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Nevsky Shipyard Hands Over Beysug Lifeguard Ship

Logistic News - Published on Fri, 07 Aug 2020

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The Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shipyard together with the Charity Fund Attraction held a charitable event to donate an Orthodox shrine to the captain and crew of a multifunctional rescue vessel of the MPSV12 project, built by the shipyard for the Directorate of the State Customer for Marine Transport Development Programs. In a solemn atmosphere, the ship's crew was handed over the icon of St Nicholas the Wonderworker, the patron saint of sailors. The tradition originated in the time of Peter I, it is more than 300 years old. Saint Nicholas will protect the ship's crew from any adversity.

Baseug itself is a lifeguard. The MPSV12 project vessel has an Arc5 ice class and can perform a wide range of tasks. These include patrolling and rescue duty, assistance to ships in distress, rescue and ship repair work at a depth of 80 meters. The rescue tug is designed for towing emergency ships, extinguishing fires, evacuating people, delivering personnel and cargo. For underwater research, the vessel is equipped with a remote-controlled unmanned underwater vehicle with a submersion depth of up to 3000 meters. Soon, under the patronage of St Nicholas, MASS Beysug will finish sea trials and set off to protect people.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Fri, 07 Aug 2020
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