mega ice breaker

  • Published on Jan 13, 2013
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Comments • 719

  • Peter Taylor
    Peter Taylor 9 hours ago

    Whats the 'name' of the ship to find it on []

  • Phillip Lopez
    Phillip Lopez 5 days ago

    The " atomic prostitute "

  • Imonaflatearth ur2
    Imonaflatearth ur2 6 days ago

    How many of you watching are still indoctrinated enough to think the arctic is on the top of a spinning oblate pear shaped spheroid? LOL

    • Imonaflatearth ur2
      Imonaflatearth ur2 5 days ago

      @Wii Sports Matt After reading many of the comments below I will say most buy into the absurdity spoon fed them since children. With a minimal amount of common sense one can recognize horseshit most of the time. Not the case with scientism from an early age though. I troll you not. I speak having worked as merchant mariner of about 10 yrs experience. Its a flat world with mountains and valleys both above, and below sea level. jump off the short bus asap. Am just doing my part to help a gullible public thinking authority cannot/ or would not lie to them.

    • Wii Sports Matt
      Wii Sports Matt 5 days ago

      if youre gonna try to bait people to troll then at least have a less obvious name😂

  • Dencil Dean
    Dencil Dean 6 days ago

    not me i e ga swim in no COLD ice water our pay no money to go there i also would not want to try our summit Mount Everest our any mountain nosireee
    all the way from beautiful
    nassau, bahamas 🇧🇸

  • Dencil Dean
    Dencil Dean 6 days ago

    no mistakes our OOPS doing the welding on that ice breaker one OOPS could mean MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY this is the icebreaker so and so are hull has broken in half we are sinking five miles from the north pole
    all the way from beautiful
    nassau, bahamas 🇧🇸

  • Dencil Dean
    Dencil Dean 6 days ago +2

    you will notice he said they do mining at the poles ( MINING) and we wonder why we are now getting cat
    5 hurricanes. enough guys
    all the way from beautiful
    nassau, bahamas 🇧🇸

    • waitaminutedoggie
      waitaminutedoggie Day ago +1

      Maybe it's less to do with mining and more to do with your Pagan shrines that offends a Holy God.

  • Litte Stinker
    Litte Stinker 6 days ago

    Background noise is to loud.

  • M0noxide
    M0noxide 7 days ago

    600 tons of steel + menopausal women.. are they nutts..

    • M0noxide
      M0noxide 5 days ago

      @J P deal with 1 every day. fml..

    • J P
      J P 5 days ago +1

      M0noxide 😂 ...surprised you haven’t got any nasty responses yet from other menopausel women..😄😃😂😅

  • Azhar M
    Azhar M 7 days ago

    NONE of those welders are equipped with safety goggles to keep them away from the hazardous welding fumes.

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  • Gary Brocken
    Gary Brocken 8 days ago

    This lets us know that they are fucking with the Antarctic' they claimed they would never pollute the Antarctic' put this tells us otherwise fools.

  • Tony Lam
    Tony Lam 9 days ago

    They only need one ice breaker, one can open a way and shepherd at least two more lesser strength ships right behind it. But they have to try it out alone first to be sure it works.

  • David Hermanson
    David Hermanson 10 days ago +2

    Yields endless power but leaves nuclear waste - waste that until recently the USSR dumped in the Arctic Ocean/Kara Sea.

  • Marco Elias Schoeling
    Marco Elias Schoeling 11 days ago

    The commentators language... marchialistic, imperialistic, oversized, theatralic... Example: "... the steel makes the ship strong enough to go ANYWHERE..." - hahaha...
    But besides this - a very interesting documentation with rare photos and documentation. Thank you for that!!

    • Marco Elias Schoeling
      Marco Elias Schoeling 11 days ago

      "these russian clients dont want to wait a minute over delivery date" - hahaha - a MINUTE over delivery DATE :-D

  • Albert Moore
    Albert Moore 12 days ago

    Much traffic that would be hampered by ice in the Arctic could pass year-round through the American Canal between Brownsville and San Diego, hard by the GREATEST OIL STRIKE IN HISTORY, on federal lands in the Permian Basin of Texas.
    Further see website

  • Charlie K
    Charlie K 13 days ago


  • birdygranma
    birdygranma 14 days ago

    seems like these could be part of the reason why the sea ice is braking up so much and so fast? once it's broke up then it will melt faster and faster. just does not seem like a good idea . wish that people would stop and look at the bigger picture . see what the consequences of braking up all this important sea ice will have on the earth. please 🥺💙

    • Yeff
      Yeff 11 days ago

      @birdygranma Not For A Few Days, But The Ice Buildup Is Gonna Reform it Completely In A Month, It Will Be Even Stronger Probably By The Two Pieces Of Ice Smashing Together .

    • birdygranma
      birdygranma 12 days ago

      @Yeff thank you . I was wondering will it be as strong ?

