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23-2-2013 11:53 am  #1


Submarine attraction at Zeebrugge

There's a submarine you can visit at Zeebrugge along with a Lightship. You don't have to pay to enter the museum if you just want to look at them as they are quite visible in the harbour.

http://www.seafront.be/UK/foxtrot.asp

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Last edited by Smoking Hot (23-2-2013 11:58 am)


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23-2-2013 3:14 pm  #2


Re: Submarine attraction at Zeebrugge

Much as I dislike boaty-fings...any boatyfings, gotta admit that an U-Boot would be a class 'white van' for baccy running....

Torpedo cases are water tight I assume and could be packed with loads of lovely cheap tobacco.

Surface just off the UK Coast and "FIRE TUBES 1 and 2!" at the beach.


*hums*

"We all live in a yellowy fingered submarine..."


"I, uh, let her out the trunk...heard what, err, She snarled at THEM...."

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23-2-2013 5:40 pm  #3


Re: Submarine attraction at Zeebrugge

And even if you were spotted by a Customs boat, they'd have trouble boarding you!


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27-2-2013 1:40 pm  #4


Re: Submarine attraction at Zeebrugge

I can highly recomend the sub. Its great to clamber around in but watch out for the nasty loo!!! apparently it was shared by 70 sailors (not all at once) I bet the seat was never cold!!

Cheers

 

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