The D-2 Narodovolets Submarine is a memorial complex located on the quay in Saint-Petersburg.
The exhibition tells about constructors of the first Soviet submarines and the way the magnificent boats were used during WWII.
The main characteristics are as follows: surface displacement, underwater displacement and floatage – 956, 1387, 6, 45,5 tons. The greatest length, the greatest width and mean draft – 76, 6,4 and 3,81 m.
Excursion starts with a back torpedo room.
A battery of oxygen cylinders.
The boat wasn’t reconstructed much and passages between the sections look in a natural way.
The 6th room is a diesel one. Two diesels are located along the right and left sides of the boat.
The table allows to communicate by tapping.
The cabin is occupied by the navigation officer.
The cook room.
The boat was taken to the point of destination and put on the derrick table.
The rocket is launched on the North pole.
Kursk submarines is going to sail for the last time.