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A new barge began operating in the north of Kamchatka
A new cargo-passenger barge began to run at the Tilichiki-Korf crossing in the Olyutor district of Kamchatka. Self-propelled barge designed to transport 25 passengers, 40 tons of cargo.
According to the press service of the regional government, five times a day the ship will carry passengers and cars. Navigation allows you to work on this barge until mid-December, then the crossing at the crossing will resume approximately at the end of April, depending on weather conditions.
The ship was built on Livadia Repair and Shipbuilding Plant in Primorye. A self-propelled barge can also be used for diving operations when installing container modules, as a fire-fighting vessel, for hydrographic work, towing operations and for localizing oil spills.
The next barge in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is expected in about two weeks. She will work on the west coast of the region.