He also told the media that maintenance of the ship would cost about 30 million rubles per year (about $900,000).

It took 3.5 years to build ‘Lenin’ nuclear-powered ice breaker. It was put into operation in 1959 and, since then, December 3 is celebrated as both the birthday of the Russian Nuclear Icebreaking Fleet and the day when the state flag was first ran up at ‘Lenin’.

“‘Lenin’ will also host a hotel with both luxury and business suites, a restaurant, a sports and fitness complex, a conference hall and a business centre,” Kovtun said, as quoted by the newsru.com website.

gemiyi tümüyle gezmek birkaç saat sürmektedir.