OT type TUG:
Twin-screw pusher tug with a superstructure in the middle of the vessel and a wheelhouse pushed forward.
Designed for pushing and towing of non-propelled vessels of all types.
It is able to travel in broken ice.
Vessels are altered for work at sea and have a class of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS).
MB type TUG:
Transport twin-screw diesel tow with a tank and central location of the engine room.
It is designed for towing trains of dry cargo and liquid barges, and towing of other objects.
BTO type TUG:
Vessels of the BTO type (lake pusher tug) are twin-screw pushers with a developed tank and superstructure, equipped with a swivel bearing device (O-150T-8).
It is designed for the pushing of dry cargo and oil-tank trains and barges carrying petroleum products with a flashpoint above 60C with a total capacity of up to 8000 tons.
RT type TUG:
The vessel of 1741AM design belongs to a series of pusher tugs designed on the basis of river tugs of RT-600 type 1741A design.
A series of ships was built on the Tyumen Shipyard in 1991-1993 specifically for work in Spetsmorprovodka Company (expedition of special sea entries of riverboats) on the Don and Danube Rivers as auxiliary ships.
They have increased capacity, ice strengthening of the hull and are distinguished by modified windshields of the deckhouse providing a better view.Read more...
SUPPORT VESSELS, ANCHOR HANDLERS
Shallow-draught multipurpose supply ships of 1A ice class.
They have good maneuverability and traction force of about 70 tons.
Ships have class 1 dynamic positioning equipment.
The main function of Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel vessels is to haul, lay, retrieve and lift anchors of semi-submersible drilling platforms or pipe laying vessels.
Ships of this type also tow drilling rigs, lighters, and other vessels and floating facilities.