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Project 386

Project 386 (Q-003):
motor ships of the type "AMUR"

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Project facts. Mid-size passenger vessels, intended for work on cruise routes on Danube river. The project included double and 3-bed cabins, equipped with wash-bowls, restaurant, bar, saloon. Air condition system was installed.

Serial building. In 1960 2 units were built. The ships were named after the rivers of the USSR.

Designations. Project 386 (austrian designation Q-003), type "Amur".

Distribution. Both ships were delivered to Danube Shipping Company for operation on different cruise routes between Izmail (Ukraine) on Lower Danube and Passau (Germany) on Upper Danube. Since late 90's one ship was laid up. In early 2000's she was put for sale.

Modernizations. During the operation the ships were undergoing different modernizations. In early 2000's the project of the complex reconstruction of the ship remaining in service was worked out, which included the replacement of the old equipment and re-planning of the passenger premises.

The photo shows the look of the ships in result of modernizations.

Main data
Ship type cruise motor ship
River Register class R
Region of sail Danube river
Place of built Korneuburg, Austria
Shipbuilding yard Osterreichische Schiffswerften AG Linz Korneuburg
Year of built and name of the first ship 1960, AMUR
Length b.p. / o.a., m 83,0 / 85,8
Breadth b.p. / o.a., m 9,0 / 14,06
Superstructure two decks
Passenger and cargo capacity
Passengers, pers. total 212
1st category 58
2nd category 154
Sitting places in restaurant, pers. 124
Crew, pers. 56
Displacement and draught
Full displacement, tons 850
Mean draught, m 1,55
Main engines
Diesels Deutz Typ. RBV8M 545
4-cycle reversive
Number and power, kWatts (h.p.) 2 х 883 (1 200)
Speed (at deep waters), km/h 29
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