    • Yeff
      Yeff 12 days ago

      It Doesnt Work Like That, The Ice Will Come BacK Together After About A Day

  • Eric from Tambo
    Eric from Tambo 14 days ago

    7 mate ??? Australia's 3rd Channel 7 , brings back memories of watching the NFL games LIVE . Thanks matey.

  • Aj t
    Aj t 15 days ago

    I absolutely hate this narrator, no mistakes, have to make a delivery, blabla, shut the fuck up, why so much drama????????

  • richardnail Historical

    Well what's going to happen here? Whales & other marine life are going to follow the path this ship makes and end up getting trapped!

    • Yeff
      Yeff 3 days ago

      @richardnail Historical sound scares all animals off, i got these ideas from my gran who was a marine biologist and participated in a study showing the effects of icebreakers on polar regions

    • richardnail Historical
      richardnail Historical 4 days ago

      @Yeff So that sums it up huh? Whales are constantly in the path of ships across the planet......sound doesn't stop them? Where did you get these ideas from?

    • Yeff
      Yeff 4 days ago

      @richardnail Historical When Its 50Km Away It Still Makes Sounds Almost As Strong As A Whales Sonar, These Bad Boys Are Loud And The Ice Even More So

    • Yeff
      Yeff 4 days ago

      @richardnail Historical DO YOU NOT GET IT?! The Sealife Wont Follow It Because 1) The Sounds 2) They Can Have Better Chances Of Surviving Like They Are 3) Whales Dont Exist Anywhere Near Thicccc Ice

    • richardnail Historical
      richardnail Historical 10 days ago

      @Yeff really? so when ship is 50 miles away how much sound does it make?

  • Sam Hill
    Sam Hill 18 days ago +1

    Wakanda-ians claim to have invented all science & tech. Puzzling how they still live in cowdung huts and chow termites from a stick.

  • TheDarquon
    TheDarquon 18 days ago +1

    In Russia, Ice break he self and build ships

  • Jason Jones
    Jason Jones 19 days ago

    22:55 minutes is a lie!! woman cant control stress.

  • Reinier
    Reinier 20 days ago

    Sick. Amazing video.

  • Justin Case
    Justin Case 20 days ago

    This is how the European Union enforces the American sanctions against Russia.

  • jon jon
    jon jon 21 day ago

    If i see you in Antarctica i will torpedo your ship. Stop mining.

    • Yeff
      Yeff 12 days ago

      *In Yankee Impression* Did You Know That A Single Trident Nuclear MIRV Has 12 Individual Warheads And Theres 12 Of Them On Each Ohio Class Nuclear Submarine?

  • Dangyver
    Dangyver 24 days ago +2

    Im sure there were many more screw ups then one.

  • Dangyver
    Dangyver 24 days ago

    Not sure if any else noticed, @ 41:17 the two halves did not align, looks like 12" off, but they Mickey moused it together. lol

  • AwesomeCopper
    AwesomeCopper 25 days ago

    Awwww so this is how they construct the empires destroyers. . .

  • William Griffin
    William Griffin 25 days ago


  • John C Cargill
    John C Cargill 26 days ago

    I hate to steal their thunder but the Americans successfully married an ice breaker bow onto a supertanker when oil was originally discovered on the north slope. 40 years ago.

  • ken shaw
    ken shaw 26 days ago +2

    idk 120 million seems cheap to me an F-35 cost 110 million i think..

  • Richard Wilkinson
    Richard Wilkinson 27 days ago +2

    11 months to build? I couldn't build a shed in 11 months...

  • Tommy C
    Tommy C 27 days ago +1

    Leave the Arctic alone save the polar bears

  • Gage
    Gage 27 days ago +8

    I wonder if they have explosives onboard in case they get stuck hard in the ice.

    • Yeff
      Yeff 12 days ago

      A Trident Nuclear Rocket Aboard Surely

  • Sean Duggan
    Sean Duggan 28 days ago


  • george georgantas
    george georgantas 29 days ago

    great subject but absolutely shitty music and narration. Why you have to try and introduce stress and tension to keep the viewers attention I fail to understand. And the put on macho man voice Is as false as a prostitutes tits and eyelashes. (Sorry for the metaphor but Im just following the atmosphere the silly narrator tries to create. FUCK YEAH.

  • Jim Marriott
    Jim Marriott Month ago

    4.5 Million man hours may sound Titanic / 300 workers = 15,000 hours per worker / assumed for comment 13 hour day x 300 work day year < 4 years @ 1051 kph.

  • Ryan
    Ryan Month ago +13

    I need this for my date today..

