Polar Ship - 50 Years of Victory
50 Years of Victory
- Comfortable, friendly atmosphere: just 128 guests.
- Icebreaking capabilities to the top of the world where regular ships cannot go
- 74,000 hp generated by 2 nuclear reactors get you where few have ever been
- Helicopter for aerial-sightseeing.
- 4 fully enclosed lifeboats ensure your safety in all conditions
- Onboard helicopters allow spectacular aerial-sightseeing
- Fleet of Zodiacs bring you up-close and personal with Arctic wildlife, icebergs and more
- Every cabin has exterior views and private facilities, for your comfort and enjoyment
- Onboard gym, two saunas, small swimming pool, and library allow you to relax between shore visits
Carrying the highest ice class rating possible, Victory can crush ice up to 3 meters (10 feet) thick, and is the world's largest and most sophisticated nuclear-powered icebreaker.
Onboard you hardly feel a thing. Absolutely unforgettable is the sound of mammoth slabs of ice colliding with the hull! An onboard helicopter extends the vessels ability to reach ice-locked, remote Arctic islands en route from the North Pole.
The Sea Spirit does offer internet access on your Quark Voyage.
Cabin and Deck Plans
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Staff and Crew 140
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
Cabins and amenities
- All cabins have exterior views.
- All cabins have private facilities.
- One dining room with unreserved seating.
- Aft Saloon for presentations and socializing.
- Victory Bar with exterior views, open from afternoon to late evening.
- Library with polar books.
- Gym, two saunas, and small swimming pool.
- Clinic with licensed doctor.
- One passenger elevator.
- Arkitka Suite has a single bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the sitting room.
Please note: Arktika Suites 46 and 48 have obstructed views from their windows