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  • Exploring the polar icescape from 50 Years of Victory

  • A close-up view of 50 Years of Victory. The ship can crush ice up to 10 feet thick.

  • A doubled bed cabin aboard 50 Years of Victory

  • A standard twin cabin aboard 50 Years of Victory

  • The standard twin's living space

  • Looking back at the entry door of a standard twin cabin.

  • A 50 Years of Victory suite

  • Suites provide more space for storage and lounging.

  • A standard bathroom aboard 50 Years of Victory

  • 50 Years of Victory has a gift shop as well as a library on board.

  • The bridge aboard 50 Years of Victory

  • 50 Years of Victory's size allows it to access remote Arctic landscapes.

Fifty Years of Victory

128 guests
140 crew members
Length: 494 feet
Beam: 98 feet
Draft: 36 feet
Cruising Speed: 21 knots
Ice Class: LL1
Flag: Russia

Fifty Years of Victory is the largest, most sophisticated and powerful icebreaker ever constructed. This nuclear-powered small ship is a true expedition vessel, equipped with an onboard helicopter for spectacular aerial sightseeing.

Twenty years in the making, 50 Years of Victory is the first Arktika-class icebreaker to have a spoon-shaped bow. Boosting the efficiency is the all-new automated digital control system. The ship, designed with a stainless steel icebelt 18 feet wide, breaks through ice up to 10 feet thick. She carries the highest ice class rating possible. The icebreaker is driven by two nuclear reactors that produce 75,000 horsepower. In open water, top speed can be as much as 21.4 knots.

Common Areas Aboard 

Fifty Years of Victory



50 Years of Victory carries 128 passengers and provides ample public space: featuring an Aft Saloon and Forward Lounge, in addition to a bar, library and single-seating dining room. The Aft Saloon converts from a presentation room during the day to a place to dance and socialize in the evening. For relaxing, there is an indoor pool and two saunas. There is a baseketball court and a gym with windows, so you won’t miss a moment of passing scenery while you exercise. A shop and massage services provide other diversions on long expeditions.



The ship is equipped with a helicopter and a fleet of Zodiacs for shore transfers and landings, both extending the vessel's ability to reach ice-locked, remote Arctic islands en route from the North Pole.


Cabins Aboard 

Fifty Years of Victory

Every 50 Years of Victory cabin has exterior views and private facilities.

Twin

1 lower berth, 1 sofa bed, private facilities with shower, window that opens, TV and DVD player.

Mini Suite

Sitting area with sofa bed, bed separated from the sitting area, private facilities with shower, window that opens, TV and DVD player.

Suite

Bedroom and sitting area, sofa bed in sitting room, private facilities with bathtub or shower, refrigerator, window that opens, TV and DVD player, coffee maker, safe.

Victory Suite

Large bedroom and sitting room, sofa bed in sitting room, private facilities with bathtub, refrigerator, window that opens, TV and DVD player, coffee maker, safe.

Arktika Suite

Very spacious bedroom and sitting room, sofa bed in sitting room, private facilities with bathtub, refrigerator, window that opens, TV and DVD player, coffee maker, safe, daily selection of fresh fruit, drinks and snacks, unique cabin amenities. Please note: Arktika Suites 46 and 48 have obstructed views from their windows

Fifty Years of Victory Deck Plan