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Lomonosov: our cruise ship which took us from Moscow to St Petersburg

 

The Mikhail Lomonosov (named after a famous Russian physicist) can take 202 passengers and has a crew of 110.

Throughout our journey from Moscow to St Petersburg, we found the Lomonosov very comfortable. It was well run by the Germany-based company Viking.

The Lomonosov is 129 metres long and 16.7 metres wide, which is enough for a good walk round the decks, whilst not being too far to travel to breakfast.

The cruise ship has two restaurants, two bars, a library, sun deck, sauna, doctor, hairdresser and laundry.



Viking Lomonosov Mikhail Lomonosov
Two views of the Lomonosov moored in St Petersburg

For our cruise on the Lomonosov, we opted for a deluxe cabin, which was twice the size of those on the lower decks, and was indistinguishable from a hotel room. We had large windows that made it easy to watch the world go by whilst in our cabin. Spending the extra on this cabin proved to be a good decision.

Deluxe cabin on the Lomonosov Sofa in Lomonosov deluxe cabin
Lomonosov deluxe cabin
Our deluxe cabin was light and spacious. The Moscow sunset was taken from the large window

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