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
  • 2012: Viking Truvor
  • 1987–2012: Sergey Kirov
  • 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
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: Dmitriy Furmanov-class river cruise ship
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.


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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