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Photographer:Edson de Lima Lucas [View profile]Title:YURIY ARSHENEVSKIYAdded:Oct 06, 2016
Location:Santos, Brazil
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1980-1989 (Over 3000gt)
Russian cargo liner leaving Santos/Brazil.

Not sharp, difficult to see detail, many pictures of vessel on site.
GCS1980>OV3 DL
Vessel Identification
Name:Yuriy Arshenevskiy
Technical Data
Vessel type:Ro-ro Cargo
Gross tonnage:18,574 tons
Summer DWT:22,910 tons
Length:176 m
Beam:24 m
Draught:8.5 m

Additional Information
Home port:Murmansk
Class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1986
AIS Information
Last known position:
68°59’3.83” N, 33°3’20.83” E
Speed, course (heading):
1.8kts, 336° (329°)
Location:Mediterranean Sea
Arrival:6th Feb 2019
12:00:42 UTC
Last update:
5 months 29 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 5th, 16:00:38 UTCZfi
2017 September 2nd, 12:00:32 UTCKaliningrad
2017 May 23rd, 10:00:24 UTCArhangel'sk
2017 May 16th, 17:00:22 UTCSkagen For Order
2017 April 10th, 12:00:48 UTCArkhangelsk
2017 January 29th, 11:40:27 UTCMurmansk
2015 November 1st, 01:00:21 UTCArctica!
2015 October 9th, 12:53:12 UTCShanghai!!di!!
2015 September 7th, 12:00:31 UTCBack In The Ussr :)
2015 July 10th, 00:01:57 UTCArhangel'sk =)=)=)=)
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Photo Comments (4)

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em777 on Oct 07, 2016 16:46 (2 years ago)
Yeah you are right Bob, I sailed aboard the Mahinabank and Boularibank. As far as I remember the Boularibank was originally the Norilsk. Great shot nice to see new pictures of this type. There's very very few left, catch them while you can. I can't imagine there being anymore within the next 3 years. A fantastic class which could adapt to almost anything. A modern ship of this type now would be astronomical to build! Cheers for posting, John
Bob Scott on Oct 07, 2016 09:30 (2 years ago)
One of a series of 19 icebreaking multipurpose cargo ships of type SA-!5 built in Finland by Wärtsilä and Valmet for the Soviet Union in the 1980s. This one was built by Valmet. They were also known as the NORILSK class, after the lead ship of the series.
pieter melissen on Oct 06, 2016 15:47 (2 years ago)
Sorry Edson I already deleted my comment, but you are welcome.
Edson de Lima Lucas on Oct 06, 2016 15:14 (2 years ago)
Thanks for indentification ant IMO.
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