Kapitan Khlebnikov

Built to escort merchant marine flotillas through the pack ice of the Russian Arctic, Khlebnikov became an expedition vessel in 1991. Since that date, the 112-guest, polar-class icebreaker has earned a reputation unequalled by any other expedition vessel. Kapitan Khlebnikov has garnered more polar firsts than any other passenger ship. Khlebnikov circumnavigated the Antarctic continent, twice. The ship was the platform for the first tourism exploration of the Dry Valleys. The icebreaker has transited the Northwest Passage more than any other expedition ship in history.

Specifications

Launch Date01/01/1981
Passenger Capacity112
Total Crew70
Tonnage12288

Triple Cabin

1 lower berth, 1 sofa bed, 1 pull-down upper berth, private facilities, opening window, desk and chair.

Twin Cabin

1 lower berth, 1 sofa bed, private facilities, opening window, desk and chair.

Suite

1 wider bed and sofa bed, private facilities, separate sitting room, 2 opening windows, 2 desks/chairs, table, TV/DVD.

Corner Suite

1 wider bed, 1 sofa bed, private facilities, separate sitting room, 4 opening windows, 2 desks/chairs, table, refrigerator, TV/DVD.

Deck 3

Deck 5

Deck 6

Deck 7

Deck 8

Bridge Deck

Radio Deck

Other Medical Centre, Shops, Laundry Service, Onboard Helicopter

Food and Drink Bar, Lounge, Dining Room

Relaxation Swimming Pool, Sauna

Kapitan Khlebnikov

Bar

The Auditorium

Library

The Exercise Room

The Bridge

Digning Room

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