"Rosatom" called the timing of the receipt of three nuclear icebreakers "Leader"

"Rosatom" called the timing of the receipt of three nuclear icebreakers "Leader"

The first nuclear icebreaker of the new project 10510 "Leader" will go into operation in 2027. In total, the Rosatom corporation will receive three icebreakers of this project by 2033, Zvezda reports.


The newest Russian icebreakers of the project 10510 Leader will be designed for year-round escort of large-capacity cargo ships along the Northern Sea Route. The construction of all three vessels will be carried out at the Far Eastern shipbuilding complex Zvezda. Russian President Vladimir Putin gave his consent to determine Zvezda as the executor of the order for the construction of nuclear powered ships.

As Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said earlier, the construction of icebreakers will be carried out in cooperation with Russian shipbuilders, including the Baltic Shipyard, where universal project 22220 icebreakers are being built today. The subcontractors will manufacture individual components and assemblies. The issue of financing the construction of icebreakers has already been resolved; ships will be built at the expense of Rosneft.

It is assumed that the construction of the first icebreaker "Leader" will begin in 2020.

According to the project, the total displacement of the Leader will be 71,4 thousand tons with a length of 209 meters, a width of 47,7 meters and a height of 20,3 meters. The ship will receive two RITM-400 nuclear reactors with a capacity of 120 megawatts on propellers and a thermal capacity of 315 megawatts each.

According to estimates, the Leader icebreaker will be able to reach speeds of up to 24 knots in clean water and up to 12 knots on ice up to 2 meters thick. The maximum overcome ice thickness is 4 meters. The service life of such an icebreaker is designed for 40 years. The crew is 127 people. The autonomy of the icebreaker in terms of provisions will be 8 months.

The technical project for the atomic icebreaker of project 10510 was released in 2017, the developer is Iceberg Central Design Bureau (Petersburg).
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  1. The Leader project is very necessary and timely. Rosatom is a serious structure.
    I would like to meet the deadlines without any adventures.
    1. NEXUS 24 December 2019 14: 57 New
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      Quote: Advisor to the Council of Advisers
      I would like to meet the deadlines without any adventures.

      Stay tuned, do not even be surprised if ahead of schedule. These are living profits for our nouveau riche. That is why we are building new icebreakers as people, and destroyers and cruisers, like the Papuans of New Guinea (I'm talking about timing and financing). There, the money then goes smoothly to the construction of icebreakers, unlike shipyards, where ships are built for our navy.
      1. Stirbjorn 24 December 2019 15: 07 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        Stay tuned, do not even be surprised if ahead of schedule. These are living profits for our nouveau riche. That is why we are building new icebreakers as people, and destroyers and cruisers, like the Papuans of New Guinea (I'm talking about timing and financing).

        “Arctic” should have passed two years ago. The production of atomic icebreakers is complicated, one cannot do with financing alone, hands are needed and competent management. And with this the nouveau riche is bad, only the budget can be cut according to plan
      2. Do you have something against Rosatom? I can still understand for a tooth, for example - against Roscosmos.
        Serious people are working in Rosatom. My respect to all these people.
      3. maidan.izrailovich 24 December 2019 17: 17 New
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        Stay tuned, do not even be surprised if ahead of schedule.

