I/B 50 Let Pobedy (“50 Years of Victory”) is the largest and most modern nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. 75,000 horsepower engines and formidable spoon-shaped bow allow her to crush through multi-year sea ice up to three meters thick. She is not a tourist ship. Rather, she was purpose-built to pilot scientific and cargo ships to otherwise inaccessible parts of the Russian High Arctic. Only during the brief Arctic summer do adventurers get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to travel aboard this real working icebreaker to the geographic North Pole.
50 Years of Victory Public Areas
Despite the fact that the “Victory” was not designed with touristic purposes in mind, it offers comfortable accommodation and gourmet cuisine for its guests. Public spaces create friendly, casual atmosphere for socializing and get-togethers.
The Dining Room with unreserved seating offers gourmet cuisine and superb service. We use only fresh products specially delivered for each cruise to prepare meals on board.
Victory Bar with exterior views, open from afternoon to late evening. Our wine list offers you the opportunity to experience a range of the finest French, Italian and Chilean wines. There is also a wide selection of spirits including whisky, gin, rum etc.
The Aft Saloon with state-of-the-art equipment is where all lectures, briefings and social gatherings take place. Attend informative lectures, recaps and briefings, and enjoy views outside.
Welcome to the North Pole Shop. There is a wealth of special gifts for your friends with the North Pole marks at the shop.
Ever wondered what the Captain and crew do? Go up – the Bridge is open for you. Talk to the Captain and officers. Watch landscapes from this special angle of view. Fix your location at a map of your expedition.
Explore the "heart" of the icebreaker during a guided tour to the engine room.
- Length 160 m (525 ft.)
- Beam 30 m (98 ft.)
- Speed 21 knots
- Passengers 124
- Crew 140