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During the summer navigation, the Krasin icebreaker provided wiring for 32 ships on the Northern Sea Route - EastRussia | Far East






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During the summer navigation, the Krasin icebreaker provided the 32 wiring for the Northern Sea Route

Being engaged in the posting of ships carrying general cargo to Chukotka and to Yakutia, which provided the passage of vessels on the routes of the Northern Sea Route at the request of the Federal Maritime and River Transport Agency of the Russian Federation, the Krasin icebreaker completed the summer navigation

During the summer navigation, the Krasin icebreaker provided the 32 wiring for the Northern Sea Route
The icebreaker Krasin managed by the FESCO Transport Group has completed its summer navigation, the FESCO Corporate Communications Department reports.

The Arctic flight "Krasina" continued from 19 July on 6 November 2015 year. During this time, the icebreaker provided wiring for 32 ships, which delivered 114 thousand tons of cargo to the ports of the NSR and carried out 87 thousand tons of them. In addition to Krasin, the FESCO cargo ships, which have an ice class, also included the dry cargo ship Ussuri, the Vasily Golovnin diesel-electric ship and the Abakan timber ship, in the Arctic transportation of the summer-autumn season.

The Northern Sea Route is the shortest sea corridor between the European part of Russia and the Far East. The transport group FESCO has more than 100-year-old Experience working in the Arctic, which began with the voyage of the steamer Kolyma 1 September 1911.

The approach of the Krasin icebreaker to the home port of Vladivostok is expected on November 14 of the year 2015. Next, it is planned to prepare the vessel for the next voyage, to which Krasin will leave on November 26 along with the icebreaker Admiral Makarov, also operated by FESCO. The icebreakers will carry out bulkings of tankers to and from the port of De-Kastri in the Tatar Strait under the agreement with the operator of the Sakhalin-1 project by Exxon Neftegas Limited.

FESCO has a unique experience of sailing in the ice: more than 100 years ago, the Kolyma steamer delivered national economic cargo to the mouth of the Kolyma River, and since 1956, FESCO icebreakers regularly provide ships for navigation in the arctic waters of the Arctic. Since 2004, the company has been conducting shipments at the request of the Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport of the Russian Federation. In addition, ice class ships deliver national economic cargo to the northern ports of Russia, icebreakers provide navigation in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, the Tatar Strait and Aniva Bay.