        Not a fact.
        The plant was built in the Union for the repair of nuclear submarines. And spawn did not build anything meaningful. The production now being created is experiencing an acute shortage of specialized personnel. Particularly acute problem with housing.
        1. Dikson 24 December 2019 18: 12 New
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          The Chinese will obviously build .. Under the roof of the Star .. There is no experience in building such ships except the Baltic people in any country .. So, after launching, they will be distilled along the NSR to the Baltic Sea to install reactors .. Something like that ..
          1. K-612-O 24 December 2019 19: 13 New
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            Or maybe the North Koreans ?! Did Likhachev personally tell you this? You don’t know how Rosatom works, for this project it is planned to train almost 1,5 personnel for Zvezda together with the Balt.zavod only, the entire production cycle will go to the Far East. And the star only laid the Arc6 tanker, 68 thousand tons displacement, do not worry, there will be another platform for Arctic ships, and there you will see conversations about the continuation of atomic lighters.
            1. Dikson 25 December 2019 05: 02 New
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              Conversations can and will go .. And the projects will surely be. An example of a Norilsk Nickel is that the fleet itself built for its needs .. But the hassle was that there were already steamers needed by the country .. And safely sailed abroad .. at one time .. Nuclear-powered ships certainly won’t sail away .. But I don’t really believe in the "full cycle" .. Reactors are still not a set of frames and the installation of the steering rudder ..
            2. Dikson 25 December 2019 06: 02 New
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              Can Koreans .. just not northern, but southern .. Why are you so excited? We are talking about the availability of specialists .. To compose such a steamer is not a river-sea trough to be welded from roofing iron ... Here, real specialists also need technologies. If there were such ones on the Far East, the Pacific Pacific Fleet would not be in a rather poor state .. It’s not even about atomic operating time, but about high-quality welding of the hull kit .. Well, that gave work to the enterprise, it means there will be development. Or do you not like Chinese shipbuilding, at their pace? Are you racist?
          2. maidan.izrailovich 25 December 2019 04: 50 New
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            The Chinese will build obviously ..

            The USC went the other way. Yes, the Chinese are also involved. But for the construction of shipyard facilities. For the construction of ships directly, experts from other shipyards are involved. On a business trip and on temporary contracts. Parallel recruited young people learn from them. Naturally, the process of educating one's staff is not long. Therefore, it is surprising that such a significant project for the country is given to this plant.
            1. Piramidon 25 December 2019 09: 45 New
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              Quote: maidan.izrailovich
              Therefore, it is surprising that such a significant project for the country is given to this plant.

              And who else? The rest of the shipyards that are able to build this are already loaded with orders for many years.
      4. cherkas.oe 25 December 2019 00: 53 New
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        It seems to me that the speed of construction of icebreakers will directly depend on the growth rate of profitability of the NSR. And nothing more. If our hucksters see that the very same Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Europeans and all other "progressive" marketing are not in a hurry to move along the NSR, then they will invest in the construction of "Leaders" from under the stick, and this is not fast.
        1. maidan.izrailovich 25 December 2019 04: 53 New
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          It seems to me that the speed of construction of icebreakers will directly depend on the growth rate of profitability of the NSR. And nothing more.

          Foreign policy fuss around the Arctic and the ambitions of some countries also affect icebreaker construction speed.
    2. Lone gunman 24 December 2019 21: 30 New
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      As for the "Leader", the Russians have something, but they know how to build icebreakers, they will build all three and by the deadline, in spite of sanctions "from hell", you see, then the "hellish" sanctions themselves will be brought into ...
  2. Lord of the Sith 24 December 2019 14: 51 New
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    Serious plans for the Arctic, and rightly so. Everything is ours, along the Lomonosov Ridge.
    For this, icebreakers are needed.
  3. Piramidon 24 December 2019 14: 52 New
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    Rosatom plans to get three nuclear icebreakers "Leader" Until 2033 year

    Oh, sorry I will not live, apparently (all the same, the eighth dozen exchanged). And I would very much like to see how all these "applicants" for our part of the Arctic will be driven from there by rags.
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    1. Vadim237 24 December 2019 15: 00 New
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      They are needed primarily by Russia, as a means of year-round operation of the Northern Sea Route.
  5. Nikolay87 24 December 2019 14: 57 New
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    The newest Russian icebreakers of the project 10510 Leader will be designed for year-round escort of large-capacity cargo ships along the Northern Sea Route.

    why is Rosatom responsible for this?
    1. Brturin 24 December 2019 15: 45 New
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      probably because a law has been adopted (No. 525-FZ) under which Rosatom is responsible for the NSR (is its infrastructure operator)
      The development of the infrastructure of the Northern Sea Route, including the development of the infrastructure of seaports located on the coast of the Northern Sea Route, is carried out by the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom" in accordance with the development plan for the infrastructure of the Northern Sea Route, which is being developed by the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom" coordination with the federal executive body in the field of transport and approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.
      The federal executive body authorized by the Government of the Russian Federation, in agreement with the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, approves: 1) the rules for icebreaking assistance in the waters of the Northern Sea Route; 2) the rules for ice pilotage of vessels in the waters of the Northern Sea Route; 3) rules for escorting vessels along routes in the waters of the Northern Sea Route; 4) the provision on hydrometeorological support for navigation of vessels in the waters of the Northern Sea Route. ";
      1. Nikolay87 24 December 2019 16: 05 New
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        Quote: BrTurin
        probably because a law has been adopted (No. 525-FZ) under which Rosatom is responsible for the NSR (is its infrastructure operator)

