Kildin is a small Russian island in the Barents Sea, off the Russian shore and about 120 km from Norway. A small fishing trawler washed ashore on the island. Locals say that the cause of the shipwreck was banal drunkenness and slovenliness, but now the reasons are no longer so important. The important thing is that the ship lies and beckons to itself.
We were very lucky that the tide would be low – otherwise, we would not have got to it on dry land. There was a rope hanging from above, along which it would be quite possible to climb up, but we preferred to climb along with the structure itself.
The ship lies on its side, the bottom is cut, apparently to remove the overall power plant. Inside is full of stones brought by the waves. Behind, as befits ships, there is a propeller.
Climbing into the ship was not difficult. It turned out to be much more difficult to move around the cabins because they were at an angle to the usual direction of the gravity vector. The horizon is preserved in the photos, so you can visually estimate the shooting angle.