Sergey Dyagilev (ship)

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Sergey Dyagilev at Northern River Terminal in Moscow on 22 September 2011
History
Name:
  • Novikov-Priboy (1983–2011)
  • Sergey Dyagilev (2011–2017)
Owner: 1996–2017: Doninturflot[1]
Operator: Doninturflot
Port of registry:
Route: MoscowSaint Petersburg
Builder: VEB Elbewerften Boizenburg/Roßlau, Boizenburg, Flag of East Germany.svg East Germany
Yard number: 380[2]
Completed: October 1983
In service: 1983
Identification:
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: Dmitriy Furmanov-class river cruise ship
Tonnage:
Displacement: 3,853 tons;[2]
Length: 129.0 m (423.2 ft)[2][4]
Beam: 16.7 m (55 ft)[2][5]
Draught: 2.88 m (9.4 ft)[2]
Decks: 5 (4 passenger accessible)
Installed power:
  • 3 × 6ЧРН36/45 (ЭГ70-5)
  • 2,205 kilowatts (2,957 hp)[2][4]
Propulsion: 3 propellers[2]
Speed: 25.5 km/h (15.8 mph; 13.8 kn)
Capacity: 284 passengers[2]
Crew: 92[2]

The Sergey Dyagilev (Russian: Сергей Дягилев) is a Dmitriy Furmanov-class (project 302, BiFa129M) Soviet/Russian river cruise ship, cruising in the VolgaNeva basin. The ship was built by VEB Elbewerften Boizenburg/Roßlau at their shipyard in Boizenburg, East Germany, and entered service in 1983. The ship is named after Russian art critic, patron, ballet impresario and founder of the Ballets Russes Sergei Diaghilev.

Her home port is currently Rostov-on-Don. Captain of the Sergey Dyagilev (2011) is Jury Makaryev.[6]

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The ship has two restaurants,[7] two bars, two souvenir shops,[8] conference hall, sauna and library.[9]

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