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Cruise down the Moscow river aboard out newest Snegiri boat

Adult: 390

Child (aged 6 to 12): 220

Child (of up to 5 years of age) — FREE
Ticket price at the pier (if available):

Adult: 700 

Child (aged 6 to 12): 500 

Child (of up to 5 years of age) — FREE

16 information button Open-ended tickets can be used any day and for any river cruise from any pier before the boats stops navigating. Electronic tickets must be printed out or shown at the checkpoint from a mobile or tablet

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Every day
From April to October 2018
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2 hours
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Cruise description
Partake in a unique Moscow city center sightseeing excursion aboard our newest Snegiri boats with cruises departing every day!

During the cruise along the beautiful Moscow River, you will see delightful views of the most famous metropolitan attractions: Zaryadye Park, Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil's Cathedral, the cathedral of Christ the Savior, Peter the Great monument and many others - unfolding before your eyes. Pleasant live music on the open deck, and insightful excursion on the main one will keep you entertained throughout the whole cruise! Boats have fully-stocked café-bars offering sandwiches, snacks and a selection of drinks.

Our guests are welcome to choose a pier for landing out of 3 options – either Gorky Park pier, located at the entrance to Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure, Bolshoy Ustinsky most pier, situated next to Zaryadye landscape park right in the center of Moscow or Vorobievi Gori pier.

16 information button You can hop on at any pier you like,  thus having the opportunity to plan you own itinerary, and still experience the whole walk hopping off exactly where you hopped on.

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45% discount on electronic tickets
Special price when purchasing online
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Open date tickets
Can be used any day you want before navigation stops
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Informative excursion awaiting you aboard

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New boats
Modern comfortable boats designed in 2016 specifically for river cruises up and down the Moscow river
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The whole city centre
A memorable perspective of Moscow' s most famous landmarks
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Bar on board
A wide range of starters, snacks, ice cream and beverages to set the tone


The cruise map
Pier Gorky Park — The Crimean Bridge — Peter the Great Statue — The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour — The Kremlin — Saint Basil's Cathedral — Zaryadye landscape park — The Floating Bridge — Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building (going back) — Pier Bolshoy Ustinsky most — Neskuchny Sad (Garden) — Vorobievi Gori — Luzhniki Stadium — Lomonosov Moscow State University — Novodevichy Convent — Square of Europe — Kievsky railway station (going back) — Pier Gorky Park

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Departure from the Vorobievi Gori pier:
11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:10, 13:40, 14:10, 14:40, 15:20, 15:50, 16:20, 16:50, 17:30, 18:00, 18:30, 19:00, 19:40, 20:10
How to get to the Vorobievi Gori pier

  • Vorobievi Gori station

    Take the sub metro to Vorobievi Gori station of the Sokolnicheskaya (red) line, exit from the first car when going from the center, then go to the right. After leaving the station, you need to go down to Vorobievskaya embankment and walk 750 meters in the direction from the city center (so that the Moscow River would remain to your right).

  • 28B Vorobyevskaya Embankment

    The pier is located on Vorobievskaya embankment near the observation deck, convenient entrances from the Third Ring Road, Leninsky Avenue, Mosfilmovskaya Street.

    ar parking is available on Kosygina Street and on Universitetskaya Square in the city parking lot N. 4068 with a minimum Moscow rate of 40 per hour.

    On Sundays and public holidays, city car parking is free of charge.

Departure from Gorky Park pier:
11:25, 11:55, 12:25, 12:55, 13:35, 14:05, 14:35, 15:05, 15:45, 16:15, 16:45, 17:15, 17:55, 18:25, 18:55, 19:25, 20:05, 20:35
How to get to the Gorky Park pier

  • Frunzenskaya, Shabolovskaya or Park Kultury stations

    Take the metro to the Frunzenskaya station served by Sokolnicheskaya (Red) line. After leaving the station, you need to cross the Komsomolsky Avenue, go 100 meters to the garden square and move along the square towards the Pushkinsky (Andreevsky) pedestrian bridge, via which you need to cross the Moscow River and go down to the pier.

    Take the metro to the Shabolovskaya station served by Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya (orange) line. After leaving the station, you need to move along the Akademika Petrovskogo street, cross Leninsky Avenue via the underground passage and enter the territory of Gorky Park. If you stand facing the river and Pushkinsky (Andreevsky) pedestrian bridge, the pier will be to your left.

