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Photographer:Clyde Dickens [View profile]Title:HMAS Farncomb S74Added:Mar 02, 2009
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Photo Category: Submarines
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Sydney Harbour, near Fleet Base Garden Island. 1 March 2009.

Pennant SSG 74 Class Collins Class Based Perth
Launched 15 December 1995 Commissioned 31 January 1998
Displacement 3,350 tonnes (submerged) 3,050 tonnes (surfaced)
Length 77.8 metres Beam 7.8 metres
Armament Six forward tubes for Mk 48 wire-guided torpedoes and Sub Harpoon missiles
Main Machinery Diesel Electric, 1 x 5.4MW Jeumont Schneider main motor; 3 x Hedemora VB 210 18 cylinder diesel's; 3 x Jeumont Schneider Generators; single shaft
Speed 20 knots (submerged) 10 knots (surfaced)
Company 45
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Pennant no.:S74
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Clyde Dickens on Mar 07, 2009 21:18 (9 years ago)
Thanks Cody

LIke all my photos of Navy ships away from a berth, this one happened when she sailed past when I was waiting for another (scheduled) ship.

The morale thing is a worry, but the Navy chiefs seem to be aware of it and are throwing money and better thinking at it.

Clyde
Cody Williams on Mar 07, 2009 06:49 (9 years ago)
Nice shot Clyde! Perfect lighting and colours

Our subs are supposed to be the quietest in the world, but with 3 out of our 6 subs in dry dock due to problems and crew moral at an all time low (37% of the crew on Waller think the job is meaningless) so perhaps the navy should work on the crews moral insted of the subs, sub are useless without a happy crew.
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