Russian shipyard lays keel of new class Replenishment Oiler "Academician Pashin” (project 23130)

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Russian shipyard lays keel of new class Replenishment Oiler "Academician Pashin” (project 23130)
 
On April 26th, 2014, a keel-laying ceremony in presence of Admiral Viktor Viktorovich Chirkov (Russian Navy's Commander-in-Chief) took place at Nevsky Shipyard for a new generation of Replenishment Oiler for the Russian Navy. Described by the shipyard as "Medium-sized sea tanker Academician Pashin” (Project 23130) the vessel is the first tanker to be built for the Russian Navy since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The new class of vessel will bring much needed logistical and replenishment at sea support to the Russian Navy fleet.
     
On April 26th, 2014, a keel-laying ceremony in presence of Admiral Viktor Viktorovich Chirkov (Russian Navy's Commander-in-Chief) took place at Nevsky Shipyard for a new generation of Replenishment Oiler for the Russian Navy. Described by the shipyard as "Medium-sized sea tanker Academician Pashin” (Project 23130) the vessel is the first tanker to be built for the Russian Navy since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Computer rendering of "Medium-sized sea tanker Academician Pashin” (Project 23130)
     
According to Nevsky Shipyard, the new class of tanker will be capable of carrying
» 3,000 tons of fuel oil
» 2,500 tons of diesel fuel
» 500 tons of aviation fuel
» 150 tons of lubricating oil
» 1,000 tons of fresh water to
» 100 tons of food and spare parts

The future Academician Pashin will be capable to transfer both dry and liquid cargoes on two ships simultaneously while underway at sea. In addition, the tanker may transfer dry cargo by air by helicopter.
     
On April 26th, 2014, a keel-laying ceremony in presence of Admiral Viktor Viktorovich Chirkov (Russian Navy's Commander-in-Chief) took place at Nevsky Shipyard for a new generation of Replenishment Oiler for the Russian Navy. Described by the shipyard as "Medium-sized sea tanker Academician Pashin” (Project 23130) the vessel is the first tanker to be built for the Russian Navy since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Computer rendering of "Medium-sized sea tanker Academician Pashin” (Project 23130)
     
Main characteristics of Project 23130:
» Length overall – 130 m
» Breadth overall – about 21 m
» Draught overall – about 7,0 m
» Deadweight at draught 7,0 m – about 9000 t
» Maximum speed – 16 knots
» Endurance – 60 days
» Ship’s crew – 24 sailors
» Sailing area – unlimited in accordance with ship’s class according to the rules of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
 

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