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LNG-Ready Iceabreaker Polaris
Pictured on this month’s cover is the business end of the “Eco” Icebreaker
Polaris, built by Arctech, powered by Wärtsilä and driven by three electrically
No. 10 Vol. 78 driven ice strengthened ABB Azipod units, two at the stern (6,500 kw each) and one at the bow (6,000 Kw), which combine for 19 MW. The advent of LNG as a marine fuel continues to drive innovative marine design, featured through-
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