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DPA6001  HMS A6.  Early Royal Navy submarine.  She was a member of Group Two of the first British A-class of submarines. DPACHE001  HMS/M  Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured in her Wartime design as built. DPACHE002  HMS/M  Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPACHE003  HMS/M Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured after modernisation and modification.
DPACHE004  HMS/M  Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPACHE005  HMS/M  Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPACHE006  HMS/M  Acheron.  P 411/S 11/S 61.   Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine launched in 1947.  Scrapped in 1972.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAENE001  HMS/M  Aeneas.  P 427 / S 27 / S 72 / SSG 72.   A Class Submarine. Pictured in her wartime design as built.
DPAENE002  HMS/M  Aeneas.  P 427 / S 27 / S 72 / SSG 72.   A Class Submarine. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAENE003  HMS/M  Aeneas.  P 427 / S 27 / S 72 / SSG 72.   A Class Submarine. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAENE004  HMS/M  Aeneas.  P 427 / S 27 / S 72 / SSG 72.   A Class Submarine. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAFFR001  HMS/M  Affray.  P 421.   Amphion-class submarine was the last Royal Navy submarine to be lost at sea, on 16 April 1951, with the loss of 75 lives.
DPAFFR002  HMS/M  Affray.  P 421.   Amphion-class submarine was the last Royal Navy submarine to be lost at sea, on 16 April 1951, with the loss of 75 lives. DPAFFR003  HMS/M  Affray.  P 421.   Amphion-class submarine was the last Royal Navy submarine to be lost at sea, on 16 April 1951, with the loss of 75 lives. DPALAR001  HMS/M  Alaric.   P 441/ S 41. Amphion-class submarine of the Royal Navy,  Launched 18 February 1946. Scrapped June 1971. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPALAR002  HMS/M  Alaric.   P 441/ S 41. Amphion-class submarine of the Royal Navy,  Launched 18 February 1946. Scrapped June 1971. Pictured after her modification and modernisation.
DPALCI001  HMS/M Alcide.  P 415 /S 415 / S 15 /S 65.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 12 April 1945. Scrapped 1974. DPALCI002  HMS/M  Alcide.  P 415 /S 415 / S 15 /S 65.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 12 April 1945. Scrapped 1974. DPALDE001  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPALDE002  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Seen in her wartime design as built.
DPALDE003  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPALDE004  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPALDE005  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPALDE006  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Pictured after modernisation and modification.
DPALDE007  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPALDE008  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPALDE009  HMS/M  Alderney.  P 416 / S 16 / S 66.   Amphion-class submarine.  Launched 25 June 1945 by Mrs Molly Wallis, wife of Sir Barnes Wallis. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAMBU001  HMS/M  Ambush.  P 418 / S 68.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 24 September 1945.  In 1951 she heard and decoded a distress message from HMS Affray  P 421  which was sunk with the ultimate loss of all 75 hands. Seen in her wartime design as built.
DPAMBU002  HMS/M  Ambush.  P 418 /  68.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 24 September 1945.  In 1951 she heard and decoded a distress message from HMS Affray  P 421  which was sunk with the ultimate loss of all 75 hands. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPAMBU003  HMS/M  Ambush.  P 418 /  68.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 24 September 1945.  In 1951 she heard and decoded a distress message from HMS Affray  P 421  which was sunk with the ultimate loss of all 75 hands.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAMBU004  HMS/M  Ambush.  P 418 /  68.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 24 September 1945.  In 1951 she heard and decoded a distress message from HMS Affray  P 421  which was sunk with the ultimate loss of all 75 hands.  Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAMPH001  HMS/M  Amphion P 439 / S 43.  Lead Submarine of her Class.  Launched 31 August 1944. First of the class to be launched in August 1944. She was originally down as HMS/M  Anchorite but their names were exchanged before launch.  Only Amphion and HMS/M  Astute were completed before the end of the war, and neither were involved in hostilities. Seen in her wartime design as built.