        Clear. So all the commercial benefits from using the SVP will go to Rosatom’s profit.
    2. Piramidon 24 December 2019 15: 50 New
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      Quote: Nikolay87
      why is Rosatom responsible for this?

      Does anyone else have such icebreakers?
    3. Sergey Valov 24 December 2019 15: 58 New
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      Because everything related to nuclear energy is very tightly controlled by the state.
    4. K-612-O 24 December 2019 19: 15 New
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      Because besides us, no one operates nuclear icebreakers and does not develop its "heart" and turbines.
  6. Igor Borisov_2 24 December 2019 14: 59 New
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    It’s sad that we can build such icebreakers, and "The United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) can design and build a Russian pipe-laying vessel capable of carrying out work such as laying the Nord Stream-1,5 gas pipeline in 2-3 years," said Alexei Rakhmanov, head of the corporation So they stuck to a dead end because of ALLSEAS .....
    1. lev1759 24 December 2019 16: 03 New
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      Korea will build a super-spreader for us. Infa from a person in
      Gazprom ...
      1. Mityay65 24 December 2019 16: 15 New
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        And why now the "super-spreader"?
        Offshore pipelines were built: Blue Stream, 2 Turkish Streams, 2 Nordic Streams, the last largest in the world.
        Are new submarine pipelines planned yet? No, nothing else is planned, there is already redundancy of pipeline transport to Europe, all pipes will go to China by land. Export is planned to increase due to LNG.
        Now the "super stacker" is not needed.
        1. Brturin 24 December 2019 17: 25 New
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          Quote: Mityai65
          Are new submarine pipelines planned yet?

          But maybe it comes to the Shtokman field, and there Murmansk ...
        2. lev1759 24 December 2019 20: 52 New
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          Now the "super stacker" is not needed.


          It is necessary.
          1) Nord Stream - 3
          2) South Stream (through Bulgaria so that the Turks do not show off a lot)
          3) Via Sakhalin to Japan
          This is so offhand ...
        3. Cetron 24 December 2019 21: 00 New
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          To lay a couple of large pipes from Abkhazia to the Crimea and run their mountain rivers, which uselessly merge into the sea, for the needs of Crimeans. The outskirts would have strangled themselves.
        4. Marconi41 24 December 2019 21: 13 New
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          Quote: Mityai65
          Are new submarine pipelines planned yet?

          The plans, in fact, are huge! There is a project for Japan, there is a SP-3. And in the north of our country there are also projects. Wait and see.
      2. Mityay65 24 December 2019 17: 09 New
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        Yeah, I remembered that there is still a project, or rather an idea, of building a gas pipeline from Sakhalin to Japan. But the Japanese do not yet agree.
        1. lev1759 24 December 2019 20: 54 New
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          But the Japanese do not yet agree.

          The key word here is YET ... The Chinas didn’t want to either until they locked it.
  7. Amateur 24 December 2019 15: 00 New
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    The construction of all three vessels will be carried out at the Far Eastern shipbuilding complex Zvezda.

    Such ships were never built there. There are no specialists, no technology. Are you going to build up to the "carrot's conspiracy"?
  8. kapitan281271 24 December 2019 15: 01 New
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    71,4 thousand tons of displacement, there is no mistake, “Nimitz” if I’m not mistaken, 75 and 127 people, there are 5 thousand, and what about the space, then everyone will be occupied, if there are knowledgeable people, it would be interesting, in more detail hi
    1. Vladimir_2U 24 December 2019 15: 11 New
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      Nimitz "if I'm not mistaken 75

