Yudo said the Navy has two alternatives to recover the submarine. “The first option is to insert hoses onto pipes on the submarine, then pull up the vessel. The second option is to use miniature robot submarines to bring the KRI Nanggala-402 to the surface.”
He added that Singapore’s navy has the technology to reach any vessels to depths of 900 to 1000 meters through the use of the vessel MV Swift Rescue.
The Cakra-class submarine lost contact with the Second fleet based in Surabaya, East Java, shortly after it received the order to submerge and participate in drills to fire torpedoes.
The submarine sank 95 kilometers off the northern coast of Bali with 53 men on board. The KRI Nanggala-402 was commissioned into the Indonesian navy in 1981.
(Writer: Imam Rosidin, Bali Contributor | Editor: David Oliver Purba, Dheri Agriesta)
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