"It has been at the bottom of the sea of the soon to be 77 years as a grave for all 37 members of the crew. But now the soviet submarine Sjtj-302 Okun found near the island of Tyterskär in the gulf of finland, reports the Russian state news agency Ria Novosti."
"the Submarine a heavy trip out on the patrulleringsuppdrag from Kronstadt near Leningrad, today's st. Petersburg, on 10 October 1942 with Vladimir Netjkin as captain, writes Aftonbladet. Sjtj-302 lost in heavy weather contact with the flotilla of other ships and blown up in a German minefield any time between 11 and 13 October."
"Now she is on 67 m depth and was discovered with the help of the sonar of a Russian dykarexpedition under the direction of Konstantin Bogdanov."
"With the Sjtj-302 Okun has eight soviet submarines that went under in the war on the Russian territorial waters has been found. The only thing missing is the M-96 that never returned to London from a mission in the gulf of finland in 1944."