      You are mistaken, "Nimitz" about 100 kilotons.
    2. Alexy 24 December 2019 15: 20 New
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      The VLCC crew of about 25 people and nothing, somehow cope
    3. Dimka75 24 December 2019 15: 20 New
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      Also doubt the data. The width of the lcdock in the article is declared as 48 m, and the height is 20 m. I can’t even imagine this "basin". Somewhere a mistake.
      1. cniza 24 December 2019 15: 58 New
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        A clear error in height, it seems to be the height of the side.
      2. Dikson 25 December 2019 05: 21 New
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        Do you know why the USSR failed to realize this idea? Because cargo ships, tankers, tankers and ore carriers turned out to be wider than our super-powerful nuclear powered ships of that time .. The “Arctic” breaks a channel in ice6 and the dry cargo ship “doesn’t fit” it .. I had to go through each section TWICE, expanding the channel .. And this - time .. And the ice moves, the channel shrinks ... Therefore, a series of wider, shallow-sitting diesel electric ships of the Finnish construction appeared .. Then the Taimyr and Vaigach nuclear-powered ships appeared .. therefore icebreakers flat on the NSR are needed .. because a paradox! -Our atomic icebreakers couldn’t navigate our same nuclear-powered icebreaker "Northern Sea Route" along the Northern Sea Route, because it is wider in the midship!
    4. Hog
      Hog 24 December 2019 15: 22 New
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      An icebreaker needs a large mass to overcome thick ice (full displacement also implies ballast water taken on board).
    5. Yuyuka 24 December 2019 16: 42 New
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      possibly for dual use - for transportation of "containers" winked
  9. Robertocalos 24 December 2019 15: 28 New
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    Zircon will not be in UVP?)
  10. Nuclear_winter 24 December 2019 15: 45 New
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    As I understand it, the community is divided into two opposite camps, some are needed, others do not need a "Leader".
    I wish I could hear all the pros and cons.
    1. Brturin 24 December 2019 19: 51 New
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      Quote: K-612-O
      And the star only laid the tanker Arc6,

      The maximum length of the tanker will be 257 meters, width - 34 meters. But they are followed by Arc7 gas carriers. The use of larger vessels is more profitable. If at first they wrote about a width of 50 m, then - "In addition, a new ship may be a bit narrower than the old - 46 m wide instead of 50 m." Then they fixed it "with a width of 44 meters instead of 46 meters." The size of one vessel determines the size of another.
  11. bk316 24 December 2019 15: 54 New
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    RHYTHM-400

    Two rhythms of 400 is some kind of overkill ....
    25 km / h on ice is something fantastic ...
    I understand correctly that neither in the Russian Federation nor in the USSR have ships of such tonnage been built before?
    1. K-612-O 24 December 2019 19: 18 New
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      Never and no one. The New Arctic is the largest and most powerful icebreaker ever built.
    2. Dikson 25 December 2019 07: 46 New
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      Well, again, depending on the ice ... it’s not just the thickness. The perennial ice pack has a completely different structure than usual .. It's like comparing ordinary piece of iron with damask steel ..
  12. cniza 24 December 2019 15: 55 New
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    "Rosatom" called the timing of the receipt of three nuclear icebreakers "Leader"


    A very symbolic and speaking project name ...
  13. Xenofont 24 December 2019 16: 14 New
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    It is curious, but USC, following the example of sworn partners, is creating special training centers for training specialists, bearing in mind the number of ships and submarines planned for launching in the coming years? Or whoever gets involved in the construction?
  14. Falcon5555 24 December 2019 16: 23 New
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    Strange design. I wonder if it will be necessary to tow it, for example, to the port to the pier or from the port, as is usually done with large vessels, how will the tugs give it ends to the tank? If the engine in the ocean fails, how will the tugboat take it in tow, if there is nothing to cling to? Tow backwards? What about the storm? How from the pier to him or will he give mooring ends from the nose to the pier? What will they be tied on his nose? If there is no tank, as such? And the person will not be able to go there, and there is nothing to tie the cable to? From my sofa it seems to me that the "tanks" of the ships are not for beauty, but they are needed for these and all sorts of other purposes. For example, in order to be able to walk trite along the deck to the side of the bow on the bow, hang over, and see what is down there, already under the side or close to the course - an iceberg, a polar bear, a man on an ice floe, a hole in the hull, a rock, you never know still. Avant-garde design, but they didn’t think of anything here. Probably not sailors drew it, and not engineers, but "effective managers" or "lawyers". smile Another strange moment is the huge pipe at the atomic icebreaker. smile
    1. Dikson 24 December 2019 18: 18 New
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      So this is a model! With such a design, it’s very convenient to run it in the pools .. And a huge pipe - in order to draw a flag on it.
    2. prodi 24 December 2019 20: 01 New
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      it also seems that the height, weight and volume of the bow should be much larger, and the underwater part of the front quarter of the body, much narrower
    3. Marconi41 24 December 2019 21: 20 New
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      Quote: Falcon5555
      If there is no tank, as such?

