Few areas of our planet are so remote and isolated that they have attracted generations of explorers intent on extreme adventure and discovery. The 90° North Latitude line is known as the Roof of the World and is very much one of the last great unexplorable regions on earth. The only feasible way to get there and explore it is aboard a powerful nuclear-powered icebreaker. Treat yourself to a truly unforgettable North Pole cruise, perfect for glacier and extreme latitude enthusiasts.
50 Years of Victory
The product of over 20 years of work and experimentation, 50 Years of Victory is the first nuclear-powered icebreaker in the Arctic. She has a spoon-shaped bow that can break its way through compacted ice of up to 2.5 metres thick. Complete with her own onboard helicopter for shore excursions, 50 Years of Victory is the world’s largest, most powerful icebreaker and can go where other ships dare not venture, making her absolutely unique.