depth down to 1000 m.
To perform these purposes the vessel is equipped with diesel-electric power plant with 2 full-circle propulsion units’ total power of 4 MW and with 2 bow thrusters of 995 kW each.
The requirements of dynamic positioning DYNPOS-2 are satisfied for waves up to four points, wind speed up to 10 m/s and current up to 3 knots. The anti-heeling system is foreseen.
Special equipment including water curtain and drenching systems is installed on the vessel in accordance with the FF3 requirements for fire fighting.
Marine towages are provided by stern towing winch with bollard pull about 70 t with automatic and remote release.
Marine evacuation system is installed for people rescue from water surface.
The vessel is fitted out with onboard oil-gathering system and 2 boom laying boats for oil spills response.
2 cranes with lifting capacity of 20 t each and handling radius of 15 m are intended for lowering and lifting of boats, diving equipment and for handling of oil spill response equipment.
The vessels are intended to expand and renew state rescue fleet of State Marine Pollution Control and Salvage and Rescue Service of the Russian Federation (Gosmorspassluzhba).