Yaroslavl Shipyard carries out the design and serial construction of vessels, yachts and boats with a displacement of up to 2,500 tons, as well as their complex year-round repairs, participates in programs for the creation of new ship projects and for the modernization of inland waterways in Russia.
Yaroslavl Shipyard is the leading Russian manufacturer of marine rescue tugs; the shipyard has considerable experience in supplying multi-purpose products to foreign customers.
The shipyard holds the necessary licenses and certificates, including the certificate of conformity for the quality management system, the classification certificates of the Russian Maritime Register and of the Russian River Register, as well as from Bureau Veritas and other international classification societies.
Yaroslavl Shipyard delivered more than 30 civil vessels to customers in 2010-2016 as a participant of the program for the development of civil marine equipment in Russia.
PJSC “Western Shipyard”
According to the project, the planned new shipyard "Western Shipyard" (Kaliningrad region) shall occupy an area of about 14 hectares and will be able to build up to 6 medium-sized fishing vessels being 60-70 meters long, and up to 2 large fishing vessels being maximum 115 meters long per year. Technological solutions and internal logistics of the shipyard are designed to ensure that such vessels can be built simultaneously. In addition, its dry dock with 230 meters of length and 38 meters of width will allow to build cargo ships up to 180 meters long.
Production planning suggests that the shipyard will serially build large-capacity fishing vessels using standard projects, offering customers package solutions: project selection, vessel construction and arranging bank financing integrated with available instruments of state support for the industry.
The technological design of the shipyard is developed by IMG (Germany). Participation in the project implementation has been negotiated with Weber Comechanics, Ruukki Rus, Uralkran, Kwintmadi, Demag, Sennebogen, Liebherr. Up to date ecological, hydrological and engineering surveys of the future construction site and the adjacent water area have been carried out, access roads have been designed, and a significant amount of other general preparatory and pre-design work has been completed. The total investment before the start of production is estimated at 200 million euros.
The project implementation program is currently a subject to review to meet the requirements for import substitution.