This year of sailing is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Kruzenshtern's work under the flag of Russian fisheries.
Kruzenshtern continuous participating in Tall Ships festivals across Europe.
Kruzenshtern is to call at 26 ports of 15 states this year.
The vessel is preparing for the next year’s voyages; also hosted a meeting at the dockyard in Svetliy, Kaliningrad.
The barque is set to come back to her homeport on the 3rd of October; on October the 5th the sailing ship is opening her board for citizens and guests of Kaliningrad.
Now there is a square named after Adam Iohann (Ivan Fedorovich) Kruzenshtern in Tallinn.
Kruzenshtern’s most significant modernization and reconstruction arrangements as well as most valuable achievements at the largest international races and festivals happened under his supervision.
On June the 16th Russian and German sides are going to meet in Bremerhaven on board Kruzensthern to discuss the details of the project.
A lot of literature states that the “Padua” in 1940 was reduced to a barge pulled by a steam tug. However that's not quite accurate. Now we publish the story, as told by the sister-in-law and sons of the then Chief Mate John Jungblut, who spent a lot of time on board “Padua” until 1945, by the son of the then Second Mate Winfried Behrens and by one of the few sailors still alive, Wolfhardt “Oenschi” Schoenfeld.
On the 6th of March the vessel came back to the 2014 Olympics capital, the cadets and the crew are already contributing their best effort into the event.
First ever call in Sochi is going to be the one to remember both for cadets and visitors from all over the world.
During the mooring the silhouette of famous barque embellished the new Olympic capital.
While Kruzenshtern is currently on her way to Sochi for the XXII Winter Olympics, we recollect the recent events in Bari and Patras, where the cadets and the crew had some memorable religious experiences
After a week of sailing from Morocco, the barque anchored in Italy