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  50 Years of Victory (Quark Expeditions) - Icebreaker

50 Years of Victory | Quark Expeditions
50 Let Pobedy (Russian) translated as 50 Years of Victory or 50-Years Since Victory,
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50 YEARS OF VICTORY FACTS

Description
The 50 Years of Victory Expedition Ship is the world's largest nuclear-powered icebreaker, and can smash through ice about 3m thick on its way to the Arctic and the North Pole. This vessel offers an unforgettable cruising experience for the 128 guests onboard. The ship has a fleet of Zodiacs for excursions to icebergs, shore and wildlife. There are four fully enclosed lifeboats and a helicopter for sightseeing.

Destinations
the ship cruises to the Arctic and to the North Pole

History
Construction of the 50 Years of Victory Expedition Ship (or 50 Let Pobedy) commenced at the Baltic Works in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1989, but was halted in 1994 due to lack of funds. Work recommence in 2003 and the ship was finally completed in 2007.

Dining
There is one dining room, and bar.

Entertainment
The ship has a gym, saunas, swimming pool, a library, saloon

Cabins
Accommodation choices include standard twin cabins, mini suites and suites. All cabins have outside views and private facilities.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Quark Expeditions
Built by:Baltic Works in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Date Completed:2007
Gross Tonnage:23439
Length:150.7 m
Width:30 m
Passengers:128
Crew:140
IMO:9152959