Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by סליבן, Aug 8, 2018.
Manufactured in the USSR in the late 60's and exported to other countries.
Nothing of the sort, Neither America, nor Europe, nor Israel could do.
The ticket for the ship cost $ 15 (10 rubles) per 100 kilometers
Well tell me, Sullivan: How long before those Russians experience a horrible catastrophic crash with one of those goofy boats?
I mean, Russians are pretty good at splattering their commercial airliners all over the countryside, aren't they? Just a matter of time, I guess.
Nobody else can make hydrofoils?
I don't think that's the case.
I have not heard of any catastrophe on these boats.
When I was 9 years old, in 1976 I drove on such a "rocket" along the Dniester River to the Black Sea.
An unforgettable experience!
Show me the American hydrofoil ships
Right. The Dagos were making those way back in 1962...
Of course, it takes the Russians a little longer to catch up with everyone else.
Lol, US Navy pegasus class warships.
What's with the "strangeness of the English language"?
You mean air accidents?
I will prove to you that there were more air accidents with American planes than with Soviet ones.
As for modern Russia, I am not interested in this, since this country has prosecuted all the achievements of the Soviet Union
Yes, I expected this!
These are military ships!
But America has never done civil hydrofoil ships.
And the USSR produced them like sausages
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