Since 2001, JSC Moscow Shipyard started developing a completely new area for the Russian shipbuilding — building of expedition vessels and motor superyachts of 25 to 50 meters branded Timmerman Yachts. 13 motor yachts have been built since that time. In 2013, a 47 meter long yacht will be delivered to the Customer. In 2011 the Company started building new generation passenger motor ships (Pilgrim model) designed for tourist and excursion trips named Stolichny 1 and Stolichny 2. The same model was the basis for Svetoch floating restaurant and Ust-Sysolsk ferry that were built and delivered to customers.
In mid-2012 building of a cargo and passenger vessel of Volgar model commenced. JSC Moscow Shipyard is a division of JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation specializing in production of high-speed, executive and technically complicated vessels. In September 2011 the plant started a series of 6 high-speed multi-purpose MRV14 boats for Russian seaports. Concurrently, a series of 27 buoyage boats, model 3050, and 12 buoyage boats, model 3050.1 for maintenance of inland water routes have been being built since 2011. In mid-2012, Moscow Ship-Building and Repairing Yard started building board vessels for the navy. Jointly with United Shipbuilding Corporation’s planning and design bureaus, JSC Moscow Shipyard offers its customers a range of high-speed patrol and multi-purpose boats of 9 to 20 meters.