Dmitriy Furmanov-class motorship

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Lavrinenkov302.JPG
River cruise ship General Lavrinenkov - Project 302 / BiFa129M
Class overview
Builders: VEB Elbewerften Boizenburg/Roßlau, Boizenburg, East Germany
Elbewerft Boizenburg GmbH,[1] Germany
Operators: Vodohod
Preceded by: Vladimir Ilyich class (301)
Succeeded by: 303
Built: 1983–1992
In service: 1983
Building: 27 + 1
Planned: 28
Completed: 27 + 1
Active: 28
General characteristics
Type: River cruise ship
Tonnage: 5,414 – 6,130 GT;[2] 5,475 GT (302MK)[3]
Displacement: 3,852 t
Length: 129.1 m (424 ft)[4]
Beam: 16.7 m (55 ft)
Draught: 2.9 m (9.5 ft)
Decks: 4 passenger decks
Installed power: 3 × 6ЧРН36/45 (ЭГ70-5)2,208 kilowatts (2,961 hp)
Propulsion: 3
Speed: 26 km/h (16 mph; 14 kn)
Capacity: 332 passengers
Crew: 98

Dmitriy Furmanov class is a class of Russian river passenger ships, project 302, 302M, 302MK / German name BiFa129M.[5]

The class is named after the first ship in the class Dmitriy Furmanov, which in her turn was named after Dmitry Furmanov.

Four-deck cruise ships manufactured in Boizenburg, Germany, 1983–1992.[6]

River cruise ships of the German project 302, 302M, 302MK / BiFa129M[edit]

Dmitriy Furmanov-class motorships
No. Original name English transliteration
First series of Project 302
1 Дмитрий Фурманов Dmitriy Furmanov
2 Академик Виктор Глушков (Академiк Вiктор Глушков, Академик Глушков, Игорь Стравинский) Akademik Viktor Glushkov (Akademik Viktor Glushkov (ukr.), Akademik Glushkov, Igor Stravinskiy)
3 Новиков-Прибой (Сергей Дягилев) Novikov-Priboy (Sergey Dyagilev)
4 Алексей Сурков (Викинг Хельги) Aleksey Surkov (Viking Helgi)
5 Константин Симонов Konstantin Simonov
6 Леонид Соболев Leonid Sobolev
7 Михаил Шолохов Mikhail Sholokhov
Second series of Project 302
8 Алексей Ватченко (Иван Бунин) Aleksey Vatchenko (Ivan Bunin)
9 Юрий Андропов Yuriy Andropov
10 Зосима Шашков Zosima Shashkov
11 Генерал Ватутин (Генерал Ватутiн) General Vatutin (ukr. General Vatutin)
12 Русь Rus[7]
13 Ленин Lenin
14 Сергей Киров (Викинг Трувор) Sergey Kirov (Viking Truvor)
15 Маршал Рыбалко (Зiрка Днiпра) Marshal Rybalko (Zirka Dnipra)
16 Маршал Кошевой (Викинг Акун) Marshal Koshevoy (Viking Akun)
17 Георгий Чичерин Georgiy Chicherin
18 Леонид Красин Leonid Krasin
19 Николай Бауман (Княжна Анастасия) Nikolay Bauman (Knyazhna Anastasiya)
20 Генерал Лавриненков General Lavrinenkov
21 Нарком Пахомов (Викинг Ингвар) Narkom Pakhomov (Viking Ingvar)
Third series of Project 302
22 Глеб Кржижановский Gleb Krzhizhanovskiy
23 Максим Литвинов Maksim Litvinov
Fourth series of Project 302
24 Тарас Шевченко (Т. Г. Шевченко) Taras Shevchenko (T. G. Shevchenko)
25 Константин Станюкович (仙妮 or Xiānnī) Konstantin Stanyukovich (Xian Ni)
26 Аркадий Гайдар (仙娜 or Xiānnà) Arkadiy Gaydar (Xian Na)
27 Александр Грин (仙婷 or Xiāntíng) Aleksandr Grin (Xian Ting)
28 planned as Владимир Высоцкий, but was built as Ocean Diva Original planned as Vladimir Vysotskiy, but was built as Ocean Diva Original

Overview[edit]

