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Reactor Plant for Yakutia Icebreaker on Board

  • St. Petersburg-based Baltic Shipyard has loaded two RITM-200 reactor plants on board the nuclear icebreaker “Yakutia”, the third serial vessel in the 22220 Project, United Shipbuilding Corp reported.

    Each of the plants weighs 147.5 tons and measures 7.3 meters in height and 3.3 meters in diameter. The RITM-200 reactor plants are compact and energy-efficient, their life cycle is 40 years.

    The “Yakutia” icebreaker is being built to the order of Atomflot, part of Rosatom State Corporation. The kiel of the vessel was laid in May 2020.

    Photo: USC


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