B-413 Submarine Museum, Kaliningrad

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See the original equipment and weapon systems of a Soviet Foxtrot class submarine at B-413 Submarine Museum. The Baltic fleet used Foxtrot submarines as long-range patrol vessels until 1995. Climb in the periscope room, and try operating a periscope. Former crew members provide guided tours through the interiors of the diesel submarine, which have not changed since 1969, when it was constructed. Imagine how it must have been for tall men to live and work in such small spaces, especially when the situation required them to move quickly. Use our Kaliningrad day trip planning tool to visit B-413 Submarine Museum on your trip to Kaliningrad, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Very nice oceanographic museum, nice to have a walk here on the river bank or to vizit some of the inside museums.  more »
  • We were lucky that one of the staff came by shortly after we arrived. He knew everything about the Russian submarine fleet. We walked away educated and amazed.  more »
  • Soviet Navy submarine B-413 of the project 641. According to NATO classification it was Foxtrot type submarine. It was laid down in 1967 at New Admiralty Shipyard in Leningrad, launched and commissioned in 1968. B-413 was deployed to Northern Fleet 96 Brigade, 4 Submarine Squadron. B-413 had number 443 before 1981 and 447 after. North West Atlantic was AOR of B-413. Submarine visited Cuba and Guinea. In 1986, B-413 operated in Mediterranean Sea and visited Syria, Lebanon and Libya, next year submarine was repaired in Tivat, Socialist Republic of Montenegro, SFRJ. In 1989 B-413 returned to its base in Polyarny on the coast of Barents Sea. Submarine was transferred to Baltic Fleet in 1990. Since 1991 B-413 continued its service in Russian Navy and was decommissioned in 1999 and became part of the Museum of the Global Ocean in Kaliningrad. Kaliningrad-Königsberg, East Prussia, 🇷🇺 Russian Federation 🇷🇺. January 2, 2021.
  • Huge queue to the boat and very short distance inside. Besides that it was very interesting and entertaining

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