2096 NAUTICAL MILES | 10 LEGS | 7 STOPOVERS | 29 DAYS
Great opportunities to experience and try the unique Volvo Penta IPS System and become familiar with the Volvo Penta Service and Support network.
The PTA 80 boat is equipped with the most powerful Volvo Penta propulsion system, IPS 800 x 2
LENGTH: 22 METERS | BEAM: 5.2 METERS | DISPLACEMENT: 33 TONS | SPEED: 30 KNOTS
16 JUNE – GOTHENBURG
The premiere stop of the Volvo Penta Baltic trip will be arranged by MITAB. Situated in Gothenburg northern archipelago, in the center of the port for the Swedish fishing fleet. www.mitabmarin.se
20 JUNE – SIMRISHAMN
On east coast of southern Sweden the next stop will be taking place at MARINCENTER SYD. This coastline is busy with transit traffic from Baltic to the North Sea. www.marincentersyd.se.
22 JUNE – STOCKHOLM
Before crossing the Åland Sea , heading towards Russia, a stop in Waxholm, one of the busiest marine passages in the Stockholm archipelago, will be arranged. RINDÖ MARINE will host this third stop. www.rindomarine.se
28 JUNE – 5 JULY St PETERSBURG
The International Marine Defense Show (IMDS) will be held in St Petersburg during 29 june-3 july. The main goal of the IMDS is to support business cooperation in the Maritime and Naval enterprises and Volvo Penta will be present throughout the show to provide numerous demonstrations and test drives of the unique IPS system to the delegates
during the show. www.navalshow.ru
7 JULY – HELSINKI
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, will be the next stop on the Volvo Penta Baltic trip. Marine Center Finland will host this activity in the center of Helsinki, close to the ice breaker harbour. This is also the historical part of Helsinki and with a short distance to the open sea. www.marinecenter.fi
11 JULY – GDANSK
Gdansk, being the heart of the Polish shipyard industry, homeport of all major fleet operators as well as for the navy, police, pilot, rescue and salvage organizations, will be the port for this stop and EMA Hochschulz will be the organizers at this location.
14 JULY – KIEL
Kiel will be the final stop on Volvo Baltic Trip 2011 before heading back to Gothenburg. The Kiel- Canal, being the shortest connection between the Baltic-and North Sea has more than 5000 marine commercial vessels passing through yearly. 15
JULY – GOTHENBURG
Finish – Gothenburg 15 July 2011