Meteor (1915)
The Meteor was a German survey vessel, that became famous for her survey work in the Atlantic Ocean between 1925 and 1927.
Her keel was laid at the Kaiserliche Werft at Danzig in February 1914 and...
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Kapitan Dranitsyn
Kapitan Dranitsyn (Russian: «Капитан Драницын») is a Russian icebreaker, built in Finland for the former Soviet Union. Since October 1995 she has been used as a research vessel by AARI. She also o...
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Pyotr Lebedev (research vessel)
Pyotr Lebedev is a research vessel, built in Turku, Finland, originally as a merchant vessel in 1957. She was subsequently acquired for the Soviet Union and refitted as a research ship. The vessel was...
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Akademik Fyodorov
RV Akademik Fyodorov (Russian: Академик Фёдоров) is a Russian scientific diesel-electric research vessel, the flagship of the Russian polar research fleet. It was built in Rauma, Finland for the ...
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Akademik Shokalskiy
MV Akademik Shokalskiy (Russian: Академик Шокальский) is an Akademik Shuleykin-class ice-strengthened ship, built in Finland in 1982 and originally used for oceanographic research. In 1998 she was...
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Akademik Sergey Vavilov
The Akademik Sergey Vavilov (Russian: Академик Сергей Вавилов) is a Russian (formerly Soviet) research vessel, named after academician Sergey Vavilov. It was completed on February 12, 1988 in Raum...
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Zarya (non-magnetic ship)
Zarya (Russian: Заря, The Sunrise) was a sailing-motor schooner built in 1952, and since 1953 used by the USSR Academy of Sciences to study Earth's magnetic field.After the Continuation War Finlan...
Akademik Mstislav Keldysh
The R/V Akademik Mstislav Keldysh (Russian: Академик Мстислав Келдыш) is a 6,240 ton Russian scientific research vessel. It has made over 50 voyages, and is best known as the support vessel of the...
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2007 Russian North Pole expedition
Arktika 2007 (Russian: Российская полярная экспедиция "Арктика-2007") was a 2007 expedition in which Russia performed the first ever crewed descent to the ocean bottom at the North Pole, as part o...