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Photographer:Vladimir Temnikov [View profile]Title:ADMIRALAdded:Aug 01, 2006
Photo Category: Steam Ships (Operating and Preserved)
Steamship Admiral (project No 730) was built in 1955 in St Petersburg in Russia at the Dubitski shipyard No 711. As well as hundreds of its sister-ships, Admiral was intended to serve the Soviet Navy as an auxiliary ship (tugging and providing with steam and water). The ship had a caisson and a cannon that can be mounted to the deck. In the early days the crew had 22-24 members. Coal was used as fuel and there was (and is) a 500 IHP triplex steam-engine in the heart of the ship. Tallinn.2005.(
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Admiralteyets (Until 1991)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Floating Hotel/restaurant
Gross tonnage:262 tons
Summer DWT:82 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1956
AIS Information
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immen on Mar 17, 2006 09:49 (12 years ago)
Built in St. Petersburg:1955
Yard N: 730
Reconstructed : 1996

Loa: 30,00 m
B: 7,60 m
D: 3,20 m
GRT: 262
Speed: 9,8 knots
Displacement: 264 GRT
Triplex steam engine: 500 IHP

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