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WAGBIcebreaker (USCGC)
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Release date- 28082019 - China recently launched its first domestically built polar icebreaker, Xue Long 2, and to help protect it from harsh Arctic and Antarctic conditions, they turned to an industry-leading coatings solution supplied by AkzoNobel.
But in the latest development, Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson's office announced that Seaspan will no longer build the icebreaker. Instead it will build 16 new multipurpose vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard.
The ship, dubbed the Ural and which was floated out from a dockyard in St Petersburg, is one of a trio that when completed will be the largest and most powerful icebreakers in the world.
The service is trying to move ahead with procuring a new icebreaker, also known as the polar security cutter.
(NYSE: VFC) has closed the acquisition of New Zealand-based performance apparel company Icebreaker Holdings, Ltd.
"Not a single [other] country in the world has a nuclear icebreaker fleet.
Petersburg for the launch of the 'Sibir' (Siberia), a new Russian nuclear icebreaker
Christophe de Margerie, the icebreaker, is the first of its class built specifically for the Yamal CNG project that Russia is trying to break through and take on a share of the liquefied gas market.
The Raiko machine is a straightforward icebreaker primarily used to clear aircraft parking stands.
In August 2017, the first ship of this class, the Christophe de Margerie, made it without icebreaker escort from Norway across the entire NSR.
The $17 million project collaborates with the (http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Home) Canadian Coast Guard to deploy the icebreaker and is geared toward understanding how climate change affects Arctic ecosystems in the water and along the coast as well as northern communities.
Battlesong is the action-packed final book in Tanner's Icebreaker trilogy, following Icebreaker (Macmillan, 2015/VOYA August 2015) and Sunker's Deep (Macmillan, 2016).