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The yacht "Apostol Andrey".

The yacht "Apostol Andrey" is an oceanic yacht, specially designed and built for sailing in the northern Seas.

  • Length 16,2 m;
  • Width 4,8 m;
  • Draugh 2,7 m;
  • Displacement 25 tons.

The hull is welded from steel sheets in chini construction. Durability and rigidity are provided by the increased thickness of a plating (20 mm at the bottom) and rigidity of bulkheads. Rigging bermuda ketch. The two masts the mainsail (19 m) and the mizzenmast (14 m) carry 130 square meters of sails:

  • Grotto 2 items; Trysail;
  • Genoese staysail, Stay sail #1 2 items; Staysail #2; Staysail #3; Storm staysail;
  • Mizen sail;
  • Spinnaker;

The maximum speed under sails is up to 12 knots; the cruising speed under sails is 7-10 knots.

An auxiliary engine has 85 h.p. The yacht is equipped with modern radio and phone communication means and navigation equipment, and there is everything necessary for living of the crew, comprising 5-7 people.

The yacht was built in the town of Tver and was launched in 1996. In 2000 repair works and the reconstruction were carried out at the Kronshtad Naval Shipyard. The port of registration: Moscow. His Holiness Alexey II, Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, gave the name Apostol Andrey to the yacht.

The yacht "Apostol Andrey" is the first Russian yacht, which sailed along the perimeter of the Arctic Ocean. For the present there are only three yachts in the world, which sailed over the total length of this ice circumference: the French yacht "Vagabond", the German yacht "Dagmar Aen" and the Russian yacht "Apostol Andrey".

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