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20 October 2017 01:15 Post ID: #1558109
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Play at full volume with your tot of Woods or Lambs !
https://youtu.be/4NXFCDgyanA
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20 October 2017 09:04 Post ID: #1558117 - in reply to #1558109
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KOTJ

Are you interested in the Trip to Hull next March (6th)?

The five day (four nights at sea) trip will be in a Kilo-class submarine; at the moment undergoing a refit in Kaliningrad.

For someone such as yourself, who's interested in all things maritime, this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Let me know mate; and I'll add you to the manifest.


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20 October 2017 10:30 Post ID: #1558124 - in reply to #1558109
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Can you scoop me up from the pacific northwest on your maneouvres? If so count me in!
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20 October 2017 11:25 Post ID: #1558130 - in reply to #1558109
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I might be up for this, Paris. Any clues as to the entertainment? And a deciding factor for me, are bake beans on the daily menu?
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20 October 2017 11:34 Post ID: #1558132 - in reply to #1558124
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King of The Jungle - 20/10/2017 10:30

Can you scoop me up from the pacific northwest on your maneouvres? If so count me in!


If we leave the day after Boxing Day, I reckon we could just about make it.

The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets is no stranger to Arctic Waters.



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20 October 2017 12:09 Post ID: #1558134 - in reply to #1558130
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Kryan Bing - 20/10/2017 11:25

I might be up for this, Paris. Any clues as to the entertainment? And a deciding factor for me, are bake beans on the daily menu?


Bit too early to get anything firmed-up yet, Bryan.

The short list is:- Typically Tropical, Rednex and Chumbawamba.

Beans will be included in the All Day Breakfast.

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20 October 2017 12:30 Post ID: #1558138 - in reply to #1558134
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ParisWall - 20/10/2017 12:09
Beans will be included in the All Day Breakfast.

:tup:


I was dreading you saying this. Forty Fathoms Deep, in a confined space for five days, with baked beans....Nice...

Mind you, a lighter might help.


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20 October 2017 12:43 Post ID: #1558140 - in reply to #1558138
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Kryan Bing - 20/10/2017 12:30

ParisWall - 20/10/2017 12:09
Beans will be included in the All Day Breakfast.

:tup:


I was dreading you saying this. Forty Fathoms Deep, in a confined space for five days, with baked beans....Nice...

Mind you, a lighter might help.


:boom:


Don't panic, mate!

The Russians were eating bowls of Borscht for 45 days under the Polar Ice Cap in 1989, but they didn't come to any harm.

I think the venting system disposes of any gases.

The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets also has in-built Scrubbers.

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20 October 2017 12:57 Post ID: #1558141 - in reply to #1558140
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ParisWall - 20/10/2017 12:43
The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets also has in-built Scrubbers.

:tup:


Ok, thanks Paris. Although I had to Google what that meant, but all is fine now. The info below, filled me in nicely.

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Missing: svyatoy ?chudotvorets ?built ?scrubbers".



Edit: This site doesn't like Russian characters, some shit about unicode.


Edited by Kryan Bing 20/10/2017 13:04
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20 October 2017 13:03 Post ID: #1558142 - in reply to #1558141
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Kryan Bing - 20/10/2017 12:57

ParisWall - 20/10/2017 12:43
The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets also has in-built Scrubbers.

:tup:


Ok, thanks Paris. Although I had to Google what that meant, but all is fine now. The info below, filled me in nicely.

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Missing: svyatoy ?chudotvorets ?built ?scrubbers
Missing: svyatoy ?chudotvorets ?built ?scrubbers".




It's 'Svyatoi' mate, not savaloy.

Scrubbers - "Carbon dioxide can be removed from the air chemically using soda lime (sodium hydroxide and calcium hydroxide) in devices called scrubbers. The carbon dioxide is trapped in the soda lime by a chemical reaction and removed from the air. Other similar reactions can accomplish the same goal."

