Chernomorniiproekt carries out the investment feasibility studies
and designs of sea harbours, shipyards and their separate
The oldest ports: Odessa, Novorossiysk, Mariupol, Tuapse, Batumi
and others, shipyards in the cities of Odessa, Mariupol, Novorossiysk,
Tuapse, Izmail, Kiliya had been redesigned and extended under the
design documents of Chernomorniiproekt. Modern marine passenger terminals
had been built in Odessa, Novorossiysk, Izmail, Sochi, Poti.
The largest modern sea ports, terminals and shipyards have been
built by the Institute's designs, such as:
Illyichevsk commercial seaport composed of 5 productive terminals
including 2 container terminals, one ferry for Ro-Ro vessels handling,
23 freight terminals of total 4300 m extent; the port water basin
depth is from 9,75 to 13,5 m.
Yuzhniy commercial seaport is specialized in bulk cargo handling
(coal, ore, chemical fertilizers) of 12 mill. t annual capacity, and
liquid chemical cargo handling of 4 mill. t annual capacity, general
cargo handling. Port area is 230 ha, water depth is 14,0 m. In outlook
the port capacity will grow to 70-80 mill. tons a year.
Illychevsk Shipyard carried out all kinds of repair and docking
of large-capacity 60000-100000 DWT tankers, dry-cargo and combined
ships. It has 53 ha area and 83 ha water area. Quay line extent is
3000 m with 7,5 m and 9,75 m depth. Floating docks have 60000 t and
30000 t capacity. Area of workshops and warehouses is over 120000
Oil terminal with 9 mill. t of crude oil annual capacity providing accommodation of 150000
DWT tankers .
System of facilities and installations for repair and docking
of 100000-150000 DWT large-capacity ships with floating dock of 55000
tons capacity is in Novorossiysk Shipyard in newly created
water basin protected by a jetty of original patented design.
Plant of manufacturing the large-capacity containers of international
standard annually puts out 7500 units in Illyichevsk Shipyard, as
well as an interharbor department in Illyichevsk Port for containers
For recent years the Institute has extended considerably the
field of its foreign activity developing design estimates for marine
facilities construction in Estonia (Paldiski Nothern
Harbour), Russia (the ports of Tuapse, Novorossiysk,
Vostochniy, Ust`-Luga, Zhelesniy Rog; Novorossiysk Shipyard),
Georgia (the ports of Poti, Batumi), Turkmenistan
(Kiyanly Harbour), Guinea (Conakry Port).