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Government has transferred 5,5 billion to PJSC GTLC for co-financing the construction of new ferries - EastRussia | Far East






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The government has transferred 5,5 billion PJSC "GTLK" to co-finance the construction of new ferries

The government has transferred 5,5 billion PJSC "GTLK" to co-finance the construction of new ferries
PJSC "GTLK" (owned by the Russian Federation under the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation) received the second tranche of financing from the Government of the Russian Federation for the implementation of the ferry project "Kholmsk-Vanino". Tranche amounted to 1,978 billion rubles, all together with the first tranche (3,565 billion rubles) for the transport project allocated 5,544 billion rubles.

These budget funds are intended to co-finance the construction of two road-ferry ferries, which will replace obsolete ships on the ferry line "Kholmsk-Vanino."

At present, the Vanino-Kholmsk line is served by three Sakhalin-type ferries, which provide daily freight and passenger transportation to and from the island. At the same time, according to information from the Sakhalin Shipping Company website, only two vessels are actually involved in the crossing - the Sakhalin-08 and the Sakhalin-09. The Sakhalin-10 ferry is under repair.

For this reason, "in connection with the limited passenger capacity of the ferry crossing Kholmsk-Vanino-Kholmsk, we ask you to plan your trip in advance and book tickets for the ferries of the Sakhalin-based ferry, following the direction of Kholmsk-Vanino-Kholmsk, in advance. Otherwise, you may encounter a lack of passenger tickets for ferry passage, "- says the website of the Sakhalin Shipping Company.