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Viking-Nevo routes


Expeditions of the Viking-Nevo club

The sport-expeditionary club “Viking-Nevo” is one of the world leaders in exploring the ancient water route “from Varangians to Greeks”. Since the year 1988 when the first expedition “Nevo” was organized, the Viking-Nevo club has realized the 17 large-scale scientific research voyages and has passed this ancient waterway completely. During that time the club took part in many international joint projects which are also explore the route “from Varangians to Greeks”. The Viking-Nevo club-members traveled by Viking ship replicas together with Vikings from Norway, Sweden and Finland.


Routes along the way “from Varangians to Greeks”


» 2005  Historical and patriotic expedition to the Finnish town of Kotka
Finnish Gulf

» 2005  Participating in the sailing regattas “Ladoga-2005” and “Konakovo-2005”
Ladoga Lake, the Volga river

» 2004  Historical and cultural expedition “Rusich”: Russia — Finland — Russia
the Volkhov river — Ladoga Lake — the Neva river — Finnish Gulf


Vittfarne expedition (Sweden), Viking boat Himingläva

» 2004  Yalta (Ukr) — Kerch (Ukr) — Novorossisk (Rus) — Sochi (Rus)
the Black Sea


Norwegian-Russian expedition “Ro i Osterled” (Rowing to the East)

» Gokstad Viking ship

» 2003  Novgorod (Rus) — Staraya Ladoga (Rus) — Novaya Ladoga (Rus) — Schlusselburg (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Ilmen Lake — the Volkhov river — Ladoga Lake — the Neva river


» 2003  Ecological expedition along the Vyazma river — the left confluent of the Dnieper river
the Vyazma river — from the source up to the mouth

» 2002  International ecological expedition along the Dnieper river
the Dnieper river — from the source up to the Belarussian border

» 2002  Visit of students from Denmark

» 2001  St.-Petersburg (Rus) — Staraya Ladoga (Rus) — Petrozavodsk (Rus) — Moscow (Rus)
Finnish Gulf, the Volkhov river, Lake Onega, the Moskva-river


Rus-project (Finland), Viking ship Heimlosa Rus

» The Rus-project

» Viking ship Heimlosa Rus

» 2001  The sixth stage — Vyborg (Rus) — Kotka (Fin) — Loviisa (Fin) — Helsinki (Fin)
Finnish Gulf

» 2000  The fifth stage — Rostov-on-Don (Rus) — Volgograd (Rus) — Astrakhan (Rus)
the Don river — the Volga-Don Canal — the Volga river

» 1999  The fourth stage — Istanbul (Tur) — Yalta (Ukr) — Kerch (Ukr) — Rostov-on-Don (Rus)
the Black Sea — the Azov Sea — the Don river


» 1999  St.-Petersburg (Rus) — Kronshtadt (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Finnish Gulf

» 1998  Taking part in the I World Youth Games in Moscow

» 1997  St.-Petersburg (Rus) — Vyborg (Rus) — Kotka (Fin) — Helsinki (Fin) — Peterhof (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Finnish Gulf

» 1996  St.-Petersburg (Rus) — Kronshtadt (Rus) — Zelenogorsk (Rus) — Peterhof (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Finnish Gulf


Holmgard Expedition (Sweden), Viking ship Aifur

» 1996  Demidov (Rus) — Smolensk (Rus) — Gnezdovo (Rus) — Katyn (Rus)
the Kasplya river, the Dnieper river


» 1995  St.-Petersburg (Rus) — Zelenogorsk (Rus) — Primorsk (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Finnish Gulf

» 1994  Novgorod (Rus) — Staraya Ladoga (Rus) — Petrokrepost (Rus) — St.-Petersburg (Rus)
Ilmen Lake — the Volkhov river — Ladoga Lake — the Neva river

» 1993  Vikings in Gardy expedition — Smolensk (Rus) — Vitebsk (Blr) — Novgorod (Rus) — Staraya Ladoga (Rus)
the Kasplya river — the Western Dvina river — the Lovat river — Ilmen Lake — the Volkhov river



All-Union complex expedition “Nevo”

» All-Union complex expedition “Nevo” or how it all began

» 1990  The fifth stage — Smolensk (Rus) — Kiev (Ukr) — Dnepropetrovsk (Ukr) — Kherson (Ukr) — Odessa (Ukr)
the Dnieper river

» 1989  The fourth stage — Smolensk (Rus) — Minsk (Blr) — Kaunas (Lit) — Klaipeda (Lit) — Palanga (Lit)
the Neman river — the Baltic Sea

» 1988  The third stage — West-Dvina-Baltic variant of the route “from Varangians to Greeks”
the Wester Dvina river — the Baltic Sea





 
 
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