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|German World War Two UBOAT, U534 on the dockside. The German type IXC/40 submarine was sunk by Allied forces in 1945.|
In the dock is the frigate HMS Plymouth and along side it is submarine HMS Onyx, both of which saw service in the Falklands conflict, and a D-Day landing craft.
|A submarine between the danish mainland and the island of Læsø is heading south. Maybe someone can identify this sub.|
You can only see it, when you turn on the timeslider and set it to June 22, 2009. This picture was added since the last update in December.
ADMIN NOTE: Looks like a German Type 212 submarine. You see them often around the waters of Denmark.
|Submarine in Venice.|
"Arsenale Militare di Venezia"
Additional info from McMaster_de:
It's a SSK (submarine-submarine killer) of the Toti Class. The Enrico Dandolo was finished on 16th December 1967 and disarmed in July 1999.
|Naval Submarine Base New London is the United States Navy's first submarine base, the "Home of the Submarine Force", and "the Submarine Capital of the World".|
|This submarine U-359 of the Whiskey-class was build 1953 and was in active service until 1989.|
1997 it came to Nakskov and today it's a museum with accustic submarine sounds showing daily life in a Soviet submarine.
|The Project 941 or Akula, Russian "Акула" ("Shark") class submarine (NATO reporting name: Typhoon) is a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine deployed by the Soviet Navy in the 1980s. With a maximum displacement of 33,800 tons, the Typhoons are the largest class of submarine ever built.|
|Should be a Type 209 class diesel-electric attack submarine developed exclusively for export in the late 1960s by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft of Germany. Despite not being operated by the German Navy, the class has been successfully exported to 13 countries with over 60 boats being constructed.|
The first user was the Hellenic Navy which operates four Type 209/1100 and four Type ...
|The Walrus class submarine is the only submarine class currently in operation in the Royal Netherlands Navy. They have been in use since 1990 and are all named after sea mammals. The Walrus class submarines are unusual in that instead of a cross-shaped assembly of stern diving planes and rudders, they mount four combined rudders and diving planes in an "X" configuration. This tail configuration...||10/24/2007||788|
|Lorient housed a German submarine base during World War II; although the city was heavily damaged by Allied bombing raids, the base survived through the end of the war. As they could not destroy the base itself, the Allies decided to bomb the city, on purpose, to cut the supplying of the U-Boats. Without gasoline, food, or water it became impossible for these submarines to return to the Atlanti...||06/27/2006||3,172|
|By using the timeslider feature you can see the K-77 Submarine disappear after it sank on April 18, 2007.||03/04/2009||1,069|
|Interesting shot of what looks like a submarine being gutted. Probably a Victor class nuclear powered fast attack sub.||01/13/2009||1,151|
|This submarine travels trough the channel between USA and Canada, towards Naval Base Kitsap. ||10/03/2007||1,080|