Multipurpose marine survey boat Burevestnik-780

This boat has a rigid fiber glass hull structure with an inflatable sides (RHIB) popular for small and rescue vessels. This construction represents a solid shaped hull and a flexible collar at the gunwale. Such boats have high stability. The inflatable collar has a sufficient reserve-buoyancy volume and keeps the boat afloat even if with lots of water inside due to bad weather.

The wheelhouse provides comfortable working environment at sea under any climatic conditions. High reliability and seaworthiness are a proven solution for engineering demands far from shore bases.

The boat has a pole moulded into the hull bottom amidship near the center line, onto which survey and navigation equipment is mounted. The advanced wheelhouse provides perfect visibility range and habitability, has cork insulation and independent heating; 19” racks are installed inside for survey and navigation equipment.


Technical specifications:

Purpose Hydrographic survey, subsea engineering, environmental monitoring
Year of built 2011
Flag state Russian Federation
Port of registry St. Petersburg
LOA, m 7.80
Beam, m 2.50
Wheelhouse length, m 3.50
Wheelhouse width, m 1.44
Hull material glass fiber
Tube diameter amidship/front, m 0.50/0.35
Nr of sealed compartments of the tube, pcs. 5
Load draught, m 0.44
Transom deadrise angle, degrees 21
Light weight, t 1.45
Payload, kg/ number of crew 1250/6
Full displacement, t 3.70
Main engine 1 х Mercruiser QSD 2,0 - 170s
1 х 170 HP
Aux. engine 1 х Suzuki DT 15 S
1 х 15 HP
Fuel tanks capacity, L 220.00
Full speed, kn 30
Mounted equipment Multibeam echosounder system Kongsberg EM 3002
High precision acoustic positioning system Trimble SPS 461