USC: Russian shipowners will need an additional 589 civilian vessels by 2035

The total value of prospective orders is estimated at 1.36 trillion rubles
The prospective need for civil vessels for Russian shipowners by 2035 is estimated at 589 units, Vedomosti reports with reference to the presentation of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC). The total cost of these orders is 1.36 trillion rubles.
According to USC estimates, 161 bulk carriers with a total investment of 329.3 billion rubles, 30 rescue vessels (287.6 billion rubles), 22 research vessels (155.5 billion rubles), 5 icebreakers (143 billion rubles), 55 container ships (95.2 billion rubles), 30 trawlers will be required by 2035 (81.6 billion rubles), 42 crabbers (72.7 billion rubles) and 103 passenger ships (64.6 billion rubles).
Recall that in December 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to provide co-financing for the construction of civil water transport vessels by 2027 at the expense of the National Welfare Fund. In February 2023, the Cabinet of Ministers prepared passports of investment projects for the construction of 260 units of water transport, including 73 passenger ones.

Original: ОСК: Российским судовладельцам до 2035 дополнительно потребуется 589 гражданских судов (