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Airship To Brentford - Saturday 14th October
19 October 2017 09:36 Post ID: #1558032 - in reply to #1558028
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ParisWall - 19/10/2017 09:14

obeney - 18/10/2017 23:23

I 'll pass ou apologies to Mama but, stayout of Knocker's way - he was livid at the smell left in his airship - seems he had another job on Sunday - group of Nuns to Lourds .

Paris , will the submarine be Njuclear or Diesel? Important considering the depth of the Humber.


Ahoy Shipmate

The sub is being sold on eBay by a bloke going by the name of Viktor Viktorovich.

It’s a Kilo-class submarine, once part of the Baltic Fleet based in Kaliningrad.

Viktor says it’s a Diesel-electric - bit like a Toyota Prius.

It has six 533mm torpedo tubes which take 18 53-65 ASuW or TEST 71/76 ASW torpedoes - Viktor insists that the price does not include any ASuW’s, but like anything in Russia, he could lay his hands on a couple in an emergency.

Do these figures mean anything to you, mate?

Length: 242 ft 2 in
Beam: 32 ft 6 in
Draft: 20 ft 4 in

Viktor recommends a crew of around 50 - I reckon for it’s novelty value alone, we should be able to shift that amount of tickets.

The ‘Buy Now’ price is €575 - sounds about right to me.


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Is that All inclusive, is it individual suites and will there be an adjoining bathroom.
Not that I am bothered but will there be any Russian Ladies on board (I'm thinking of others) Obes asked me to enquire how often will we be surfacing, depending on which he will decide how many pairs of socks to pack.
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19 October 2017 09:52 Post ID: #1558035 - in reply to #1558031
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unit4 - 19/10/2017 09:27

Is it 'collection in person only' Paris?
Can't see UPS doing delivery :hihi:


Talk about the Devil looking after his own, Unit.

............ Viktor runs a team of Hookers out of Beauchamp Place, so he's in London on a regular basis.

He's hoping CSKA Moscow, Spartak Moscow, Dinamo Kiev, Lokomotive Moscow or Zenit St Petersburg progress further into Europe by drawing an English team in the knockout stages.

The plan would be to bring the Russian fans over in the sub, then Viktor would just 'disappear', so to speak.

Saves paying the postage.

Knocker would hope to start sea-trials some time in the New Year.


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19 October 2017 10:10 Post ID: #1558038 - in reply to #1558032
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lionheart48 - 19/10/2017 09:36



Is that All inclusive, is it individual suites and will there be an adjoining bathroom.
Not that I am bothered but will there be any Russian Ladies on board (I'm thinking of others) Obes asked me to enquire how often will we be surfacing, depending on which he will decide how many pairs of socks to pack. :sadno:


LH

I've not yet received a copy of the accommodation layout from Viktor, but I doubt it will be individual a suites with private bathrooms.

On 'Das Boot' I seem to remember thee tier bunk-beds with just a curtain.

The Heads were a bucket next to the Galley - we may need to surface off Walton on the Naze, Aldeburgh and Mablethorpe to empty the bucket.



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19 October 2017 13:21 Post ID: #1558061 - in reply to #1549041
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Not sure that surfacing is a good idea.Ask Victor if he has a spare GPS drone going, I'm sure he will have.
That way you could programme it to drop the slop buckets on various grounds en route.
Just make sure you save up a few for Elland Road.
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22 October 2017 16:51 Post ID: #1558351 - in reply to #1549041
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Paris - I don't want to 'piss on your parade' but, those Kilo Class Russian submarines were the equivalent of the Lada. There used to be an ex RN Submariner on this board, can't remember his name but, I'm sure he'll be of value to put you and Knocker right about the potential of this sub or lack of it. You know how sneeky these Russkies can be , especially those selling a 1950 designed submarine. That 20' must be the total depth as her draft shouldn't be anywhere near it. Bunks are probably four high and you'll have about three inches head-room.I guarantee she stinks of Beetroot and Vodka. Is Knocker competent to do a Full Condition Survey?
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22 October 2017 17:51 Post ID: #1558353 - in reply to #1558351
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obeney - 22/10/2017 16:51

Paris - I don't want to 'piss on your parade' but, those Kilo Class Russian submarines were the equivalent of the Lada. There used to be an ex RN Submariner on this board, can't remember his name but, I'm sure he'll be of value to put you and Knocker right about the potential of this sub or lack of it. You know how sneeky these Russkies can be , especially those selling a 1950 designed submarine. That 20' must be the total depth as her draft shouldn't be anywhere near it. Bunks are probably four high and you'll have about three inches head-room.I guarantee she stinks of Beetroot and Vodka. Is Knocker competent to do a Full Condition Survey?


Paris Take no notice, Obes is always looking at the negatives, I'm sure Knocker would not risk his reputation if it was dodgy to charter fine relic to soviet craftsmanship at it's best, Chernoblyl was a slight blip but people like Obes call it a disaster, but if that were the case, why is it a modern day holiday resort! ( Knocker did indicate trips there as an alternative to boring beach holidays) I presume you are involved in the Chernobyl venture !
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