In this post we'll show you a small Soviet oil tanker, its interior and operating principle! You will learn what the words "Russian Diesel" mean and how the oil-tanker crew works.
Every ship traditionally begins with an anchor. The ship anchor serves two main functions - old ones adorn flowerbed and squares of seaside towns and cities, and modern ones are supposed to be thrown into the sea in order to damage an important and secret underwater communication cable. Sometimes, they even can fix a ship in the open sea!
Here is an old Soviet anchor windlass which allows choosing one of the two anchor chains, 200 meters long each. Round pointer indicators show on which depth the anchor-pressed diver lies.
The deck is a flat metal foundation with lots of different constructions on it. Approximately under that part of the deck there are petrol tank with 500 thousand liter total capacity.
The great amount of pipes of different length and diameter need to be repaired from time to time. This makes the crew busy and as a result lowers the level of debauchery among the sailors.
The shower cabin.