A grim reminder of a different marine past is exhibited at this museum in Kiel-Laboe. The vessels of the much-feared German submarine fleet in both World Wars were mostly built and stationed in Kiel, before leaving for the Atlantic, where they attacked American and British supply convoys. Today the submarine U995, built in 1943, serves as a public-viewing model of a typical World War II German submarine. The 280-foot-high Marineehrenmal (Marine Honor Memorial),
in Laboe, was built in 1927–36. You can reach Laboe via ferry from the Kiel harbor or take B–502 north.
Strandstr. 92, Kiel-Laboe, 24235, Germany