50 Years of Victory North Pole cruise expedition ship

I/b 50 Years of Victory

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    50 Years of Victory

    We don’t have the heart to use she when we talk about i/b 50 Years of Victory – it’s not ladylike at all. Elegance doesn’t matter when it comes to the right vessel to take you to the top of the world. The most powerful icebreaker ever built generates 75,000 horsepower and crushes multi-year ice layers three meters thick. After a few days aboard, you’ll feel her (or him?) sharing power as you together battle your way through the Arctic icecap to 90º north. I/b 50 Years of Victory is not a tourist ship. Rather, the icebreaker was purpose-built to pilot scientific and cargo ships to hard-to-reach areas of the Arctic and along the Northeast Passage. It is just during the short summer months when adventurers get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to travel aboard this real working icebreaker to the geographic North Pole. The i/b 50 Years of Victory is the largest and most modern nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. The spoon-shaped bow of the "Victory" is designed for greater icebreaking ability and makes the ship capable to force its way through 2.5 meters thick ice fields.

    Single Traveller Options:

    • Twin share cabins
    • Single supplement from 1.7x - 2x Twin rate

    Family Options

    • Not available on this vessel
    Features & Facilities
    • Large observation decks
    • Victory bar (all inclusive)
    • Presentation room
    • Gym
    • 2 x Saunas
    • Passenger elevator
    • Helipad
    • Internet
    Key Facts
    Luxury star rating: 3
    Guests #: 128
    Crew #: 140
    Ice Class: LL1
    Speed: 21
    Technical Specs
    Year built: 1989
    Length: 151m
    Width: 30
    Draft: 11
    Tonnage: 23440
    Registry: Russia
    Elec Outlets: 220V / 2 Round Pin
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