10 Unusual Ship In the Harbor of Kiev

Unusual Ship In the Harbor of Kiev

The ship is one of two vessels that moor in the harbor of Kiev. They are the Dnieper Plaza and the ship in the picture named St. Andrew. All the other vessels were removed following the order of President.

The ship belongs to Aleksandr Ktitorchuk who is one of the most famous photographers of Ukraine. People from showbiz and world of fashion know the person well enough.


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10 Responses to “Unusual Ship In the Harbor of Kiev”

  1. EngrishBob says:

    I see a ship in the harbour, I can and shall obey!

  2. Mummeli says:

    I doubt very much, that the photographer had anything else doing with the rebuilding of the ship, than choosing materials from the catalog. I bet he didn’t even hammer a single nail himself. ‘Building with ones own hands’ is not the same as choosing from the catalog, and deciding what to put where.

  3. Robban says:

    Looks like shit, and the water in that tub I mean what the hell?

  4. daniel thorkell says:

    great ship but poor interior no style at all

  5. YJ says:

    Built the ship by his own hand is such a bluff. Luck guy, you just see art people becoming successful these days.

  6. xoxo says:

    great ship. but i must say, the interior design is horrable…the furniture, the colors, the lightfixtures are so bad. the two things that are positive are the beautiful wooden stairs and the piano.

  7. Hirsh says:

    Luxury yachting on frugal budget. Bad combination… if you can’t afford to do it right why bother?

  8. James says:

    so tacky, extremely bad taste

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