Yaroslavsky Shipyard lays down oil recovery vessel of Project Р2114 for Transneft
On 21 September 2018, Yaroslavsky Shipyard laid down an oil recovery vessel of Project Р2114 for AO Transneft Kama Region. According to the press center of the Yaroslavl Region Government, the ceremony was attended by the representatives of the customer and the Region’s Department for Investments and Industry.
The ship of more than 20 meters long and 6 meters wide is intended for oil spill response operations including those on inland water ways. The agreement was signed in February with the delivery scheduled for September 2019.
PAO Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant (Yaroslavsky Shipyard, managed by JSC FINSUDPROM) is located in the central part of Russia on the Volga River. The shipyard was incorporated in 1993. The company specializes in the construction of civil and naval ships with displacement of up to 3,000 tonnes and length of up to 75 meters.
The shipyard’s current backlog of state orders includes 16 ships including seagoing tugs, patrol boats, boom-laying launches and a border guard ship.