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I/b 50 Years of Victory

Response rate
100%
Response time
2 h
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Guests
124
Crew
140
Length
160 m (525 ft.)
Beam
30 m (98 ft.)
Cruising Speed
21 knots

Ship Overview

We don’t have the heart to use she when we talk about i/b 50 Years of Victory — it’s not ladylike at all. Elegance doesn’t matter when it comes to the right vessel to take you to the top of the world. The most powerful icebreaker ever built generates 75,000 horsepower and crushes multi-year ice layers three meters thick. After a few days aboard, you’ll feel her (or him?) sharing power as you together battle your way through the Arctic icecap to 90º north.


I/b 50 Years of Victory is not a tourist ship. Rather, the icebreaker was purpose-built to pilot scientific and cargo ships to hard-to-reach areas of the Arctic and along the Northeast Passage. It is just during the short summer months when adventurers get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to travel aboard this real working icebreaker to the geographic North Pole.

  • Dining Room
  • Victory Bar
  • Aft Saloon
  • Shop
  • Bridge
  • Gym
  • Engine room

Staterooms / Suites

  • Standard Cabin (151 ft²)
  • Mini Suite (237 ft²)
  • Junior Suite (258 ft²)
  • Grand Suite (280 ft²)
  • Victory Suite (301 ft²)
  • Arktika Suite (355 ft²)

Features

  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Television
  • Large windows
  • In-room phone
  • Double bed
  • Storage space
  • Writing desk
  • Amazing view
  • Entertainment system
  • Sofa bed
  • Fan

Deck Plans

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I/b 50 Years of Victory
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Bridge Deck 4
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Bridge Deck 3
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Bridge Deck 2
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Dining

The Dining Room with unreserved seating offers gourmet cuisine and superb service. We use only fresh products specially delivered for each cruise to prepare meals on board.