Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Under the thick layer of ice, two of the biggest Russian submarines arrive at the Gajievo, Murmansk Navy base. They were assembled and serviced in Severodvinsk, and now came to Gajievo where their future home will be. Oleg, the photographer, has watched their arrival this Saturday and taken some cool photos:

 Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Sailors line up to welcome the crews.

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

“Commander” of the “Vladimir Monomakh” Russian nuclear underwater cruiser. That’s what they call it.

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

You can click for larger sizes of these photos!

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

“Vladimir Monomakh”.

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

And this guy in the orange suit is the top commander of the Russian Northern submarine Navy forces.

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk

His name is Moiseev Alexander.

Thanks for the photos, Oleg!

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3 thoughts on “Russian Nuclear Submarines Arrive to Murmansk”

  1. Ogh! That is the newest class – Borei-class submarine. There are not too many pictures of this class submarines taken so close to it.

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