SAILED

51days

Passed

6609miles

PORTS

2

VISITORS

6041people

NEWS

28.01.2020

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Kruzenshtern in Rio

24.01.2020

Kruzenshtern in Rio

Crew members and cadets of the barque Kruzenshtern laid wreaths and flowers at the World War II Memorial Monument built to honor nearly 2,000 Brazilian soldiers killed in the conflict.

Furling the sails on the Kruzenshtern

24.01.2020

Furling the sails on the Kruzenshtern

Click here for a short video about furling the sails before calling at Rio de Janeiro.

HISTORY OF THE BARQUE KRUZENSHTERN

Крузенштерн The Russian training sailing vessel Kruzenshtern is a shipentine. The ship was built in 1926 at the shipyard of Teklenborg near Bremerhaven (Germany). The ship was named the Padua at her launch. Later in 1946 she was surrendered to the USSR on the basis of repatriation agreement and further renamed in honor of the famous Russian navigator Admiral Ivan F. Kruzenshtern - the head of the first circumnavigatory expedition of 1803-1806 years. Admiral Kruzenshtern was also known as a scientist-hydrographer and a mentor of a whole galaxy of remarkable Russian seafarers.

Originally, the Padua was used for long-distance cargo transportantion. In January 1946, the Soviet naval flag was hoisted on her mast. After completion of 5-year overhaul and major repair in 1961, the expedition-oceanographic vessel Kruzenshtern performed her first research work in the Atlantic as part of USSR Academy of Science programme. At the same time the Kruzenshtern served as a sea practice site for cadets from naval educational institutions.

Her first circumnavigation of 1995-1996 was dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Russian Navy, the 225th anniversary of Admiral Ivan Kruzenshtern and the 190th anniversary of the first Russian circumnavigation completion date. The international transatlantic expedition of 2009-2010 was devoted to the 65th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War, the 90th jubilee of the fishing industry formation in Russia and the 60th anniversary of the first Russian herring expedition.

During Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games the sailing vessel was serving as a branch office of the Russian House of fans, it was welcoming on her board athletes, tourists and fans from all over the world. During Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic games the Kruzenshtern became a must-see place in the southern capital of Russia. Moreover, Kruzenshtern cadets were volunteering at the Olimpics.
Nowadays the Kruzenshtern keeps on taking part in the largest international holidays, sea festivals and sailing regattas in Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Rostock, Riga, Antwerp, Brest.

SPECIFICATIONS

Крузенштерн
OVERALL LENGTH (INCLUDING BOWSPRIT) 114.5 m
OVERALL WIDTH 14.04 m
SAIL AREA 3400 m²
MASTS HEIGHT 55 m over the deck
DISPLACEMENT 5805 t
DEADWEIGHT 1645 t
MOLDED DEPTH 6,27 m
DRAUGHT 6,27 m
THE NUMBER OF SAILS 34
-SQUARE SAILS 18
-FORE-AND-AFT SAILS 14
-SPANKER SAILS 2
SPEED UNDER SAIL 17 knots
SPEED UNDER POWER 10 knots
NUMBER OF DECKS 5
NUMBER OF BULKHEADS 7
HULL MATERIAL steel
MAIN ENGINE
-NUMBER 2
-MAKE 8NVD 48A-2U
-POWER 736 kWt
FUEL TYPE diesel
POWER OF TWO ENGINES 1472 kWt
PROPULSION UNIT (NUMBER × TYPE) 2 × FIXED PITCH PROPELLER, ALL-CAST, FOUR-BLADED
STEERING GEAR RUDDER BLADE
MOLDED DEPTH 8.48 M
CREW 70 people
THE NUMBER OF CADETS 120 people
GROSS TONNAGE 3141 rt
NET REGISTER TONNAGE 942 rt

CREW

Ерёмченко Михаил Петрович

Mikhail Eryomchenko

Master

Усанков Сергей Геннадиевич

Sergey Usankov

Chief Officer on Academic operations

Привалов Михаил Александрович

Mikhail Privalov

Chief Bosun

Майоров Игорь Александрович

Igor Mayorov

Sailmaker

Несов Александр Владимирович

Vladimir Nesov

Chief Officer

Бокарев Леонид Анатольевич

Leonid Bokarev

Chief Engineer

Поспелов Александр Георгиевич

Aleksandr Pospelov

Ship’s doctor

Коноплёва Лилия Сергеевна

Liliya Konoplyova

Chief Cook

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