DPAMPH002  HMS/M  Amphion P 439 / S 43.  Lead Submarine of her Class.  Launched 31 August 1944. First of the class to be launched in August 1944. She was originally down as HMS/M  Anchorite but their names were exchanged before launch.  Only Amphion and HMS/M  Astute were completed before the end of the war, and neither were involved in hostilities. Seen in her wartime design as built. DPAMPH003  HMS/M  Amphion P 439 / S 43.  Lead Submarine of her Class.  Launched 31 August 1944. First of the class to be launched in August 1944. She was originally down as HMS/M  Anchorite but their names were exchanged before launch.  Only Amphion and HMS/M  Astute were completed before the end of the war, and neither were involved in hostilities. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPAMPH004  HMS/M  Amphion P 439 / S 43.  Lead Submarine of her Class.  Launched 31 August 1944. First of the class to be launched in August 1944. She was originally down as HMS/M  Anchorite but their names were exchanged before launch.  Only Amphion and HMS/M  Astute were completed before the end of the war, and neither were involved in hostilities. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPANCH001  HMS/M  Anchorite.  P 422 /S 22 / S 64.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 22 January 1946.  During build and before launch the names of Anchorite and HMS/M Amphion  P 439  were switched. Seen in her wartime design as built.  In 1960 HMS Anchorite hit an uncharted rock in the Hauraki Gulf off Auckland, New Zealand. The rock is now known as Anchorite Rock on the nautical charts of the area at depth, 16 m, 3626?S 1758?E? / ?36.433S 175.133E? / -36.433; 175.133.  anchorite was, in 1960, the 1st RN submarine to visit Tonga since World War 2
DPANCH002  HMS/M  Anchorite.  P 422 / S 22 / S 64.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 22 January 1946.  During build and before launch the names of Anchorite and HMS/M Amphion  P 439  were switched. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPANDR001  HMS/M  Andrew  P 423 / S 23 / S 63.   Amphion-Class Submarine. Launched on 6 April 1946. She was sold for scrap 1977 and was broken up.  Seen in her wartime disguise as built. DPANDR002  HMS/M  Andrew  P 423 / S 23 / S 63.   Amphion-Class Submarine. Launched on 6 April 1946. She was sold for scrap 1977 and was broken up. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPANDR003  HMS/M  Andrew  P 423 / S 23 / S 63.   Amphion-Class Submarine. Launched on 6 April 1946. She was sold for scrap 1977 and was broken up. Pictured after modernisation and modification.
DPANDR004  HMS/M  Andrew  P 423 / S 23 / S 63.   Amphion-Class Submarine. Launched on 6 April 1946. She was sold for scrap 1977 and was broken up. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPANDR005  HMS/M  Andrew  P 423 / S 23 / S 63.   Amphion-Class Submarine. Launched on 6 April 1946. She was sold for scrap 1977 and was broken up. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPARTE001  HMS/M  Artemis P 449 / S 49 / S 39.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 28 August 1946. In July 1971 Artemis sank in 9 metres of water while moored at the HMS Dolphin during refueling. She was raised on 6 July and decommissioned, sold to be broken up for scrap on 12 December 1971. Seen here in her wartime design as built. DPARTE002  HMS/M  Artemis P 449 / S 49 / S 39.   Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 28 August 1946. In July 1971 Artemis sank in 9 metres of water while moored at the HMS Dolphin during refueling. She was raised on 6 July and decommissioned, sold to be broken up for scrap on 12 December 1971.Pictured after modernisation and modification.
DPARTF001  HMS/M  Artful  P 456 / S 56 / S 96.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 22 May 1944. Scrapped June 1972. Seen here as built. DPARTF002  HMS/M  Artful  P 456 / S 56 / S 96.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 22 May 1944. Scrapped June 1972. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPARTF003  HMS/M  Artful  P 456 / S 56 / S 96.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 22 May 1944. Scrapped June 1972. Pictured after modernisation and modification. DPASTU001  HMS/M  Astute   P 447 / S 47 / S 45.   Amphion-Class Submarine.   Launched in 1944 and commissioned in 1945. Astute was scrapped on 1 October 1970.  Seen here as built.
DPASTU002  HMS/M  Astute   P 447 / S 47 / S 45.   Amphion-Class Submarine.   Launched in 1944 and commissioned in 1945. Astute was scrapped on 1 October 1970.  Seen here as built. DPASTU003  HMS/M  Astute   P 447 / S 47 / S 45.   Amphion-Class Submarine.   Launched in 1944 and commissioned in 1945. Astute was scrapped on 1 October 1970.  Seen here as built. DPAURI001  HMS/M  Auriga   P 419 / S 19 / S 69.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 29 March 1945. Scrapped 1975. Seen here as built. DPAURO001  HMS/M  Aurochs.  P 426 / S 26 / S 62.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 28 July 1945. Scrapped Feb 1967.  Seen as built.
DPAURO002  HMS/M  Aurochs.  P 426 / S 26 / S 62.  Amphion-Class Submarine.  Launched 28 July 1945. Scrapped Feb 1967.  Seen as built. DPB-C001 DPB-FOR001 DPB1001  HMS/M  B1.  The lead boat of the Royal Navy's B class of submarines.  Launched on 25 October 1904. She was too primitive to be of much use in World War I and was quickly relegated to training duties. She was sold for scrap in May 1921.
