"Kamchatka" type crab canning vessel


LIST OF VESSELS 


 In the late twenties the Joint-stock Company of Kamchatka bought in the USA several same transport steamships which were renamed into "Kamchatka", "Lamut", "Tungus", "Yukagir" and "Jakut". "Kamchatka" in 1928 was converted in a floating crab canning plant, other steamships worked as cargo vessels. In 1931 "Lamut", "Tungus" and "Yukaghir" transferred to the Vladivostok and as well as Kamchatka was converted in a crab canning plants.
Purpose of the vessel:     - receiving of fresh and frozen fish from catching vessels
    - production of krab cans
Length OA (m) 79.75
Length BP (m) 77.37
Breadth extreme (m) 13.31
Molded breadth (m) 13.30
Depth to upper deck (m) 8.64
Load draught, average (m) 7.67
Displacement (tonnes) -
Deadweight (tonnes) -
Gross tonnage / Net tonnage (register tons)
2701 / 1517
Main engines:

    - Steam-engines number, power (Bhp each)
1*1500
    - Main engine model
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
Auxiliary diesel generators:
    - Diesel engine number, power (Bhp each) -
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.) -
    - Engine model -
    - Generators number, power (kW each) -
    - Generator model -
    - Rated voltage (V) -
    - Current type -
Emergency diesel generator:
    - Diesel engine power (kW)
-
    - Speed of rotation (r.p.m.)
-
    - Engine model
-
    - Generator power (kW)
-
    - Generator model
-
    - Rated voltage (V)
-
Crab processing plant capacity:
    - Canned crab (cans/24 hrs) -
Refrigerated cargo spaces number, total cubic capacity (cub. m) n/a
Dry cargo spaces number, total cubic capacity (cub. m) 4*3952
Ref. temperatures (C) -
Refrigerants -
Derricks number, lifting capacity (tonnes) 6*8,0; 2*5,0
Diesel oil tanks (tonnes) -
Heavy fuel oil tanks (tonnes) -
Coal supply (tonnes) 800
Fresh water tanks (tonnes)
-
Speed (kn) 8.5
Number of beds for crew -
Years of construction
1919-1920
Built by     - "Great Lakes EW", Ashtabula, USA
    - "Great Lakes EW", Ecorse, USA
Notices:
        - During construction of a series of vessels of one project, in their design some changes can be made and the above-stated characteristics can be changed insignificantly.
        - The above-stated characteristics belong to the vessel "Kamchatka" (source - Register book of sea-going ships of the USSR 1964-1965, Register book of sea-going ships of the USSR 1931-1932). In brackets there can be other possible versions of the corresponding characteristic.
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