Sedov

The STS Sedov (Russian: Седов), formerly the Magdalene Vinnen II (1921–1936) and the Kommodore Johnsen (–1948), is a 4-masted steel barque that for almost 80 years was the largest traditional sailing ship in operation. Originally built as a German cargo ship, the Sedov is today a sail training vessel, training cadets from the universities of Murmansk, Saint Petersburg and Arkhangelsk. She participates regularly in the big maritime international events as a privileged host and has also been a regular participant in The Tall Ships' Races.

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Icebreaker Sedov
... The Sedov was a Soviet ice-breaker fitted with steam engines ... Captain and Polar explorer Georgy Yakovlevich Sedov ... In 1929 icebreaker Sedov went on the "High-latitude Government Expedition" to Franz-Josef Land carrying Soviet scientists ...
History - Sedov
... Renamed the Sedov after the Arctic explorer Georgy Sedov who died during an investigation in the Arctic in 1914, she was used as a training ship of the Navy ... In 1981, the Sedov reappeared after renovation which had new features added such as a glass-domed banquet hall with a stage and a movie theater ... Sedov has regularly been targeted by unpaid creditors of the Russian Federation such as Nissim Gaon (of now defunct Swiss group NOGA, an anagram of Gaon) and also by French ...
Mark Zborowski - Early Life in Paris - Death of Lev Sedov
... On February 8, 1938 the overworked Sedov suffered a severe attack of appendicitis ... Sedov was operated on the same evening and appeared, over the next few days, to have a normal recovery ... Historians differ as to whether or not Sedov was murdered by the NKVD and there is considerable evidence to support either scenario ...
Petr Sedov
... Petr Sedov (born August 24, 1990 in Sarov, Russian SFSR) is a Russian cross-country skier who participated in his first World Cup in March 2009 in Lahti ... Sedov finished eighth in the 4 x 10 km relay at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver ...
Konstantin Badygin - Soviet Polar Station "Sedov"
... Two other Soviet icebreakers, the Sedov and the Malygin, both in the same area researching the ice conditions, became trapped by sea ice as well and drifted helplessly ... The third ship, Sedov, had to be left to drift in its icy prison and was transformed into a scientific polar station. 38 depth measurements by drilling the thick polar ice during their 812-day stay aboard the Sedov ...