The keel for Yakutia lay at the Baltic Shipyard

The keel for the third Project 22220 nuclear icebreaker “Yakutiaâ€? was laid recently at the Baltic Shipyard (a part of “United Shipbuilding Corporationâ€?, JSC). The icebreaker is commissioned by FSUE Atomflot (a subsidiary of Rosatom State AtomiÑ? Energy Corporation).

The keel-laying ceremony for the third serial nuclear icebreaker of Project 22220 was held on the anniversary of the Baltic Shipyard and shortly before the St. Petersburg foundation day at the “Aâ€? slipway.

The act was signed by the heads of Atomflot, division of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and Baltic Shipyard. Keel laying ceremony got shortened due to the complicated epidemiological situation.

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