As part of Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations, a few front line Indian Naval Ships will remain open to school children and general public at the Naval Dockyard, Mumbai.

Indian Navy Ships Open to Visitors

Indian Navy regularly celebrates with Indian Public. As part of Big day – Kargil Vijay Diwas celebration, once again, a few Special warships which are rarely available for public will remain open.

Kargil Vijay Diwas celebration

Venue – Naval Dockyard, Mumbai

Date –  26-27 JULY 2019

Timings – 0900 – 1500 Hours

Entry Fee – Zero

Before you visit read the following guideline properly.

 


On 26th Jul 19, ships will be open exclusively for school children while general public is welcome on 27 Jul 19, between 0900-1500 hrs.


 

Indian Navy - Kargil Vijay Diwas

Indian Navy – Kargil Vijay Diwas

Free entry will be permitted from Tiger Gate near Ballard Estate. Visitors are requested to abide by security procedures at the Naval Dockyard and are advised not to bring mobile phones, cameras and handbags for security reasons. Visitors are further requested to carry government issued photo identity proof.

Things to Carry – 

  • Government issued Photo Identity Proof – Compulsory (You will not be able to enter without the ID proof.)

Do not bring – 

  • Mobile phones
  • Cameras
  • Handbags for security reasons.

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Officials commented on Instagram that there will be some Locker arrangements to keep your mobile phones safely.

We are waiting for the confirmation on the names of Naval ships that will remain open for the visitors. This not the first time Indian Navy is conducting such events and celebration.  Also, we are waiting for the update on any other city where the same event will be celebrated by Indian Navy.

Many enthusiasts from Kolkata & Chennai desperately questioning Indian Navy to arrange the same in respective countries.

Make sure you visit the Naval warships and makes most of it. It will be another inspiring day for Kids. Plan accordingly before you visit.

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Written by Yogendra Patil
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