Travel Photography Photos tagged as submarine
From the single deck of the HMAS Onslow, Oberon class submarine.
60,000 Won submarine rides in several places across Jeju... thouugh we managed a free ride here.
I guess this is a manta ray? Its hard to tell from underneath.
The Executive Officer was the second in command on a ship, a very high ranking officer for a ship. Yet on a submarine, even the XO has crampted quarters.
This is the Ships Office. Like many compartments on the ship, it was smaller than most closets in a normal home.
We went through as much of the submarine's interior as was open to the public, which was most of it.
There are 5 of these watertight doors on the submarine. They each weigh 700 pounds.
This was the largest room on the submarine. It was used for dining, but also meetings, movies, and just relaxing in between shifts.
The crew had very little space and virtually no privacy. It was very difficult to get into the top bunk.
Unlike in the movies, it actually took about 30 minutes for this submarine to dive.
This is where the navigator or Captain would plot the course (of course, I'm only pretending to do so)
This submarine was built in 1953 and was the first modern, round hull submarine built for the US Navy.