^As requested - Edited & Loudened just a tadge...
For those that prefer moving pictures.Nice find - For many years there was an old rusting Biber, #105, parked up in the Blockhouse Fort area, since refurbished.*
Those wee boats bore very few results and were mostly a one-way Pension Trap. Biber #90 even claimed the life of one Joachim Langsdorff (the son of Captain Hans Langsdorf formerly of the Graf Spee who topped himself after scuttling that pocket battleship.)**
* http://www.ianclarkrestoration.com/158/RNSM_Biber_105._German_WWII_Midget_Submarine/ and
Not sad at all Bob! Happy memories![QUOTE="BreathingOutOnTheWayUp,
( For nostalgia's sake I often use that SETT's signature 'Tap Tap pause Tap Tap' whenever knocking at someone's door...How sad must that seem?)
I've heard the stories before but saying it ran circles around the frigates is a bit OTT.
IIRC you were down there ATT so what are/were your thoughts?