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Nuclear-powered ice-breaker Yamal tours to North Pole
21.06.2007 16:52
Nuclear-powered ice-breaker Yamal tours to North Pole

This August one of the most powerful ships in the world, the nuclear-powered ice-breaker Yamal, is to organize two tourist expeditions to the North Pole with Russian-speaking groups aboard. The cruise to the top of the planet is getting more and more popular despite the high price.
      The tourists are generally attracted by not only a possibility to visit the geographic point where all winds blow from the South, but also by a chance to see the dwellers of the northern seas: walruses, seals, polar bears which often approach the ships board out of curiosity.
      During the trip the tourists will experience helicopter excursions, lecturers read by scientists, travellers, and researchers who have devoted their life to the Arctic.
      Within the season the ice-breaker usually organizes several expedition cruises, but this time only two of them are for Russian-speaking tourists.
      
      Source: www.travel.ru


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