DPB4001  HMS/M  B4.   B Class Submarine.  Launched on 14 November 1905 and completed on 28 January 1906. B4 was sold for breaking up on 1 April 1919. DPB4002  HMS/M  B4.   B Class Submarine.  Launched on 14 November 1905 and completed on 28 January 1906. B4 was sold for breaking up on 1 April 1919. DPC3FLO001  HMS/M  C3.   C Class Submarine.  Commissioned on 23 February 1906. C3 was used packed full of explsoives for destroying a viaduct connecting the mole to the shore during the Zeebrugge Raid on 23 April 1918. DPC12001  HMS/M  C12.  C Class Submarine.  Commissioned on the 19 January 1908.  She was sunk in a collision with a destroyer in the Humber Estuary on 6 October 1918. She was salved and recommissioned. She was sold for scrap February 1920.
DPC38001  HMS/M  C38.  C Class Submarine. DPCHUR001  HMS/M Churchill.  S 46.  Lead Submarine of her Class.  Launched Dec 1968. Decommissioned Feb 1991. DPCONQ001  HMS/M  Conqueror.  S 48.  Churchill-Class Nuclear-Powered Fleet Submarine.  As of 2009, she is the only nuclear-powered submarine to have engaged an enemy ship with torpedoes, sinking the cruiser ARA General Belgrano with two mark 8 torpedoes. She is one of only two submarines which have sunk a warship since World War II.  Conqueror was the third of the class, the other two being Churchill and Courageous. The main aim of these submarines was to face the Soviet threat at sea by attacking other ships and submarines, and spying on Soviet nuclear-armed submarine movements. DPCONQ002  HMS/M  Conqueror.  S 48.  Churchill-Class Nuclear-Powered Fleet Submarine.  As of 2009, she is the only nuclear-powered submarine to have engaged an enemy ship with torpedoes, sinking the cruiser ARA General Belgrano with two mark 8 torpedoes. She is one of only two submarines which have sunk a warship since World War II.
DPCONQ003  HMS/M  Conqueror.  S 48.  Churchill-Class Nuclear-Powered Fleet Submarine.  As of 2009, she is the only nuclear-powered submarine to have engaged an enemy ship with torpedoes, sinking the cruiser ARA General Belgrano with two mark 8 torpedoes. She is one of only two submarines which have sunk a warship since World War II. DPCOUR001  HMS/M Courageous.  S 50.  Churchill-Class Nuclear Fleet Submarine in service with the Royal Navy from 1971. In 1982, the Courageous was sent with her sister ship, the HMS Conqueror, with the British task force to retake the Falkland Islands from the occupying Argentine forces. She returned home later in the year without damage. Retired from service in 1992. She is now a museum ship at Devonport Dockyard. DPCOUR002  HMS/M Courageous.  S 50.  Churchill-Class Nuclear Fleet Submarine in service with the Royal Navy from 1971. In 1982, the Courageous was sent with her sister ship, the HMS Conqueror, with the British task force to retake the Falkland Islands from the occupying Argentine forces. She returned home later in the year without damage. Retired from service in 1992. She is now a museum ship at Devonport Dockyard. DPCOUR003  HMS/M Courageous.  S 50.  Churchill-Class Nuclear Fleet Submarine in service with the Royal Navy from 1971. In 1982, the Courageous was sent with her sister ship, the HMS Conqueror, with the British task force to retake the Falkland Islands from the occupying Argentine forces. She returned home later in the year without damage. Retired from service in 1992. She is now a museum ship at Devonport Dockyard.
DPCOUR004  HMS/M Courageous.  S 50.  Churchill-Class Nuclear Fleet Submarine in service with the Royal Navy from 1971. In 1982, the Courageous was sent with her sister ship, the HMS Conqueror, with the British task force to retake the Falkland Islands from the occupying Argentine forces. She returned home later in the year without damage. Retired from service in 1992. She is now a museum ship at Devonport Dockyard. DPCOUR005  HMS/M Courageous.  S 50.  Churchill-Class Nuclear Fleet Submarine in service with the Royal Navy from 1971. In 1982, the Courageous was sent with her sister ship, the HMS Conqueror, with the British task force to retake the Falkland Islands from the occupying Argentine forces. She returned home later in the year without damage. Retired from service in 1992. She is now a museum ship at Devonport Dockyard. DPD1001  HMS/M  D1.  D Class Submarine.  Launched on 16 May 1908.  In 1910, D1 took part in the Annual Manoevures. She torpedoed 2 blue fleet cruisers off Colonsay. This showed that the D class could operate a considerable away from their base at Fort Blockhouse.  D1 was sunk as a target on 23 October 1918. DPDFLOT001  HM Submarines D Class Flotilla 1912 at Torquay.
