Projects



Floating Power Unit (FPU) Akademik Lomonosov


In 2009, the yard started the erection and slipway assembly of the floating power unit FPU Akademik Lomonosov for the world’s first Floating Nuclear Power Station. This vessel is a unique one, just like many other ships built by the shipyard. Today the Akademik Lomonosov is being outfitted at the shipyard quay.


  • Customer: Rosenergoatom Concern OJSC
  • Target date of construction completion and the FPU readiness to be towed to the base– October 2016

Project 20870 Floating Power Unit (FPU) with reactor plants KLT-40C is intended to operate as part of a Floating Nuclear Power Station (FNPS) and is capable of delivering 60 MW of generated energy to the shore and up to 50 Gkal/h of thermal energy.


FPU is designated for operation maintenance in the Far North and Far East. The lead FPU Akademik Lomonosov is being built for the Floating Nuclear Power Station in the town Pevek in Chukotka.


The target service life period is 35 – 40 years.


25 MW Diesel icebreaker Victor Chernomyrdin


On its smaller slipway “B”, Baltiysky Zavod is building the world’s biggest diesel-electric icebreaker Victor Chernomyrdin of Project 22600.


  • Capacity: 25 MW
  • Length: about 147 meters
  • Beam: 29 meters
  • State customer: FA “Rosmorrechflot”;
  • Shipping operator: FSUE “Rosmorport”

LK-25 is a diesel-electric icebreaker intended for both independent vessel escorting and for operation as a support vessel as part of large convoys on the Northern Sea Route as well as independent escorting of vessels in Arctic shallow-water areas and in the mouths of the Siberian rivers.


The ship can tow vessels and other floating structures in ice infested and open waters, unload goods on fast ice, render assistance to other ships and carry out rescue operations in ice conditions and on open water, perform expeditionary voyages; assist with underwater engineering works using shipborne diving facilities in way off drilling or oil rigs; underwater pipe-laying; seabed exploration; search and rescue operations using dedicated equipment; fire-fighting activities.


The vessel is designed and built to the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping with the class notation КМ Icebreaker8 [2] АUT1-ICS OMBO DYNPOS-2 FF2WS EPP HELIDECK-H ANTI-ICE WINTERIZATION (-40) ECO-S Special Purpose Ship.


Project 22220 Multipurpose nuclear icebreaker


The hull of the lead multipurpose nuclear icebreaker (60 MW, pr. 22220) is being constructed on the larger slipway “A” on Baltiysky Zavod. The ship, named Arktika, when completed, will be the biggest and the most powerful nuclear ship in the world. In 2014, the yard won the tender for building two sister icebreakers of Project 22220.


  • Customer: The State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom”
  • Length – 173.3 metres
  • Beam – 34 metres
  • Depth– 15.2 metres
  • CWL draft – 10.5/8.65 m
  • Delivery date of the lead icebreaker: December 2017
  • Delivery date of the first sister icebreaker: December 2019
  • Delivery date of the second sister icebreaker: December 2020


A multipurpose nuclear turbo-electric icebreaker of the project 22220 has a capacity of 60 MW with a three-shaft propulsion system, aft propellers; uniform power distribution among the shafts. She also has a freeboard margin, three decks and two platforms, extended forecastle and comprehensive eight-tiered superstructure. The propulsion system of the vessel comprises two RITM-200 reactors with power capacity of 175 MW designated to be the main source of steam generation.


The crew is 75 people. The icebreaker is designed to the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping with the class notation КМ Icebreaker 9(2) AUT2-ICS EPP. Operation area of the icebreaker is in the Western Arctic which includes the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, shallow waters of Yenisei and Gulf of Ob; in summer and in autumn – in the Eastern Arctic area.



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