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Title: Icebreaking management in the Russian ports in the Gulf of Finland


1
Icebreaking management in the Russian ports in
the Gulf of Finland
  • Oleg KudryavtsevSt Petersburg Port Authorities

2
Winter navigation in the Eastern part of the Gulf
of Finland
3
Winter navigation in the Eastern part of the Gulf
of Finland
4
Length of ice pilotage by ice breakers during
winter navigations of 2003 -2005
5
Sea port of St Petersburg
6
Morskoy Kanal of St Petersburg
7
Port of Primorsk
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Port of Vysotsk
9
Ice support for winter navigation
  • Unassisted ice navigation of ships in ice canals
    under supervision of ice breakers
  • Escorting of single ship by ice breaker
  • Escorting several ships by single ice breaker
    (ice convoy)

10
Unassisted ice navigation of ships in ice
canalsunder supervision of ice breakers
  • Unassisted ice navigation is allowed in ice
    canals made by ice breakers and by ships which
    passed earlier.
  • Recommendations for unassisted ice navigation are
    given by ice breakers Masters taking into
    account
  • - ice conditions
  • - meteorological conditions for the route
  • - technical data of ship (Ice Class, engine
    power)
  • - crew experience including ice navigation
    training

11
Escorting of single ship by ice breaker
  • Following the ice breaker in the ice canal
  • Ice class of the ship and her engine power enable
    ship to keep designated distance to ice breaker
    and speed

12
Close coupled towing of single ship by ice breaker
  • Ice towing is effectedin case of
  • 1. Insufficient engine power for unassisted
    navigation in the ice canal (not enough to
    overcome ice resistance for movement)
  • 2. Insufficient hull strength for ice navigation
    (not enough to prevent damage to hull).

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Ship turn over of the port of St Petersburg for
1995-2006
  • Since 2001 all ice breakers of St Petersburg port
    begun to provide ice service for all Russian
    ports in the Gulf of Finland
  • Maritime administration of port of St Petersburg
    is responsible for ice service and has the right
    to collect the Ice Due
  • In 2001 united ice headquarters were organized in
    the port of St Petersburg under command of the
    Harbour Master

14
Structural scheme of ice service operations
Federal State EstablishmentAdministration of
the seaport of St Petersburg
Harbour Master of sea port of St Petersburg
St Petersburg affiliate of Federal StateUnitary
Enterprise RosMorPort (maintenance and supply
of ice breakers)
Port State Control Inspection
State-owned ice breakers
Ice service due
Ice service for merchant ships
Summer rate (01 May - 30 Nov) 0.015 USD per
cu.mWinter rate (01 Dec - 30 April)  0.070 USD
per cu.m
15
Ice information in the Gulf of Finland
16
Ice charts
  • Ice charts received from scientific research
    centre North ??SRI
  • Ice charts received from St Petersburg
    Hydro-Meteorological Centre
  • Ice charts of Finnish Marine Research institute
  • Ice charts from Web-sitewww.baltice.org
  • Ice charts received from the ships agent

17
Ship turn-over of Russian ports of Primorsk,
Vyborg, Vysotsk and Ust Luga during winter
navigations of 2002 - 2006
18
Total ship turn-over of Russian ports in the Gulf
of Finland during winter navigations of 2002-2006
19
Total cargo turn-over of all Russian ports in
the Gulf of Finland during winter navigation
from 2002 to 2006
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Convoy formation
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Thank you for attention!
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