Lastivka (Ukrainian: Ластівка, Swallow) or Lastochka (Russian: Ласточка) was the only pleasure motor ship in Kharkiv, Ukraine during its contemporary history. From 1996 till 2005 it carried passengers on the rivers of Lopan and Kharkiv. On 1 April 2005 in daytime the motorship burned out in unclear circumstances.
MS Lastivka at the wharf by Proletarska square, Kharkiv
|Name||MS Lastivka (English: Swallow)|
|Namesake||Swallow Bird (from Russian: Ласточка)|
|Route||Rivers of Lopan and Kharkiv|
|Builder||Moscow Shipyard, USSR|
|In service||1975-2005, in Kharkiv - since 1996|
|Out of service||2005|
|Renamed||1996, former name - Pavlik Morozov|
|Homeport||Kharkiv, Ukraine (heretofore - Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine|
|Length||22.4 m (73 ft)|
|Beam||4.06 m (13.3 ft)|
|Installed power||60 horsepower|
|Capacity||About 66 passengers|
In 1995 by efforts of O. Sazonov MS Pavlik Morozov that had been in a sad state was moved from Dnipropetrovsk to Kharkiv using special 30-meters carriage. Restoration and reconstruction works were conducted on the river of Kharkiv in the other side of Chyhyryn bridge.
- "Допа считает, что не худо бы углубить харьковские речки и пустить туда трамвайчик". Полемика/Polemika. December 10, 2008. Archived from the original on February 20, 2012. Retrieved January 28, 2009.