Viking Truvor

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Viking Truvor in North River Port 9-jun-2012 03.JPG
Viking Truvor in North River Port of Moscow on 9 June 2012
History
Name:
  • 2012: Viking Truvor
  • 1987–2012: Sergey Kirov
Owner:
  • 1988–1993: North-Western[1] Shipping Company (ГП Северо-Западное речное пароходство МРФ РСФСР)
  • 1993–2003: North-Western Shipping Company (Северо-Западное пароходство)
  • 2003–2012: OOO Passazhirskiy Flot (ООО Пассажирский флот) [2]
Operator: Viking River Cruises (Viking Cruises (Moscow))
Port of registry:
Route: Saint PetersburgMoscow
Builder: VEB Elbewerften Boizenburg/Roßlau, Boizenburg, Flag of East Germany.svg East Germany
Yard number: 391[3][4]
Completed: September 1987
In service: 1987
Identification:
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: Dmitriy Furmanov-class river cruise ship
Tonnage:
Displacement: 3,852 tons;[5]
Length: 129.1 m (424 ft)[3][6]
Beam: 16.7 m (55 ft)[3]
Draught: 2.88 m (9.4 ft)[3]
Decks: 5 (4 passenger accessible)
Installed power: 3 x 6ЧРН36/45[3] (ЭГ70-5)2,208 kilowatts (2,961 hp)[7]
Propulsion: 3 propellers[3]
Speed: 25.5 km/h (15.8 mph; 13.8 kn)
Capacity: 250 passengers[3] (106 cabins)[8]
Crew: 120[3]

The Viking Truvor (Russian: Викинг Трувор) (formerly Sergey Kirov) is a Dmitriy Furmanov-class (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 1987. Her home port is currently Saint Petersburg.

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The ship has one restaurant “Neva” with panoramic views, two bars: Sky Bar and Panorama Bar, observation lounge and two bars with panoramic windows, library and onboard boutique.[9]

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