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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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  • You will get a lifetime opportunity to visit a warship to know how it looks inside and it capabilities. Must visit place at least once 
    You will get a lifetime opportunity to visit a warship to know how it looks inside and it capabilities. Must visit place at least once  more »
  • Actual warship but ill maintained for public display. It would have been better if an official walk thru guide is given for tourist groups. Entry ticket is just Rs 15, and the counter person was kind....  more
    Actual warship but ill maintained for public display. It would have been better if an official walk thru guide is given for tourist groups. Entry ticket is just Rs 15, and the counter person was kind....  more »
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  • Very good place to spend some time exploring our rich history.. can have a real time look into full warship which was once protecting out nation. Entry charge is 15 for adults and 10 for children. Sad to see its not maintained well, movie room was not available no guidance or details mentioned in each section.
  • We visited this warship museum recently. It's informative and nice way to learn about the 1971 war and Navy's role in the decisive victory. Views of the Arabian sea from the ship deck are amazing. The ship premises are generally well maintained but pandemic seems to have affected the housekeeping a bit. The place closes at 1pm which is a bit disappointing. The ship deck would make for a nice sunset view point of it remained open at evening. Overall a pleasant experience.

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