SEAWAYS 5 - Kholmsk, Russia       Call sign - J8B2608     IMO number - 8119091
Owner - Unknown, Russia     Manager - Sofia Marine Corporation, Russia

Location - Seaways 5 was photographed while she was underway in the St. Lawrence River near Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Photograph Date - 11 October 2003     Photographer - Marc Piche     Added to archive - 21 May 2004     Last updated - 21 May 2004

SHIP'S HISTORY

  Ordered - August 1981
  Keel laid - unknown
  Launched - October 1982
  Delivered - May 1983
  Newbuild price - unknown

  (a) Deimos - Soviet Union (????)
  (b) Deymos - Russia (2002)
  (c) Seaways 5 - Russia

  As of May 2004 she was still in service as Seaways 5

PARTICULARS

  Ship type - Salvage tug/Diving support ship
  Gross tonnage - 3,112
  Net tonnage - 934
  Deadweight tonnage - 1,669
  L.O.A. - 72.67 meters ( 238' 4" )
  L.B.P. - 60.84 meters ( 199' 7" )
  Width overall - 18.32 meters ( 60' 1" )
  Width moulded - 17.62 meters ( 57' 9.5" )
  Draught - 6.700 meters ( 22' 0" )
  Depth - 9.02 meters ( 29' 7" )
  Number of towing winches - unknown
  Towing winch capacity - unknown
  Bollard pull - unknown
  Fitted with fire fighting water nozzles
  Her hull is built for breaking ice

CONSTRUCTION

  Builder - Oy Wartsila Ab
  Country - Helsinki/Helsingfors, Finland
  Hull number - 461
  Engine builder - Mashinostroitelnyy Zavod "Russkiy-Dizel"
  Country - Leningrad, U.S.S.R.
  Number of engines - 2
  Engine type - Russkiy (model 6CHN40/46) 6-cyl diesels
  Horsepower - 7,004 bhp or 5,152 kW
  Fuel - Heavy fuel oil
  Heavy fuel oil capacity - 1,117.0 tonnes
  Rate of consumption - unknown
  Bunker tank heating coils - unknown
  Speed - 15.0 knots
  Propellers - 2 variable pitch propellers
  Bow thuster - 1 (? hp)
  Steering gear - standard rudders
  Generators - 3 x 508kW 50Hz a.c.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - This section is open for all viewers to contribute any information about this ship that is known such as former owners, managers, charterers, accidents, conversions, drydockings, cargoes, voyages, sightings or ports of call etc..


** During the winter of 1993/94 Deymos was converted from a strictly search and rescue/salvage tug to a multi purpose vessel. She is now also classed as a diving support vessel and a light ice breaker


Information sources - Fairplay Internet Ship Register, Lloyds Registers & Marine News - The World Ship Society
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