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Nuclear-powered icebreaker "Arktika" launched at Baltiysky Zavod

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In Petersburg, the world's most powerful icebreaker, the Arktika, was launched, a reporter reported from the scene. RIA News.



“Thus, the designers have gone through one of the most important stages in the construction of the ship. “Arctic” will become the lead ship of the 22220 project and will give rise to a group of nuclear icebreakers needed to develop the Arctic and strengthen Russia's presence in this region, ”the report says.

“It is difficult to overestimate what has been done by our scientists, designers, shipbuilders. There is a feeling of pride in our country, the people who created such a ship. Russia is the only country with its own nuclear icebreaker fleetwhich will allow us to actively implement projects in the Arctic, ”said Valentina Matvienko, speaker of the Federation Council, who was present at the ceremony.

“We are entering a qualitatively new level of development of this richest region. Seven feet under the keel to you, great “Arctic”! ”She added.

In turn, the Director General of Rosatom, Sergei Kiriyenko, called the launch of the nuclear-powered icebreaker "a great victory for both the designers and the team of the Baltic Shipyard." According to him, the icebreaker "opens up" fundamentally new opportunities in the field of ensuring the defense capability of our country and solving economic problems. "

Under a contract with Atomflot, the shipbuilders of the Baltic Shipyard will build the 3 icebreaker of the 22220 project. The first serial (the second in a row) nuclear vessel "Siberia" was laid in May 2015.

Help Agency: The icebreaker "Arctic" was laid in November 2013. Ship length - 173,3 meters, width - 34 meters, displacement - 33,5 thousand tons, crew - 75 people. The nuclear-powered ship will be equipped with a two-reactor power plant with the main source of steam from the RITM-200 reactor unit with a capacity of 175 MW. Deadline - December 2017 year. The vessel will be able to conduct caravans of ships in arctic conditions, breaking through ice up to three meters thick. ”
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RIA News. Vladimir Sychev
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  1. megafair
    megafair 16 June 2016 12: 17
    +39
    Great news! Last week, "Ilya Muromets" for the Russian Defense Ministry, now the "Arctic".

    Keep up the pace!

    Seven feet under the keel!
    1. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 16 June 2016 12: 28
      +13
      Quote: megafair
      Keep up the pace!
      Our Arctic! Let the Yankees and other Canadians with the Norwegians lick a red shabby stump.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 16 June 2016 12: 46
        +16
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        Our Arctic!

        The length of the ship - 173,3 meters, width - 34 meters, displacement - 33,5 thousand tons

        It’s more than Petya’s displacement ... hmm ... Interesting. I think the Arctic is a dual-purpose icebreaker. I won’t be surprised if under some sort of retractable add-on there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.
        1. guzik007
          guzik007 16 June 2016 12: 55
          .
          .I won’t be surprised if under some sort of retractable superstructure there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.
          ---------------------------------------------
          In the light of the predictions of the world's leading climatologists that in 2017 the Arctic will be completely free of ice, this only comes to mind, somewhat justifying the billions of dollars spent by the Dimon-Shuvalov government on crazy projections with an empty pocket.
          ... But 2018 World Cup with such financial gaps can not be explained logically.
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 16 June 2016 13: 03
            +33
            Quote: guzik007
            In light of the predictions of the world's leading climatologists that in the 2017, the Arctic will be completely free of ice,

            Climatologists can say anything ... for that they are paid money. And our icebreaker fleet has long been in need of updating. Moreover, in light of the fact that a serious struggle has begun in the Arctic for hydrocarbons, such icebreaking platforms are not superfluous in these conversations.
            1. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 16 June 2016 15: 45
              +7
              Quote: NEXUS
              Climatologists can say anything ... for that they are paid money

              According to climatologists I agree. Not for nothing that the hydrometeorological center is the country's most lying organization: (after the State Duma, of course).
              But on mandhe is right ... request
              1. Imperialkolorad
                Imperialkolorad 18 June 2016 09: 37
                +1
                Quote: Ingvar 72
                after the State Duma of course

                Dear, you forgot Rada and skip to the first place.
          2. lelikas
            lelikas 16 June 2016 13: 53
            +14
            Quote: guzik007
            In the light of the predictions of the world's leading climatologists that in 2017 the Arctic will be completely free of ice, only this comes to mind,

            Yeah, he’ll be freed as soon as our football team wins Euro 2016 ....
            1. weksha50
              weksha50 16 June 2016 14: 51
              +6
              Quote: lelikas
              Yeah, he’ll be freed as soon as our football team wins Euro 2016 ....



              Yeah ... Joy is in one thing: the Arctic (and its ice) is eternal !!!
          3. weksha50
            weksha50 16 June 2016 14: 50
            +3
            Quote: guzik007
            In light of the predictions


            In the light of predictions, the whole world was supposed to collapse in 2012 ...

            PS And how many predictions before that were ... A thousand and one ... Chinese ...
          4. Tatar 174
            Tatar 174 17 June 2016 07: 24
            +1
            Quote: guzik007
            I would not be surprised if under some sort of retractable superstructure there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.

