The Russian Navy's oceanographic research vessel "Admiral Vladimirsky" completed oceanographic research in the Bellingshausen sea and set a course for Montevideo (Uruguay)
The "Admiral Vladimirsky" completed oceanographic research in the Bellingshausen sea and set a course for Montevideo (Uruguay), where it will arrive on March 5.
The ship's crew is healthy, technical means and hydrographic equipment are working normally. This was reported to the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, by the head of the round-the-world expedition on board the "Admiral Vladimirsky" ORV, captain of the 1st rank Oleg Osipov.
The ship is currently on the approved route of the Navy's round-the-world expedition, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica by Russian sailors and the 250th anniversary of I.F. Krusenstern birth. . The expedition started in December 2019 and will last until June of this year.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy Admiral Nikolai Evmenov has set the task to carefully analyze all the stages of round-the-world expedition, which in its scope and significance is a worthy continuation of the activities of the Navy of Russia for the study of the oceans.