Icebreakers of the Soviet Union

2017-07-29T04:30:09+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Suur Tõll (icebreaker), USCGC Westwind (WAGB-281), Yamal (icebreaker), USCGC Southwind (WAGB-280), USCGC Staten Island (WAGB-278), Jääkarhu, Kapitan Khlebnikov (icebreaker), Sadko (icebreaker), A. Sibiryakov (icebreaker), Rossiya (icebreaker), Georgiy Sedov (icebreaker), 50 Let Pobedy, SS Chelyuskin, Arktika-class icebreaker, Kapitan Dranitsyn, Magadan (icebreaker), Ilmarinen (icebreaker), Ivan Susanin-class icebreaker flashcards Icebreakers of the Soviet Union
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  • Suur Tõll (icebreaker)
    Suur Tõll is an Estonian steam-powered icebreaker preserved in the Estonian Maritime Museum in Tallinn.
  • USCGC Westwind (WAGB-281)
    USCGC Westwind (WAGB-281) was a Wind-class icebreaker that served in the United States Coast Guard as USCGC Westwind (WAG-281), the Soviet Navy as the Severni Polius, and again in the U.
  • Yamal (icebreaker)
    The NS Yamal (Russian: Яма́л) is a Russian Arktika class nuclear-powered icebreaker operated by Atomflot (formerly by the Murmansk Shipping Company).
  • USCGC Southwind (WAGB-280)
    USCGC Southwind (WAGB-280) was a Wind-class icebreaker that served in the United States Coast Guard as USCGC Southwind (WAG-280), the Soviet Navy as the Admiral Makarov, the United States Navy as USS Atka (AGB-3) and again in the U.
  • USCGC Staten Island (WAGB-278)
    USCGC Staten Island (WAGB-278) was a United States Coast Guard Wind-class icebreaker.
  • Jääkarhu
    Jääkarhu was a Finnish and later Soviet steam-powered icebreaker.
  • Kapitan Khlebnikov (icebreaker)
    The Kapitan Khlebnikov (Russian: Капита́н Хле́бников, IPA: [kəpʲɪˈtan ˈxlʲɛbnʲɪkəf]) is a Russian (formerly Soviet) icebreaker.
  • Sadko (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.
  • Rossiya (icebreaker)
    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
    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.
  • Arktika-class icebreaker
    The Arktika class is a Russian (former Soviet) class of nuclear-powered icebreakers.
  • Kapitan Dranitsyn
    Kapitan Dranitsyn (Russian: «Капитан Драницын») is a Russian icebreaker, built in Finland for the former Soviet Union.
  • Magadan (icebreaker)
    Magadan is a Russian icebreaker.
  • Ilmarinen (icebreaker)
    Ilmarinen was a small steam-powered icebreaker that was part of the Finnish state-owned icebreaker fleet in 1918–1922.
  • Ivan Susanin-class icebreaker
    The Ivan Susanin class is a group of icebreaker Patrol ships operated by the Russian maritime border guard.