DPDOLP001  HMS Dolphin. Submarine Depot, Gosport. DPDREA001  HMS/M  Dreadnought   S 101.  Britain's first nuclear-powered submarine, built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness. Dreadnought is now at Rosyth Naval Dockyard , laid up indefinitely while her radioactive contamination decays. DPDREA002  HMS/M  Dreadnought   S 101.  Britain's first nuclear-powered submarine, built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness. Dreadnought is now at Rosyth Naval Dockyard , laid up indefinitely while her radioactive contamination decays. DPDREA003  HMS/M  Dreadnought   S 101.  Britain's first nuclear-powered submarine, built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness. Dreadnought is now at Rosyth Naval Dockyard , laid up indefinitely while her radioactive contamination decays.
DPDREA004  HMS/M  Dreadnought   S 101.  Britain's first nuclear-powered submarine, built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness. Dreadnought is now at Rosyth Naval Dockyard , laid up indefinitely while her radioactive contamination decays. DPDREA005  HMS/M  Dreadnought   S 101.  Britain's first nuclear-powered submarine, built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness. Dreadnought is now at Rosyth Naval Dockyard , laid up indefinitely while her radioactive contamination decays. DPE1001  HMS/M   E1.   (Laid down as HMS D9).   British E class submarine built by Chatham Dockyard.  Launched on 9 November 1912 and was commissioned on 6 May 1913. During World War I she was part of the British submarine flotilla in the Baltic. E1 met her fate on 3 April 1918 outside Helsinki in the Gulf of Finland. She was scuttled by her crew, along with E8, E9, E19, C26, C27, and C35 to avoid seizure by advancing German forces which had landed nearby. DPE4001  HMS/M  E4.   British E Class Submarine.  Launched on 5 February 1912 and commissioned on 28 January 1913.  Sold for scrap Feb 1922.
DPE6001  HMS/M  E6.  British E Class Submarine.  Commissioned on 17 October 1913.  Sold for scrap February 1922 DPE20001  HMS E20 was a British E class submarine built by Vickers, Barrow-in-Furness. She was laid down on 25 November 1914 and was commissioned on 30 August 1915.  [edit] Service history HMS/M  E20.  E Class Submarine.  Torpedoed by the German U-boat UB-14 in the Sea of Marmara on 6 November 1915, with the loss of 21 men. UB-14 rescued nine men. DPECLASS001  HMS/M  ?  E Class Submarine. DPEXCA001  HMS/M   Excalibur.   Sister ship of HMS Explorer, the two submarines being the only High test peroxide (HTP) powered submarines to be constructed by the Royal Navy.
DPEXCA002  HMS/M   Excalibur.   Sister ship of HMS Explorer, the two submarines being the only High test peroxide (HTP) powered submarines to be constructed by the Royal Navy. DPEXPL001  HMS/M  Explorer.  Experimental British submarine based on the captured German high test peroxide (HTP) powered U-boat U-1407. DPF2001  HMS/M F2.  F Class Submarine. Launched 1917. Scrapped 1922. DPFARKC001  FAR-KC-1024.
PSALLI001  HMS Alliance.  P 147.   (Pennant number changed in May 1961 to S67).  A-class, Amphion or Acheron class submarine, laid down towards the end of the Second World War and completed in 1947. The submarine is the only surviving example of the class, having been a memorial and museum ship at HMS Dolphin since 1981. DMCACHALOT001001  HMS/m Cachalot.  N83.   Porpoise Class Submarine.   Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1936.  Laid down 12 May 1936.  Launched 2 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1938.   Rammed and sunk on 30 Jul 1941  about 45 nautical miles north of Benghazi, Libya by the Italian torpedo boat Generale Achille Papa. DMCACHALOT002001  HMS/m Cachalot.  N83.   Porpoise Class Submarine.   Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 5 Mar 1936.  Laid down 12 May 1936.  Launched 2 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1938.   Rammed and sunk on 30 Jul 1941  about 45 nautical miles north of Benghazi, Libya by the Italian torpedo boat Generale Achille Papa. DMCLYDE001001  HMS/m Clyde.  N12.  River Class Ocean going Submarine.   Built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow.  Launched:	15 March 1934.  Sold for scrap 30 July 1946.
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