New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New water transport means have appeared in Vladivostok recently. Now they are testing them.

The boats were made of composite materials what makes them cost-effective and suitable for use in adverse weather conditions. Specialists applied new technologies while the construction, the first catamaran was being made for twevle-thirteen months.

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

Boat inside

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

“Vladivostok”

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

It even has a bar

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

Mooring trials

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

“St. Petersburg. Vladivostok”

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan

In fact they hadn’t built anything for a long time, this boat is quite a surprise. Will they keep making them? That’s the question.

via smitsmitty

3 thoughts on “New Water Transport on the Sea of Japan”

  1. 2 boats are chartered out from Singapore for couple of million $$$ but as usual …. ER shows this as “achievement” may be achievemnet in chartering though

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