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Russia's nuclear icebreaker fleet

December 05, 2014, 14:46 UTC+3
Ships of world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet - in photo gallery by TASS
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World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Photo: Nuclear ice-breaker Lenin, 1960
World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Photo: Nuclear ice-breaker Lenin, 1960
World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Photo: Nuclear ice-breaker Lenin, 1960
© Fotokhronika TASS
It entered operation in 1959 and was used to clear sea routes for cargo ships along Russia's northern coast.  In 1989 it was decommissioned and converted to a museum ship . Photo: Lenin world's first nuclear powered icebreaker, 2009
It entered operation in 1959 and was used to clear sea routes for cargo ships along Russia's northern coast.  In 1989 it was decommissioned and converted to a museum ship . Photo: Lenin world's first nuclear powered icebreaker, 2009
It entered operation in 1959 and was used to clear sea routes for cargo ships along Russia's northern coast. In 1989 it was decommissioned and converted to a museum ship . Photo: Lenin world's first nuclear powered icebreaker, 2009
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
Сurrently Lenin icebreaker is based in Murmansk's port. Photo: Captain's bridge of Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
Сurrently Lenin icebreaker is based in Murmansk's port. Photo: Captain's bridge of Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
Сurrently Lenin icebreaker is based in Murmansk's port. Photo: Captain's bridge of Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
Russia operates the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. Photo: A companion cabin seen at Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
Russia operates the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. Photo: A companion cabin seen at Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
Russia operates the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. Photo: A companion cabin seen at Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
The fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Photo: Nuclear icebreaker Taimyr and Mi-2 helicopter
The fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Photo: Nuclear icebreaker Taimyr and Mi-2 helicopter
The fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Photo: Nuclear icebreaker Taimyr and Mi-2 helicopter
© ITAR-TASS/Vitaliy Ivanov
Nuclear icebreakers are operated by Rosatomflot, a subsidiary of Rosatom. Photo: Vaigach nuclear ice-breaker and Vilyuysk liquid cargo carrier in the Kara Sea
Nuclear icebreakers are operated by Rosatomflot, a subsidiary of Rosatom. Photo: Vaigach nuclear ice-breaker and Vilyuysk liquid cargo carrier in the Kara Sea
Nuclear icebreakers are operated by Rosatomflot, a subsidiary of Rosatom. Photo: Vaigach nuclear ice-breaker and Vilyuysk liquid cargo carrier in the Kara Sea
© TASS/Semyon Maisterman
Nuclear icebreakers help to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Photo: Nuclear ice breaker Vaigach paving the way through pack ice in the frozen Gulf of Finland for the ships to get to St Petersburg
Nuclear icebreakers help to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Photo: Nuclear ice breaker Vaigach paving the way through pack ice in the frozen Gulf of Finland for the ships to get to St Petersburg
Nuclear icebreakers help to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Photo: Nuclear ice breaker Vaigach paving the way through pack ice in the frozen Gulf of Finland for the ships to get to St Petersburg
© ITAR-TASS/Ruslan Shamukov
Yamal nuclear icebreaker launched in 1992 is frequently used to carry passengers on arctic excursions. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
Yamal nuclear icebreaker launched in 1992 is frequently used to carry passengers on arctic excursions. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
Yamal nuclear icebreaker launched in 1992 is frequently used to carry passengers on arctic excursions. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
Yamal is one of the Russian Arktika family of icebreakers, which must cruise in cold water to cool their reactors. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
Yamal is one of the Russian Arktika family of icebreakers, which must cruise in cold water to cool their reactors. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
Yamal is one of the Russian Arktika family of icebreakers, which must cruise in cold water to cool their reactors. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
The icebreaker carries one helicopter and several boats. It is equipped with 50 passenger cabins and suites. It's amenities include a dining room, a library, passenger lounge, auditorium, volleyball court, gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and an infirmary. Photo: Arctic expedition member on board of Yamal icebreaker
The icebreaker carries one helicopter and several boats. It is equipped with 50 passenger cabins and suites. It's amenities include a dining room, a library, passenger lounge, auditorium, volleyball court, gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and an infirmary. Photo: Arctic expedition member on board of Yamal icebreaker
The icebreaker carries one helicopter and several boats. It is equipped with 50 passenger cabins and suites. It's amenities include a dining room, a library, passenger lounge, auditorium, volleyball court, gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and an infirmary. Photo: Arctic expedition member on board of Yamal icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
50 Let Pobedy (50 Years of Victory) constructed by the Russian shipyard Baltiysky Zavod is world's biggest nuclear-powered icebreaker. Photo: 50 Let Pobedy icebreaker
50 Let Pobedy (50 Years of Victory) constructed by the Russian shipyard Baltiysky Zavod is world's biggest nuclear-powered icebreaker. Photo: 50 Let Pobedy icebreaker
50 Let Pobedy (50 Years of Victory) constructed by the Russian shipyard Baltiysky Zavod is world's biggest nuclear-powered icebreaker. Photo: 50 Let Pobedy icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Nikita Kryuchkov
Photo: 50 Let Pobedy and Yamal icebreakers at the port in Murmansk
Photo: 50 Let Pobedy and Yamal icebreakers at the port in Murmansk
Photo: 50 Let Pobedy and Yamal icebreakers at the port in Murmansk
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
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World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Photo: Nuclear ice-breaker Lenin, 1960
© Fotokhronika TASS
It entered operation in 1959 and was used to clear sea routes for cargo ships along Russia's northern coast. In 1989 it was decommissioned and converted to a museum ship . Photo: Lenin world's first nuclear powered icebreaker, 2009
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
Сurrently Lenin icebreaker is based in Murmansk's port. Photo: Captain's bridge of Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
Russia operates the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. Photo: A companion cabin seen at Lenin nuclear powered icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev
The fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Photo: Nuclear icebreaker Taimyr and Mi-2 helicopter
© ITAR-TASS/Vitaliy Ivanov
Nuclear icebreakers are operated by Rosatomflot, a subsidiary of Rosatom. Photo: Vaigach nuclear ice-breaker and Vilyuysk liquid cargo carrier in the Kara Sea
© TASS/Semyon Maisterman
Nuclear icebreakers help to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Photo: Nuclear ice breaker Vaigach paving the way through pack ice in the frozen Gulf of Finland for the ships to get to St Petersburg
© ITAR-TASS/Ruslan Shamukov
Yamal nuclear icebreaker launched in 1992 is frequently used to carry passengers on arctic excursions. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
Yamal is one of the Russian Arktika family of icebreakers, which must cruise in cold water to cool their reactors. Photo: Yamal nuclear icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
The icebreaker carries one helicopter and several boats. It is equipped with 50 passenger cabins and suites. It's amenities include a dining room, a library, passenger lounge, auditorium, volleyball court, gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and an infirmary. Photo: Arctic expedition member on board of Yamal icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Vladimir Smirnov
50 Let Pobedy (50 Years of Victory) constructed by the Russian shipyard Baltiysky Zavod is world's biggest nuclear-powered icebreaker. Photo: 50 Let Pobedy icebreaker
© ITAR-TASS/Nikita Kryuchkov
Photo: 50 Let Pobedy and Yamal icebreakers at the port in Murmansk
© ITAR-TASS/Lev Fedoseyev

World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Currently Russia's nuclear icebreaker fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Vessels are used to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Ships of world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet - in photo gallery by TASS

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