            Why is this an icebreaker? There are submarines for this. Air defense system, electronic warfare and other detection systems are possible.
            1. Baikal
              Baikal 18 June 2016 17: 22
              0
              Now the Jews will come running and explain everything laughing
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          6. Gennady Chepur
            Gennady Chepur 17 June 2016 07: 51
            +1
            "... But the 2018 World Cup with such financial gaps defies logical explanation."
            War is expensive, and hybrid warfare is no exception.
            The World Cup is a great way to increase the attractiveness of Russia. Remember the Olympics in Sochi ...
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          8. JIaIIoTb
            JIaIIoTb 17 June 2016 09: 03
            +5
            "The Olympics will ruin the country!", "People are already dying of hunger and they are cutting money!", Now they are screaming why icebreakers?!, Why a championship !?, soon people will be screaming again with hunger and they understand money for the mundial is sawing. We will send a lunar expedition will have the same reaction. But notice, as soon as they do something like this in the west, they are great, they are ahead, where are we bastards ...
            Tired honestly.
          9. Nick
            Nick 18 June 2016 09: 48
            0
            Quote: guzik007
            In light of the predictions of the world's leading climatologists that in the 2017, the Arctic will be completely free of ice,

            Call me these leading climatologists? fool By the way, 17 is just around the corner.
            Quote: guzik007
            . But the World Cup 2018 with such financial gaps can not be explained logically.

            I ask you not to express yourself on the site! angry
            And answer for the “mundial”! am angry
        2. Monos
          Monos 16 June 2016 13: 23
          +7
          Quote: NEXUS
          It’s more than Petya’s displacement ... hmm ... Interesting. I think the Arctic is a dual-purpose icebreaker. I won’t be surprised if under some sort of retractable add-on there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.


          You are absolutely right. All of our dual-purpose icebreakers. In wartime, converted into an icebreaker class cruiser.
        3. DarkMatter
          DarkMatter 16 June 2016 13: 50
          +3
          Yes, yes, Caliber and Zircon are not him and more.

          To Syria would have it sooner ...
          bully
        4. silver_roman
          silver_roman 16 June 2016 14: 34
          +3
          Quote: NEXUS
          He is more than Petka

          Still, in order to break through ice meters, you need a frail metal frame. It probably accounts for a lot of mass. I do not think that there will be such promising weapons.
          For this, there is an SF, which is the strongest among us. That and the air force there in the wings. The nearest competition is not expected in principle there. The Yankees in their Berks are not comfortable there, not for such a harsh climate of the boat.
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 16 June 2016 21: 32
            +2
            Quote: silver_roman
            Still, in order to break through ice meters, you need a frail metal frame. It probably accounts for a lot of mass.

            To break through a 2 meter layer of ice, no reactor is strong enough.
            In fact, the icebreaker doesn’t pierce anything, it just bumps into the ice with the front of the vessel and breaks the ice with the weight of the entire vessel, in fact it’s not very frail metal frame, reinforcement only in certain parts.
            1. silver_roman
              silver_roman 17 June 2016 08: 17
              +1
              Quote: APASUS
              To break through a 2 meter layer of ice, no reactor is strong enough.

              Is logical. The reactor just creates traction.
              Of course, I have no idea what the specific pressure of the "Arctic" per square meter, and I also have no idea how much a square meter of ice can withstand, but I think there is a chance that the ship will simply land on the ice.
              Typically, the reactors are closer to the stern, apparently made the weight in the nose as well, so that piling on ice gives the desired effect, otherwise it may turn out that the nose is on ice and the ass is hanging in the water.
        5. weksha50
          weksha50 16 June 2016 14: 47
          +1
          Quote: NEXUS
          I would not be surprised if under some sort of retractable superstructure there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.



          Well, this was repeatedly said at VO - all modern ice class ships will be designed and built so that in a short time it will be possible to install modules of various weapons on them ...
        6. Hog
          Hog 17 June 2016 00: 50
          0
          Put Club-K and no retractable add-ons are needed.
        7. drunkram
          drunkram 17 June 2016 08: 22
          0
          Caliber containers
        8. Nick
          Nick 18 June 2016 09: 43
          0
          Quote: NEXUS
          It’s more than Petya’s displacement ... hmm ... Interesting. I think the Arctic is a dual-purpose icebreaker. I won’t be surprised if under some sort of retractable add-on there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.

          All atomic icebreakers, since the days of the USSR, were dual-use
      2. CORNET
        CORNET 16 June 2016 12: 47
        +6
        I think this is not the last. hi You guys can’t imagine what it is !!! ..... Icebreaker? Yes, but all the other possibilities .. Our Arctic will be!
        1. gray smeet
          gray smeet 16 June 2016 13: 02
          +3
          For three years such a colossus has been planted - well done "Baltiytsy"!
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 16 June 2016 13: 05
            +2
            Quote: gray smeet
            For three years such a colossus has been planted - well done "Baltiytsy"!

