Category:Cheliuskin (ship, 1933)

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IMO info
Information about the vessel may be found at IMO 5607600.
A ship can change name and flag state through time, but the IMO number remains the same through the hull's entire lifetime. As a result, it can be useful to identify a ship by using the IMO number.
SS Chelyuskin 
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Instance of shipwreck,
steamship
Call sign
  • RAEM
Named after
LocationChukchi Sea
Owned by
  • Sovtorgflot
Operator
  • Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route
Manufacturer
Location of final assembly
Yard number
  • 603
Home port
Significant event
Beam
  • 16.61 m
Draft
  • 6.7 m
Length
  • 94.55 m
  • 310.2 ft
Speed
  • 12 kn
Maximum capacity
  • 60
Authority control
Wikidata
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Desastre del Cheliuskin (es); Tcheliouskine (fr); Чалюскін (be-tarask); Челюскин (ru); चेलियुस्किन (mr); Tscheljuskin (de); SS Chelyuskin (pt); Чалюскін (be); اس‌اس چلوسکین (fa); 切柳斯金號 (zh); チェリュースキン (ja); SS Czeluskin (pl); צ'ליוסקין (he); Tsjeljoeskin (nl); Չելյուսկին (hy); SS Chelyuskin (en); Čeljuskin (it); Čeljuskin (cs); Челюскин (bg) Schiff (de); schip (nl) «Челю́скин» (ru)

Media in category "Cheliuskin (ship, 1933)"

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