Marine Museum of Ischia-Ponte, part 3
On the walls of the staircase leading to the third floor, you can see a unique collection of newspaper clippings, telling about Maritime incidents.
The first thing that attracts attention, of course, is the message about the sinking of the Titanic.
On November 3, 1893, the transport Cabo Machichaco, loaded with 51 tons of dynamite, exploded in Santander (Spain). The port and coastal neighborhoods were completely destroyed, a disaster that killed about 600 people.
Loss of the sailing ship "Saint Francis" in a storm near Ischia-Porto.
Newspaper of the national Federation of seafarers ' trade unions.
Not too old emergency radio station.
The cat anchor is used on small boats, as well as such an anchor is used to trawl the sea floor to find sunken gear.
Measuring the velocity - lag. The spinner with blades on a rope is thrown overboard, the speed of its rotation determines the speed and distance traveled.
A collection of blocks designed for pulling tackle and lifting weights.
Pre-war sailor uniform of the Italian Navy.
Hall of the third floor.
Photo of a full-scale model of a Galleon built for the filming of the film "Pirates of the green island", which took place on Ischia. An Italian-Spanish film about sea adventures was released in 1971. In the main role starred a popular Soviet singer and actor Dean reed.
The first hydrofoil vessel, which began operating in 1955. The picture was taken in the Marna Grande Harbor in Capri.
Timetables and tickets of the first half of the twentieth century.
At that time, many small companies were engaged in sea haulage, with only one small boat.
A small photo report on the delivery of the miracle of the American automobile industry to the island. Judging by the size of the shipping vessel, the venture is very risky. The images are dated back to 1958, when there was no ferry service to the mainland.
After the war, large vessels appeared on the Naples-Capri line.
Another emergency radio station. The device is powered by a hand-held electric generator.