      Everything is there, just a little lower. This is done to combat freezing. Norway has long been building that way. And our border guards also have such a scheme on new ships. Do not worry.
      1. region58 25 December 2019 02: 01 New
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        Quote: Marconi41
        Norway has been building this way for a long time

        Think it seems?

        And with the fact that the picture in the initial stage will be something like this:

        Or maybe like this:
        1. Dikson 25 December 2019 05: 24 New
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          I just wanted to write - a poor boatswain with a deck crew .. under this lid on the tank it will constantly blow tons of snow .. and ice .. but will it be necessary to chip and throw it overboard through small payols? )))
        2. Marconi41 25 December 2019 11: 41 New
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          You yourself posted a photo of Norway. Look carefully at her. All tank entrances are closed. There are no rails and bulwarks on top, as well as rigging parts. It will freeze, but not critical.
  15. Old26 24 December 2019 16: 30 New
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    Quote: Falcon5555
    Strange design. I wonder if it will be necessary to tow it, for example, to the port to the pier or from the port, as is usually done with large vessels, how will the tugs give it ends to the tank? If the engine in the ocean fails, how will the tugboat take it in tow, if there is nothing to cling to? Tow backwards? What about the storm? How from the pier to him or will he give mooring ends from the nose to the pier? What will they be tied on his nose? If there is no tank, as such? And the person will not be able to go there, and there is nothing to tie the cable to? From my sofa it seems to me that the "tanks" of the ships are not for beauty, but they are needed for these and all sorts of other purposes. For example, in order to be able to walk trite along the deck to the side of the bow on the bow, hang over, and see what is down there, already under the side or close to the course - an iceberg, a polar bear, a man on an ice floe, a hole in the hull, a rock, you never know still. Avant-garde design, but they didn’t think of anything here. Probably not sailors drew it, and not engineers, but "effective managers" or "lawyers". smile Another strange moment is the huge pipe at the atomic icebreaker. smile

    Well, this is a model, not a finished ship. Therefore, there are no "holes" on it and everything else ...
  16. awg75 24 December 2019 18: 34 New
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    That the very funny USA will unambiguously announce the sanctions of the Northern Sea Route and it will be the same as with the Nord Stream 2. We will be all in shit, but with a funny face. Until we answer, we are doomed.
    1. Dikson 25 December 2019 05: 06 New
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      What are the sanctions on the NSR? What are you speaking about? In the place of our powers that be, the most correct move would be to shut up the Suez Canal .. And then everyone will rush to pay money for ice pipelines through the NSR .. for it will become much shorter ..) Until then, all the squeals about free passage in our Arctic - This is a shot with an eye on other people's oil and gas production platforms and developments practically under our nose.
      1. awg75 25 December 2019 10: 30 New
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        and the sanctions are very very simple. anyone who takes advantage of the sanctions and seizure of accounts in the Western world. and believe me no one will go, even ours.
  17. Connor MacLeod 24 December 2019 20: 20 New
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    Before building icebreakers, it would be nice to begin to find out whether the Northern Sea Route will actually be in demand - for this you need to establish contact with large sea carriers such as Maersk, MSC, CMA-CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and find out if they are interested or not. In theory, they should be interested if the way to Europe through the Arctic is two times shorter. Although there are difficulties with this route ...
    1. dauria 24 December 2019 21: 09 New
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      First, find out whether the Northern Sea Route will actually be in demand


      Spit on commerce. Yes, there a year passes in less than a week through
      Suez or Panama. But for transferring from Pacific Fleet to North and vice versa so as not to repeat this in case of need -
      1. Connor MacLeod 25 December 2019 02: 18 New
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        If “case of need” means a hypothetical conflict with the United States, then the Americans will do everything to block the Bering Strait.
        1. dauria 25 December 2019 03: 12 New
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          then the Americans will do everything to block the Bering Strait.

