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.
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
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.
Young people will have a chance to sample life on board a nuclear-powered submarine with the arrival of HMS Tireless in Southampton.