Deltamarin Ltd provides Arctech Helsinki Shipyard with machinery and hull design services for two Arctic icebreaking stand-by vessels. Russia’s largest shipping company Sovcomflot has earlier in 2014 ordered three so called stand-by vessels from Arctech for the Sakhalin region oil and gas field.
The ice-breaking stand-by vessels will mainly be used for rescue and oil spill recovery duties. They can also be used as supply vessels for cargo transfer. Deltamarin will assist Arctech by carrying out machinery design for the first vessel of the series and hull design for the two first vessels of the series.
The vessels will be operating in thick drifting ice for ice management and icebreaking in temperatures as cold as minus 35 C° and are able to proceed independently in as thick as 1.5 meter thick ice. The main dimensions are 95 m in length and 22 m in breadth.
The delivery of the vessels is planned between September 2016 and March 2017.
For more information please contact
Sales, cargo ships
Tel. +358 2 4336 453
Mobile +358 40 7006 905
Read more about Deltamarin special vessel designs here.
About Deltamarin Ltd:
Deltamarin is a ship design, offshore engineering and construction Group operating in the marine and offshore industries worldwide. The services include the full range of consulting, design and engineering as well as procurement, construction and installation. The Group employs around 400 experts in its own and associated companies located in Europe and Asia. Deltamarin is a subsidiary of AVIC International Maritime Holdings Limited.
About Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Inc:
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Inc. specializes in arctic shipbuilding technology, e.g. building icebreakers and other arctic offshore and special vessels. The shipyard is a forerunner in developing and applying technological innovations and has 150 years’ experience in shipbuilding. Arctech employs approximately 550 shipbuilders.