    Take the metro to the Park Kultury station served by Koltsevaya (Circle) line. Once you exit the station, turn right, cross the Komsomolsky Avenue, then you'll see the Crimean Bridge over the Moscow River, cross the Bridge and get down to Gorky Park, then walk a bit under one kilometer up to the Pier along the Pushkinskaya embankment.

  • 9 Krymsky Val street, building 33

    The Pier is situated inside the Gorky Park on the Pushkinskaya Embankment, making it impossible to approach the pier directly by car.

    The most convenient parking lot is located on the Frunzenskaya embankment, somewhere in the area with house numbers ranging from 26 to 34 , in the city parking lot 3001, with parking costing 40 per hour. In addition, there is free parking in the local thoroughfare near Leninsky Avenue in the area with house numbers ranging from ​​18 to 20. And then, of course, there is always paid-for parking at the main entrance of Gorky Park: 100 per hour.

    Sundays and public holidays, city car parking is free of charge (parking at the main entrance is always paid).

Departure from the Bolshoy Ustyinsky Most pier:
11:00, 11:30, 12:10, 12:40, 13:10, 13:40, 14:20, 14:50, 15:20, 15:50, 16:30, 17:00, 17:30, 18:00, 18:40, 19:10, 19:40, 20:10, 20:50, 21:20
How to get to the Bolshoy Ustyinsky Most pier

  • Kitay-Gorod station

    Take the sub to Kitay-Gorod station of Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya (violet) or Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya (orange) line. Exit to Kitay-gorodsky passage in the direction of Moskvoretskaya embankment.

    After exiting the metro, you need to go along Kitay-gorodsky Passage some 400 meters in the traffic dirction (it’s a one-way passage) towards the Moscow River, then cross the Moskvoretskaya Embankment at the pedestrian crossing and walk 200 meters towards the pier, so that the river would remain to your right, and the Kremlin would be left behind.

    The whole way is about 600 meters, and will take you 8 to 10 minutes.

  • 9 Moskvoretskaya embankment, building 4

    The pier is located in the very center of Moscow, directly on Moskvoretskaya embankment, not far from the Kremlin.

    Parking is possible on both sides of the one-way Kitay-gorodsky passage in the city parking lot 1108, parking costs 150 per hour.

    On Sundays and public holidays, city car parking is free of charge.




The boats
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Snegiri boats are comfortable double-deck contemporary boats built in Bely Gorodok and Rostov-on-Don specifically for passenger trips. The boats are equipped with powerful and almost noise-free engines and rudder control systems. The boat’s lower deck offers itself to those wanting to relax in a climate-controlled interior. For fresh air lovers there is an upper ample deck with a shade, shielding our passengers from rain or providing cover if the sun blazes too brightly.

The boat is 25 metres long and 9 metres wide, such dimensions allow it to pull snugly into all the metropolitan piers. All the boats have the required boat safety certification, allowing them to cruise safely up and down the city’s rivers, canals and little reservoirs.


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Able to accommodate up to 250 passengers
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Cafe & bar
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Audio system
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Bicycles permitted
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Baby carriages permitted

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Adult: 390

Child (aged 6 to 12): 220

Child (of up to 5 years of age)
Ticket price at the pier (if available):

Adult: 700 

Child (aged 6 to 12): 500 

Child (of up to 5 years of age)


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We accept Visa, MasterCard and Mir payments
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Electronic tickets must be printed out or shown at the checkpoint from a mobile or tablet screen



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Moscow sightseeing river cruise aboard out newest Snegiri boats

In 2017 River lines shipping company together with, a platform for the purchase of online tickets for cruises along the Moscow river, presented to Muscovites and guests of the capital new catamarans, or twin-hulled motor boats, called Snegiri, exclusively designed as a part of an individual project at the shipyards in the White Town and Rostov-on-Don.

The new boats are specifically meant for river walks and sightseeing tours along the Moscow River and have a classic layout borrowed from river trams: an open upper deck with a tented aft platform and a fully open bow and a closed all-weather cabin on the main deck. Such a design is most suitable for regular recreational trips, given the unstable metropolitan weather: guests can choose to admire Moscow views either from an open deck or in a fully enclosed cabin with large panoramic windows.

Since May 6, 2017 Snegiri boats have started navigating from Andreevsky pier, located in Gorky Park - one of the most popular recreation places for Muscovites and guests of the city.

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