          I'm afraid if it comes to this, the strait will be from California to the statue of liberty, and polar bears will walk along the ice of the Panama Canal in an embrace with penguins ..
  18. DMB-2020 24 December 2019 20: 59 New
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    Wow, and cool time is waiting for us! New nuclear icebreakers simultaneously with the landing on Mars and bases on the moon, against the backdrop of nuclear aircraft carriers with super-heavy Angara and hundreds of SuperJets, and even an elevator to the moon! It is a pity that only the waste from Germany will be able to begin to be processed already in 2080, but we can also hold out and tighten our belts, the main thing is to have a good mood.
    1. ultra 24 December 2019 23: 50 New
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      Well, one-time, feel better? wassat
      1. DMB-2020 25 December 2019 01: 33 New
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        Why did you decide this, darned?
  19. Pevek 25 December 2019 00: 01 New
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    What a handsome man !!
    I wish they were quick to see, and next to the Arctic)))))
  20. Archivist Vasya 25 December 2019 09: 49 New
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    The ship is interesting, but the nose is clearly spoiled sad - How can you stand on it leaning against the railing with arms outstretched and admiring breaking ice ?! repeat
  21. samaravega 25 December 2019 12: 57 New
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    The decision to build these ships in the Far East is in the BEST case stupidity, in the worst - the next multi-billion-dollar senseless "withdrawal" of funds from our (taxpayers) pockets in favor of "friends", "innocent victims of sanctions".
    First: the plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur in the period after Stalin built EXCLUSIVELY submarine nuclear submarines, KTOF and this plant were not able to provide even competent service for large surface ships, including two nuclear-powered cruisers, pr. 1144. An example is before us: one that is much closer located and much better equipped with both personnel and equipment, but focused on the SevMash submarine, both disrupted the timing and quality of the redesign of Admiral Gorshkov (45000 tons), and now disrupts the timing and quality of repairs of Kuznetsov (58000 tons) and re-equipment of Nakhimov (28000 tons). Well, this niche is not theirs - large surface ships. It is impossible to demand fast and high-quality repair of the TV from the service of washing machines. After that, plans to build an atomic icebreaker in Komsomolsk-on-Amur with 71000 tons (much more than Kuznetsov, by the way) look as real as Rogozin’s “base on the moon”. Not to mention the many "minor" technical problems, for example: how to "drag" this "baby" along the Amur River from the factory to the sea?
    Second: the ONLY plant that produces nuclear power plants for surface ships and ships (at least military, at least civilian), is located in St. Petersburg. I propose making bets: nuclear power plants will be dragged across the country (these are not only reactors and systems for their protection, cooling, etc., they are also steam turbines, steam generators, gearboxes, etc., a lot of complex, expensive, heavy and bulky equipment that NOBODY ARE ABLE to assemble and assemble on site), or a “ship” of 71000 tons (recall, almost 1,5 times more than Kuznetsov) will be “towed” from the Far East to St. Petersburg by tugs? Knowing the craving of our government for "disbursement of funds", I personally put 10000 rubles right now. on the second option.
    Conclusion: multi-billion expenses "nowhere", while in my district clinic (1,5 million city, 280 thousand registered residents in the area excluding visitors from villages and migrants) the endocrinologist was reduced - well, the state does not have 40000 rubles. per month (this is not the salary of a doctor, this is the salary + 43% of taxes). I am very happy for the “friend of Vova”, whose LNG tankers, thanks to new icebreakers, will take our gas from Sabetta (this is where the 21st century is real!) To “decaying Europe” and beyond without any interference at any time of the year. But after all, "Gazprom is a national treasure!" Or is advertising lying?