The Grigoriy Mikheev or Aleksey Maryshev

   
 
 

The Grigoriy Mikheev or Aleksey Maryshev

Built1990
Length66 m
Beam12 m
Draft3 m
Tonnage2000 tons
Cruise Speed12 knots
Cabins23
Passengers46

The sister ships "Grigoriy Mikheev" and "Alexsey Maryshev" are modern and comfortable research vessels of the Hydrographic Institute of St. Petersburg. Built in 1990 in Finland, and designed as an ice-strengthened vessel. Converted in the Netherlands for passenger use, the vessels are ideally suited to expedition cruising. They have a range of 70 days independent operation and are ISM certified.

The vessels are strongly built of steel with an ice-strengthened hull, perfect for the polar seas. They are manned by an enthusiastic Russian crew of around 20, all highly experienced in ice navigation. Russian captains are recognized experts in polar navigation.

All our international expedition leaders and lecturers are highly knowledgeable, helpful and dedicated to the protection of the environment.

The "Grigoriy Mikheev" and "Alexsey Maryshev" have a large bridge (where you are almost always welcome) and good open deck-viewing areas. They carry a full complement of Zodiac craft, excellent for landings and wildlife viewing opportunities in otherwise in-accessible areas.

Excellent cuisine, prepared by international chefs, is served in the dining room, which also acts as the lecture room. Other public areas include a lounge and bar, small library, infirmary, and sauna.

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