D-5 / Spartakovets
Submarine of the D (Dekabrist) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Built by||Marti Yard (Nikolayev, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 198|
|Laid down||14 Apr 1927|
|Launched||12 Oct 1929|
|Commissioned||5 Apr 1931|
Black Sea fleet.
Broken up at Sevastopol after 18 January 1956.
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Notable events involving D-5 / Spartakovets include:
21 Sep 1941
D-5 fires a torpedo at the Italian tanker Tampico (4958 GRT) north-east of Varna, Bulgaria. The torpedo however misses it's target.
8 Dec 1942
D-5 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Ko?iboglu (176 GRT) with gunfire north of the Bosporus in position 41°27'N, 28°37'E.