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List of submarine classes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of submarine classes, sorted by country. The navies of 46 states operate submarines.

Algeria

Albania

Argentina

Armada de la República Argentina:

Australia

Royal Australian Navy:

Azerbaijan

Bangladesh

Bangladesh Navy:

Brazil

Marinha do Brasil:

  • Humaita (1927) - (decommissioned)
  • Tupi class (1937) - (decommissioned)
  • Goiaz class (GUPPY III) (decommissioned)
  • Bahia class (GUPPY II) (decommissioned)
  • Humaita class (Oberon) (decommissioned)
  • Tupi class (Type 209/1400)
  • Tikuna (modified Tupi class) (modified Type 209/1400)
  • Scorpéne in order (with technology transference)
  • SSN being developed with French help

Bulgaria

Canada

Royal Canadian Navy:

  • Victoria-class submarine - 4 ex-RN Upholder-class in active service
  • Oberon-class submarine (decommissioned after 2000); 3 acquired and 2 for training and spares; 2 sold as museum ship (HMCS Ojibwa (S72) and HMCS Onondaga (S73)) and 3 scrapped (HMS Olympus (S12), HMS Osiris (S13), HMCS Okanagan (S74))
  • Tench-class submarine (decommissioned); built for United States Navy; USS Argonaut (SS-475) renamed HMCS Rainbow 1968 and retired 1974
  • Balao-class submarine (decommissioned); built for United States Navy; USS Burrfish (SS-312) acquired 1961 and renamed as HMCS Grisle and served until 1969; return to USN and later scrapped.
  • British H-class submarine (decommissioned); built in United States; acquired 1919 HMCS CH-14 and HMCS CH-15 and disposed 1927 and 1922 respectively
  • CC-class submarine (decommissioned); built in United States for Chilean Navy and sold to British Columbia 1913; CC-1 and CC-2 Commissioned Royal Canadian Navy 1914; scrapped in 1920

Captured and recommissioned German U-boats

Chile

People's Republic of China

People's Liberation Army Navy:

  • Type 03 class (Whiskey) (decommissioned)
  • Type 031 class (Golf) (SSB)
  • Type 033 class (Romeo)
  • Wuhan class (Type 033G, license built Romeo)
  • Ming class (Type 035/based on Romeo)
  • Kilo class
  • Song class (Type 039)
  • Yuan class (Type 041)
  • Han class (Type 091) (SSN)
  • Xia class (Type 092) (SSBN)
  • Shang class (Type 093) (SSN)
  • Jin class (Type 094) (SSBN)

Colombia

Croatia

Cuba

Denmark

Royal Danish Navy:

  • D class (1926—1946)
  • H class (1938—1950)
  • U class (1947—1959)
  • V class (1947—1958)
  • Delfinen class (1961—1990)
  • Narhvalen class (Type 205) (1970—2004)
  • Tumleren class (Kobben/Type 207) (1989—2004)
  • Kronborg class (Näcken) (2001—2004)
See also: Danish Submarines 1909-2004 @ Danish Naval History

Ecuador

Estonia

Kalev class submarines.
Kalev class submarines.

Kalev class mine laying submarines

Estonian Navy:

Egypt

Finland

Finnish Navy:

France

Marine Nationale:

Germany

Kriegsmarine:

Modern German Navy:

Export Models:

Greece

Hellenic Navy

Greek Navy:

India

Indian Navy:

Indonesia

Indonesian Navy:

Iran

Iranian Navy:

Israel

Israeli Navy:

Italy

See list of submarines of Italy

Regia Marina:

Marina Militare:

Japan

Imperial Japanese Navy

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

Republic of Korea

Republic of Korea Navy:

North Korea

Korean People's Army:

Libya

Malaysia

Royal Malaysian Navy:

Myanmar

Myanmar Navy:


Netherlands

See the list of submarines of the Netherlands Royal Dutch Navy:

See also: Dutchsubmarines.com

Norway

Royal Norwegian Navy:

  • Kobben (1909–1933) One vessel built in Germany.
  • A class (1913–1940) Three vessels bought from Germany.
  • B class (1922–1946) Six vessels of the U.S. Holland type built under licence in Norway.
  • U class (1941–1943) One vessels given to Norway in 1941.
  • V class (1949-196X) Two vessels given to Norway in 1943, after the war Norway purchased three more.
  • K class (1949-1961) Three vessels left in Norway by the Germans.
  • Kobben / Type 207 (1964–2003) Fifteen vessels purchased from Germany.
  • Ula / Type 210 (1989-In use) Six vessels purchased from Germany.

Pakistan

Peru

Poland

Polish Navy:

Portugal

Portuguese Navy:

Romania

Russia (and Soviet Union)

Soviet Navy and Russian Navy:

Singapore

Republic of Singapore Navy:

South Africa

South African Navy:

Spain

Spanish Navy: [3]

Export models:

Syria

Sweden

Swedish Navy:

Taiwan

Republic of China Navy

Thailand

Royal Thai Navy

Turkey

Turkish Navy:

United Kingdom

Royal Navy:

United States

See the list of United States submarine classes

Ukraine

Ukrainian Navy:

Venezuela

Vietnam

Yugoslavia

Further reading

References

  1. ^ "Janes | Latest defence and security news". Archived from the original on 2016-12-20. Retrieved 2017-01-18.
  2. ^ a b "North Korea's Submarine Ballistic Missile Program Moves Ahead: Indications of Shipbuilding and Missile Ejection Testing". 38 North. 16 November 2017. Archived from the original on 2017-12-13. Retrieved 11 December 2017.

External links

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