As we passed Bremerton, we saw these aircraft carriers in the mothball fleet. This is where ships go when they have served and are retired. This one is CV 6, the USS Independence.
Between Port Townsend and Bremerton, is Keyport and the home of the US Navy's Underseas Museum. This is really worth a stop! Above, Rick gets to stand next to the real sail of the Sturgeon, hull #637. Interestingly, the sail of these submarines is wet -- it fills with water and is not used underseas.
The museum has an amazing collection of submarine history, torpedo development, and deapsea diving. Rick is showing a special kind of mine that was used during Vietnam.