Twenty years in the making, 50 Years of Victory is the first Arktika-class icebreaker to have a spoon-shaped bow, capable of breaking through ice up to 2.5 meters (9.2 feet) thick! This is the world’s largest, most-powerful nuclear icebreaker.
Complete with a helicopter for shore excursions, Victory is a ship unlike any other, with the ability to go where other ships cannot.
- All cabins have exterior views and private facilities
- TV and DVD Player
- Some cabins come with coffee maker and safe
- Arkitka Suite has a single bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the sitting room
- All-inclusive bar and beverages
- Chef prepared meals (all included)
- One dining room with unreserved seating
- Aft Saloon for presentations and socializing
- Victory Bar with exterior views, open from afternoon to late evening
- Polar library
- Gym, two saunas, and small swimming pool
- Passenger elevator
- Onboard helicopter landing pad
- Clinic with licensed doctor
- Helicopter and Zodiacs for sightseeing
- Champagne toast at 90 degrees north
- Staff and Crew: 140
- Guests: 128
- Length: 150.7 meters
- Breadth: 30 meters
- Draft: 11.00 meters
- Propulsion: 2 nuclear reactors 74,000 horsepower
- Ice Class: LL1 (the highest rating possible)
- Cruising Speed: 21 knots in open water
- Registration: In Russia by Rosatomflot
- Lifeboats: 4 fully enclosed
Did You Know?
As lead up to the North Pole voyage, we enter through a high-security nuclear facility, home to some of Russia’s nuclear submarines, prior to boarding the ship 50 Years of Victory. Victory has two nuclear reactors, capable of producing 74,000 horsepower!