Okskaya Shipyard has delivered the seventh small, double-hulled, non-self-propelled oil barge Belmaks 7 of the ROB20 class to shipping company Belmaks.
The ROB20 project was developed by the Marine Engineering Bureau.
The contract for the construction of the barges was signed on October 31, 2017.
The 6,000-tonne capacity barge is 118 metres long by 22.6 metres in beam, with a full-load draught of just 2.75 metres.
The series can carry oil cargo with a flashpoint of 60°C and above, with the main cargo being fuel oil, along the Belaya River and the Volga River, including reservoirs.
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