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Photographer:Tim Vogel [View profile]Title:MAXIM GORKIYAdded:May 30, 2007
Photo Category: Cruise Ships and Liners built 1961-1970
July 2001, Geirangerfjord
Vessel Identification
Name:Maxim M
Former name(s):
- Maxim Gorkiy (Until 2009 Feb)
- Maksim Gorkiy (Until 1992 Apr)
- Hamburg (Until 1973)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:24,220 tons
Summer DWT:4,759 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1969
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Trygve Eriksen on Nov 16, 2014 23:00 (4 years ago)
In June 1989, she nearly made "her Titanic" as she, 90 nautical miles west of Isfjord Radio, Svalbard, with 575 passengers and a crew of 378 onboard, hit ice which made her taking in much, much water. Luckily, the Norwegian Coast Guard ship "Senja" was only hours away. By their help, and also with some helicopters, and others, they managed to stop the ship from sinking. Abt 9.000 tons of ice cold sea water into the ship made her very close to sink. Later it has been calculated that if the pumps had arrived half an hour later, the ship would have gone to the bottom. The rescue operation, in those icy condition, far from the main land, was very difficult, but ended with great success. The rescue operation had many practical challenges. All passengers and crew members did survive that dramatic day far in the North.
GreatLakesRon on Nov 16, 2014 16:23 (4 years ago)
They missed her brief life as "Hanseatic" after the second Hanseatic was sold to Home Lines (1973)
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