Norway’s CRAMACO Enters Final Testing of Russian Trawler MIRAKH

Posted: December 14, 2014 in Econ 101, Sanctions on Russia Meaningless, Technology and Energy


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Russian fishing fleet takes delivery of a high-technology trawler

2014 December 8 10:26

The trawler MIRAKH constructed to RS class is ready for entry into active service in the northern latitudes, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping said in its press release.

The refrigerator trawler MIRAKH constructed at the end of November 2014 by ULJANIK shipyard (Pula, Croatia) will go to Norway for equipping with fishing equipment and trials.

The trawler design was engineered by Norwegian company СRAMACO A/S and tailored to Croatian shipbuilding standards. The trawler is designed for bottom and pelagic trawling and subsequent fish processing, freezing, storage, preserving and transportation. Sea endurance of the trawler is 30 days. The refrigerated cargo hold capacity exceeds 1 400 sq. m. The trawler hull sections were treated with zinc oxides at a high temperature in a specially constructed workshop to ensure corrosion protection.

The vessel was ordered by ZAO Murmanseld 2, Murmansk. RS class notation: КМ✪ Ice3 AUT1 REF Fishing vessel.
Main particulars:
Length: 63.85 m
Width: 13.5 m
Speed: 14.5 knots
Crew: 40

MIRAKH became the 56-th vessel constructed by the shipyard ULJANIK to RS class since 1963. Both the Croatian Party and the Customer emphasized their satisfactory cooperation with RS. A year earlier, the shipyard built another high-technology fishing ship TAURUS against order of another Murmansk company.


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