SAILED

160days

Passed

20492miles

PORTS

5

VISITORS

4267people

NEWS

10.04.2020

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Sports and athletic contest on Pallada

06.04.2020

Sports and athletic contest on Pallada

On April 5, the final stage of the sports and athletic contest took place on the Pallada. It was mainly devoted to the tug of war competition.

Pallada's expedition routine

01.04.2020

Pallada's expedition routine

The frigate Pallada has been sailing around the world for more than 150 days. The distance of more than 19 thousand nautical miles has been covered. Now the vessel is passing the island state of the Republic of Madagascar off the South-Eastern coast of Africa. This area is known for its tropical forests, beaches and reefs.

HISTORY OF THE FRIGATE PALLADA

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The training sailing vessel Pallada is the Pride of the far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University.

The vessel was built in 1989 at the shipyard of Gdansk in Poland by the order of the Ministry of Fisheries. On July 4, 1989 the flag of the USSR was hoisted at the ship's mast.

The training sailing vessel Pallada spent 30 years in sailing; the ship sailed about 900,000 nautical miles. Her longest stay at sea was in 1997, during the circumnavigation — 311 days!

Every year the training vessel makes 4 voyages. Totally the vessel called in 100 ports in 36 countries. Practical training of foreign students on board of Pallada is an important step in the development of international relations. Since 2008, Eastern State Technical Fisheries University has been cooperating with the Singapore Maritime Academy on these issues.

The training sailing vessel Pallada in 2007-2008 successfully completed a circumnavigation devoted to the 190th anniversary of Bellingshausen and Lazarev's circumnavigation of Russian ships and 50th anniversary of Russian research beginning in Antarctica.

Within nine and a half months of the voyage the crew have sailed 34,956 nautical miles across three oceans and twenty-three seas, visited four continents, called in twenty ports in nineteen countries and the last but not the least - crossed the equator twice. The crew and the ship were experiencing severe storm conditions for 136 days out of 284 days of sailing. Throughout the voyage the crew carried out 54 SOLAS shipboard drills and trainings and the Master called all hands on deck 225 times for general quarters. At the same time, there were neither accidents, breakdowns, damages to vessel's property nor injuries within the crew.

The training sailing vessel Pallada was submitted to entering Guinness World Records as the fastest sailing vessel in the world developing a speed of more than 18 knots. During the 2007-2008 circumnavigation, a new world speed record of 18.8 knots was set by her.

SPECIFICATIONS

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OVERALL LENGTH (INCLUDING BOWSPRIT) 108.6 m
OVERALL WIDTH 14 m
SAIL AREA 2771 sq.m
MASTS HEIGHT
DISPLACEMENT 2987 t
LENGTH ON LOAD WATERLINE 94 m
DEADWEIGHT 737 t
MOLDED BREADTH 14 m
MOLDED DEPTH 10.65 m
DRAUGHT 6.8 m
THE NUMBER OF SAILS 26
-SQUARE SAILS 14
-FORE-AND-AFT SAILS 11
-SPANKER SAILS 1
SPEED 11.6 knots
FUEL SUPPLY 194 t
WATER BALLAST 232 t
CATEGORY OF ANCHOR CHAINSOF high strength
CALIBER OF ANCHOR CHAINS 34 mm
NUMBER OF DECKS 3
NUMBER OF BULKHEADS 6
HULL MATERIAL steel
MAKE OF MAIN ENGINE 8 AL 20/24
FUEL TYPE diesel
NUMBER OF MAIN ENGINES 2
POWER OF MAIN ENGINE 2x418 kw
TYPE OF PROPULSION 1-contollable pitch propeller
NUMBER OF BLADES 3
PERMANENT CREW 51
VARIABLE CREW 148
-CADETS 141
-PRACTICE HEADS 7
GROSS TONNAGE 2287 rt
NET REGISTER TONNAGE 680 RT

CREW

Зорченко Николай Кузьмич

Nikolay Zorchenko

Master

Кочанов Александр Николаевич

Aleksandr Kochanov

Chief Officer

Холдобо Петр Владимирович

Petr Kholdobo

Chief Engineer

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