APRIL 6 2012 21:54h
Tehnicki muzej (Science Museum) in Zagreb offers its visitors to look at the submarine CB-20 from the World War II. The exhibition is open from Tuesday 3rd April to Saturday 7th April 2012. The visitors will be able to explore the inside of the submarine, its navigation system, engines, weapons, functioning and learn about its aims. The submarine CB-20 (nicknamed “Malisan”) was produced in 1943 in Italy. It represents the unique sample of its kind because it is complete, original, in a good condition and renovated. There were only 20 such submarines produced and they were so-called “pocket submarines”. The crew consisted of three members and one captain. It is 15 meters long and it weighs 35.4 tons. It could dive into the depth of 55 meters.
The visitors have been warned that they enter at their own risk. The number of people who can see the inside of the submarine is limited to 36 people in one hour. The visitors can enter only one by one. They should be wearing trousers and a jacket and shoes with rubber soles or sneakers. The person can’t be more than 120 kilos and their waistline should be less than 130 cm.
The cost of a ticket is 15 HRK and children don’t have to pay no matter how old they are. There are no group visits and the tickets cannot be booked in advance.