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Russian Submarine - Seattle Pier 48

98104 Seattle, WA, United States of America (USA) (Washington)

Address 101 Alaskan Way, Pier 48
 
 
Floor area 557 m² / 6 000 ft²   Area for radios (if not the same) 9 m² / 100 ft²
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Military Museum in general
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio
  • Military ships and submarine


Opening times
Winter: 9am - 5:30pm; Summer: 9am - 9pm

Admission
Adults: $10.00; Seniors (60+): $8.00; Children (6 to 14): $8.00

Contact
Tel.:+1-206-223-1767  Fax:+1-206-223-1797  

Homepage www.russiancobra.com/index.html or russiansubseattle.com

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Location / Directions
N47.600101° W122.337914°N47°36.00606' W122°20.27484'N47°36'0.3636" W122°20'16.4904"

The Russian Cobra Submarine is centrally located in Seattle at Pier 48 on the Seattle waterfront at the foot of Main Street. Pier 48 is the next pier south of the Colman Ferry Dock where you catch ferries to cross Puget Sound to the cities of Bremerton and Winslow. There is lots of parking in the Thrifty Parking Lot right at the head of the pier. You need to pay for parking at the Thrifty Car Rental Office right next door to our Ticket Office and Store for the Cobra. You may also park under the Alaskan Way Viaduct at one of the many parking meters there.


Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

USA: Hallicrafters, The; S-40 (1946/47)

Description

Visit the Russian Cobra at Pier 48 in downtown Seattle, WA

Do the unthinkable! See the unbelievable! Tour the once forbidden confines of a real "Cold War Warrior." See the torpedo rooms and the crews' quarters. View the once top secret sonar and radar rooms, plus the top security submarine control room. View life on board a combat Russian Submarine complete with all the sights and sounds.

Russian Designator: Project 641
NATO Designator: Foxtrot-Class
Manufacturer's Number: b-39
Commissioned: 1974
Decommissioned: 1994
Non-nuclear Length: 284 ft
Beam: 24 ft 7 in
Draft: 20 ft
Displacement: 1952 tons surfaced;
2475 tons submerged
Built: Sudomekh Shipyard, Leningrad
Construction: 3/8 in outer light hull comprising ballast tanks
7/8 in OT28 Nickel Steel pressure hull
Complement: 56 sailors, 10 midshipmen, 12 officers
Maximum Diving Depth: 985 ft
Speed: 16 knots surfaced;
15 knots submerged;
9 knots snorkelling
Range: 20,000 miles surfaced at 8 knots
11,000 miles snorkelling
380 miles submerged at 2 knots
Endurance: 3-5 days submerged
Propulsion: 3 x Kolomna 2D42M diesel engines,
2000 hp each
3 x electric motors, 2 x 1350 hp, 1 x 2700 hp
1 x auxiliary motor, 180 hp
3 x propeller shafts, 6 bladed propellers
Torpedoes: 22 torpedoes (21");
10 tubes (6 bow, 4 stern)
Radar: Surface search: Snoop Tray: 1 band
Sonar: Herkules medium frequency active/passive
Feniks passive search/attack
Electronic Warfare: Stop Light, radar warning
Quad Look Directional Finder

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