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).
The vessel is designed for long-distance cruises from Moscow to Astrakhan, Moscow to Saint-Petersburg through the Ladoga and Onega lakes and Moscow to Rostov-on the-Don along the Volga-Don shipping canal as well as trips to the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas including port calls to Sochi, Yalta, Sevastopol and other Black Sea cities. The vessel boasts a sea-river navigation capability.
✪М-СП 3.5 (Ice 30) А
|Length overall||141 m|
|Beam overall||16.82 m|
|Midships depth||5.5 m|
|Operating speed||22.5 km/h|
|Passenger capacity||310 people|
|Crew and maintenance personnel||90 people|
|Engine||Wartsila 6L20 diesel engine (4 x 1200 kW)|
|Drive||Mechanical Z-shaped propulsion shaft drive (3 pieces)|
|Rudder propeller unit||2 x Shottel SRP 1012 FP astern fully rotatable fixed pitch rudderpropellers|
|Maximum capacity, mechanical||3 x 1000 kW propulsion units|
|Main diesel generator capacity||4 x 1140 kW|