Vladimir Ilyich-class motorship

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301 karamzin.jpg
River cruise ship Nikolay Karamzin in winter 2001 in Khlebnikovskiy MSZ
Class overview
Builders: VEB Elbewerften Boizenburg/Roßlau, Boizenburg, East Germany
Succeeded by: Dmitriy Furmanov-class (302)
Built: 1974
Building: 22
Planned: 22
Completed: 22
Active: 20
Scrapped: 2
General characteristics
Tonnage: GT
Displacement: 3,570 t [1]
Length: 125.0 m (410.1 ft)[2]
Beam: 16.7 m (55 ft)
Draught: 2.76 m (9.1 ft)
Decks: 4 passenger decks
Installed power: 3 × 6ChRN 36/45 EG-70-5 2,208 kilowatts (2,961 hp)
Propulsion: 3
Speed: 26.2 km/h (16.3 mph; 14.1 kn)
Capacity: 360 passengers
Crew: 84

Vladimir Ilyich class is a class of Russian river passenger ships.[3] It is named after the first ship of the class Vladimir Ilyich.

Four-deck cruise ships manufactured in Germany, 1974–1983.[4]

River cruise ships of the German Project 301 / BiFa125M[edit]

Vladimir Ilyich class
No. Original name English transliteration
First series of Project 301
1 Владимир Ильич (Санкт-Петербург) Vladimir Ilyich (Sankt-Peterburg)
2 Мария Ульянова, (Петергоф, Викинг Рюрик) Mariya Ulyanova (Petergof, Viking Rurik)
3 Евгений Вучетич (Принцеса Днiпра) Yevgeniy Vuchetich (Printsesa Dnipra)
4 Советская Украина (Константин Коротков) Sovetskaya Ukraina (Konstantin Korotkov)
5 Тихий Дон Tikhiy Don
6 XXV съезд КПСС (Леся Українка, Леся Украинка, Петр Чайковский) XXV Syezd KPSS (Lesya Ukrai’nka, Lesya Ukrainka, Petr Chaykovskiy)
Second series of Project 301
7 Советская Россия (Нижний Новгород) Sovetskaya Rossiya (Nizhny Novgorod)
8 60 лет Октября (Floks, Avicena) 60 let Oktyabrya (Floks, Avicena)
9 Россия (Советская Россия, Россия) Rossiya (Sovetskaya Rossiya, Rossiya)
10 Владимир Маяковский Vladimir Mayakovskiy
11 В. И. Ленин (Максим Рильський, Максим Рыльский, Михаил Булгаков) V. I. Lenin (Maksym Rilskiy (ukr.), Maksim Rylskiy (russ.), Mikhail Bulgakov)
12 Александр Ульянов (Кронштадт) Aleksandr Ulyanov (Kronshtadt)
13 Михаил Ломоносов (Вікінг Сінеус) Mikhail Lomonosov (Viking Sineus)
14 Константин Федин Konstantin Fedin
15 30 лет ГДР (Владимир Арсеньев, Ferris Flotel) 30 let GDR (Vladimir Arsenyev, Ferris Flotel)
16 Виссарион Белинский Vissarion Belinskiy
Third series of Project 301
17 Советская Конституция (Николай Карамзин) Sovetskaya Konstitutsiya (Nikolay Karamzin)
18 Николай Чернышевский Nikolay Chernyshevskiy
19 Николай Добролюбов (Андрей Рублев) Nikolay Dobrolyubov (Andrey Rublev)
20 Александр Радищев Aleksandr Radishchev
21 Александр Грибоедов (Княжна Виктория) Aleksandr Griboyedov (Knyazhna Viktoriya)
22 Федор Достоевский Fedor Dostoevskiy

Overview[edit]

