Błotniak

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Błotniak

Błotniak (Polish for "Harrier") is a one-man wet cabin underwater craft designed in Poland in 1978. It was based in the torpedo research centre in Gdynia (commonly called Formoza).

Technical data[edit]

Specification[edit]

  • propulsion:
  • equipment:
  • maximum speed: 5 kn (9.3 km/h; 5.8 mph)
  • range: 50 nmi (93 km; 58 mi)
  • load capacity: 200 kg (440 lb)

See also[edit]

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