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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: June 24th, 2020, 8:19 pm
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Very intersting concept, and the drawing itself is beyond reproach :)

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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: July 16th, 2020, 11:27 am
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In this small entry I have to admit that I don't claim it to be accurate at all, as for this boat exist only some designers' concept sketches and reconstructions based on text descriptions but no rock-solid blueprints.

Submarine Toro (Bull) was designed by German-Peruvian engineer Federico Blume during the War of the Pacific. First works on similar submarine were undertaken by said engineer already during 1864-1866 war against Spain, but were not concluded before end of hostilities. Design met with some interest from Peruvian authorities, allowing the works to commence with bit more vigour than in previous war. Finished boat successfuly completed trials, including remaining submerged to 7 meters for 30 minutes. It was planned to use it against Chilean ironclads Almirante Cochrane and Blanco Encalada anchored off Callao, but information about new secret weapon was apparently leaked to the enemy, and both warships were moved outside submarine's range. Eventually the boat was scuttled in Callao on 16 January 1881.

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Jose Antonio Bedyoa, Nikołaj Mitiukow; Okręt podwodny Federico Blume; Okręty Wojenne, 2015/6
Wikipedia; Toro Submarino (english) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toro_Submarino
Wikipedia; Toro Submarino (spanish) - https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toro_Submarino
Boletín Marítimo; Efemérides Navales de Hoy 14 octubre - http://boletinmaritimo.blogspot.com/201 ... es_99.html
Last Stand on Zombie Island; Peru’s u-boats, USN adjacent - https://laststandonzombieisland.com/201 ... -adjacent/


Peru, Toro Submarino (Federico Blume Submarino)
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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: July 18th, 2020, 8:50 am
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I've heard of this little pioneering submarine before, lovely to see it in SB scale.

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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: May 5th, 2021, 8:51 pm
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To replace the old drawing, this time is base on Russian data and with correct length, the 885M will coming soon.
Russia - K-560 Severodvinsk
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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: May 6th, 2021, 3:56 pm
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Fantastic work DP!

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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: May 6th, 2021, 10:10 pm
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Russia - K-561 Kazan
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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: May 8th, 2021, 3:06 am
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Kilo Class Submarine

877 Variants
Russia - B-401 Novosibirsk (877)
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Poland - ORP Orzeł (877E)
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Romania - Delfinul (877E)
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Iran - Taregh (877EKM)
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636 Variants
China - Yuan Zheng 66 Hao (636)
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Vietnam - Hà Nội (636.1)
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Algeria - Messali el Hadj (636M)
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Sindhughosh Variants
India - Sindhudhvaj (877EKM)
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Maynmar - Minye Theinkhathu (877EKM)
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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: July 3rd, 2021, 9:54 am
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Few extras from the Polish Submarines project... ( viewtopic.php?f=12&t=10265 )

American S class
USA, S-25 (later ORP Jastrząb)
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British U class (III group)
Great Britain, P44 United
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Netherlands, Dolfijn
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Soviet Union, V-2
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Denmark, U1 Springeren (formerly ORP Dzik)
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Unfortunately, details of the snorkel for this one (that I could find) are very sketchy.
I also couldn't find satisfactorily good sources regarding appearance of Hellenic and Norwegian boats.

(Yesterday I logged-on to Shipbucket mainly to post these drawings. In the end, I commented on number of threads but forgot to do the most important... :lol: )


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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: July 9th, 2021, 5:46 pm
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And few more extras from the same thread ( viewtopic.php?f=12&t=10265 ) ;)

Project 96 (M-XV, Malyutka)

Soviet Union, M-245
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Bulgaria, 362
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Project 613 (Whiskey)

Soviet Union, S-235
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Soviet Union, S-265
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Albania, 514
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Bulgaria, 41
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Egypt, 418
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Indonesia, Pasopati
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North Korea, 017
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Project 641 (Foxtrot)

Soviet Union, B-94
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Soviet Union, B-98
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Cuba, 729
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India, S22 Khanderi
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Libya, S312 Al Fateh
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Ukraine, U01 Zaporizhzhia
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Project 877 (Kilo)

Soviet Union, B-401
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Type 207 Kobben

Norway, S306 Skolpen
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Norway, S309 Svenner
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Denmark, S322 Tumleren
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Post subject: Re: Submarine 2Posted: July 10th, 2021, 1:41 am
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Well, damn... :shock: :o

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