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DMSAFARI001001  HMS Safari.  i P211.  Former name P61.   Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Jan 1940.  Laid down 5 Jun 1940.  Launched 18 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 14 Mar 1942.  Sold to J. Cashmore to be broken up for scrap on 7 Jan 1946. Sunk south east of Portland while en-route to the shipbreakers on 8 Jan 1946. DMSAGA001001  HMS/M  Saga. P 257.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1945. Built as World War II was drawing to a close, she did not see much action. On 10 February 1946 she collided with and sank the trawler Girl Lena in the English Channel. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy in 1948 and renamed Nautillo. DMSAHIB001001  HMS Sahib.  P212.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by  Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Jan 1940.  Laid down	5 Jul 1940.  Launched 19 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 13 May 1942.  Scuttled on 24 Apr 1943 after sustaining considerable damage by bombing, depth charging and strafing. DMSALMON001001  HMS/M  Salmon.  N65.  S-Class Submarine.  Launched April 1934 and fought in World War II. She was lost, probably sunk by a mine, on July 9, 1940.
DMSALMON002001  HMS/M  Salmon.  N65.  S-Class Submarine.  Launched April 1934 and fought in World War II. She was lost, probably sunk by a mine, on July 9, 1940. DMSALMON003001  HMS/M  Salmon.  N65.  S-Class Submarine.  Launched April 1934 and fought in World War II. She was lost, probably sunk by a mine, on July 9, 1940. DMSALMON004001  HMS/M  Salmon.  N65.  S-Class Submarine.  Launched April 1934 and fought in World War II. She was lost, probably sunk by a mine, on July 9, 1940. DMSANGUINE001001  HMS/M  Sanguine. P266.  S Class Submarine. Launched February 1945.  She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Rahav in March 1959. She was retired in 1968 and cannibalised for spare parts for Tanin, formerly HMS Springer, Sanguine's sister ship.
DMSARACEN001001  HMS/M  Saracen.  P 247.  S Class Submarine.  Launched on February 1942.  Her original pennant was P 213. In August 1943, she was spotted by the Italian corvettes Minerva and Euterpe who attacked with depth charges. She was forced to surface and the crew scuttled the submarine to avoid her capture. DMSATYR001001  HMS/M Satyr.  P 214.  S Class Submarine. Launched on September 1942. She was lent to the French navy between February 1952 and August 1961, and renamed Saphir. After 20 years of service, she was broken up in April 1962 at Charlestown. DMSCEPTRE001001  HMS/M Sceptre.  P 215.  S Class Submarine.  Launched January 1943, in Greenock, although her keel had been laid down in July 1940. She was damaged by a battery explosion on 8 August 1949. She was finally sold for scrap in September 1949. DMSCORCHER001001  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962.
DMSCORCHER002001  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962. DMSCOTSMAN001001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DMSCOTSMAN002001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DMSCOTSMAN003001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up.
DMSCOTSMAN004001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DMSCOTSMAN005001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DMSCOTSMAN006001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DMSCYTHIAN001001  HMS/M  Scythian.  P 237.   S Class Submarine.  Launched April 1944. She was paid off and arrived at Charlestown on August 8, 1960 for breaking up.
DMSEADEVIL001001  HMS Sea Devil.  P244.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 5 May 1943.  Launched 30 Jan 1945.   Commissioned 12 May 1945.  Scrapped at Newhaven on 15 December 1965. DMSEADEVIL002001  HMS Sea Devil.  P244.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 5 May 1943.  Launched 30 Jan 1945.   Commissioned 12 May 1945.  Scrapped at Newhaven on 15 December 1965. DMSEADOG001001  HMS Seadog.  P216.  Former name P66.  Submarine of the S class.   Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Apr 1940.  Laid down 31 Dec 1940.  Launched 11 Jun 1942.   Commissioned 24 Sep 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 24 December 1947. Scrapped at Troon, Scotland in August 1948. DMSEAHORSE001001  HMS/M  Seahorse.  98 S.  Group One S class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940.
DMSEAHORSE002001  HMS/M  Seahorse.  98 S.  Group One S class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940. DMSEAHORSE003001  HMS/M  Seahorse.  98 S.  Group One S class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940. DMSEAHORSE004001  HMS/M  Seahorse.  98 S.  Group One S class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940. DMSEAL001001  HMS Seal.   37M.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered	1 Jul 1936.  Laid down 9 Dec 1936.  Launched 27 Sep 1938.  Commissioned 24 May 1939.   Lost 5 May 1940.  Captured by the Germans on 5 May 1940.
