Retired Ojibwa submarine is available for touring. It costs around $17.00 per adult person each but well worth it as they try to restore this beauty. A perfect attraction for children to see as part of history. It has only been open for 4 weeks but it is well organized. They have handy washroom facilities near the front entrance before you gather and line up to take an inside (or just outside) tour.
It is dry-docked and you can go inside and have a college age tour guide explain the workings of the sub and see where 75 sailors lived sometimes for up to almost 250 days at a time! YIKES! VERY, very - I mean VERY close quarters. I cannot stress this enough. LOL NO privacy was afforded these men.
There's no windows, so if you have a tendancy towards being claustrophobic, don't go on it, just walk around the outside.
I have attached a photo; the sub looks small from the harbour but is HUGE once you are near it.
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