Naval ships in Cork October 2013

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Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby BrIAN332 » Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:08 pm

Some pics of the Naval ships that were in Cork over the weekend as part of Cork Rebel week. Great display, and were open to the public, was on board the Russian stealth corvette Soobrasitelny which was in Cobh and the Irish Naval vessel LE Aisling which was up in the city.

Russian Corvette Soobrasitelny

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Royal Navy frigate HMS Northumberland which was the largest vessel in Cork for the weekend
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Irish Naval vessel LE Aisling

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Irish Naval Vessel LE Eithne

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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby Spud » Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:18 pm

never knew they were in town :?
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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby martay » Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:34 pm

didn't know anything bout that either, nice pics there Brian, looks like ya had a nice day out.
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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby beowulf » Sun Oct 20, 2013 9:35 pm

that Russkie boat sure is stealthy looking Image

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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby Georgeconna » Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:47 pm

It was on the tele, News papers, Forums, FB and god know what other media...amazing with all this social media you did not know. I though you were in Town on Thursday to see them!!!
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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby Georgeconna » Mon Oct 21, 2013 12:18 am

Sad to see the Brits cordoned off down the docks and very much out of the party. too bad there is still a few nutters about that cause this. Lots of people cribbing about it was the best ship but no one could get near it...

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Nice deck Colour
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Up in the Port
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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby martay » Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:01 am

Lovely pics there G, really silly to hear the English boat was separated like that, will we ever get that monkey off our backs, lve those night pics that must have been very cool to see, as i have no tv don't buy papers and haven't logged int FB in ages, i admit its my own fault i missed it, good show though :D
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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby Lego » Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:28 pm

Thanks for putting the pics up. It is a great pitty that the UK boat was separate :( But could you picture some twat doing something and how it would look.

It was like that time the queen came over I was delighted that she felt comfortable enough to come but by Christ did I wish nothing happened to her when she was here. In every country there are morons and we have to accommodate for them sadly.

Is there a good red light district in Cork? Just wondering why so many great ships dock there [smilie=rofl.gif]

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Re: Naval ships in Cork October 2013

Postby BrIAN332 » Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:29 pm

More great pics there George, i didnt get to see them lit up at night ,nice one, there was a great turnout from the public for their visit over the weekend and was a very well organised event, the Russian ship that was in Cobh is absolute class and delighted was on board her :)

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