Suur Tõll (icebreaker)
Suur Tõll is an Estonian steam-powered icebreaker preserved in the Estonian Maritime Museum in Tallinn.
Sevmorput (Russian: Севморпуть) is a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaking LASH carrier and container ship.
The NS Yamal (Russian: Яма́л) is a Russian Arktika class nuclear-powered icebreaker operated by Atomflot (formerly by the Murmansk Shipping Company).
Vladimir Ignatyuk (icebreaker)
Vladimir Ignatyuk (formerly MV Arctic Kalvik) is a diesel icebreaker that was built in 1983 at the Victoria Yard of the Burrard Yarrows Corporation located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada for Beaudril Limited, an oil-drilling subsidiary of Gulf Canada Resources Ltd.
The Purga class are a group of icebreaker Patrol ships operated by the Russian maritime border guard.
Kapitan Khlebnikov (icebreaker)
The Kapitan Khlebnikov (Russian: Капита́н Хле́бников, IPA: [kəpʲɪˈtan ˈxlʲɛbnʲɪkəf]) is a Russian (formerly Soviet) icebreaker.
Sadko was a Russian and Soviet icebreaker ship of 3,800 tonnes displacement.
A. Sibiryakov (icebreaker)
A. Sibiryakov (Russian Александр Сибиряков) was a Soviet icebreaker which was active in the Russian Arctic during the 1930s.
SS Baikal was an ice-breaking train ferry that linked the eastern and western portions of the Trans-Siberian Railroad across Lake Baikal.
Rossiya (Russian: Россия) is a Russian Arktika-class nuclear-powered icebreaker.
Georgiy Sedov (icebreaker)
The Sedov was a Soviet ice-breaker fitted with steam engines.
50 Let Pobedy
NS 50 Let Pobedy (Russian: 50 лет Победы), translated as 50 Years of Victory or Fiftieth Anniversary of Victory (referring to victory in the Second World War), is a Russian Arktika-class nuclear-powered icebreaker.
SS Chelyuskin (Russian: «Челю́скин»; IPA: [tɕɪˈlʲuskʲɪn]) was a Soviet steamship reinforced to navigate through polar ice that became ice-bound in Arctic waters during navigation along the Northern Maritime Route from Murmansk to Vladivostok.
The Arktika class is a Russian (former Soviet) class of nuclear-powered icebreakers.
Kapitan Dranitsyn (Russian: «Капитан Драницын») is a Russian icebreaker, built in Finland for the former Soviet Union.
The LK-60YA class (Russian: ЛК-60Я) is a Russian class of nuclear-powered icebreakers; they are the largest and most powerful icebreakers ever constructed.
Vitus Bering (icebreaker)
Vitus Bering (Russian: Витус Беринг) is a Russian icebreaking platform supply and standby vessel owned by Sovcomflot.
Project 21900 icebreaker
Project 21900 and Project 21900M icebreakers (also referred as LK-16) are a series of five Russian icebreakers.
Baltika (Балтика) is a Russian icebreaker built by Arctech Helsinki Shipyard in Helsinki, Finland.
Viktor Chernomyrdin (icebreaker)
Viktor Chernomyrdin is a new Russian icebreaker, also referred to as Project 22600 or LK-25, currently under construction at Baltiysky Zavod in St.
Russian Multi-Purpose Salvage Vessels
Russian Multi-Purpose Salvage Vessels are group of three classes of ships - MPSV06, MPSV07 and MPSV12.
Magadan is a Russian icebreaker.
SCF Sakhalin (СКФ Сахалин) is a Russian icebreaking platform supply and standby vessel owned by SCF Sakhalin Vessels Limited, a subsidiary of Sovcomflot, and managed by Far East Shipping Company (FESCO).
Aleksey Chirikov (icebreaker)
Aleksey Chirikov is a Russian icebreaking platform supply and standby vessel owned by Sovcomflot.
Ilmarinen was a small steam-powered icebreaker that was part of the Finnish state-owned icebreaker fleet in 1918–1922.