MV Lyubov Orlova (built as Lyubovy Orlova) is a 1976 Yugoslavia-built ice-strengthened Mariya Yermolova class cruise ship. Once known for Antarctic cruises, the ship made headlines after she was abandoned dockside in St. John's, Newfoundland and then became a floating derelict in the North Atlantic Ocean in 2013.
Name: Lyubovy Orlova (1976–1999)
Lyubov Orlova (1999–2013)
Owner: Lubov Orlova Shipping Co Ltd, Malta & Novorossiysk
Operator: 2012–2013: Neptune Intarnational Shipping
Port of registry: 1976–1992: Vladivostok, Soviet Union
1992–1999: Vladivostok, Russia
1999–2013: Avatiu, Cook Islands
Builder: Brodogradiliste 'Titovo', Kraljevica, Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
Yard number: 413
In service: 1976
Out of service: February 2012, to be broken up
Identification: Callsign E5U2246
IMO number: 7391434
Status: Arrested in Newfoundland, sold to Neptune International Shipping, February 2012, to be broken up. Currently adrift, believed sunk.