Wesco is a Wesco submarine launched in 1933 when Crichton-Vulan docked in Turku. It was not until 1936 that it was named CV707 by its manufacturer code. Westgow was one of the five submarines of the Finnish Navy. On an island in Finland, you will naturally see it when you go to Finland. You need to buy tickets separately to visit it.
If you are also a fan of military hobbies, you can't miss the good opportunity to visit here. Like Pearl Harbor, the scale and flow of the whole scenic area are more careful. The United Museum is a place to learn about history. The real protagonist submarine is parked on the shore with a very small area. It can even see the upper and lower berths of the sailors, let alone the various instruments, and the feeling of the submarine standing on the seashore by a piece of wood is quite special.
Retired ships, you can visit all, is also a good experience