Marine Rescue Service takes delivery of Bakhtemir, lead ship in a series of four multifunctional salvage tugs of Project MPSV12
On 16 May 2019, the Bakhtemir, lead ship in a series of four multifunctional salvage tug of Project MPSV12 (Hull No 1201) built by Nevsky Shipyard for Marine Rescue Service, was put into operation at Big Port St. Petersburg, say press center of Federal Marine and River Transport Agency (Rosmorrechflot).
Purpose of the vessel:
− stand-by duty, rescue duty in areas of shipping, fishing, sea oil and gas fields according to the ship class
− search-off and assistance for damaged vessels which are in distress
− rescue, ship-repair and dive works at depth not more than 60 m, also diving works with underwater welding and cutting
− towing service of damaged vessels and objects to shelter area, and also providing sea towing of vessels, floating objects and constructions in ice conditions and at open water
− firefighting of burning fuel on water, oil spills response service emergency oil and oil product spill
−search and inspection underwater potential accident objects
− search, rescue, evacuation and placing of people, providing first aid to injured persons
− providing assistance at firefighting at floating and coastal objects accessible from sea
− delivery and offloading of different cargoes including general cargo, off-shore containers, liquid cargo, etc.
− delivery of staff − ROV of working class with depth up to 3000 m service
Technical acceptance certificate signed for rescue tug Bakhtemir of Project MPSV12 built by Marine Rescue Service of Rosmorrechflot >>>>