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"Volga Shipyard"

International Maritime Defence Show

Founded in 1970 as an experimental production facility to the Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau in the framework of further development of the production base originated in 1955, Volga Experimental Plant was intended to realize new highspeed ship designs, complete constructions techniques and carry out full-scale tests.

Volga Shipyard developed and mastered unique techniques of the construction of hydrofoils, air-cavity- boats and ekranoplans. The large Orlyonok, Lun and Strizh training ekranoplans saw the production in the eighties.

In 1992 the plant was reorganized into a joint-stock company Volga Shipyard.

The shipyard has built a series of high-speed air-cavity boats Serna and Sokzhoy, a number of high-speed hydrofoils Katran, Lastochka-M and Dolphin.

Number of shows: 6379
Modify date: 01/14/2008 23:08:29
Field:  Naval shipbuilding & architecture
Email:  szvolga@mts-nn.ru
Fax:  + 7 (8312) 73-13-72
Form of ownership:  public corporation
IMDS-07 participant:  yes
Phone:  + 7 (8312) 73-08-23
Physical address:  37, Zavodskoy Park, Nizhniy Novgorod, 603950, GSP-565, Russia
Website:  www.volga-shipyard.com

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