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Sakhalin Shipping Crew Opens Kholmsk-Vanino Ferry Crossing After Storm - EastRussia | Far East






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Sakhalin Shipping Crew opened the ferry crossing of Kholmsk-Vanino after the storm

Linking Sakhalin with the mainland ferry crossing Kholmsk-Vanino resumed work on Monday morning, EastRussia was told in the Sakhalin Shipping Company (SakhMAP). Ferries did not go for three days because of the storm in the Tatar Strait, in the port of Vanino, 128 railroad cars accumulated with cargo to Sakhalin.

Specialized cargo ferry "Sakhalin-10" left the port of Vanino in 8.30 Khabarovsk time (1.30 Moscow time). In the harbor area of ​​the port complex ice conditions, and the ferry while helping other ships to go to clean water, then take a course on the island. The passenger-ferry ferry "Sakhalin-8" left Vanino in 10.00 (3.00 Moscow time), will arrive in Kholmsk on Tuesday morning, specified in the shipping company.

The ferries "Sakhalin-8" and "Sakhalin-10" belong to the ice class.

As reported, last week the Sakhalin Shipping Company sent a ferry Sakhalin-9 ferry to China for scheduled repairs, one of three operating on the Kholmsk-Vanino line connecting the island with the mainland. The vessel "Sakhalin-9", according to the requirements of the Maritime Register of Shipping of the Russian Federation and approved by the ship-owner of the planned repair period for the class and the dock survey, was withdrawn from 21 February 2018. The repair time will be 60 days - excluding the time for switching to the repair base and back. Previously, the ship's return from repair and inclusion in the ferry schedule is planned for 9 May. The message on the Kholmsk-Vanino line will support the ferries of Sakhalin-8 and Sakhalin-10. The second for scheduled repairs to China will go the vessel "Sakhalin-8", which should return to work at the end of June. From the third decade of February to the end of June, the ferry will operate in a reduced composition.