04 Juli 2015
Debarkation of 4th Vietnamese submarine from mother ship Rolldock Storm (all photos : Baomoi)
Vietnamese 4th Kilo submarines reliable brave in Cam Ranh
At time 10h40 2/7 days, HQ-185 submarine - the 4th Vietnamese Kilo has left the mother ship at the port of Brigade 189 submarines in Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa.
Before leaving the mother ship Rolldock Storm, from the night of 1/7, part of the transport ship was sunk in order to HQ-185 ship exit.
At around 9am on 2/7, with the assistance of tugboats, Russian made 4 of 6 submarines for Vietnam have been put on submarines military port safety.
It remains unclear official ceremony handed over two of Kilo ship HQ-184 Hai Phong and HQ-185 will be held by Vietnamese Navy.
Speedboats were mobilized to ensure the safety for work of the vessels HQ-185 put into military ship port.
HQ-185 submarine was towed by tugboat to the military port.
Azimuth hybrid fleet towing 4th submarine for Vietnam.
Before entering the military port, right 7am 30/6, transports MV Rolldock Strom carrying HQ-185 Kilo submarines was advanced into Cam Ranh Bay.
HQ-185 submarine was built at the Admiralty Shipyard in Saint Petersburg (Russia). Launch date 03/28/2014, after completion of all the tests, the ship HQ-185 was set off to Vietnam.
Rolldock Storm put HQ-185 Kilo submarines for Vietnam follow along sea lanes from north to south Atlantic, around the Cape of Good Hope in Africa to advance into the Indian Ocean.
As well as ships carrying submarines Rolldock Star HQ-183 Ho Chi Minh City, Rolldock Storm does not go through the Malacca Strait to Singapore, but Sunda Strait. After a short stop in Singapore, Rolldock Storm passing Singapore Straits and ran straight into the South China Sea military port of Cam Ranh.