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Few names mean romance to Russians as much as the name Alexander Pushkin. Naturally, it should adorn one of the country’s most romantic ships. The Maxim Gorky-class (Type Q-040) MS Alexander Pushkin, built by Austrian shipwrights in 1974 for use as a passenger ship in Soviet waters, remains one of the top offerings for sailing the Volga River. State-of-the-art navigation and engines that exceed 22 kilometers per hour (about 15 mph) combine with a fully refurbished interior to create four-star comfort on four decks. A restaurant, three bars, a souvenir store, conference hall, medical room, and lounge share the air conditioned space with the cabins, and a solarium offers plenty of room to tan while the river shores float past. All cabins feature large scenic windows that allow the morning daylight to enter, radio for entertainment, and private facilities.
A choice of three bars, an observation lounge, a restaurant, conference hall, and even an ironing room are featured aboard this renovated top-line Soviet-era passenger ship.
Please check with your travel specialist about programs associated with this cruise.
The Standard Twin rooms have two beds, one of which folds in the daytime. Facilities are private. Ventilation ensures fresh air in a conditioned setting. The main deck is the location of the ship’s small bar.
Twin rooms have two beds, a large picture window to let in the morning light, closet space, and make-up table. Facilities are private, and include a separate shower area. The Middle Deck features the Volga Bar, and is closer to the popular Boat Deck.
The two spacious suites feature three picture windows, a dayroom with a television, two armchairs, sofa, and coffee table, and a sleeping area with double bed and make-up table. Located on the popular Boat Deck.
The two Junior Suites, next to the Boat Deck Music Hall, enjoy scenic views through two picture windows. Each has a sitting area with two armchairs, television, and coffee table, and a sleeping area with two twin beds that can be pushed together.
Perfect for the single traveler, this option comes with a single bed and a large opening scenic window. Private facilities with hair dryer, room thermostat controls, wardrobe, and radio complete the experience. On the Middle Deck near the stairs.
The Main Deck Triple rooms feature two lower beds and an upper one that folds away in the day. Private facilities include a stand-up shower cabin. A table extends from the window for in-cabin dining, games, and other passenger uses.
Thanks for making this long trip very enjoyable. Everything was very organized and in place. I like Moscow and Ludmilla the best. I might have to go back there. Again thanks