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AKADEMIK IOFFE (IMO No: 8507731)

Research & Survey Posted on 2010-10-01 09:39:18

Kiel Ostuferhafen 2010/04/23

Russian research vessel also classed as cruise ship
Owner: RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES P.P.SHIRSHOV INSTITUTE OF
OCEANOLOGY,Kaliningrad

*1989 Hollming, Rauma (#265)
L: 117.04m B: 18.28m D: 6.09m
5,000 KW diesel twin engine 14.5kn
70 Crew/55 Scientists
53 Crew, 109 Passengers



AKADEMIK SERGEY VAVILOV (IMO No: 8507729)

Research & Survey Posted on 2010-10-01 09:36:34

Kieler Förde outbound for Szczecin 2010/04/27



AKADEMIK FEDOROV (IMO No: 8519837)

Research & Survey Posted on 2010-10-01 09:34:05

Kiel-Ostuferhafen 15-07-2007

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg
L: 141.20m B: 23.50m D: 8.50m
GT: 12.660 NT 3.798 DWT 7.200t
Displ. 16.200 t

Crane Bow 1 x 2 t – 3,5/20m, Crane Bow 2 x 50 t – 6/25m, Crane Stern 2 x 10 t – 6/25m

2 big helicopters of MI-8 type, (1 – on deck 23 x 23 m octogonal 1 – in hangar – 6 x 6 x 21 m)



NRV ALLIANCE (IMO No: 8833752)

Research & Survey Posted on 2010-10-01 09:30:35

Kiel Marinearsenal 2008/04/10

The NATO Research Vessel ALLIANCE is one of the most capable undersea research platforms at sea today and possibly the most quietest motor vessel afloat. She is unique in being one of only two ships owned jointly by member nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. NRV ALLIANCE has the status of a public vessel of the Federal Republic of Germany and flies the German republic flag. The vessel is assigned to the NATO Undersea Research Centre under the Allied Command Transformation, located at La Spezia, Italy.

Length overall: 93m Beam: 15.20m Draft: 5.5m maximum

Full load displacement: 2920 t

Gross tonnage: 3,180 t Net tonnage: 960 t

2970 kW Sustained sea speed: 16.3 kn

Maximum complement of 50, comprising 10 officers, 17 crew and 20 scientific staff.