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RUSSIA SUBMARINE
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August 23, 2001
An unidentified worker of Sevmash (L) hands over a bottle of champagne
to Mar van Seuveren, as her husband...
Severodvinsk, Russia
A WORKER OF SEVMASH HANDS OVER A BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE.
An unidentified worker of Sevmash (L) hands over a bottle of champagne
to Mar van Seuveren, as her husband Jan van Seuveren (R), technical
adviser of the president of the Dutch company Mammoet, looks on near a
giant pontoon at the Sevmash shipyard in the city of Severodvinsk,
about 960 kilometers (600 miles) north of Moscow, August 23, 2001. An
Orthodox priest blessed the 100-meter long, 15-meter wide structure
with holy water, and a bottle of champagne was shattered on it,
according to naval tradition. A Russian shipbuilder launched on
Thursday the first of two giant pontoons built to help recover the
ill-fated Kursk submarine, which sank a year ago with the loss of all
118 crew after two massive on-board explosions.

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