Russian Megafactories: Anchors Away! Where Russian Shipbuilding Set Sail

The company is currently conducting mooring trials for the scientific research vessel "Akademik Treshnikov", which is being built for a Russian expedition to the Antarctic. Also in construction is the rescue vessel "Igor Belousov" with the deepwater rescue vehicle "Bester-1" on board.

The company is currently conducting mooring trials for the scientific research vessel "Akademik Treshnikov", which is being built for a Russian expedition to the Antarctic. Also in construction is the rescue vessel "Igor Belousov" with the deepwater rescue vehicle "Bester-1" on board.

Slava Stepanov / GELIO
The history of Russian shipbuilding begins with the Admiralty Shipyard. It was founded by Peter I (November 15, 1704), and as early as April 29, 1706, the first ship was lowered into the water. It was the first industrial enterprise

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