In 1952, the marine school of the Jung was established in Tobolsk. It trained shipbuilders, shipmotorists and radio operators, who later mostly worked in the fishing industry.
There is an interesting case from the history of the school, whose students for some time became theater artists. In the 1950s, Gavriil Abdulov, the father of the famous Russian actor Alexander Abdulov, was appointed director of the Tobolsk theater. As eyewitnesses recall, one of the most striking performances was the production of "The Death of the squadron". A cruiser was built for her right on the stage. A large crowd was needed, and Gavriil Abdulov agreed with the head of the Jung school, so future navigators also played on the stage next to professional artists.
In 1962, the Tobolsk Maritime School was formed on the basis of the school, the task of which was to train "specialists of average qualification". Such an educational institution, headed by A.A. Permitin, was at that time the only one in the whole of Siberia.
A modern educational complex was built under the leadership of Permitin. There was a place for laboratories, workshops, a sports complex, and a cadet dormitory. The cadets of the Tobolsk seafarer studied many subjects, including specialized ones, аor example, naval affairs. The compulsory program also included English, because it was assumed that many graduates would surf the expanses of distant seas. From the walls of the school, boatmasters of the sea and river fleet, fish production technologists, mechanics of ship machinery, operators of refrigeration units were graduated. They were sent to work in many regions — from the Kaliningrad Region to the Far East.
Unfortunately, the Tobolsk Maritime School has not survived to this day. It ceased to exist in 1985, being merged with the Tobolsk Fish Technical School. The official reason for the disbandment of the seafaring company is "remoteness from the main fishing regions of the country."