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+ - A Container Ship Is Traversing the Northern Sea Route for the First Time->

Submitted by Daniel_Stuckey
Daniel_Stuckey (2647775) writes "The Barents Observer reports the 19,000-ton Yong Sheng, a container ship operated by China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO)—though not the exact one pictured at the top of this article—left port in China in the first week of August and is now in the Russian Arctic. For a few years now the Northern Sea Route has become passable in summer, at least by vessels designed for icy Arctic waters. Last summer an icebreaker became the first Chinese vessel to make the passage. In 2010, a Norwegian vessel carrying iron ore to China became the first non-Russian vessel to complete the journey."
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A Container Ship Is Traversing the Northern Sea Route for the First Time

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