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Warship Museum, Karwar

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Come on board a warship-turned-museum and witness the naval army history at Warship Museum. INS Chapal, codenamed K94, was a missile boat of the Indian Navy, and now serves as a museum which provides tours displaying the glory of Indian navy. Learn about the ways of life of the army sailors who manned the ship during the Indo-Pakistani war, as well as how the vessel was maneuvered, how the cooking was done, and how the sailors spent their free time. This exploration trip is not suited for the claustrophobic. Plan to see Warship Museum and other attractions that appeal to you using our Karwar online sightseeing planner.
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  • It is closed now. Also the maintenance around the area is gone and is in shambles. Maybe COVID effect. It is just walking distance from city and its e were excited to visit the warship which we can...  more »
  • This is the best of all places to visit in Karwar....I liked especially the engine part of the ship...There were lots and lots of engine and machinery  more »
  • This ship that ruled the seas now still stands with all its glory and vibe. It's a source of knowledge for those interested in defence. You get to your the entire ship inside out and you'll instantly be reminded about "BATTLESHIP" movie. Located on the coast of Rabindranath Tagore beach, this place aptly suits it including a well maintained garden. Parking is free however they charge a minimal amount for the entry. From kids to adults you'll leave with so much inquisitiveness. Like I mentioned before the beach is too good for a short relax or stopover. There are some eateries and food van around for a quick munching.
  • Tourists are here for mostly 30-40 minutes. But first impression is that it is not worth the visit. View from outside, on the road, is good enough. Not maintained worth the entrance ticket. No guide early morning.

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