Why We Like This Ship
- The most powerful nuclear icebreaker in the world, ‘The Victory’ easily breaks a path through ice over 2.5 meters (8 feet) thick at a speed of 12 knots
- Helicopter flightseeing provides an amazing bird's-eye-view of the ship in action amongst the ice and of the sheer vastness of the polar scenery
- Her open bow area allows passengers to experience the ship’s raw power close up as thick ice is splintered and push aside by her wake
- Attaining The North Pole is celebrated with a walk through all the meridians, a BBQ on the ice, and an optional polar plunge for the hardy
- The delicious food onboard is carefully prepared by European chefs and is accompanied by a decent wine list
Trips aboard 50 Years of Victory
Photos of 50 Years of Victory
Along the way they take you up in a helicopter and you see this massive ship looking so small as it ploughs through the ice sheet.
Loli Figueroa Polar Specialist
There is a public email available on board 50 Years of Victory.
Incoming emails are free of charge, whereas outgoing emails are charged 1.80 USD per email.
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