The Port Icebreaker was built to assist the LNG-tankers in Port of Sabetta in the Peninsula of Yamal, Russia. The icebreaker will be delivered in 2018.

Aker Arctic has developed an icebreaker concept Aker ARC 124 and Etteplan designed the hull structures based on the concept and according the rules of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. The icebreaker will be able to operate year-round in 2 meter thick ice.

Client: Aker Arctic Technology Inc (Vyborg Shipyard PJSC)

Technical information of the vessel:

  • Length: 89.5 m
  • Breadth: 21.3 m
  • Draught, design: 6.5 m
  • Propulsion power: 12 MW (4 x 3 MW)
  • Ice class: Icebreaker7

Etteplan was commissioned to design the hull structures and the basic design of the vessel. Etteplan was also responsible for all classification drawings, technical calculations and FE analyses.

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