50 Let Pobedy

50 Let Pobedy (Russian: 50 лет Победы; "50 Years of Victory", referring to the anniversary of victory of the Soviet Union in World War II) is a Russian Arktika-class nuclear-powered icebreaker.

Name50 Let Pobedy (50 лет Победы)
Namesake50th anniversary of the end of the Great Patriotic War
OwnerRussian Federation
OperatorFSUE Atomflot
Port of registryMurmansk,  Russia[1]
BuilderBaltic Shipyard
Yard number705
Laid down4 October 1989
Launched29 December 1993
Commissioned23 March 2007[2]
Maiden voyage2007
StatusIn active service
General characteristics [3]
Class and typeArktika-class icebreaker
Displacement25,168 tons
Length159.6 m (524 ft)
Beam30 m (98 ft)
Draught11 m (36 ft)
Depth17.2 m (56 ft)
Installed power
  • Nuclear-turbo-electric
  • Three shafts (3 × 18 MW)
Speed18.6 knots (34.4 km/h; 21.4 mph) (maximum)
Endurance7.5 months
Aircraft carried1 × Mi-2, Mi-8 or Ka-27 helicopter
Aviation facilitiesHelipad and hangar for one helicopter
50 Let Pobedy on a Russian stamp

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