Following 90 days of Lorient-based trials, KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first DCNS-designed Scorpene submarine for the Royal Malaysian Navy, has now returned to Cherbourg for a post-trials refit....
France: Yesterday at its Cherbourg centre DCNS started the last joining of sections of the first Scorpene submarine for Brazil. The welding of sections 3 and 4, a key step for assembling the forward part of the submarine, is a stron... Read Post
The latest WIFR has a good article on the Royal Malaysian Navy's acquisition of its first submarine (no link, unfortunately). The first of two Scorpene class boats, KD Tunku Abdul Rahman (named after the Father of Malaysian Independ... Read Post