Last week the sunny weather took me down to the harbour, where timber from Russia was unloaded from the Ladoga-106.
In all, 27 ships of the Ladoga-type have been constructed. They are intended for carrying general cargo, containers and timber.
The Ladoga-106 belongs to the third generation and is typical for it, with its lifting wheel room in the fore-part of the ship.
It was built on the Rauma Repola Shipyards in Nystad/Uusikaupunki in Finland in April 1989, and is registered in St Petersburg in Russia.