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20 October 2017 13:06 Post ID: #1558143 - in reply to #1558142
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Edited by Kryan Bing 20/10/2017 13:11
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20 October 2017 13:10 Post ID: #1558144 - in reply to #1558143
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Kryan Bing - 20/10/2017 13:06
Scrubbers - "Carbon dioxide can be removed from the air chemically using soda lime (sodium hydroxide and calcium hydroxide) in devices called scrubbers. The carbon dioxide is trapped in the soda lime by a chemical reaction and removed from the air. Other similar reactions can accomplish the same goal."

:tup:


Sorry, I thought you were talking about DVD's during the trip.

"Scrubbers"

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Scrubbers

Running time
90 minutes

Scrubbers is a 1982 British drama film directed by Mai Zetterling and starring Amanda York and Chrissie Cotterill. It was shot primarily in Virginia Water, Surrey, England. It was inspired by the success of the 1979 film Scum.

A novel based on the film, and also entitled Scrubbers, was written by Alexis Lykiard and published in London by W. H. Allen Ltd in 1982.[2]"

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20 October 2017 18:20 Post ID: #1558152 - in reply to #1558132
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ParisWall - 20/10/2017 11:34

King of The Jungle - 20/10/2017 10:30

Can you scoop me up from the pacific northwest on your maneouvres? If so count me in!


If we leave the day after Boxing Day, I reckon we could just about make it.

The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets is no stranger to Arctic Waters.



:tup:


Sounds great Paris. I've spoken with the chaps down at Kenmore Air and for a modest sum i can charter a seaplane which will allow me to rv with the Svyatoi at a location west of Vancouver Island. I really wouldn't recommend steaming close to the US mainland or entering Puget Sound as Russian subs are unpopular in these parts and you know how trigger happy our colonial cousins can be!
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20 October 2017 20:08 Post ID: #1558160 - in reply to #1558152
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King of The Jungle - 20/10/2017 18:20

ParisWall - 20/10/2017 11:34

King of The Jungle - 20/10/2017 10:30

Can you scoop me up from the pacific northwest on your maneouvres? If so count me in!


If we leave the day after Boxing Day, I reckon we could just about make it.

The Svyatoi Nikolai Chudotvorets is no stranger to Arctic Waters.



:tup:


Sounds great Paris. I've spoken with the chaps down at Kenmore Air and for a modest sum i can charter a seaplane which will allow me to rv with the Svyatoi at a location west of Vancouver Island. I really wouldn't recommend steaming close to the US mainland or entering Puget Sound as Russian subs are unpopular in these parts and you know how trigger happy our colonial cousins can be!


Just had a look on Google Maps - and to be honest, it looks a piece of piss!

If we sail due North, under the Polar Ice Cap, then straight down the International Date Line, turn left at Anchorage - we're home and dry.

I reckon a fortnight round trip, including two nights in Seattle.

Are you in mate?
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21 October 2017 02:31 Post ID: #1558178 - in reply to #1558109
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Definitely mate! But if we're stopping off in Seattle for a few days how do you propose to get ashore? A Russian sub in the Puget Sound is gonna be as welcome as a floater in a swimming pool. We could rent a squadron of seaplanes from Kenmore Air providing you have a skeleton crew available to man the sub while we're away?

Seattle will be a great tonic for the submariners who've endured the voyage - the sepo birds love a Brit - you just have to make the required enquiries to ensure that any potential target is indeed a bonafide doris before you take the plunge... Mind you some submariners probably ain't that fussy.

What will be the routine on the passage home mate? Will we be rotating through bunks at 6 hour intervals as per normal routine? If so i would prefer to share with a female (is mama coming?) - crawling, tired, into a bunk filled with Knockers stench at 0400 wouldn't make for a pleasant kip...
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21 October 2017 08:32 Post ID: #1558180 - in reply to #1558109
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5 past noon, we cross the T

Salute our Norfolk hero.
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23 October 2017 23:12 Post ID: #1558470 - in reply to #1558109
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I had my standard Tot of Woods to honour the Immortal Memory. Very nice as always .
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