Carrying the highest ice class rating possible, Victory can crush ice up to 3 meters (10 feet) thick, and is the world's largest and most sophisticated nuclear-powered icebreaker.

When you’re on board the 50 Years of Victory, you’ll know what it feels like to be all-powerful. The world's largest and most sophisticated nuclear-powered icebreaker, the Victory has the highest ice class rating possible, meaning no matter what terrain you’re crossing, you’ll hardly feel a thing.

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Boat features

Classification Icebreaker
Total number of passengers 128
Total number of crew 140
Guide Naturalist guide, ornathologist, marine biologist, historian, photographer, geologist
Regions Arctic
Heated, salt water plunge pool
His and hers saunas
Gym with a selection of fitness equipment
Multi-purpose sports court
Polar boutique selling essentials, souvenirs and clothing
Polar library
Presentation Lounge for lectures
Clinic with licensed Doctor
All cabins have ensuite facilities
All cabins have external views
Helicopter for flight seeing
Fitness equipment
TV and DVD player
Bathrobes
Hairdryer
Expedition parka to keep
Expedition boots on loan
On board helicopter for flight seeing
Elevator accessing Decks 1, 2 and 3
Electrical current 220 volts.  Plugs are standard European two round pin plugs
Length 150.7 metres (494 feet)
Width 30 metres (98 feet)
Decks 7
Year built 2007
Built in Russia
Ice class LL1 (the highest rating possible)
Cruise speed 18 knots in open water
Electricity 220-volt electrical current (plugs are standard European two round-pin plugs)
Life rafts 4 fully enclosed

Cabin features

Twin Cabin 50 Years of Victory boat
Located on the Bow Deck and Bridge Decks 1,2 and 3
Approximately 13.8 sq. m (149 sq. ft.)
Exterior views
One lower berth and one sofa bed made up each evening
TV and DVD player
Private bathroom
Mini Suite Cabin 50 Years of Victory boat
Located on Bridge Decks 1 and 3
Average cabin area 21 sq. m (225 sq. ft.)
Exterior view
One lower berth and one sofa bed made up each evening
Refrigerator, TV and DVD player
Private bathroom
Suite Cabin 50 Years of Victory boat
Located on Bridge Decks 1 and 2
Average cabin area 21 sq. m (257 sq. ft.)
Exterior views
Double bed and sofa bed which is can be made up each evening
Refrigerator, TV and DVD player
Private bathroom
Victory Suite cabin of 50 Years of Victory boat
Located on Bridge Deck 3
Average cabin area 28 sq. m (303 sq. ft.)
Exterior views
Double bed and sofa bed which is can be made up each evening
Refrigerator, TV and DVD player
Private bathroom
Arkita Suite cabin 50 Years of Victory boat
Located on Bridge Decks 1, 2 and 3
Average cabin area 29 sq. m (314 sq. ft.)
Exterior views
Double bed and sofa bed which is can be made up each evening
Refrigerator, TV and DVD player
Private bathroom

Deck plan

50 Years of Victor boat Deck plan

Trips aboard the 50 Years of Victory

Trip Name Days From NZD
North Pole: Journey to the top of the World

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