            Oh, if so our TARKA shipbuilders were riveting ... hmm ... dreams dreams ... crying
    2. vodolaz
      vodolaz 16 June 2016 19: 00
      0
      The good news comes one after another!
  2. fox21h
    fox21h 16 June 2016 12: 18
    +19
    Icebreakers, floating nuclear power plants and much, much more, and behind the puddle let them continue to broadcast about torn to shreds, liberasti that we do not produce anything except oil ...
    1. GUS
      GUS 16 June 2016 12: 30
      +18
      Quote: fox21h
      Icebreakers, floating nuclear power plants and much, much more, and behind the puddle let them continue to broadcast about torn to shreds, liberasti that we do not produce anything except oil ...

      Add:
      ice-making up to 2,9 m
      average wiring speed in the most difficult conditions - 6 nodes (11,1 km / h),
      power - 60 000 kW (81 600 hp)

      The Baltic Shipyard is building three nuclear-powered icebreakers with a displacement of 33,5 thousand tons. On May 26.05.2015, XNUMX the second icebreaker of this project "Siberia" was laid down. This fall, construction of the third Ural nuclear-powered icebreaker begins. RIA News
      1. Mahmut
        Mahmut 16 June 2016 12: 35
        .
        Nuclear-powered icebreaker "Arktika" launched at Baltiysky Zavod

        This news has been around for about 40 years. Or I'm wrong. The North Pole in 1977, who conquered.
        1. alekc75
          alekc75 16 June 2016 12: 42
          +4
          it was another icebreaker
        2. Bramb
          Bramb 16 June 2016 12: 47
          +13
          Quote: Mahmut
          This news has been around for about 40 years. Or I'm wrong. The North Pole in 1977 who conquered

          AL "Arktika" was taken out of service 10 years ago.
          This is another icebreaker. But the name too.
          1. Mahmut
            Mahmut 16 June 2016 13: 03
            +3
            I know that is different. But I don’t understand why the article did not mention the famous and well-deserved predecessor, especially about the namesake. Or Maxim died - well, to hell with him. With this attitude, we will not go far. At least get into a fit before a fit.
          2. gray smeet
            gray smeet 16 June 2016 13: 03
            +5
            Quote: Bramb

            This is another icebreaker. But the name too.


            traditions! the previous one did a nice job, and the name was passed on to the "young man."
      2. midivan
        midivan 16 June 2016 13: 51
        +5
        Quote: GUS
        Add:
        ice-making up to 2,9 m
        average wiring speed in the most difficult conditions - 6 nodes (11,1 km / h),

        and for wiring from "partners" to tear such a price so that they squeaked with ... and yes a little cheaper than bypassing but to squeak like mice that ate a cactus lol
      3. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre 17 June 2016 14: 18
        0
        It is especially pleasant that the names of analogues from the USSR are retained behind the new ships.
    2. guzik007
      guzik007 16 June 2016 12: 57
      .
      Icebreakers, floating nuclear power plants and much, much more, and behind the puddle let them continue to broadcast about torn to shreds, liberasti that we do not produce anything except oil ...
      ----------------------------
      Read the article carefully: the icebreaker is designed to transport liquefied gas.
      I already remembered ... we make giant excavators to mine ore in quarries, to make giant excavators ...
      1. Bramb
        Bramb 16 June 2016 13: 02
        +10
        Quote: guzik007
        I already remembered ... we make giant excavators to mine ore in quarries, to make giant excavators ..

        A typical mistake in logic is for those who have not studied it.
        The fact is that those who have no logic do not see the difference between the phrase "... to make excavators" and "... to make only excavators". And the first inaccurate phrase means the second.
        Recently finished school?
        1. midivan
          midivan 16 June 2016 13: 26
          +2
          Quote: Bramb
          Recently finished school?

          yeah, see the broom did open a school lol
      2. Azitral
        Azitral 16 June 2016 13: 20
        0
        Yes, you say at least a hundred times more nasty things, they will still give a tantrum.
      3. quote
        quote 16 June 2016 17: 19
        0
        Quote: guzik007
        Read the article carefully: the icebreaker is designed to transport liquefied gas.

