Copenhagen. HDMS Søløven Y311, Denmark Royal Navy Diving rescue ship. part 1
On a Holiday along the waterfront Larsen Plads lined several warships.
As it turned out - it holds the open doors day of the diving service of the Royal Navy of Denmark.
take a Look at the ship. the Y311 Søløven (sea lion) built in 1986 and was originally patrol vehicle, in 2011 converted into a training ship underwater rescue service.
On deck, the sailors tell guests about his work.
high-Tech control station diving equipment.
All bodies of management and control is convenient, clear and functional.
On the numerous monitors displayed both surface and underwater environment around the vehicle.
Decompression chamber is designed for the gradual adaptation of divers to high pressure at depth and return to normal atmospheric pressure. Such cameras are necessary in order to avoid decompression sickness, in which nitrogen enters the bloodstream and tissues, causing acute pain in the joints, nausea, dizziness, and paralysis.
charging Station for diving.
Small infirmary for first aid.