Baltic Plant

Baltic Plant

One of the oldest enterprises of the Russian shipbuilding industry - is the Baltic plant, located in St. Petersburg.

Its history began in 1856. During its existence the company has built more than 500 ships, including the pride of the Russian fleet - ships of class "Arctic".

It is on the Baltic plant was built nuclear icebreaker "Arktika", the first to conquer the North Pole. Later, it was here that was created atomic icebreaker "50 Years of Victory", launched in 2007.

Also, the plant can be proud of, and diesel-electric icebreakers "Moscow" and "St. Petersburg", which were created for navigation in the Gulf and became the first vessels built in our country for the last 30 years.

Now the production capacity is intended to prepare the atomic icebreaker Project 22220 60 MW. Icebreaker, named "Arctic" will be the largest and most powerful ship in the world.

In 2014, the plant received an order for construction of two Project 22220 series of icebreakers.

Launching of "Arctic", the body of which is now being formed on the stocks of the plant is expected in 2017.