Let’s take a chance and go aboard the Karelia nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine while it hasn’t yet left the port.
View from the pier. “Karelia”.
The left door leads to the upper “deckhouse’ (sorry, don’t know exactly how it’s called). The right one – to the missile deck in the rear of the submarine.
The descent from the upper deck to the bowels of the ship.
View from below.
The Deputy Commander of the submarine.
Black bags cover some secret objects.
Despite the fact that the submarine is berthed, its daily life and work go on.
The captain’s cabin. The plate says, “Commander of the nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine “K-18” “Karelia”
An officer’s cabin.
Sailors live here.
Some of them have musical instruments.
Privates’ cabins are even closer.
A saloon for relaxation and communication.
The internal radio – just in case.
An icon in the corner of the saloon.
The picture made of minerals and stones.
The Chief Medical Officer said the clinic was completely equipped and might be used for operations at any moment.
The waiting room of the clinic.
The package of emergency equipment prevents it from humidity. “Open in case of emergency.”
Special means of rescue are everywhere on the submarine.
Most of the corridors look in this way. They are narrow, closed and have a lot of obscure pipes and levers on the walls.
Inside the deckhouse.
The very top of the submarine.