Year of build Yard No Image Name Owner Operator Port of Registry Flag IMO Status
Project 301 - First Series
April 1975 326 Vladimir301.JPG Sankt-Peterburg Severo-Zapadnyy Flot LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg originally, the Vladimir Ilyich, RRR 160201
July 1975 327 Petergof river cruise ship in Moscow.jpg Viking Rurik Passazhirskiy Flot Viking River Cruises LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg originally, the Mariya Ulyanova,[5] Petergof completely refurbished for the 2012 sailing season,[6] RRR 160202
1976 328 Sevastopol River cruise ships Dnieper princess Project 301 IMG 3994 1725.jpg Printsesa Dnipra Chervona Ruta Chervona Ruta KievKherson Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svg originally, the Yevgeniy Vuchetich, RSU 2-000364
July 1976 329 Makaryev Monastery.jpg Konstantin Korotkov Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7515432 originally, the Sovetskaya Ukraina
March 1977 330 Ms tikhi don.JPG Tikhiy Don Grand Circle Cruise Line Grand Circle Cruise Line Rostov-on-DonMoscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7523752
1977 331 Peter Chaikovsky ship.jpg Petr Chaykovskiy DonInturFlot Orthodox Cruise Company KievKhersonMoscowRostov-on-Don Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7608526 originally, the XXV Syezd KPSS, formerly: Lesya Ukrai’nka (ukr. Леся Українка), Lesya Ukrainka (russ. Леся Украинка)
Project 301 - Second Series
September 1977 332 Novgorod301.JPG Nizhny Novgorod Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7617785 originally, the Sovetskaya Rossiya
1978 333 [7] Avicena Andrea Navigation MoscowKingstown Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.svg 8884749 originally, the 60 let Oktyabrya, formerly: Floks, Vision Clinic, scrapped in Alang on May 16, 2006
1978 334 Rossia in North River Port 5-jun-2012 3.JPG Rossiya Grand Circle Cruise Line KievKhersonMoscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7638155 originally, the Rossiya (1978–1979), Sovetskaya Rossiya (1979–2003)
September 1978 335 Vladimir Majakovski ship.jpg Vladimir Mayakovskiy Kama One Shipping Co Ltd. Orthodox Cruise Company Perm Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7706677
July 1979 336 Mikhail Bulgakov on Khimki Reservoir 23-jul-2012 04.JPG Mikhail Bulgakov sonstige MosTurFlot KievKhersonMoscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7706689 originally, the V. I. Lenin, formerly: Maksym Rilskiy (ukr.), Maksim Rylskiy (russ.)
August 1979 337 301 kronshtadt 2.jpg Kronshtadt Sewero-Sapadny Flot LeningradSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 7706691 originally, the Aleksandr Ulyanov
September 1979 338 301 lomonosov 0.jpg Viking Sineus Viking Ukraina Viking River Cruises PetrozavodskSaint PetersburgKherson Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svgFlag of Ukraine.svg 7823994 originally, the Mikhail Lomonosov
April 1980 339 Konstantin Fedin river cruise ship side.jpg Konstantin Fedin Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8031354
1980 370 Теплоход 30 ЛЕТ ГДР (1982 год) Хабаровск.jpg Ferris Flotel Rostov-on-DonKhabarovskBusan Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svgFlag of South Korea.svg 8031366 originally, the 30 let GDR, formerly: Vladimir Arsenyev; 2003 sank at quay in Busan and 2005 scrapped[8]
November 1980 371 Север России (97).JPG Vissarion Belinskiy Vodohod Vodohod LeningradSaint PetersburgNizhny NovgorodSaint Petersburg Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8031378
Project 301 - Third Series
May 1981 372 301 karamzin.jpg Nikolay Karamzin MosTurFlot MosTurFlot Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8131518 originally, the Sovetskaya Konstitutsiya
August 1981 373 301 chernyshevskiy.jpg Nikolay Chernyshevskiy Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8131520
September 1981 374 Andrey Rublev river cruise ship.jpg Andrey Rublev Zentralnaja sudohodnaja kompanija MosTurFlot KievMoscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Ukraine.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8131532 originally, the Nikolay Dobrolyubov
May 1982 375 Aleksandr Radishchev on Khimki Reservoir 25-jun-2012 01.JPG Aleksandr Radishchev Vodohod Vodohod GorkyNizhny Novgorod Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8225682 RRR 160216
May 1982 376 Knyazhna Viktoriya river cruise ship.jpg Knyazhna Viktoriya MosTurFlot MosTurFlot Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8225694 originally, the Aleksandr Griboyedov
March 1983 377 Fyodor Dostoyevskiy in Moscow 26-jul-2012 02.jpg Fedor Dostoevskiy Kama One Shipping Co Ltd. Parus Perm Flag of the Soviet Union.svgFlag of Russia.svg 8212910

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