ERMAK - IMO 7330038
|Photographer:||Moolen [View profile]||Title:||ERMAK||Added:||Mar 18, 2008|
|Captured:||July 14, 2007||IMO:||7330038||Hits:||3,642|
|Location:||St Petersburg, Russia|
|The port of St. Petersburg, Russia, July 14th, 2007.
IMO number : 7330038
Name of ship : YERMAK
Call Sign : UINH
Gross tonnage : 14058
Type of ship : Icebreaker
Year of build : 1974
Flag : Russia
|Gross tonnage:||14,058 tons|
|Summer DWT:||7,560 tons|
|Last known position:|
|59°52’30.55” N, 30°12’15.08” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 131° (136°)|
|Arrival:||20th Sep 2018|
|8 days 10 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 March 26th, 10:00:25 UTC||Saint-petersburg|
|2018 March 26th, 10:00:21 UTC||Saint-petersburg|
|2018 March 24th, 09:00:14 UTC||Saint-petersburg|
|2018 March 21st, 15:00:28 UTC||Gulf Of Finland|
|2018 March 21st, 15:00:21 UTC||Gulf Of Finland|
|2018 March 21st, 15:00:14 UTC||Gulf Of Finlandc>s|
|2018 March 18th, 09:00:20 UTC||Saint-petersburg|
|2018 February 23rd, 04:00:42 UTC||Gulf 0f Finland|
|2018 February 23rd, 04:00:24 UTC||Gulf 0f Finland|
|2018 February 23rd, 04:00:24 UTC||Gulf 0f Finland||
© Igor Dilo
© Savitskiy Igor
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It is interesting knowing that the KRASIN/JERMAK-class from Wärtsilä in Helsinki is still almost 25 years after delivery, the largest diesel-electric icebreakers in the world except for the huge atomic icebreakers of the Russian State, the six units of the ARKTIKA-class (six ships built at BZ 1974-2007) and the VAJGATCH/TAJMYR-class of 1988-1989.
Many think that the JERMAK class are also the most beautiful icebreakers built - there is some truth in that too - smooth and elegant lines, but they looked better in Soviet colours, with full black hull and white superstructure at delivery.
JOHAN de NAUCLER
Maritime historian, Uppsala;Sweden
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