How could 30 submarine seamen live for weeks under the sea? What did they do? What was the role of this submarine during the Cold War? Launched in 1967, the submarine Enrico Toti was the first to be built by Italian shipbuilders since the Second World War. In its thirty years of service in the Mediterranean Sea it travelled 137,000 miles. During the guided visit on board, among the engine room, the sonars and the periscope, you can experience the emotions of the seamen during their long voyages.