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Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex to Build Two Research Vessels for Ministry of Education and Science

25 June 2020

Zvezda Shipbuilding complex is to build two research vessels within the framework of a Science project.

Zvezda shipyard has all expertise and technical capacities required for the building of vessels of Arctic class. The design of the vessels is carried out at the Lazurit central design bureau, the general designer of all vessels currently under construction at the shipyard.

The new multifunctional ships of unrestricted navigation are designed to provide the different scientific researches of fundamental and applied significance, including physical, chemical, meteorological, biological, geological, geophysical, and others in the global ocean.

The research vessels will allow conducting a wide range of sea environment parameters measurements with the help of equipment aboard and towed with a capacity of processing data in real-time. The vessels will also have laboratories for analysis of the probes of water, suspensions, and bottom settlings aboard.

The vessels will be built with the use of up-to-date technologies and equipped with the most advanced measuring means.

Note for Editors:

The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex is constructed by the Rosneft-led Consortium upon the instruction of President of Russia Vladimir Putin. The Shipyard’s order portfolio amounts to 39 vessels (59 vessels including options) at the moment. The Shipyard’s pilot throughput is provided for by Rosneft that placed an order for 28 vessels. Zvezda’s product line will include vessels of up to 350 tonnes displacement, components of marine platforms, ice-class vessels, commercial vessels for cargo transportation, specialty vessels, and other types of marine equipment of any complexity, characteristics and purposes, including those that had not previously been produced in Russia due to the lack of required launching and hydraulic structures.

Rosneft
Information Division
June 25, 2020