        I read it carefully the first time.
        I feel sorry for you. Well, delirium in a dream.
  3. Vadim237
    Vadim237 16 June 2016 12: 18
    +3
    Well, let’s hope that it comes into operation at the appointed time - 2018.
  4. 3officer
    3officer 16 June 2016 12: 21
    +4
    Does he have an "Admiralty" anchor? You rarely meet on self-propelled guns.
    1. Seaman77
      Seaman77 16 June 2016 12: 28
      +7
      It's for beauty lol

      You look at such an anchor it will not enter the gateway. But once again + for observation. Keep it up! good
      1. 3officer
        3officer 16 June 2016 12: 36
        +1
        Good afternoon, Roman. And I really thought it was some cunning "icebreaker" trick drinks
        1. midivan
          midivan 16 June 2016 13: 35
          +1
          Quote: 3officer
          Good afternoon, Roman. And I really thought it was some cunning "icebreaker" trick drinks

          Well, yes, where there in the ice without an anchor laughing
        2. Seaman77
          Seaman77 16 June 2016 18: 10
          +3
          Quote: 3officer
          Good afternoon, Roman. And I really thought it was some cunning "icebreaker" trick drinks


          Greetings Timur. I think so - something like symbolism: Admiralty Shipyard - Admiralty Anchor ....
          1. 3officer
            3officer 16 June 2016 18: 27
            +1
            Yeah, probably for special occasions they cling, like for "sea flavor" in a plot for TV soldier
            1. Seaman77
              Seaman77 16 June 2016 18: 43
              +4
              Quote: 3officer
              Yeah, probably for special occasions they cling, like for "sea flavor" in a plot for TV soldier


              In-in, the sea people are misleading ... Overland, then "on the drum" (no offense) what kind of anchor hangs ... The main thing is to be. laughing
              1. 3officer
                3officer 16 June 2016 18: 56
                0
                Or is it still a cunning plan of St. Petersburg shipbuilders ?? .. They mislead and lull the vigilance of the breeders of the "Zumvolts" -type let them think: "The Russians are doing badly because of the sanctions, they have to" import substitution "from the unsealed warehouse stocks from the times of Peter the Great laughing
                1. Seaman77
                  Seaman77 16 June 2016 19: 23
                  +4
                  Quote: 3officer
                  times of Peter the Great


                  We will also restore the Maritime Charter of Peter in order to completely confuse everyone ...

                  Navigators should not be allowed into taverns, for they, boorish offspring, do not get drunk without delay and arrange a brawl.

                  Navigators during the battle on the upper deck do not let go, because they are their vile appearance, upset the whole battle.

                  The navigator is a boorish nature, hunting for wine and women, but for knowledge of the sciences of navigation, cunning, into the wardroom is allowed.
                  1. 3officer
                    3officer 16 June 2016 19: 39
                    +3
                    Yes, Pyotr Alekseevich looked into the water when this Charter claimed he especially liked it, there is a fad for the Internet community :))

                    Those who secretly compose lascivious letters or abusive letters and commit such dishonor to someone must be punished with such a punishment that it happened to the person whom he wrote about, if he was to blame.

                    straight to the grudge of the day ..
                    1. Seaman77
                      Seaman77 16 June 2016 19: 54
                      +3
                      That's it. A fount of wisdom.

                      And that is characteristic, relevant even now, after three hundred years!

                      Time passes, but people do not change .....
          2. Alexey T. (Oper)
            Alexey T. (Oper) 16 June 2016 20: 37
            +1
            Quote: Seaman77
            I think so - something like symbolism: Admiralty Shipyard - Admiralty Anchor ....

            What does the Admiralty shipyard have to do with it? Admiralty shipyards are located on the other side of the Neva. And "Arctic" was built by "Baltic plant" - a completely different enterprise.
      2. midivan
        midivan 16 June 2016 13: 33
        +1
        Quote: Seaman77
        It's for beauty

        and maybe for "partners" submarines? and all kinds of spy cables? laughing
    2. gray smeet
      gray smeet 16 June 2016 13: 05
      +4
      Quote: 3officer
      Does he have an "Admiralty" anchor? You rarely meet on self-propelled guns.


      enlarge photo:
  5. Lt. Air Force stock
    Lt. Air Force stock 16 June 2016 12: 22
    +1
    There is no add-on yet, so it’s premature to talk about launching an atomic icebreaker in the full sense of the word.
    All the same, when they talk about descent, they mean a completely finished ship, ready for sea trials.
    1. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 16 June 2016 12: 43
      +9
      Descent, this is descent. Willingness is willingness.
    2. balabol
      balabol 16 June 2016 15: 35
      +2
      It is in the full sense of the term "launching" that is said in the article. Ships completely ready for sea trials are not launched. The hull is ready to launch, faster to the water and to release the slipway. Then the period of completion at the wall.
  6. Altona
    Altona 16 June 2016 12: 24
    +12
    "Gas station country" is building a powerful nuclear icebreaker fleet, "country of peace and democracy" nuclear aircraft carriers.
  7. senima56
    senima56 16 June 2016 12: 24
    +5
    Great news! More such news! And then you often turn on the TV, and there: murder, fire, robbery, accident, etc. etc. as if we are worthless and do not invent! Thanks for good news! Go Russia!
    1. ravend
      ravend 16 June 2016 12: 41
      +3
      not see the news there, here is more positive http://sdelanounas.ru
  8. Engineer
    Engineer 16 June 2016 12: 25
    +10
    And there will be another project 10510 LK-110Ya Leader with twice as much displacement!
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 16 June 2016 12: 28
      +17
      Concept art is the leader seen? That still child prodigy
      1. serega.fedotov
        serega.fedotov 16 June 2016 12: 38
        +8
        Quote: Wiruz
        Concept art is the leader seen? That still child prodigy

