Voskhod (hydrofoil)

The Italian hydrofoil Gianni M, the largest hydrofoil in the world.

Type of passenger hydrofoil boat built in the Soviet Union and later in Ukraine.

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The Italian hydrofoil Gianni M, the largest hydrofoil in the world.

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The Italian hydrofoil Gianni M, the largest hydrofoil in the world.

Hydrofoil

Lifting surface, or foil, that operates in water.

Lifting surface, or foil, that operates in water.

The Italian hydrofoil Gianni M, the largest hydrofoil in the world.
The two types of hydrofoils: surface-piercing and fully submerged
Forlanini's hydrofoil over Lake Maggiore, 1906
Alexander Graham Bell's HD-4 on a test run, c. 1919
A schematic illustration of self-stabilizing systems for fully submerged hydrofoils. Its computer gathers data for the boom position and current water level to determine the required flap position.
A Project 206M "Shtorm" patrol fast attack craft hydrofoil of the Cuban Navy.
Aerial port beam view of the Italian Sparviero class hydrofoil-missile NIBBIO P-421 underway.
USS Aquila, a military hydrofoil. The T-shaped foils are visible just below the water.
HMCS Bras d'Or, a military concept hydrofoil.
Team New Zealand's AC72 at the 2013 America's Cup, San Francisco Bay.
Ukrainian-built Voskhod on the North Sea Canal, the Netherlands
TurboJET's Urzela JetFoil on West Lamma Channel, Hong Kong
TurboJET's Barca Foilcat
Flying Poseidon (built 1982 ) had just berthed at Rhodes from Fethiye when the sister Kometas hydrofoil from Bodrum also arrived from Turkey in 2011.
The first Kometa 120M, named Chaika (Seagull) after Valentina Tereshkova's callsign, moored in Sevastopol
Hydrofoil high-speed boat Meteor on a Lake Ladoga, Russia.
Passenger hydrofoil Flying Dolphin Zeus moving at high speed near Piraeus, Greece.
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Such vessels include the Raketa (1957) type, followed by the larger Meteor type and the smaller Voskhod type.

Connexxion

Large public transport company in the Netherlands, operating in the west, middle, east and southwest parts of the country.

Large public transport company in the Netherlands, operating in the west, middle, east and southwest parts of the country.

VDL Berkhof at Hilversum station in March 2013
GTW train near Amersfoort in July 2013
Voskhod hydrofoil in June 2009
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter taxi in September 2007

Connexxion operated a ferry route from Velsen to IJmuiden and Amsterdam Centraal station with Voskhod hydrofoils until 31 December 2013.

Rostislav Alexeyev

Russian Soviet Director & Chief of Design known for his pioneering work on hydrofoil ships and ground effect vehicles.

Russian Soviet Director & Chief of Design known for his pioneering work on hydrofoil ships and ground effect vehicles.

A-90 Orlyonok ("Eaglet") in Moscow.
Monument of Rostislav Alexeyev in Nizhny Novgorod, Bugrovskoye cemetery

Alexeyev was chief designer for numerous passenger hydrofoil designs produced at Red Sormovo, including the Meteor, the Kometa, the Sputnik, the Burevestnik, and the Sunrise.

Severobaykalsk

Town in the Republic of Buryatia, Russia, located on the northern end of Lake Baikal at the mouth of the Tyya River, 440 km northwest of Ulan-Ude and 490 km northeast of Irkutsk.

Town in the Republic of Buryatia, Russia, located on the northern end of Lake Baikal at the mouth of the Tyya River, 440 km northwest of Ulan-Ude and 490 km northeast of Irkutsk.

Port of Severobaikalsk

In the summer Voskhod hydrofoils connect Severobaikalsk with Irkutsk via Port Baikal.

More (Feodosiya)

Shipyard located in Feodosia, Crimea.

Shipyard located in Feodosia, Crimea.

Its most prominent productions are the Zubr-class LCAC ship, military corvettes patrol boats and hydrofoil, and civilian Raketa, Meteorit, Kometa, Zarya and Voskhod fast hydrofoil boats.

Waterbus Moskva type proceeding downstream of the Ob on the background of Korablik Island and Komsomolsky Railway Bridge

Waterbuses in Novosibirsk

Part of the public transport network of Novosibirsk, Russia.

Part of the public transport network of Novosibirsk, Russia.

Waterbus Moskva type proceeding downstream of the Ob on the background of Korablik Island and Komsomolsky Railway Bridge

At that time, Novosibirsk passenger fleet replenished with new hydrofoil boats such as Meteor type, Voskhod type, Raketa type and hydroplane pump-jet boats Zarya type.