The Baltic Shipyard has completed the inclining test conducted as part of the mooring tests of the Academic Lomonosov world’s first floating nuclear power plant (FNPP).
Regular passenger transportation on established routes lines with the possibility of access to unimproved shore for embarking and disembarking passengers. transportation is carried out all year round over navigable, non-navigable and polluted water areas, including difficult ice drift and freeze-up conditions, as well as over flat cross-country, snow, compacted and broken ice, slush, scrubby and boggy terrain, shallow areas with rapid current, rapids and flat terrain sections. The operation areas are the Amur River and its tributaries below Nikolaevsk-on-Amur that meet the requirements of the Russian River Register's class R.
✠Э Р 1.2/0.8 СВПА
|Air temperature||+35 °C to -25 °C|
|Length (off cushion / on cushion)||17.5 / 19.4 m|
|Width (off cushion / on cushion)||7.3 / 9.2 m|
|Height when anchored (on bottom supports / on cushion)||4.8 / 5.5 m|
|Floating draft (bottom supports / flexible skirt)||0.7 / 2.6 m|
|Full displacement||∼23 t|
|Cruising range||up to 600 km|
|Seaworthiness (wave height of 3% probability)||0.8 m|
|Obstacle clearance||0.6 m|
|Passenger capacity||50 people with personal luggage|
|The passenger compartment is equipped with two- and three- seat blocks of armchairs|
|The compartment can be transformed to meet customer requirements for the level of passenger comfort||