When did the first nautical transit of the North Pole happen?

1874
1958
2007
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The first nautical transit of the North Pole was made in 1958 by the sub­ma­rine USS Nau­tilus, and the first surface nautical transit occurred in 1977 by the ice­break­er NS Arktika.

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