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The First Polar Icebreaker Ship

This is the world's first polar icebreaker  This is also one of the longest-serving icebreakers in the world.

It was called Yermak.
Yermak was built for the Imperial Russian Navy in 1898. And it was scrapped in 1964.
It was 97.5 m long and 21.6 m wide and at the busiest times there was 102 crew on it.

World's First Polar Icebreaker Ship

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