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Feb 23, 2021 04:40 |  #121

Two for the price of one! HMS Severn and unknown sub in the Inner Sound, Applecross.

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May 19, 2021 16:33 |  #122

RFA Mounts Bay on NATO exercises in Applecross Bay. In the afternoon an Osprey aircraft landed on the helipad at the stern but I was too busy to go back and photograph it :-(

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May 24, 2021 15:59 |  #123

HNLMS Evertsen, a De Zeven Provinciƫn-class frigate from the Royal Netherlands Navy. She's due to join HMS Queen Elizebeth on her trip to Asia (CSG 21) this weekend.


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Jun 03, 2021 17:43 |  #124

The Bayern, a Brandenburg-class German frigate. In Plymouth Sound today, sailing into Devonport Dockyard, she's been in and out a few times over the last month.


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Jun 04, 2021 10:44 |  #125

Does this count. Got this submarine coming out of Bremerton in Puget sound while we were out sailing. I have no clue what type of submarine it is.


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Jun 04, 2021 11:16 |  #126

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Does this count. Got this submarine coming out of Bremerton in Puget sound while we were out sailing. I have no clue what type of submarine it is.
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It looks like a Seawolf class submarine. Nuclear powered hunter killer.


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Jun 04, 2021 18:28 as a reply to  @ Red Dexs's post |  #127

Not in the shot but it did have a dual vessel coast guard escort about a click ahead and behind him. That does sound like a Bremerton or Bangor submarine class.


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Nov 28, 2021 07:15 |  #128

N E Brazil. U27. River Thames. Tilbury. UK.

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Nov 28, 2021 13:20 |  #129

Ray.Petri wrote in post #19312218 (external link)
N E Brazil. U27. River Thames. Tilbury. UK.

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OK, British-ship experts, what type of ship is that?? Could anyone pls point me at its history?? Looks relatively modern...and gas-turbine powered?

And nice pic, Ray. :-)


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Nov 28, 2021 14:15 |  #130

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OK, British-ship experts, what type of ship is that?? Could anyone pls point me at its history?? Looks relatively modern...and gas-turbine powered?

And nice pic, Ray. :-)

Hi Jeffrey,
The definition of an expert is questionable - My definition of an expert is someone who knows more about a subject than I do - which is just about everyone on the planet these days.:-(
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Nov 28, 2021 20:30 |  #131

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Hi Jeffrey,
The definition of an expert is questionable - My definition of an expert is someone who knows more about a subject than I do - which is just about everyone on the planet these days.:-(
Try these links for more info:-
https://en.wikipedia.o​rg …ng_ship_Brasil_​%28U-27%29 (external link)
https://www.marinetraf​fic.com …2b0666b99211a52​35feb29a1c (external link)

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Nov 29, 2021 15:49 |  #132

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Nov 29, 2021 16:07 |  #133

SynJohn wrote in post #19244173 (external link)
Does this count. Got this submarine coming out of Bremerton in Puget sound while we were out sailing. I have no clue what type of submarine it is.


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It looks like a Seawolf class submarine. Nuclear powered hunter killer.

Possibly Virginia class?


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Dec 07, 2021 16:29 |  #134

In Kiel Germany is a ship yard for military vessels.


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Dec 09, 2021 13:21 |  #135

Sri Lanka Navy 71st Anniversary
At anchor off Galle Face, Colombo late last night and at the first ray of dawn this morning.
P626 (SLNS Gajabahu, ex USCGC Sherman) and P702 (SLNS Suranimala, ex Israeli Navy Sa'ar 4-Class)

The first image belies that it was a very tough target. Almost pitch black even with eyes adjusted to the darkness; in reality, it was much darker than shown here. Now add two independently moving targets so no chance of a truly low shutter speed to keep ISO down. For the same reason, no chance of a five image High Dynamic Range composite to cover the depth from pitch darkness to the brightness of a naked bulb. All things considered, I am happy.

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