Lamor delivers three oil recovery vessels to Transneft

In the end of June, Lamor delivered three oil recovery vessels to Transneft’s subsidiary DalNefteProvod. The vessels that were designed, built and tested by Lamor will be operated on the Amur River in the Russian Far East.


The 19 m workboats are ice class certified by Russian River Register (RRR). “The vessels are equipped with the renowned Lamor in-built oil recovery system (LORS), and they also have Free Floating Multiskimmers and Heavy Duty Oil booms onboard,” says Lamor’s Nikolai Kildishov, VP Russia & CIS. “In addition to oil spill response and recovery of floating garbage, the workboats will also be used for loading and transporting various goods with a total weight up to 5 tonnes each,” says Kildishov.


Main characteristics:

Length overall 19.0 m
Beam moulded 5.3 m
Lightship draft 1.2 m
Loaded draft 1.6 m
Speed 10 knots
Main engine 2 x Scania Diesel 405 kW
Oil Cargo tank capacity 20 m³