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Photographer:Vladimir Temnikov [View profile]Title:ADMIRALAdded:Aug 01, 2006
Photo Category: Tugs
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
AIS information: N/A
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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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