HMS Tireless has arrived at Southampton's Eastern docks on a five-day visit to give cadets, students and others a taste of life at sea.
The Royal Navy submarine HMS Tireless has arrived in port at Southampton for a five-day official visit.
A Royal Navy nuclear submarine arrived in a port city today almost a year after an officer was killed on board a sister vessel during an almost identical visit.
HMS Tireless, a Trafalgar class submarine, is visiting Southampton, Hampshire, for five days
HMS Tireless, a Trafalgar class submarine, is visiting Southampton, Hampshire, for five days.
The visit is giving local dignitaries and youngsters an opportunity to sample life on board.
In April last year, during a visit by HMS Astute to Southampton, Able seaman Ryan Donovan killed Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux and also shot Lieutenant Commander Christopher Hodge in the stomach
Young people will have a chance to sample life on board a nuclear-powered submarine with the arrival of HMS Tireless in Southampton.