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Photographer:Moolen [View profile]Title:ERMAKAdded:Mar 18, 2008
Captured:July 14, 2007IMO:7330038Hits:3,751
Location:St Petersburg, Russia
Photo Category: Icebreakers
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
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Icebreaker
Gross tonnage:14,058 tons
Summer DWT:7,560 tons
Length:135 m
Beam:26 m
Draught:8.6 m

Additional Information
Home port:St.petersburg
Class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1974
AIS Information
Last known position:
59°52’30.5” N, 30°12’15.23” E
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 131° (136°)
Arrival:20th Sep 2019
14:00:58 UTC
Last update:
4 hours 10 minutes ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 March 26th, 10:00:25 UTCSaint-petersburg
2018 March 26th, 10:00:21 UTCSaint-petersburg
2018 March 24th, 09:00:14 UTCSaint-petersburg
2018 March 21st, 15:00:28 UTCGulf Of Finland
2018 March 21st, 15:00:21 UTCGulf Of Finland
2018 March 21st, 15:00:14 UTCGulf Of Finlandc>s
2018 March 18th, 09:00:20 UTCSaint-petersburg
2018 February 23rd, 04:00:42 UTCGulf 0f Finland
2018 February 23rd, 04:00:24 UTCGulf 0f Finland
2018 February 23rd, 04:00:24 UTCGulf 0f Finland
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J de Nauclér on Mar 24, 2008 23:50 (10 years ago)
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.

Maritime historian, Uppsala;Sweden
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