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Odyssey of Peter Loboda

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Odyssey of Peter Loboda



Student of m/v "Anton Makarenko". 1969


Peter Loboda is qualified and skilled naval officer. In 1969 he has gratuated the Odessa Marine College (OMC F). Then he graduated the Odessa Marine Academy (HES, 1975) and the Odessa Marine University (EIF, 1988).


Mechanic of m/v "Perekop". 1972

First mate of m/v "Chapayev". 1978
Since 1967 more than twenty five years he worked on the sea-going ships of the Black Sea Shipping Company - the largest navigable company in the World in that time. He began as the student and has finished his marine service as the first mate.
First mate of m/v "Sidor Kovpak". 1979

First mate of m/v "Bolshevik Sukhanov". 1980
During his odyssey Peter Loboda has visited more than 150 ports and 60 countries of the World. He has finished his marine service in 1992 but often make cruises on the ocean liners. On the sessions of "Club of Discovevers" Peter Loboda tells young romanticists about the exotic countries and interesting meetings that he has during his voyages, shows them the souvenirs brought from exotic countries: coins, stamps, post cards.
First mate of m/v "Kremenchug". 1986



Steamship "Malakhov Kurgan"
June 1967 - August 1967

Egypt - Syria - Lebanon - Greece


Motor vessel "Anton Makarenko"
June 1968 - March 1969

India - Burma (Myanmar) - Eastern Pakistan (Bangladesh) - Ceylon (Sri Lanka) - Gibraltar - Syria - Senegal - Singapore - Japan - Indonesia - Canary Islands (Spain) -Western Germany - Netherlands - Belgium


Passenger liner "Shota Rustaveli"
February 1970 - June 1970

East Germany (GDR) - Denmark - Great Britain - France - Italy - Turkey


Motor vessel "Perekop"
October 1970 - April 1973

North Vietnam - Indonesia - Malaysia - Singapore - Philippines - Netherlands - France - Italy - China - North Korea


Training passenger ship "Horizont"
June 1976 - July 1976

Italy - Egypt


Motor vessel "Chapayev"
August 1978 - November 1978

Cuba - Martinique - Canary Islands (Spain) - Italy - Singapore - Vietnam


Motor vessel "Sidor Kovpak"
February 1979 - March 1979

Vietnam - Singapore - India


Motor vessel "Bolshevik Sukhanov"
April 1979 - November 1984

Pakistan - Sri Lanka - India - Turkey - Iraq - Kuwait - Cuba - Brazil - Canary Islands (Spain) - Algeria - Singapore - Vietnam - Cambodia - Japan - Spain - Romania - China


Motor vessel "Kremenchug"
January 1985 - February 1990

East Germany (GDR) - Sweden - Western Germany - Portugal - Cuba - Southern Yemen - India - Pakistan - Italy - Spain - Saudi Arabia - France - Yugoslavia - Cyprus - Egypt - United Arab Emirates


Passenger ship "Litva"
June 1987 - August 1987

Bulgaria - Turkey - Italy - France - Spain - Greece


Passenger liner "Olvia"
(former "Kareliya")

July 1998 - August 1998

Russia - Denmark - Netherlands - Great Britain - France - Spain - Portugal - Italy - Turkey

June 1999 - July 1999

Greece - Italy - Morocco - Portugal - Madeira (Portugal) - Malta - Greece - Crete (Greece)


Passenger liner "Palmira"
(former "Lev Tolstoi")

October 1998 - November 1998

Greece - Israel - Cyprus - Lebanon - Turkey


Ppassenger liner "Primexpress Island"
(former "Ayvazovsky")

November 2000

Turkey - United Arab Emirates - Iran - Bahrain - Oman


Passenger liner "Orange Melody"
(former "Berlin")

September 2005 - October 2005

Russia - Greece - Croatia - San Marino - Italy





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