Ferry Routes 2019-08-10T15:05:06+00:00

All about ferry transportation and

Ferry routes on Baikal

Visiting Baikal every tourist must take a ferry trip. During the trip, they can look through the crystal clear Baikal water, enjoy the local nature views from the ship and, if they are lucky, see the Baikal nerpa! There are many interesting touristic routes on the lake where you can go by foot. However, some places can only be reached by water. For example, to Olkhon Island or Chivyrkuiskiy bay tourists can go only by a ship.
The Eastern-Siberian Inland Navigation Company organizes ferry trips on Baikal for citizens and guests of Irkutsk. There are two points in the city where you can start your trip: “Pristan’ Raketa” (dock “Rocket”) and “Pristan’ Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin Avenue” dock). You can see their location on the Irkutsk Map. On this page you can learn about ferry routes on Baikal. If you need any additional information, please write to us using the Contact Form.

Ferry routes

How to get to Irkutsk docks

Each ferry route on Baikal starts from Irkutsk docks. There are two of them: the dock “Rocket” and the dock “Gagarin Avenue”. Depending on a ferry route you should use one of these docks for landing on a ferry. Here you can learn about how to get to Irkutsk docks.

Irkutsk docks

“Rocket” dock (in Russian: Pristan’ “Raketa”)

Pristan’ “Raketa” (“Raketa” dock)
here you can buy tickets and take a ferry
Taxi: Address: Prospect Marshala Zhukova 98g (Zhukov prospect 98g)
Taxi-service phone number: 900-900
Bus: Bus #16 goes from the city center through Baikal’skaya Street to “Pristan’ Raketa” bus stop
You can see the Bus Schedule on our Irkutsk Map. If you need any additional information, we are always glad to help you. Use Contact Form to write to us

“Gagarin avenue” dock (in Russian: Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina”)

Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin” dock)
here you can just take a ferry
Taxi: Address: Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin Avenue” dock)
Taxi-service phone number: 900-900
Bus: Buses #16, #80, #417 pass through “Trud” bus stop. It is the closest bus stop to the dock. Then go by foot about 10-15 minutes. The dock is situated near to the monument of Yuri Gagarin

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Ferry Trip Booking

In period from 13th of September till September 30 we organize ferry tours by next routes:

“Irkutsk – Listvyanka – Bolshie Koty”

Route Details:

  • Start time: 12:00 and 16:00 o’clock

  • Finish time: 15:00 and 19:00 o’clock

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Price: 3000 roubles per person

  • Max count of passengers: 12 people

  • Method of payment: on the ship

Route Description:

We’ll go along of Irkutsk through Angara river to Listvyanka. After a short break in Taltsy village will keep going to Bolshie Koty with landing in Bay of Love. 30 minutes later go to Bolshie Koty and go back to Listvyanka. The route finishes in Irkutsk in Bulvar Gagarina dock (Gagarin Avenue).

During the trip our guide will tell you local legends and interesting facts about Baikal. The tour is serviced with free beer and non-alcoholic drinks.

Ferry routes

Here are descriptions of the most popular

Ferry routes on Baikal

Provided by East-Siberian Inland Navigation Company

All about ferry transportation and

Ferry routes on Baikal

Visiting Baikal every tourist must take a ferry trip. During the trip, they can look through the crystal clear Baikal water, enjoy the local nature views from the ship and, if they are lucky, see the Baikal nerpa! There are many interesting touristic routes on the lake where you can go by foot. However, some places can only be reached by water. For example, to Olkhon Island or Chivyrkuiskiy bay tourists can go only by a ship.

The Eastern-Siberian Inland Navigation Company organizes ferry trips on Baikal for citizens and guests of Irkutsk. There are two points in the city where you can start your trip: “Pristan’ Raketa” (dock “Rocket”) and “Pristan’ Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin Avenue” dock). You can see their location on the Irkutsk Map. On this page you can learn about ferry routes on Baikal. If you need any additional information, please write to us using the Contact Form.

How to get to Irkutsk docks

Each ferry route on Baikal starts from Irkutsk docks. There are two of them: the dock “Rocket” and the dock “Gagarin Avenue”. Depending on a ferry route you should use one of these docks for landing on a ferry. Here you can learn about how to get to Irkutsk docks.

Irkutsk docks

“Rocket” dock (in Russian: Pristan’ “Raketa”)

Pristan’ “Raketa” (“Raketa” dock)
here you can buy tickets and take a ferry
Taxi: Address: Prospect Marshala Zhukova 98g (Zhukov prospect 98g)
Taxi-service phone number: 900-900
Bus: Bus #16 goes from the city center through Baikal’skaya Street to “Pristan’ Raketa” bus stop
You can see the Bus Schedule on our Irkutsk Map. If you need any additional information, we are always glad to help you

Rocket dock in Irkutsk

“Gagarin avenue” dock (in Russian: Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina”)

Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin” dock)
here you can just take a ferry
Taxi: Address: Pristan’ “Bul’var Gagarina” (“Gagarin Avenue” dock)
Taxi-service phone number: 900-900
Bus: Buses #16, #80, #417 pass through “Trud” bus stop. It is the closest bus stop to the dock. Then go by foot about 10-15 minutes. The dock is situated near to the monument of Yuri Gagarin

Gagarin Avenue dock in Irkutsk

You asked? We did!

Ferry Trip Booking

In period from 13th of September till September 30 we organize ferry tours by next routes:

“Irkutsk – Listvyanka – Bolshie Koty”

Route Details:

  • Start time: 12:00 and 16:00 o’clock

  • Finish time: 15:00 and 19:00 o’clock

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Price: 3000 roubles per person

  • Max count of passengers: 12 people

  • Method of payment: on the ship

Route Description:

We’ll go along of Irkutsk through Angara river to Listvyanka. After a short break in Taltsy village will keep going to Bolshie Koty with landing in Bay of Love. 30 minutes later go to Bolshie Koty and go back to Listvyanka. The route finishes in Irkutsk in Bulvar Gagarina dock (Gagarin Avenue).

During the trip our guide will tell you local legends and interesting facts about Baikal. The tour is serviced with free beer and non-alcoholic drinks.

Book the Tour

Here are descriptions of the most popular

Ferry routes on Baikal

Provided by East-Siberian Inland Navigation Company