Russian spy ship remains in English Channel: Naval intelligence vessel that can ‘cut undersea web cable televisions’ sails through shipping lane near British coast
A Russian spy ship developed to perform private undersea objectives was today identified in the English Channel.
Yantar can be seen on online service Marine Traffic midway in between the coast of Devon and France and is presently heading north.
Yantar is a professional reconnaissance ship which brings 2 unmanned submersible cars, which can come down to the sea bed and return images along with gathering products from the bottom of the ocean.
Yantar can be seen on online service Marine Traffic midway in between the coast of Devon and France and is presently heading north
It is understood for running near important undersea facilities such as Web cable televisions, which it is thought to be able to cut.
It was just recently identified near lines of cable televisions off the coast of Ireland.
The ship was very first identified by defence expert H. Sutton.