List_of_submarine_museums

List of submarine museums

Australia

  • HMAS Onslow — Australian National Maritime Museum, Fremantle, Australia - Oberon-class sub. Launched 1968.
  • HMAS Ovens — Western Australian Maritime Museum, Sydney, Australia - Oberon-class sub. Launched 1967.

Canada

  • RV Ben Franklin — Vancouver Maritime Museum, Vancouver, BC, Canada - Deep ocean explorer

France

  • Alose — Comex, Marseille, France — Naiade-class submarine of 1904 .
  • Argonaute — Cité des Sciences, Paris, France — World War I submarine
  • Espadon S637 — Saint-Nazaire, France — French Narval class submarine , launched 1958.

Germany

  • U-1 — Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany — first German military submarine, commissioned 1906.
  • U-995 — Laboe, Germany — only surviving Type VII U-boat

India

Isreal

  • INS Gal — Clandestine Immigration and Navy Museum, Haifa, Israel - Gal-class sub. Launched 1975.

Netherlands

  • HNLMS Tonijn(S-805) — Dutch Naval Museum, Wilton-Feyenoord, Scheidam, The Netherlands - Potvis-class sub. Launched 1965.

Peru

  • BAP Abtao — Peruvian Naval Museum, Callao, Peru — 1954 Lobo-class sub. Launched 1954.

Russia

  • Soviet Foxtrot B-413 — Museum of the World Ocean, Kaliningrad, Russia - Foxtrot-class sub. Launched 1969.

Sweeden

  • HMS Hajen — The Naval Museum, Kariskrona, Sweeden - Holland type sub. Launched 1904.

Switzerland

  • Mesoscaphe — Saint-Gingolphe, Switzerland — Exploration submarine

Turkey

  • TCG Uluçalireis - Istanbul, Rahmi M. Koc Museum - BALAO/TENCH-class US Navy Submarine USS THORNBACK (SS-418) Launched 1944

United Kingdom

  • Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport, Hampshire
    • HMS AllianceAmphion-class submarine. Launched 1947
    • Holland 1 — first Royal Navy submarine. Launched 1901
    • HMS X24 — X class submarine of WWII. Launched 1943
    • LR3 (submersible) — Ocean survey and repair submersible 1982
  • HMS Ocelot — National Maritime Museum, Chatham, Kent — Oberon-class submarine. Launched 1962

United States

  • Patterson Museum, Patterson, New Jersey
    • Holland sub #1 — J. P. Holland's first experimental sub. Launched 1878.
    • Fenian Ram — J. P. Holland's second experimental sub. Launched 1881.
  • U.S. Navy Submarine Force Museum, Groton, Connecticut
    • Siluro San Bartolomeo — Italian Submersible. WWII Early 1940s.
    • HA-8 — Japanese 'Type "A" Ko-Hyoteki ''-class sub. WWII Early 1940s.
    • USS NautilusNautilus-class sub - first US nuclear sub. Launched 1954.
    • USS X-1 — Research Midget Submarine. Launched 1955.
  • B 39Maritime Museum of San Diego, San Diego, California — Soviet Foxtrot (641)-class sub. Launched 1967.
  • B-427 — Long Beach, California — Soviet Foxtrot (641)-class sub (renamed Scorpion). Launched 1971.
  • HA-19 — National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, Texas - Japanese Type 'A' Midget Submarine. WWII Early 1940s.
  • Juliett 484 (K-77/B-77) — Collier Point Park, Providence, Rhode Island — Soviet guided missle sub. Launched 1965.
  • RV Deep Quest — Naval Undersea Museum, Keyport, Washington — Research Submersible. Launched 1967.
  • U-505Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois — German type IXC U-boat - captured in WWII. Launched 1941.
  • USS TorskBaltimore Maritime Museum, Baltimore, Maryland — Tench-class sub. Launched 1944.
  • USS Albacore — Albacore Park and Museum, Portsmouth, New Hampshire — Research Sub - First US teardrop hull. Launched 1953.
  • USS Batfish — War Memorial Park, Muskogee, Oklahoma — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS BecunaIndependence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1944.
  • USS Blueback OMSI Museum, Portland, Oregon — last US Navy non-nuclear sub. Launched 1959.
  • USS Bowfin — USS Bowfin Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1942.
  • USS Cavalla — Seawolf Park, Galveston, Texas — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS Clamagore — Patriots Point Maritime Museum, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1945.
  • USS CobiaWisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc, Wisconsin — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS Cod — National Historic Landmark, Cleveland Ohio — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS Croaker — Buffalo Navel & Military Park, Buffalo, New York — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1942.
  • USS Drum — National Historic Landmark, Mobile, Alabama — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1941.
  • USS GrowlerIntrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, New York — Grayback/Regulus II-class sub. Launched 1958.
  • USS LingNew Jersey Naval Museum, Hackensack, New Jersey — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS LionfishBattleship Cove Museum, Fall River, Massachusetts — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS Pampanito — S. F. Maritime National Park, San Francisco, California — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1943.
  • USS Razorback — Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas — WWII Balao-class sub. Launched 1944.
  • USS RequinCarnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — WWII Trench-class sub. Launched 1945.
  • USS Silversides — Naval & Maritime Museum, Muskegon, Michigan — WWII Gato-class sub. Launched 1941.
  • USS TorskBaltimore Maritime Museum, Baltimore, Maryland — Tench-class sub. Launched 1944.

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