Steerprop azimuth propulsion to propel shallow-draught icebreaking walk-to-work vessel

The world’s first double acting, shallow-draught ice-breaking vessel, built by the Dutch shipyard Royal Niestern Sander for the Russian companies Mercury Sakhalin and Pola, will be fitted with Finnish Steerprop’s azimuth units as its main propulsion and steering system. The walk-to-work vessel will operate all year round in harsh ice conditions, transferring service technicians and …

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