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    It’s always fun to visit one of these historical ships. There is not a lot of space to move around so leave those giant backpack and shopping bags behind. You’ll need your hands to hang on the rails as you go up and down the stairs. Read the signs, they give you great information on the history of the ship. It is a bit hard to take pictures because almost all the space is used here. One thing that was surprising is that it rocked a lot on our visit and the small confine spacing cause use to get a bit of motion-sickness.

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    Really cool sub. This was the diesel sub used in the movie “Down Periscope”. In 1996 my boy scout troop went there. We slept in the sub and got to really explore it. That is untill some of the boy got there hands on the signal light and started shining it into peoples houses. LOL good times

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    Sub zero if you are a geek. Ironically its name made me laugh. “We are being under attack. Pampanito is coming!”

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    Really small sub, makes you wonder how it’s possible for so many men to live in such tight quarters. Best part of the entire experience was the retired Veteran who was there to answer our questions. It was fascinating to hear the stories.

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    If you are a WWII nerd wait no more. Go visit USS PAMPANITO. If you are not a WWII nerd, do the same. Visit USS PAMPANITO. This is one of the best experiences we had at SF and I recommend visiting this great place to everyone.