Malygin

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Icebreaker Malygin (1912)
... Icebreaker Malygin was a Russian and Soviet icebreaker ship of 3,200 tonnes displacement ... She was named after Stepan Malygin ...
Kara Sea - History
... In 1736–1737 Russian Admiral Stepan Malygin undertook a voyage from Dolgiy Island in the Barents Sea ... in this early expedition were the Perviy, under Malygin's command and the Vtoroy under Captain A ... Malygin took careful observations of these hitherto almost unknown areas of the Russian Arctic coastline ...
Dolgy Island - History
... Stepan Malygin undertook a voyage starting from Dolgy Island in 1736-1737 ... There were two ships in this early expedition, the Pervy, under Malygin and the Vtoroy under the command of captain A ... Malygin took careful observations of these hitherto almost unknown areas of the Russian Arctic coastline ...
Cossack Explorers - Alphabetical List - M
... Stepan Malygin (?–1764) Russian Navy Captain, navigator, cartographer Malygin was the first to write a manual on navigation in the Russian language in 1733 ... two boats Perviy (First) and Vtoroy (Second) under the command of Malygin and A ... During this trip, Malygin for the first time described and mapped the part of the Russian Arctic coastline between the Pechora and Ob Rivers ...
Stepan Malygin
... Stepan Gavrilovich Malygin (Russian Степан Гаврилович Малыгин) (died August 1, 1764) was a Russian Arctic explorer ... In 1711–1717, Stepan Malygin was a student at the Moscow School of Mathematical and Navigational Sciences ... After his graduation, Malygin began his career as a naval cadet and was then promoted to the rank of lieutenant four years later ...