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The seaports of the Far East will be connected by ferries

The seaports of the Far East will be connected by ferries
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Two new cargo-passenger ferries will be built to connect the seaports of the Far East. One will run between the ports of the FEFD, the second will connect the Commander Islands, Severo-Kurilsk and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

The Directorate of the state customer of the sea transport development programs announced tenders for the selection of a contractor for the construction of ferries. The ship CNF22, which will run between the ports of the Far East, allocated 3,2 billion rubles for the ferry project NE-020.2, which will link Kamchatka with other regions - almost 1,4 billion rubles. Ships should be built until mid-December 2021.

According to the State Procurement website, the main area of ​​operation of the CNF22 ferry will be the Sea of ​​Japan, the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the Bering Sea, including the Kuril Islands and the adjacent parts of the Pacific Ocean. The ship will have double cabins, mother and child rooms, a dining room, a laundry room and a doctor’s office.