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  1. AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY - Russian flagged ice strengthened passenger vessel, built in Finland 1982 originally for oceanographic research, IMO 8010336. She is equally adept in operating in both polar regions. At present she is chartered to Aurora Expeditions which specialises in eco-tourism and carries
  2. AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIC SHOKALSKIY – Russian flagged ice strengthened passenger vessel, built in Finland 1982 originally for oceanographic research, IMO 8010336. She is chartered to Aurora Expeditions which specialises in eco-tourism and carries up to 52 pax. She is seen here coming alongside the Selfs Point oil
  3. AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIC SHOKALSKIY – Russian flagged ice strengthened passenger vessel, built in Finland 1982 originally for oceanographic research, IMO 8010336. She is chartered to Aurora Expeditions which specialises in eco-tourism and carries up to 52 pax. She is shown here inbound in the River Derwent off Ge
  4. AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIK SHOKALSKIY

    AKADEMIC SHOKALSKIY – Russian flagged ice strengthened passenger vessel, built in Finland 1982 originally for oceanographic research, IMO 8010336. She is chartered to Aurora Expeditions which specialises in eco-tourism and carries up to 52 pax. She is shown here inbound in the River Derwent en rout
  5. Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy alongside at Macquarie Wharf No. 1 in the port of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday, 29 November 2011, with a seaplane in the foreground.
  6. Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy on the River Derwent at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Monday, 28 November 2011.
  7. Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy

    Akademik Shokalskiy arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Monday, 28 November 2011.
  8. akademik shokalskiy

    akademik shokalskiy

    A former Russian Naval vessel turned Polar Cruise Ship, seen here berthed at Princes Wharf no 2 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The vessel was owned by FESCO and charted to Heritage Tours in New Zealand. This was the last time she visited Hobart as on this cruise the Australian Goverment made them
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