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Kruzenshtern's Approximate Schedule for 2019-2020 Has Been Revealed


10.23.2019 05:53:13 pm
While Kruzenshtern is being maintained at the shipyard in Svetliy, Kaliningrad Region, the approximate schedule for the approaching circumnavigation has been revealed. The navigation is going to take place from December 2019 to September 2020.

Sail training ship is planning to start the voyage in her homeport of Kaliningrad (Russia), then sail to Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain) and after that tour the Latin America. Stops include Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Ushuaia along with Buenos Aires (Argentina). Also scheduled: Las Palmas (Spain), Casablanca (Morrocco), Haifa (Israel), Novorossiysk, Sevastopol, Sochi (Russia), Istanbul (Turkey), Patras (Greece), ports of France, Belgium, Germany and others.

Please note that the schedule is most likely to be changed during the navigation.

07.12.2019– Kaliningrad (Russia)
25.12.19 – 29.12.2019 – Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain)
22.01.20 – 25.01.2020 – Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
01.02.20 – 04.02.2020 – Montevideo (Uruguay)
12.02.20 – 15.02.2020 – Ushuaia (Argentina)
01.03.20 – 04.03.2020 – Buenos Aires (Argentina)
01.04.20 – 05.04.2020 – Las Palmas (Spain)
12.04.20 – 14.04.2020 – Casablanca (Morrocco)
27.04.20 – 30.04.2020 – Haifa (Israel)
08.05.20 – 10.05.2020 – Novorossiysk (Russia)
12.05.20 – 14.05.2020 – Sevastopol (Russia)
17.05.20 – 21.05.2020 – Sochi (Russia)
24.05.20 – 26.05.2020 – Istanbul (Turkey)
31.05.20 – 02.06.2020 – Patras (Greece)
06.06.20 – 08.06.2020 – Bizerte (Tunisia)
18.06.20 – 21.06.2020 – Bordeaux (France)
03.07.20 – 07.07.2020 – Le Havre (France)
10.07.20 – 16.07.2020 – Brest (France)
22.07.20 – 26.07.2020 – Zeebrugge (Belgium)
06.08.20 – 08.08.2020 – Rostock (Germany)
12.08.20 – 16.08.2020 – Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
19.08.20 – 23.08.2020 – Bremerhaven (Germany)
28.08.20 – 31.08.2020 – Świnoujście (Poland)
03.09.2020 – Kaliningrad (Russia)

The circumnavigation of the Russian sailing ships the Kruzenshtern, the Sedov and the Pallada is taking place two centuries after the famous expedition of Russian seafarers headed by Thaddeus Bellingshausen and Mikhail Lazarev on the sloops Vostok and Mirny. The famous Russian pioneers sailed around the unknown ice continent at latitudes from 60° to 70° despite severe navigational conditions. The crew irrefutably proved the existence of the land at the South pole.

In the period from November 2019 to December 2020, the world-famous training sailing ships-the barque Sedov and the frigate Pallada will carry out circumnavigations and the barque Kruzenshtern will take up a transatlantic passage. The ships will act as the sites of sea practice for 692 Rosrybolovstvo's cadets of and 56 shipboys.

The sailing of Russian vessels will also be timed to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

The vessels will call at more than 40 ports of North and South America, Africa, Europe and Oceania. Each call will be marked with cultural and educational events.

During the voyage the three ships will have to sail about 100 thousand nautical miles. The voyage will be finished at the end of 2020.


The official website for the curcumnavigation of 2020.