  • conspiracies are just great stories

    @ 4:00 + that ship looks like it could be a cruise ship with all those windows and levels of covered space. It may look like the ugliest and oldest cruise ship there is, but it really does look more like a passenger ship rather than a cargo ship/ice breaker. Would be crazy cool to take a cruise on a friggen ice breaker. Sleeping in your bed and you feel the ship move up, then crash through 2 meter ice making it sound like a million car crash lol

  • robociock
    robociock Month ago +2

    No need these expensive ships, in few years ice wont be a problem anymore 😂

    TIM KAUFHOLD Month ago

    Nuclear powered icebreakers is the way to go.

      TIM KAUFHOLD Month ago

      @sh m because there is no gas station way up north..

    • sh m
      sh m Month ago

      Ya because if it sinks it will only be in the ocean... Right?

  • theshyguitarist
    theshyguitarist Month ago

    11:02 Smaller clit. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Stephen Thomas
    Stephen Thomas Month ago

    Terrible over dramatic narration.

  • CutTheKnot
    CutTheKnot Month ago +1

    $120 Million seems very inexpensive considering that a 60 foot yacht can cost several million dollars. That's a lot of material transport, logistics, man hour work, powerplant, and steel for $120 million. Must just be the basic floating shell.

    • Michael Hatem
      Michael Hatem Month ago

      these fucks could do much better than what they show the general public. just more bullshit on their part

  • ArrigAutist
    ArrigAutist Month ago +2

    Notice all the higly qualified "refugees" lately send to us clueless nordies..
    Without them, strong Feminist & efficient Lefties this vessel would never have been build!
    Though in the end, Greta might be a bit furious ...

  • Devon Holmes
    Devon Holmes Month ago +1

    I’ll take 3

  • Judess 69er
    Judess 69er Month ago

    wonder why they haven't just invented an impact hammer bow for icebreakers instead of just using the weight of the ship strap a huge Hydraulic powered jackhammer along the bow so it would be like jumping on the ice with a knife that weighs tens of thousands of tonnes
    not exactly sure how much force that equals out into when your talking about a 10,000 tonne jackhammer but if anyone knows the answer it would be interesting to know XD

    • Judess 69er
      Judess 69er 4 days ago

      ​@Nate Clark they could make the impact hammer bow operate via a solenoid o.o' very little mechanical parts involved the whole hammer part could be forged as 1 solid piece with cylinders to fit down the centre of however many solenoids they have behind it in reality 2 large 50ft solenoids would probably provide enough impact force to turn a military tank into a crushed tin can so thick ice would be childs play for it

    • Nate Clark
      Nate Clark 5 days ago

      Simplicity, at sea, far from rescue, in the arctic. Everything mechanical will break eventually. Gravity keeps working even in the cold...

  • jeff hubbard
    jeff hubbard Month ago

    Well that's a waste of $120 million. Not going to be any ice to break, the way things are going!

  • Wyo Drifter
    Wyo Drifter Month ago +1

    Where is the ice for it to drive through!???

  • Douglas Fox
    Douglas Fox Month ago

    Yet we have Military airplanes that cost a Billion dollars a piece..this Mega ship is only 120 million?? Sounds like tax payers of America are being Scamed. AGAIN !

  • James Cox
    James Cox 2 months ago +2

    Imagine if they said, they preferred men over women as crane operators.

  • Sam Afgan
    Sam Afgan 2 months ago +1

    25 thousand liters of diesel per hour so what’s that like 1 inch per gallon lol that’s nuts

  • PaulLonden
    PaulLonden 2 months ago

    Hope this cooperation between Germany and Russia won't stop because of Nato's expansionist warmongering ......One particular empire is not pleased at all over this trade detante , and would like to see old fashioned cold war practices take over again , which might suit its "fine military".... and will punish those who keep trading with Russia...

  • South O Ripper
    South O Ripper 2 months ago +1

    Burning up to 25,000 liters of diesel per hour in thick ice... why not go nuclear power like Russian vessels?

    • PaulLonden
      PaulLonden 2 months ago

      Nuclear power has its own set of expensive problems to's not the magic wand you might suggest.
      They probably will have done the calculations what will be most profitable and useful for this particular ship.

  • Red Tale
    Red Tale 2 months ago +3

    In Europe they make the process safe. In Australia they load you up with personal protective equipment.

  • Larry Kin
    Larry Kin 2 months ago +2

    I broke the ice once at a party.met my girlfriend etc.

  • Spiderman At Batman
    Spiderman At Batman 3 months ago

    Old model should be cheap as it is,,,,,,,,

  • My Name is Nobody
    My Name is Nobody 3 months ago

    Women operated cranes bullshit.

  • John Moore
    John Moore 3 months ago +10

    I was amazed at the way they built this ship. In a covered dry dock where the weather would be no problem.

    • David Hermanson
      David Hermanson 10 days ago +1

      Yes, and a retractable roof no less, to facilitate sectional moves. I suspect it gave Aker great gains in productivity - the weather in Baltic Germany is often poor. (Ignoring the loutish comment above)

    • ArrigAutist
      ArrigAutist Month ago

      Them Feminist simply value personal comfort in this sector ...