PAMPANITO (SS-383) Submarine - Bathroom Review
Submarine warefare is one of the most stressful elements of warefare one might encounter. It's extremely cramped, the air can grow stale, the food gets old and the working conditions can be quite miserable. The Pampanito is a rare time capsule for the men that fought under the seas. The bathroom in this submarine is exceptionally tight, being more of a close than anything else. Looking at the design, it looks to be about as barebones functional as one could get and that is about all one could ask for in such a cramped environment. There isn't any interesting artwork that was visible (I'm sure the painters already covered over the crews artwork). Though this submarine is not operational, I think it's probably safe to assume that when it was, the bathroom was probably kept fairly clean by whatever unforunate sailor happened to be on the potato peeling list of the time. When thinking of a rating for this bathroom, I'm going to give it 3 flushes because it covers the bare bones of what is needed and does it well.
WWII Submarine: USS Pampanito - Public Restroom Review - 3/5 Flushes
|Facility||Location||Cleanliness||Design||Artwork||Free of Graffiti||Free of Vandalism||Notes|
|WWII Submarine: USS Pampanito||San Francisco, California||Very cramped quarters!|