The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show, that is one of the leading shipbuilding shows in the world, finished its work. 350 enterprises from 28 countries ( 67 of them are foreign) took part in the exposition in 2009. Participants placed their items in pavilions with the total area of 13,000 sq.metres, in open exhibition areas, in the water area at moorings of the maritime passenger terminal and near the exhibition complex. Among participants there were all leading companies of the maritime industry of Russia. Manufactures of assembling equipment, devices, electronic components, informational technologies and dual-use goods occupied the most territory of the exhibition. 55 separate delegations from 47 countries also came to the show. 2 Defense Ministers, 7 Chiefs of the Navy and other high-ranking officials were included in these delegations. 496 journalists from 148 medias reported about the event. More than 29,000 professionals worked over the show. Now visitors have many pictures to share. We are not an exception.

The 5th International Marine Show

An aquanaut.

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The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

Cartoons.

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The observation device with the stabilizing system and digital image registration “Zenit”.

The 5th International Marine Show

The landing ship with an air cushion “Mordovia”.

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The hovercraft “Mirage”.

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

The 5th International Marine Show

19 thoughts on “The 5th International Marine Show”

  1. What is the sticker price on that mirage. It looks fun.

    Also, not liking the looks of missile launcher hidden in standard containers. Terrorist wet dream.

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    • The idea of terrorism is to spread fear. I can see they’ve won by this comment alone. At least in your case.

      If you go to war, be prepared that the war moves inside your towns and cities: So none of the examples you gave is terrorism in the real meaning of the word, but war. Maybe internal but war anyway.

      A surprise that some don’t play by the book, eh?

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  2. The Container system Club-K is designed for smaller country to use as a deterrent against bigger ones. If a big country invades smaller country threatens bigger country with a retaliatory strike. The bigger country would almost never be able to find the containers except when its too late and they are fired.

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    • The pirates acting like this because since America invaded Somalia the men there, cant no longer get food for their families.
      All infrstructure was ruined by war.
      Instead of spending more money on wars, like only USA 800.000.000.000 !
      They should give some to Somolia and help them to build infrastructure.

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  3. Putting cruise missiles into a standard container is a clever concept. Basically you might turn any ship (e.g. civilian container ship) into a deadly platform you’ll only notice after it’s almost too late.

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    • Actually they are designed as defence for large cargo vessels, although I don’t know if it is this particular model. That said Maersk certainly are currently working on the legality of arming their larger vessels.

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