Year of build Yard No Image Name Owner Operator Port of Registry Flag IMO Status
Project 302 - First Series
June 1983 378 Dmitriy Furmanov river cruise ship (1).jpg Dmitriy Furmanov Kama Three Shipping Co Iridiy Perm Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8218598 RRR number: 160219[8]
August 1983 379 Igor Stravinskiy river cruise ship (1).jpg Igor Stravinskiy Rechflotinvest Doninturflot KhersonRostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8326008 originally, the Akademik Viktor Glushkov,
formerly , Akademik Glushkov
RRR number: 160220[9]
October 1983 380 Dmitriy Furmanov and Sergey Dyagilev river cruise ships.jpg Sergey Dyagilev Doninturflot Doninturflot Rostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8326010 originally, the Novikov-Priboy (until 2011)
RRR number: 160221[10]
June 1984 381 Viking Helgi in North River Port 9-jun-2012 04.JPG Viking Helgi Passazhirskiy Flot Passazhirskiy Flot LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8422606 originally, the Aleksey Surkov
MMSI number: 273367610
RRR number: 160222[11]
September 1984 382 MS Konstantin Simonov an der Anlegestelle in Uglitsch.jpg Konstantin Simonov Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8422618 MMSI number: 277333444
RRR number: 160223[12]
April 1985 383 Leonid Sobolev river cruise ship.jpg Leonid Sobolev Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8501000 RRR number: 160224[13]
June 1985 384 Mikhail Sholokhov ship.jpg Mikhail Sholokhov Doninturflot Doninturflot Rostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8521919
RRR number: 160225[14]
Project 302 - Second Series
July 1985 385 Ivan Bunin river cruise ship (2).jpg Ivan Bunin Doninturflot Doninturflot KievKhersonMoscowRostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8521921 originally, the Aleksey Vatchenko (until 2006)
RRR number 219748[15]
February 1986 386 Юрий андропов302.JPG Yuriy Andropov Volga Shipping Volga Shipping GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8620105 RRR number: 219749[16]
July 1986 387 Zosima Shashkov river cruise ship.jpg Zosima Shashkov V. F. Passazhirskiye Perevozki Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8620090 MMSI number: 273368010
RRR number: 219750[17]
September 1986 388 2012-09-14 Севастополь. Речное круизное судно Генерал Ватутiн.jpg General Vatutin Chervona Ruta Chervona Ruta Kherson Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svg 8620088 originally, the General Vatutin as Russian Генерал Ватутин (until 1993)
MMSI number: 272877300
RSU number: 2-010193
May 1987 389 Russ (ship, 1987).jpg Rus Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8707666 MMSI number: 273358150
RRR number: 219752[18]
June 1987 390 Ленин бауман302.JPG Lenin Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8707678
RRR number: 222701[19]
September 1987 391 Viking Truvor in North River Port 9-jun-2012 02.JPG Viking Truvor Passazhirskiy Flot Passazhirskiy Flot LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8707680 originally, the Sergey Kirov
MMSI number: 273360710
RRR number: 222702[20]
March 1988 392 2012-09-14 Севастополь. Речное круизное судно «Зірка Дніпра».jpg Zirka Dnipra Chervona Ruta Chervona Ruta KievKherson Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svg 8707692 originally, the Marshal Rybalko (until 2005)
MMSI number: 272020700
RSU number: 2-000191
July 1988 393 Теплоход Маршал Кошевой в Ялте.jpg Viking Akun Passazhirskiy Flot Passazhirskiy Flot KhersonRostov-on-DonSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8707707 originally, the Marshal Koshevoy
MMSI number: 272559000
RRR number: 222704[21]
September 1988 394 Georgiy Chicherin river cruise ship.jpg Georgiy Chicherin Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8822507 MMSI number: 273999993
RRR number: 222705[22]
March 1989 395 Leonid Krasin in North River Port 25-jun-2012 02.JPG Leonid Krasin Mosturflot Mosturflot Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8922448 MMSI number: 273364310
RRR number: 222706[23]
June 1989 396 Теплоход николай бауман.JPG Knyazhna Anastasiya Mosturflot Mosturflot Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8922450 originally, the Nikolay Bauman, USSR Flag and factory acceptance protocol on 27 June 1989
RRR number: 222707[24]
March 1990 397 Lavrinenkov302.JPG General Lavrinenkov Doninturflot Doninturflot KhersonRostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8963595 MMSI number: -8963595
RRR number: 222708[25]
June 1990 398 Viking Ingvar in North River Port 23-aug-2012.JPG Viking Ingvar Passazhirskiy Flot Passazhirskiy Flot LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8707680 originally, the Narkom Pakhomov
RRR number: 222709[26]
July 1990 301 302mgleb.JPG Gleb Krzhizhanovskiy Moskva River Shipping Mosturflot Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg RRR number: 222710[27]
April 1991 302 Maksim Litvinov ship 2.jpg Maksim Litvinov Doninturflot Doninturflot Rostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg RRR number: 225814 [28]
autumn 2011 hotelship in the Kurmangazy oil field (Курмангазы)
September 1991 303 302 shevchenko 2.jpg T. G. Shevchenko Kaspii Ak Zhelken Kaspii Ak Zhelken KhersonAqtau Flag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Kazakhstan.svg 8925036 MMSI number: 272445000
RRR number: 225815[29]
since autumn 2011 hotelship in the Kurmangazy oil field (Курмангазы)
October 1991 304 Princess Jeannie (ship, 1993) 001.jpg Xian Ni Regal China Cruises Regal China Cruises Nantong Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg originally, the Konstantin Stanyukovich[30]
November 1991 305 Image Xian Na Regal China Cruises Regal China Cruises Nantong Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg originally, the Arkadiy Gaidar (ru. Аркадий Гайдар); 3 Princesses on the picture [31]
December 1991 306 Image Xian Ting Regal China Cruises Regal China Cruises Nantong Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg originally, the Aleksandr Grin (ru. Александр Грин); Three Princesses in the picture[32]
1996 (hull); 2003 307 Ocean Diva (ship, 1995) 001.jpg Ocean Diva Original Oceandiva Oceandiva Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg *planned as Vladimir Vysotskiy [33][34]

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