9 Great Submarine in the Dock

Great Submarine in the Dock

Posted on March 27, 2013 by tim


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A great Russian submarine entering the dock for repairs has been spotted by Zeka-Vasch. While staying unsure on what is the model of the submarine or its military nickname it still a pretty magnificent site, which is usually covered by curtains from civilians when it already stationed in the dock and the repair works start. First it was photoed arriving closer to a docking facility.


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Then whoops and it goes under the water so you can’t see it. Because this is a submarine and it can, also it needs a dock all around it for an easier access. The in a few hours the water being pumped out and…

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The u-boat is in a dock now.

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9 Responses to “Great Submarine in the Dock”

  1. Osip says:

    Kilo class diesel boat.

  2. Jeff says:

    That looks like a NATO ‘Kilo’ class – either Project 877 or 636 type.

  3. andrei says:

    Cool, I see my house in the first two pictures !

  4. Sarah Palin says:

    I can see that from my house too!

  5. Marko Ramius says:

    My sub was faster than that sea bass!

  6. May Lacuesti says:

    What’s so ‘great’ about it?

    Looks like a regular sub, isn’t it?

  7. RB says:

    I think I spotted where the leak is.

  8. dude says:

    but you have to admit it was just a wild guess!

  9. Stoney says:

    Neat to see, standard design and tactics.

    I was crew on the American dry dock in Scotland during the mid 1970’s.

    The difference was the crew lived onboard. Enlisted berthing was underneath the submarine.

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