Open Joint-Stock Company, Central Design Bureau CORALL, was established in 1965, initially as a Specialized Design Bureau (SDB) involved in comprehensive engineering of floating cranes and crane vessels.
1965-1966 design, construction and commissioning of the first national 100t self-propelled offshore floating crane of Chernomorets-1 type. Totally, 39 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1966 commissioning of the first 50 t floating crane of Sever type.
1968 commissioning of the first 60 t floating crane of Astrakhan type. Totally, 6 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1969 commissioning of the first floating crane vessel of Yakub Kazimov type with a 25-t crane on board.
1970 involvement in design of shelf development facilities.
1971 commissioning of the first 300 t self-propelled floating crane of Bogatyr type.
1972 commissioning of the Amga offshore carrier/loader.
1973 commissioning of the first cargo barge.
1974 commissioning of the Vetluga offshore carrier/loader.
1975 construction of the first national self-elevating drilling unit of Baky type. Totally, 10 units of this type constructed.
1977 commissioning of 1600t self-propelled offshore crane vessel Vityas.
1980 commissioning of the Daugava armament carrier/loader.
1980 commissioning of the first semi-submersible drilling unit (SSDU) of Shelf type. Totally, 7 SSDUs of this type constructed.
1983 commissioning of the first 500 t floating crane of Slava Sevastopolya type. Totally, 3 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1985 commissioning of the first 140 t floating crane of Sevastopolets type. Totally, 5 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1985 commissioning of the first fixed platform (a set of topsides modules designed by the CDB Corall) to operate in the White Tiger oil field, shelf of the South China Sea (Vietnam). Totally, 13 constructed.
1986 commissioning of the first Alexander Brykin type offshore carrier/loader.
1989 commissioning of the first 150 t self-propelled offshore floating crane of Neptun type. Totally, 5 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1989 commissioning of the first self-elevating drilling unit of Murmanskaya type. Totally, 2 units of this type constructed.
1989 commissioning of the first 1400 t offshore floating crane of Volgar type. Totally, 2 floating cranes of this type constructed.
1989 commissioning of Temp-1 self-elevating construction platform.
1992 commissioning of the fixed platform for the Caspian Sea (a set of topsides modules). Totally, 2 constructed.
1992 design of onshore-type modular units.
1994 commissioning of the geothermal unit.
1997 commissioning of the engine fuel making unit.
2001 commissioning of La Muralla floating semi-submersible unit (upgraded based on SSDU Shelf-10). 2002 initial drilling from the unit of oil/gas wells up to 9000 m deep in the Gulf of Mexico.
2002 commissioning of topsides for 140-men living-quarter platform to operate off Vietnam.(The first CDB Coralls project approved by a foreign Classification Society - Det Norske Veritas)
2003 commissioning of the wellhead satellite platform topsides.
2004 commissioning of the ice-resistant fixed offshore platform for the Kravtsovskoye oil field, the Baltic Sea.
2004 commissioning of the first 350/400 t offshore floating crane of Sevmorneftegas type.
2005 commissioning of the 25/30 t non-self-propelled offshore floating load transfer crane of Atlas type. Totally, 2 cranes of this type constructed.
2006 commissioning of the construction barge for the Caspian Sea.
2007 commissioning of the submersible unit for the Tazov Bay of the Gulf of Ob.
2007 completion of installation of exploratory drilling equipment on the Ispolin crane vessel.
2007 commissioning of the fixed offshore ice-resistant offloading terminal for the Varandey water area.
2009 commissioning of the ice-resistant fixed platforms for the Caspian Sea (LSP-1, LSP-2).
2009 commissioning of the welhead platforms RC4, RC5, RCDM for the South China Sea.
2009 commissioning of the trenching barge Castoro 16 for Caspian Sea.
2009 commissioning of the pipe lay crane vessel for Caspian Sea
2010 commissioning of the welhead platforms BK-14, BK-15
2011 commissioning of the welhead platforms RC6, RC7
2011 commissioning of the offshore ice-resistant fixed platform "Prirazlomnaya"
2012 commissioning of the self-elevating drilling unit "Arcticheskaya"
2013 commissioning of the transport-mounting barge
2014 18th March, 2014 the Republic of Crimea and city of Sevastopol were incorporated into the Russian Federation. Since this date new subjects of Federation were formed, being the Republic of Crimea and the city of federal significance Sevastopol. 30th October, 2014 the Joint-Stock Company Central Design Bureau Corall (CDB Corall JSC) received the Certificate of registration in Unified State Register of Legal Entities of Russian Federation
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