i/b 50 Years of Victory
|Length:||160 m (525 ft.)|
|Beam:||30 m (98 ft.)|
|Number of passengers:||128|
The 50 Years of Victory is the largest and most modern nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. For those with an appreciation of such vessels, the "Victory" is a new generation ship, an upgrade of the Arktika-class, the most powerful icebreakers 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.
The 50 Years of Victory is a real working icebreaker the main task of which is to pilot scientific and cargo ships to hard-to-reach areas of the Arctic and along the Northeast Passage. It is only in summer when explorers get a unique chance to get to the top of the world aboard the most powerful icebreaker in the world.
Despite the fact that the “Victory” was not designed with touristic purposes in mind, it offers comfortable accommodation and gourmet cuisine for 128 passengers. All cabins have exterior views and private facilities. Public spaces create friendly, casual atmosphere for socializing and get-togethers.
Features aboard: dining room (seating is unreserved); aft saloon for lectures, presentations and socializing; bar & lounge with front view; library & lounge; gym; two saunas and swimming pool with heated sea water. There is also a clinic on board with passenger doctor (licensed).
The 50 Years of Victory is the property of the Russian Federation and has received maritime registration under the name 50 LET POBEDY.