The Project 22220 nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika has completed sea trials in the Gulf of Finland and returned to the outfitting quay of the Baltic Shipyard, the Defense Ministry’s press office said.
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26 Aug 2020
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy (WAGB-20) suffered a fire in one of the ship’s main propulsion motors Aug. 18 while underway for operations in the Arctic.
17 Aug 2020
GE press release GE’s Integrated Full Electrical Power and Propulsion System (IFEP) for the AOPS ...
02 Aug 2020
Russia's Vyborg Shipyard held a keel laying ceremony on 25 July for the "Purga" ice-class coast guard ship of project 23550, the enterprise said. The vessel is intended for the border guard service of the Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation.
08 Jul 2020
Zvezda Shipyard in Bolshoi Kamen in the Far East began to cut metal for the first Leader-class nuclear icebreaker of project 10510. It has been ordered by Rosatom nuclear corporation, the Atomflot Company said.
25 Jun 2020
The Arktika lead nuclear icebreaker of project 22220 sailed out from Baltic Shipyard for the final stage of sea trials, the enterprise said.
11 Jun 2020
According to a memo published by the White House and signed by President Trump, new nuclear-powered ice-breakers could be procured for the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to replace those currently in service and to keep an active presence in Arctic and Antarctic regions.
04 May 2020
On April 23, Rosatom subsidiary FSUE Atomflot and shipbuilder Zvezda LLC remotely signed a contract on the construction of the nuclear icebreaker Leader (project 10510).
04 May 2020
Four U.S. Navy ships and a Royal Navy ship entered the Barents Sea, working together to conduct maritime security operations in the challenging environmental conditions above the Arctic Circle, May 4, 2020.
27 Apr 2020
The missile division of the Russian Northern Fleet equipped with K-300P Bastion (NATO reporting name SS-C-5 Stooge) mobile coastal defence missile system passed their winter training course in the Arctic, the Northern Fleet said on April 24, 2020.