MS Mikhail Kalinin

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Ocean liner Mikhail Kalinin at Stockholm in 1965
Name: 1958–1994: Mikhail Kalinin
Owner: 1958–1992: Baltic State Shipping Company
1992–1994: OAO BMP[1]
Operator: 1958–1992: Baltic State Shipping Company
Port of registry: 1958–1992: Leningrad,  Soviet Union
1992–1994: Saint Petersburg,  Russia
Builder: VEB Mathias-Thesen Werft, Wismar, East Germany
Yard number: 101[1]
Laid down: 1956[2]
Completed: 1958
In service: 1958
Out of service: 1994[1]
Identification: Call sign: UIDO
IMO number: 5234917[1]
Fate: scrapped 1994
General characteristics
Class and type: Mikhail Kalinin-class ocean liner
Tonnage: 4,871 GRT[3]
1,358 DWT[3]
Length: 122.15 m (400.75 ft)[3]
Beam: 16.00 m (52.49 ft)[3]
Height: 7.60 m (24.93 ft)[3]
Draught: 5.18 m (16.99 ft)16.00 m (52.49 ft)[3]
Installed power: 2 × MAN-DMR K6Z57/80 diesels,
6,192 kW (8,304 hp)
Propulsion: 2 propellers
Speed: 17.0 knots (31.5 km/h; 19.6 mph)[3]
Capacity: 333 passengers
Crew: 134[4]

MS Mikhail Kalinin was an ocean liner owned by the Soviet Union's Baltic State Shipping Company. She was built in 1958 by VEB Mathias-Thesen Werft, Wismar, East Germany. The Mikhail Kalinin, named after the nominal head of state of Russia and later of the Soviet Union Mikhail Kalinin, was scrapped in 1994 in Alang, India.

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