16 A Visit to A Russian Icebreaker

A Visit to A Russian Icebreaker

Posted on August 7, 2011 by kulichik

Today we’ll visit an atomic vehicle named 50 Years Of Victory and participate in a short excursion along its machinery department and other premises. All the pictures are represented below.

An atomic icebreaker is a plain steamer. The atomic reactor heats water that turns into steam that rotates turbines that activate generators that generate electricity that enters electric motors that set 3 marine propellers in motion.

The body depth at the place of ice breaking is 5 cm. Such a ship has a double bottom and won’t have to retreat in case of a hole.


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16 Responses to “A Visit to A Russian Icebreaker”

  1. Galitsin says:

    Does anyone have any idea whether the ship can embark passengers?

  2. Verto says:

    who is the weird creature above the “9 meter” slogan card in pic,3 ? ? ? ? ?

  3. Galitsin says:

    Thanks a lot!

  4. BlowME says:

    Looks like a very cozy ship to be in a long journey through the icy waters. Though aren’t there too many tourists?

  5. Boritz says:

    So, nuclear powered ship requires pineapple can “repair” to control the leakage from the pipes. With what do they repair the reactors?

  6. testicules says:

    So that is where they keep the pineapple rings. I was looking for those.

  7. Mike says:

    This is awesome. Thank you!

  8. George Johnson says:

    Looks like that would be a different vacation. Interesting.

  9. Musa says:

    Yum… the food looks wonderful and so does the swimming pool, I want to go.

  10. Archy Bunka says:

    Cool Pics.

  11. perristalsis says:

    I was a boiler technician in the U.S. Navy. If you ever caught just one drop of condensed steam on the top of your head you’d know the tin can is a very good idea until the valve can be isolated and repacked.

  12. John says:

    Looks like a fun ship to be on!

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