The Radisson Royal Fleet was founded in 2009. It consists of ten ‘ice class’ river yachts that provide a restaurant service on board. Every day and all year round the yachts tour along the Moscow River for sightseeing and entertainment. During the 2,5 – 3 hours of the tour the guests have the opportunity to see Moscow’s main sights – the Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, the monument to Peter the Great, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, St. Basil's Cathedral, the building of Moscow State University and many more.

One of the yachts’ peculiar features is the panoramic glazing of the cabins. Transparent walls, made of a high-tech material, protect the passengers from adverse weather conditions. The cabin is also equipped with a climate control system. The yachts also accommodate a restaurant, a bar, a dance floor with club lighting and a karaoke. The yachts meet a very high standard of safety both for the passengers and the environment. The floodlights at both sides of the underwater section of the hull illuminate the water and create an effect of three-dimensional motion in the night. The yachts can be rented for corporate and private events on the Moscow River.

The yachts tour under a fixed schedule. The piers are located by the "Ukraine" hotel, on Taras Shevchenko Quay and on Pushkinskaya Quay in the Gorky Park.

The fleet has twice won the prestigious tourism award – ‘World Travel Awards,’ in 2013 and 2015, in the nomination “The best river cruise company in Europe".


  • In August 2015, God Nisanov personally presented the Moskvarium to the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, and to the Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin. It is Europe's largest center for oceanography and marine biology, and was built on the VDNKh territory.
  • In Autumn 2014, God Nisanov and the Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin, opened the agroholding ‘Food City’ – the country’s largest wholesale food center, that plays an important part in the product import substitution.
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