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The towing of a new floating berth for ships of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) has been successfully completed in Kamchatka.

Three sections of the new floating light-heavy metal berth PM-61m1, manufactured at the Vostochnaya Verf shipyard in 6 months, were delivered to Krasheninnikov Bay by a sea tug.

The berth provides simultaneous mooring of 2 submarines or 2 ships with a displacement of no more than 5000 tons. From the shore it is possible to supply water and electricity to the ships, provide telephone communication between ships and the shore, as well as carry out loading and unloading operations along the entire length of the berth using pneumatic and crawler cranes. The floating metal pier section PM-61m1 has a length of 36 meters, a width of 8.2 meters, sides thickness – 6 mm, decks – 8 mm, 6 watertight bulkheads, draft – 0.4-0.6 meters.

The installation work in accordance with the plan will be carried out by the personnel of the floating berths department of the marine engineering service department using the latest SPK-150 floating cranes and diving boats of the VM and SMK project.

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