        The view is certainly cool, only the "sturgeon" is likely to be cut! I doubt that this can be called a rational layout "leader" will be a hard worker, not a work of art!
      2. Altona
        Altona 16 June 2016 12: 41
        +4
        Quote: Wiruz
        Concept art is the leader seen? That still child prodigy

        ------------------
        And what for such big "pricks"? Will no one go outside? And the ship is not a car sedan, which is made so for aerodynamics and so that it would be easier to wipe it in the car wash.
        1. midivan
          midivan 16 June 2016 13: 44
          +3
          Quote: Altona
          ------------------
          And what for such big "pricks"? Will no one go outside? And the ship is not a car sedan, which is made so for aerodynamics and so that it would be easier to wipe it in the car wash.

          and it can’t be a roof? And you don’t need to go there, the snow will not linger, icing, and it is more pleasant to walk in the warmth than in the cold, I do not agree with the child prodigy No.
          1. Igor V
            Igor V 16 June 2016 14: 25
            +3
            Icing ships has claimed many lives. The ice, covering the entire surface of the vessel, changes the center of gravity, lifting it up, and the vessel simply turns over. Or he cannot maneuver during a storm. Scientists tried to find anti-icing products, found something, but the problem remained. The surfaces in the photo are probably heated and located at such angles that the ice will slip off. Maybe there is some kind of vibration. The decision is cardinal, the main thing is to build.
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            2. 3officer
              3officer 16 June 2016 14: 41
              +6
              Quote: Igor V
              Scientists tried to find anti-icing products, found something, but the problem remained.


              Ento means is found for a long time - LOM is called laughing
              1. Bort radist
                Bort radist 16 June 2016 15: 06
                +8
                Quote: 3officer
                Ento means is found for a long time - LOM is called

                Crowbar + sailor. It does not work without a drive. winked
      3. Vadim237
        Vadim237 16 June 2016 14: 01
        +2
        And what is modern design - just on order for billionaires like Abramovich.
      4. Laksamana besar
        Laksamana besar 17 June 2016 02: 45
        0
        Like this:
        increase in ice penetration from 2,9 m (LC-60Я) to 4,3 m (LC-110Я), which will allow for year-round navigation along the Northern Sea Route. At the same time, it is expected that in the most difficult months for the harbor (from February to May), the average speed of ship escort will increase to 12 nodes, compared to 6 nodes when using icebreakers of the "Arctic" type

        Only it will not be soon.
      5. AllXVahhaB
        AllXVahhaB 17 June 2016 08: 38
        0
        Quote: Wiruz
        Concept art is the leader seen? That still child prodigy

        So for that they are concept art.
        For example, here is the concept art of a tram from UralVagonZavod:
        1. AllXVahhaB
          AllXVahhaB 17 June 2016 08: 40
          0
          But he is being tested on the streets of my city of Yekaterinburg, the final pre-production version:
  9. 76SSSR
    76SSSR 16 June 2016 12: 26
    +4
    Powerful however! The partners will feel dizzy - only the "Muromets" was lowered, the nuclear-powered ship was right there behind it.)
    1. Alexey T. (Oper)
      Alexey T. (Oper) 16 June 2016 16: 07
      +2
      There is also "Mikhail Lomonosov" is about to be ready for descent, it is on the next stocks in the stage of completion. And on the slipway where the "Arktika" was built, another icebreaker has already been laid, the truth of the smaller and diesel-electric.
  10. Evil 55
    Evil 55 16 June 2016 12: 30
    +2
    The Arctic Was, Is and Will Be RUSSIAN ..
  11. semuil
    semuil 16 June 2016 12: 30
    +5
    I recall the desire of the Americans to take control of the Arctic. The video with their submarine and chainsaws was also remembered. What other wishes and achievements will there be in this direction?
    1. aszzz888
      aszzz888 16 June 2016 13: 06
      +1
      semuil (2) RU Today, 12:30 PM New
      I recall the desire of the Americans to take control of the Arctic. A video with their submarine and chainsaws I also remembered.

      Great post! good
  12. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 16 June 2016 12: 34
    +6
    I am glad!!! Albright, Clinton, say "Wow!" Fuck yours!
  13. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 16 June 2016 12: 36
    +8
    Neither add nor subtract is great news. Russia, starting with "Ermak" and ending with "Arctic" and "Leader" was, is and will be the first in the field of the development of the Arctic. I am proud of my country.
    The predecessor also looks decent and powerful))
  14. Xocelolprox
    Xocelolprox 16 June 2016 12: 36
    +2
    What a news!
  15. hunt1
    hunt1 16 June 2016 12: 44
    +5
    laid 05.11.2013 - launched 16.06.2016 - "Arctic" - the first one went!
    laid May 26.05.2015, XNUMX - Siberia - the second is under construction!
    getting ready for the bookmark - “Ural”!
    That's how a normal plant should work like this!
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  17. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 16 June 2016 12: 50
    +12
    Here's more about the "Arctic":
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  19. aszzz888
    aszzz888 16 June 2016 13: 04
    +2
    But we are rejoining !!!!! drinks
    What nafig there mericatos, etc. .. We can not beat !!!!!
  20. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 16 June 2016 13: 15
    +2
    One needs to say that — a hundred feet under the keel!
    1. midivan
      midivan 16 June 2016 13: 46
      +1
      Quote: Expelling Liberoids
      One needs to say that — a hundred feet under the keel!

