SERGEY VAILISIN - Murmansk, Russia       Call sign - USJL      IMO number - 6804123
Owner - Kalkavanlar A.S., Turkey (Scrapyard) - previously owned by Sevrybkholdodflot, Russia

Location - Photographed lying on the beach at Aliaga, Turkey with demolition operations underway     Photograph Date - 10 July 1997
Photographer - Selim San     Added to archive - 22 Sep 2003     Last updated - 22 Sep 2003

SHIP'S HISTORY

  Ordered - unknown
  Construction begun - unknown
  Keel laid - unknown
  Launched - unknown
  Delivered - 1967
  Newbuild price - unknown

  (a) Sergey Vasilisin - U.S.S.R. (??)
  (b) Sergey Vasilisin - Russia

  She sailed for her entire career as Sergey Vasilisin
  Beached at Aliaga, Turkey on 2 July 1997 for scrapping
  Scrap price - unknown

PARTICULARS

  Ship type - Fish factory ship / reefer
  Strengthened for service in light ice conditions
  Gross tonnage - 10,099
  Net tonnage - 3,929
  Displacement tonnage - 10,118
  L.O.A. - 164.01 meters (538'2")
  L.B.P. - 149.00 meters (488'10")
  Width overall - 21.34 meters (70'0")
  Width moulded - 21.26 meters (69'9")
  Draught - 8.421 meters (27'8")
  Depth - 12.65 meters (41'6")
  Number of cargo holds - 5
  Number of hatch covers - 5
  Cargo holds volume - 9,959 cubic meters
  Cargo derricks - 2(10T), 14(5T), 2(4T)

CONSTRUCTION

  Builder - Stocznia Szczecinska im. Lenina
  Country - Gdansk, Poland
  Hull number - B64/13
  Engine builder - "H. Cegielski" Z.P.M.
  Country - Poznan, Poland
  Number of engines - 1
  Engine type - B&W 6-cyl diesel engine
  Fuel - Diesel oil & heavy fuel oil
  Fuel capacity - unknown
  Main engine horsepower - 7,200 bhp or 5,296 kW
  Speed - 14.0 knots
  Propeller - 1 fixed pitch propeller
  Steering gear - Standard rudder
  Bow thuster - none

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