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The submarine B-413 (or NATO’s Foxtrot) is a unique museum vessel. This is the only submarine in Russia and one of a few in the world that belongs to the pre-atomic period. Moreover, she is preserved in original. Strength hull and outer casing, superstructures, all main and auxiliary mechanisms, equipment and armament are the same as they were when the submarine was retired from the Navy.
The History of the Russian Undersea Fleet exposition is currently located on board.
The submarine is divided into seven compartments: a fore torpedo compartment; a fore accumulator and harbour compartment; a central post; a stern accumulator and harbour compartment; a diesel compartment; an electromotive compartment and a stern and harbour compartment. Commander’s and officers’ cabins, officers’ mess-room and a sonar control room are located in the second compartment; officers’ and warrant officers’ cabins, a petty officers’ mess-room and a caboose are located in the fourth compartment; sailors’ berths, survival kits and an escape hatchway are located in the seventh compartment.
- Width – 8.5 m
- Draught - 5 m;
- Ship endurance - 90 days
- Surface cruising speed - 8 knots - 30 000 miles;
- Crew - 80 persons: officers - 13, warrant officers - 11, petty officers - 16, sailors - 40
- Submergence mode - 2472 t
- Operating - 250 m
- Periscopical - 9 m
- Submergence mode - 16 knots.
- Four 533 mm stern torpedo tubes
- Mine mode - 22 mines and 12 torpedoes;
- Firing depth – up to 100 m.