      and seven is not enough? repeat
      1. Alexey T. (Oper)
        Alexey T. (Oper) 16 June 2016 18: 19
        +4
        No, seven is not enough. He has a draft on the waterline of 10,5 meters, and the minimum working draft is 8,5 meters.

        So seven feet is definitely not enough, such a boat - Mama Do not Cry. fellow
  21. Garris199
    Garris199 16 June 2016 13: 24
    +2
    I wonder if the installation of weapons is provided? Turning the icebreaker into an atomic, arctic cruiser if necessary, in my opinion, would be nice.
  22. DON-100
    DON-100 16 June 2016 13: 37
    +1
    People, enlighten, who is in the subject, why do icebreakers have such disproportionately large deck superstructures?
    1. 3officer
      3officer 16 June 2016 14: 39
      +2
      75 souls are no joke, everyone needs living space and preferably with "amenities"laughing
    2. Igor V
      Igor V 16 June 2016 15: 25
      +2
      I won’t lie about the size of the reactors, I don’t know. But the mass of the icebreaker plays a decisive role - the larger the mass, the more strong the ice it can break theoretically. Maybe there is a part of the answer here.
  23. atamankko
    atamankko 16 June 2016 13: 48
    +2
    I am glad, but the "exceptional" are not understood,
    there is no economy, but the Arctic Fleet.
  24. Zomanus
    Zomanus 16 June 2016 13: 49
    +1
    Good news.
    Shipbuilding is rising, which is pleasing.
    There, the entire fleet is gradually renewed.
  25. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 16 June 2016 13: 51
    +2
    Everything, now Russia is able to create any ships and any displacement ... We have something and someone to be proud of, our people are capable of anything and we are a wonderful people with a great sense of justice and duty to the Motherland. "Arctic" seven feet under your keel and clear blue sky above you !!!
  26. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 16 June 2016 13: 55
    +2
    The vessel will be able to navigate caravans of vessels in arctic conditions, breaking ice up to three meters thick. ”

    Punching ice up to three meters thick is, of course, cool. It’s hard to imagine. This is an ice wall 3m high and of infinite length.
  27. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 16 June 2016 14: 20
    0
    All the same, it would be more logical to name the ship - "Arctic II", after all, the first "Arctic" has not yet been cut and in fact we now have two icebreakers "Arctic". But anyway, the news is great.
  28. tundra
    tundra 16 June 2016 15: 02
    +3
    Quote: Monos
    All of our dual-purpose icebreakers.

    At the end of 70, an icebreaker came to Kharasavey in the middle of winter.
    All Soviet newspapers wrote about the opening of a year-round navigation on the NSR.
    And only recently I found out that before unloading food and equipment on Kharasavey, he changed the crew to a nuclear submarine, HERE AND DOUBLE PURPOSE, in the ice, only icebreakers can replace crews at almost any point.
    But the Shtatovites should break their brains where this submarine has gone, but it doesn’t appear in the base.
  29. proud
    proud 16 June 2016 15: 41
    +3
    This is really great news! Keep shipbuilders alike!
  30. Alexey T. (Oper)
    Alexey T. (Oper) 16 June 2016 16: 04
    +13
    Today I witnessed this spectacular spectacle in its enchanting nature.

    Moreover, it was said about the fantastic and enchanting without any pathos. When a steel hulk drove past me, literally 10 meters away (midship depth 15,2 meters, 173 meters long, 34 meters wide amidships, the propeller blade weighs 15 tons) as high as a five-story building, there was no limit to delight. I myself did not expect such a reaction from myself - 45 years, but yelled "Hurray!" like a kid.

    We stood with my wife (she works at the "Baltic plant") and children at the left side. While the rally was going on, the sun was not visible. And when the icebreaker slid into the water (and absolutely silently), the bright sun hit the eyes, it turns out that it was covered with a side.

    An interesting nuance: the screws (there are three in total, 4 meter diameter) were cast on LMZ and, you will not believe it ... in Ukraine. Foundries at the Baltic Shipyard do not allow casting steel billets (the stainless steel screw itself) of such sizes. And the mechanical processing of the blades (milling) was carried out already at the factory.

    Nobody in the world except us can build such machines anymore.

