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Keels laid for Murmanseld 2 trawlers
The keel-laying ceremony for the third and fourth of the new Murmanseld 2 trawlers to be built at the Pella yard in St Petersburg has been held a few days before Christmas. The formal ceremony for the first and second trawlers in the series had already taken place in September.
The four trawlers are designed by Troms√ł company Cramaco and they are designed for catching and processing demersal species.
Each trawler in the series is designed to have a 70 metre overall length and a 13.50 metre beam, to be powered by a 5220kW W√§rtsil√§ 9L32 main engine and to have accommodation for up to 60 persons on board.
Total freezing capacity is expected to be approximately 100 tonnes per day in a combination of horizontal and vertical plate freezers. Planned fillet production on board should be 20 tonnes per day, in addition to a processing routes for H&G fish, as well as for production of minced fish, fish oil and fish meal.
The trawlers will each have 1400 cubic metre fishroom and a 230 cubic metre meal store.
In addition to the Cramaco design, a number of Norwegian companies are involved in supplying Murmanseld 2‚Äôs four new trawlers, including MMC Refrigeration and Rapp Marine.
WorldFishingToday - 27-12-2017