The Vyborg Shipyard of Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation recently held a keel-laying ceremony for a second ice-class freezer trawler under Project KMT02.
Yuri Matochkin was designed by the Marine Engineering Bureau and was ordered by Atlantrybflot.
The vessel has a length of 80.4 metres, a width of 15.4 metres, a draught of 6.51 metres, a displacement of 5,563 tonnes, a holding capacity of up to 375 cubic metres, and a processing capacity of 100 tonnes per day.
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