    Go Russia!
    1. duhmorey
      duhmorey 17 June 2016 00: 13
      0
      Aha! "Russia forward" ... still the Central Bank of Russia would have been returned to the people by the Jews and it would have been somehow freer to live ... Today, "Russian money" is printed by the European Central Bank ... and it sets interest rates on loans to anyone in Russians do not obey according to Art. 75 of the Constitution of Russia ...
      You, try to give your salary to a neighbor ... and I'll see how you shout: "Russia forward! ..."
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 23 June 2016 11: 02
        0
        Quote: duhmorey
        Aha! "Russia forward" ... still the Central Bank of Russia would have been returned to the people by the Jews and it would have been somehow freer to live ... Today, "Russian money" is printed by the European Central Bank ... and it sets interest rates on loans to anyone in Russians do not obey according to Art. 75 of the Constitution of Russia

        I don’t understand ... either you really do not understand, or - "officer's daughter"

        Okay.

        - The Central Bank of the Russian Federation does not comply with the Government of the Russian Federation. And it is right.
        - The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is fully controlled by the National Banking Council of the Russian Federation

        National Banking Council

        The National Banking Council (NBS) is a collegial governing body of the Bank of Russia. It includes 12 people. The composition of the NBS is determined as follows:

        - two participants are sent by the Federation Council - from among senators;
        - three - from among the deputies of the choice of the State Duma;
        - three are appointed by the president of the Russian Federation;
        - three - by the government;
        - 12-th member of the Council - Chairman of the Bank of Russia.


        Is something clear? Aren't Google banned yet?

        Work ... on yourself yes
  31. tehnoluks
    tehnoluks 16 June 2016 16: 45
    0
    Interestingly, will there be built-in "Calibers" on the "Arctic", or in containers?)
  32. cap
    cap 16 June 2016 17: 36
    +1
    Seven feet under the keel!
    Good health team. Well and summer vacation in Sochi!
  33. duhmorey
    duhmorey 17 June 2016 00: 03
    -6
    The occupation authorities began to actively explore the Arctic ... and the kids are having so much fun, well, just some kind of circus! Really readers do not see that under the guise of "development" and "protection" of "the interests of Russia", the international financial gangster capital (which rules Russia) is capturing the last riches of Russia before the eyes of the whole world ?!
    Quote: "It is difficult to overestimate what has been done by our scientists, designers, shipbuilders. There is a feeling of pride in our country ..." said one of those who own Russia, Matvienko - rightly dear readers THIS IS "IHA COUNTRY", but not the Russian people !
    It was not for nothing that Comrade Matvienko some time ago ardently advocated that Russian children should be "drummed into the truth about the Holocaust in schools ..." and whoever does not want this will go under Article 282! This is our comradeGishch Matvienko ...
    1. AllXVahhaB
      AllXVahhaB 17 June 2016 08: 34
      0
      Quote: duhmorey
      THIS IS "THEIR COUNTRY", but not the Russian people!

      And give me an example of a truly popular country, at least geographically, at least historically ...
      And then something I do not understand what you advocate? Take and share?
      1. duhmorey
        duhmorey 23 June 2016 01: 35
        0
        The fact that five Jews gave me "dislikes" - I consider it a positive phenomenon! So the uterus "touched" the truth!
  34. AllXVahhaB
    AllXVahhaB 17 June 2016 08: 32
    +1
    “Despite the announced plans to accelerate the procurement of new icebreakers, in reality the process of expanding the fleet of American ships in the Arctic may drag on for decades. The United States is currently unable to provide an adequate response to Russia's Arctic policy. We are not even in the same league with Russia. don't play this game at all! " (C) Alaska Governor Bill Walker.
  35. Nikita Dmitriev
    Nikita Dmitriev 17 June 2016 13: 22
    0
    Quote: Seaman77
    Quote: 3officer
    Good afternoon, Roman. And I really thought it was some cunning "icebreaker" trick drinks


    Greetings Timur. I think so - something like symbolism: Admiralty Shipyard - Admiralty Anchor ....


    Firstly, not the Admiralty Shipyard, but the Baltic Shipyard.
    Secondly, there is no symbolism, but a banal necessity because there is no full-time anchor. Hang what happened. That this carcass during the descent could slow down and did not crash into the mooring wall of the Admiral.
  36. cedar
    cedar 17 June 2016 19: 07
    +3
    Quote: DON-100
    People, enlighten, who is in the subject, why do icebreakers have such disproportionately large deck superstructures?


