SKULPTOR VUCHETICH - IMO 7383853
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The Russian (ex-Soviet Union) RO-RO vessel SKULPTOR VUCHETICH the Baltic Shipping Company (BSC).
M/V SKULPTOR VUCHETICH type M/V SKULPTOR KONENKOV.
Built in Gdansk, Poland: 1976
Call sign: U B U D
Deadweight: 17,873 t
Cargo capacity: 9,400 t
Output: 20,800 b.h.p.
Speed: 18.5 - 18.8 kn
Flag: USSR, 1991 - flag Russia
Home port: Leningrad, 1991 - Saint-Petersburg. Baltic Shipping Company (Established in 1835).
Sisterships Baltic Shipping Company:
SKULPTOR KONENKOV (Built in 1976, call sign U U X O, deadweight 18,641 t, BSC)
SKULPTOR VUCHETICH (Built in 1976, call sign U B U D, deadweight 18,345 t, BSC)
SKULPTOR ZALKALNS (Built in 1978, call sign E S X V, deadweight 17,873 t, BSC)
PYOTR MASHEROV (Built in 1982, call sign U F J Q, deadweight 17,778 t)
GEORGIY PYASETSKIY (Built in 1982, call sign U L W W, deadweight 17,778 t, BSC)
AKADEMIK GORBUNOV (Built in 1986, BSC)
Ships of this type are operated in the BALTGULF LINE service and BALTAUSTRAL LINE.
Ships of this type are operated in the BALTAUSTRALIA service to Australia and New Zealand, as well as charter out in the open market.
Sisterships Black Sea Shipping Company, established in 1833 (BLASCO flag USSR, 1991 - flag Ukraine, home port Odessa):
SKULPTOR GOLUBKINA (Built in 1977, IMO 7500839, deadweight 18,345 t, BLASCO, Odessa)
NIKOLAY CHERKASOV (Built in 1979, IMO 7637814, deadweight 17,873 t, BLASCO, Odessa)
AGOSTINO NETO (Built in 1980, IMO 7637826, deadweight 17,778 t, BLASCO, Odessa)
YURIY MAKSAREV (Built in 1985, IMO 8500666, deadweight 17,778 t, BLASCO, Odessa)
Ships of this type are operated in the BLASCO ORIENTAL LINE service. The service was inaugurated in 1981.
The ports served are Ilyichevsk, Saigon, Danang, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kobe, Osaka, Tartus, Mersin. Call are possible at Singapore, Hong Kong and other ports of South-East Asia.
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