MV 50 Years of Victory

Noble+Caledonia  Quark Expeditions Inc Cruise List
Former Names:  None

The largest, most sophisticated, and powerful icebreaker ever constructed, 50 Years of Victory is the first Arktika-class icebreaker to have a spoon-shaped bow. It is nuclear powered and has an all-new automated digital control system.  50 Years of Victory passengers tend to be Adventurous 35-65 and singles and International. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 183.2 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 0.9 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 183.2 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 0.9 passengers.
Size Small
Rating Standard
Built 2009
Tonnage 23445
Passengers (Min/Max) 128/128
Crew 140
Officers Russian
Total  67
Cabins are outside, with opening windows and a compact bathroom. Cabins are carpeted with ample cupboard and drawer space, desk, hairdryer and tv & dvd player. The second bed in each cabin is a convertible sofa bed. Suites have a separate sitting room 
Balcony  0
Ocean View  67
Inside  0
Single  0
Cabin Details Cabins Deckplans
Pools Out/In  0/1
There is plenty of deck space for observing scenery and wildlife. The vessel carries a fleet of sturdy Zodiac craft for beach landings. There is a small exercise room, sauna and indoor pool.
Jacuzzis  0
Fitness Centre  Yes
Sauna  Yes
Steam Room  No
Deck Space  Good
There is one comfortable dining room with free seating and serving plenty of good quality solid food. Breakfast is buffet while lunch and dinner are served with a choice of main course. Main Dining Rooms  1
Sittings  1
Non Smoking  Yes
Alternative Dining  0
Lectures by the expedition staff will be given in the tiered lecture theatre as well as video documentaries and films. There is also an open bridge policy - an excellent place to watch ship operations and maintain a lookout for wildlife.  Show Lounges 1
Cinema No
Library Yes
Casino No
Dress is informal. Comfortable, casual clothing for all inside activities, and good footwear. Gentlemen may wish to bring a coat and tie, and ladies a cocktail dress for the Captain's Welcome and Farewell parties but this is certainly not necessary.
Gratuities are divided amongst the entire crew/hotel staff. The guideline is US$9 - US$12 per passenger per day.
Wheelchair cabins 0
Wheelchair access is unsuitable. The ship has no special provisions for severely handicapped persons. Doors are heavy and not too wide. Outside doors have sills. Metal decks can be slippery and icy.
Lifts 1
The rating for children is Unsuitable. There are no children's facilities. 

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