    The higher the bridge, i.e. the height of the superstructure, the better you can see the ice situation ahead of the icebreaker: openings, cracks, fields, hummocks. This allows you to choose the most optimal route for movement in ice. In addition, plus a large customization is the placement of a large number of service and living quarters in it, and not on the lower decks in the hull. Because when an ice-class vessel overcomes an ice field, the noise is incredible. The rigging and the spar are shaking, although everything is fixed, as it should be, and this is in ice not exceeding 0,5 meters. Now imagine what happens when the icebreaker breaks through the pack ice. But the designers do it taking into account the fact that it constantly works in heavy ice, so the rigging and spars are minimized, the noise insulation is increased, the thickness of the hull in the bow is up to 5 cm, the hull is double, the bow in the inter-hull space can be filled with concrete, there ballast tanks are installed where powerful pumps of high performance are supplied or vice versa pumped out water, making the nose heavier or lighter, which the icebreaker, as it was rightly noted here, does not prick, but when hitting the ice presses it. Through special openings, compressed air can be supplied to the bow, creating an air gap between the hull and the ice, because the width of the hull is deliberately made large, and this leads to an increase in ice resistance, the air supply to some extent reduces it. But the main role in overcoming icebreaker ice, of course, belongs to the nuclear power plant. The wider the icebreaker, the wider the channel that it breaks through the ice for the ships of the caravan. It happens that, due to strong compression, the caravan gets up and then the icebreaker turns around and goes along the caravan, chopping it and thus freeing it from the ice, getting the opportunity to lead the caravan further. But the situation is so difficult that the icebreaker has to take the ships in tow and take them out one by one. To do this, a cutout is provided in its stern, where the towed vessel literally becomes end-to-end, while the anchors on it are removed, the anchor chains are put on the stern of the icebreaker and are attached with special stoppers. This operation is called "mustache".
    In general, icebreakers are the most unique ships! The good news is that Russia has been, is and will be the Leader in icebreaking shipbuilding and the development of the Arctic, which is convincingly confirmed by the launch of the new Arctic.
    All with a wonderful event, I am sure not the last!
  37. Old26
    Old26 18 June 2016 17: 27
    0
    Quote: Lt. air force reserve
    All the same, when they talk about descent, they mean a completely finished ship, ready for sea trials.

    No, actually. The body is lowered with the mechanisms installed on them, and then it is completed afloat. So everything is correct. Launched in the water. In the construction cycle of the ship there are stages: laid down, launched, put into operation.

    Quote: Anchonsha
    That’s it, now Russia is able to create any ships and any displacement .... We have something to be proud of,

    And before that I was not able?

    Quote: midivan
    and for wiring from "partners" to tear such a price so that they squeaked with .. and a little cheaper than bypassing but so that they squeaked like mice that ate a cactus

    Well, with such views on business, you will burn out "at once". Or do you think that having made the price a little less than around, we will not have an end to customers? If the question arises, not to depend on Russia and pay a slightly lower price, or to depend on any whim of Russia, for a little less money, what will they choose ??

    Quote: Monos
    You are absolutely right. All of our dual-purpose icebreakers. In wartime, converted into an icebreaker class cruiser.

    Actually, in the auxiliary cruisers. And this is something other than a cruiser. Just armed, but only with a small amount of weapons. The previous generation had only the foundations for artillery EMNIP
  38. Old26
    Old26 18 June 2016 17: 29
    0
    Quote: tehnoluks
    Interestingly, will there be built-in "Calibers" on the "Arctic", or in containers?)


    Quote: NEXUS
    I would not be surprised if under some sort of retractable superstructure there are launchers for future Zircons or Caliber.


    Not only "Calibers" и "Zircons". Placements will be provided Iskander и Iskander-K, Rubezh, Sarmatfor command missiles "Siren" systems "Perimeter" (in the future for the deployment of missile systems "Petrel" и "Bedouin-8").
    In the underwater part there is a place for storage and launch "Status-6", and on the deck there is a place for landing 6th generation hypersonic fighter with vertical take-off ...

    I haven’t forgotten anything from modern brands that you need or do not need to try to shove everything into anything ???

    Guys! Well, explain to me this painful mania to shove where it is necessary or where there is not everything that is now heard? Are you adults or shkolota?

    What good will be from "cruiser" - nuclear icebreaker, say in the area of ​​Pevek? What goals will he shoot anti-ship missiles with a flight range of 400-600 km, while not having the necessary electronic weapons for these complexes (radars, simply put). Own caravan?
    An auxiliary cruiser or other armed vessel is for your own comfort or against some pirates. Even during the Second World War, an auxiliary cruiser could never withstand a raider (the same cruiser). The only case I know is Cormoran and Sydney. In all other cruisers, they emerge victorious. And here you are trying to make a "wunderwaffe" out of an icebreaker? Why would they drown him with a dozen rockets, and then, how in a shooting range they shot a caravan in revenge ?? Explain why there are cruise missiles on an atomic icebreaker. Moreover, in one case, they are generally subsonic, and in the second case, although they are hypersonic, but with a sufficiently short range (how persistent rumors go about 400 km) ??
  39. duhmorey
    duhmorey 26 June 2016 04: 12
    0
    It would be better if the speaker of the Federation Council of Russia and the director of Rosatom were Russian people and not the "French" Matvienka and Kirienko ... Tired of these imitators, and they themselves are quietly ruining Russia!
    How did Madame Matvienko say? "... We are reaching a qualitatively new level of development of this richest region ..." "THEY" are "coming out" ... THEY are finding something somewhere around the world ...