Category:Mikhail Frunze (ship, 1980)

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Projekt 92-016 Michail Frunse 22.jpg

Type River passenger ship
Ship class Project 92-016, Valerian Kuybyshev
Designer Ministry of River Fleet of RSFSR
Built by Slovenské lodenice Komárno a.s.
Yard number 2005
Keel laid
Completion date
Length overall 135.75 m (148.5 yd)
Beam 16.8 m (18.4 yd)
Draft 2.83 m (3.1 yd)
Displacement 3,935.4 t (8,738,949.24 lb)
Deadweight tonnage 547 t (1,214,668.20 lb)
Passengers 400
Main engine 3 × 6ChRN (EG70-5)
Power 3 × 735 kW
Speed 14 (26,1 km/h) knots


Owner : GP Volzhskoye Ob'yedinennoye Rechnoye Parokhodstvo MRF RSFSR — State enterprize Volga united shipping company of Ministry of River Fleet of Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.
Name: Михаил Фрунзе, (en. Mikhail Frunze)
Flag: USSR
Port of registry: Gorky
Registration: 140659

Owner : Volga Shipping Co.
Flag: Russia
Port of registry: Nizhny Novgorod
Registration: 140659 (RRR)

Owner : V. F. Passenger Transportation Co.

Owner : Vodohod Co.



The Mikhail Frunze is a former Soviet and now Russian river cruise motorship of Projekt 92-016 class (other class names are Valerian Kuybyshev-class or OL400). She is cruising in the Volga – Kama – Neva basin, her port of registry is Nizhny Novgorod. The ship was built by Slovenské Lodenice at their shipyard in Komárno, Czechoslovakia, and entered service in 1980. She is named in honour of Soviet military and state leader Mikhail Frunze.