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MS Anton Chekhov - cruise ship on Russian waterways - 3*


Overview

MS Chekhov is a large river vessel built in Austria (Project Q-056) for long river voyages. The ship was built in 1978 and has recently (2018 - 2019) gone several refurbishments to keep up with international standards. It is an alternative to the German-made vessels of project 301 and 302 and it favourably differs from them with a higher cabin standard and innovative design of public areas.

This ship features single, double and deluxe cabins, which are comfortably furnished and have private bathrooms and air conditioning. The ship features a restaurant, two bars (one of which has a swimming pool under a sliding glass roof), reading lounge and lecture room, a movie theatre, a beauty salon, sauna and a souvenir shop. Laundry and doctor’s services are also available. Passenger capacity - up to 145 people. 

All cabins are outside facing with a large picture window, climate control, private bathrooms and speaker for announcements. Unfortunately the ship is not equipped with wheelchair access and elevator.

Total number of cabins 74:  

Cabins

Type of Cabin Surface
(in meters)
Cabin #
1 Suite 32 106 - 107
2 Deluxe boat deck 20,5-21,0 108 - 119
3 Twin boat deck 10.5 105, 120 - 122
4 Deluxe upper deck 20,5-21,0 214 - 225
5 Twin upper deck 10.5 202, 204 - 213, 226 - 229
6 Deluxe main deck 20,5-21,0 320
7 Twin main deck 10.5 303 - 319, 321 - 325, 327, 329, 331


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Russian River Cruises onboard MS Chekhov - 3*

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