2018 July 5 15:55

Nevsky Shipyard launched dry cargo vessel of Project RSD59 «Pola Anatolia»

On 05 July 2018, Nevsky Shipyard launched the single-deck dry cargo vessel of mixed “river-sea” navigation “Pola Anatolia” (Project RSD 59).

Nevsky Shipyard says the lead ship of Project RSD59 is the first in a series of five dry cargo carriers under a trilateral contract with State Transport Leasing Company as a customer and shipping company Pola Rise as a leaseholder.

Project RSD59 designer is Marine Engineering Bureau – Design SPb.

Type of the ship:

Steel single-deck, motor ship, with two fullrotated rudder propellers, with two cargo holds, with a forecastle and poop, with aft arrangement of habitable deck-house and engine-room, with a double bottom and double sides in the area of cargo hold, with cylindrical bow and transom aft extremities, with liftaway type hatch covers, with bow thruster. Ship class

The ship is being constructed on the RS class: КМ   Ice2 R2 АUT1-ICS

Main dimension:

Length overall, m



11/14 +pilot

Breadth, m


Depth, m


Draught, m (in sea / in river)

4.5 / 3.6

Deadweight, t (in sea / in river)

7445 / 5112

Endurance, days(in sea / in river)


Container capacity (hold / deck), teu

252 (192/60)

Cargo holds capacity, m³


Number of holds


Nevsky Shipyard, LLC is located 40 km away from Saint-Petersburg in the town of Schliesselburg on the left bank of the river Neva.  The Shipyard is one of the oldest enterprises of water transport in the northwest of Russia which started its shipbuilding activity since 1952. Nowadays the Shipyard builds sea and river vessels of various types and purposes and carries out all kinds of ship repair works.