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    Icebreaking Moss 828 design delivered to FEMCO

    Yard News // April 25, 2006

    Havyard Lerivik has delivered a Moss 828 ice class MISV for FEMCO.

    Havyard Leirvik shipyard in Norway has delivered an multi-purpose cebreaking supply vessel to FEMCO, a Russian management company owned by Rosneft.

    Delivered in March, the newbuild will be operated on behalf of CSJC Sevmorneftgaz.

    The Moss 828 MISV has high icebreaking class and is designed to provide icebreaking and ice management duties in ice thicknesses of up to 1.5m of level ice.

    Its primary role is as a support vessel with oil recovery capability with large onboard tanks, plus ROV/diving support and standby/rescue capability.

    The vessel has diesel electric propulsion, utilising two Azipods each of 7.5MW.

    Being designed to work in extremely low temperatures - as low as - 45 degrees C - the newly delivered vessel also has shelters to protect the crew and enhanced heating capacity as well as de-icing facilities.

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