Fishing Boat SRT-129
The SRT-129 is one of the post-war period fishing boats; she is the only one that has been preserved in the northwestern region of Russia. These types of ships (logger and logger-trawler) were first built in Germany from 1939-1944. Then, from 1947-1949, they were completed and transferred to the USSR as reparation. The ships were designed for herring fishery in the North Atlantic with drift nets and bottom trawl in accordance with the practice of trawling from both sides.
- Overall length – 38.5 m;
- Beam on load waterline – 7.8 m;
- Overall height of spars – 17.35 m;
- Full-load draught – 5.86 m;
- Displacement – 410 t;
- Endurance of the ship – 8 140 miles;
- Power of the primary motor – 300 hp;
- Speed – 9 knots;
- Capacity – 110 t;
- Crew – 26 persons.
The SRT-129 is the only afloat museum fishing boat with an exposition aboard. It is devoted to the history of Russian fishing fleet.