DMSEAL002001  HMS Seal.   37M.  Submarine of the Porpoise class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered	1 Jul 1936.  Laid down 9 Dec 1936.  Launched 27 Sep 1938.  Commissioned 24 May 1939.   Lost 5 May 1940.  Captured by the Germans on 5 May 1940. DMSEALION001001  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945. DMSEALION002001  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945. DMSEALION003001  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945.
DMSEALIONSHARK001001  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945. DMSEANYMPH001001  HMS Sea Nymph.  P223.  Former name P73. Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 6 May 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942. Commissioned 3 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Troon, Scotland in June 1948. DMSEAROVER001001  HMS/M  Sea Rover.  P 218.  S Class Submarine.  Launched February 1943.  She spent most of her career in the Far East, where she sank a number of Japanese ships, including the ship Matsu Maru No.1, the transport Shobu Maru, the auxiliary gunboat Koshu Maru, three sailing vessels, a coaster and four unidentified Japanese vessels. She survived the Second World War, and was sold in October 1949 and  was broken up at Faslane from June 1950. DMSEAROVER002001  HMS/M  Sea Rover.  P 218.  S Class Submarine.  Launched February 1943.  She spent most of her career in the Far East, where she sank a number of Japanese ships, including the ship Matsu Maru No.1, the transport Shobu Maru, the auxiliary gunboat Koshu Maru, three sailing vessels, a coaster and four unidentified Japanese vessels. She survived the Second World War, and was sold in October 1949 and  was broken up at Faslane from June 1950.
DMSEASCOUT001001  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DMSEASCOUT002001  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DMSEAWOLF001001  HMS Seawolf.  N47.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1934.  Laid down 25 May 1934.  Launched 28 Nov 1935.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1936.  Decommissioned at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on 23 June 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1945. Scrapped at Montreal, Canada. DMSEAWOLF002001  HMS Seawolf.  N47.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1934.  Laid down 25 May 1934.  Launched 28 Nov 1935.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1936.  Decommissioned at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on 23 June 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1945. Scrapped at Montreal, Canada.
DMSELENE001001  HMS Selene.  P254.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down	16 Apr 1943.  Launched 24 Apr 1944.  Commissioned	14 Jul 1944.   Scrapped 6 June 1961. DMSELENE002001  HMS Selene.  P254.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down	16 Apr 1943.  Launched 24 Apr 1944.  Commissioned	14 Jul 1944.   Scrapped 6 June 1961. DMSELENE003001  HMS Selene.  P254.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down	16 Apr 1943.  Launched 24 Apr 1944.  Commissioned	14 Jul 1944.   Scrapped 6 June 1961. DMSENESCHAL001001  HMS Seneschal.  P255.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down 1 Sep 1943.  Launched 23 Apr 1945. Commissioned 6 Sep 1945.  Suffered an explosion on 4 June 1947. Collided with the Danish frigate Thetis south of the Isle of Wight on 14 June 1952. Broken up at Dunston on Tyne on 23 August 1960.
DMSENTINEL001001  HMS/M  Sentinel.  P 256 / S 56.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1945.  Commissioned after the end of the Second World War, she had a relatively peaceful career, and was sold February 1962 for breaking at Gillingham. DMSERAPH001001  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965. DMSERAPH002001  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965. DMSEVERN001001  HMS/M  Severn. N 57.  Thames-Class Submarine. Launched in 1934 and scrapped in 1946.
DMSEVERN002001  HMS/M  Severn. N 57.  Thames-Class Submarine. Launched in 1934 and scrapped in 1946. DMSHAKESPEARE001001  HMS Shakespeare.  P221.  Former name P71.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Apr 1940.  Laid down	13 Nov 1940.  Launched 8 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1942.  Damaged by gunfire and aircraft bombs in the Nankauri Strait, Andaman Islands 3 January 1945 and written off as a constructive total loss. Sold to be broken up for scrap 14 July 1946. DMSHALIMAR001001  HMS Shalimar.  P242.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Aug 1941.  Laid down 17 Apr 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 22 Apr 1944. Scrapped at Troon, Scotland in July 1950. DMSHARK002001  HMS/M  Shark. 54 S.  S-class submarine launched in 1934. She was disabled by an air attack in 1940 and sank the next day.
DMSHARK003001  HMS/M  Shark. 54 S.  S-class submarine launched in 1934. She was disabled by an air attack in 1940 and sank the next day. DMSHARK004001  HMS/M  Shark. 54 S.  S-class submarine launched in 1934. She was disabled by an air attack in 1940 and sank the next day. DMSHARK005001  HMS/M  Shark. 54 S.  S-class submarine launched in 1934. She was disabled by an air attack in 1940 and sank the next day. DMSHRIMP001001  HMS/M  Shrimp.  X52.  Stickleback Class Midget Submarine.  Launched October 1954.  No further data.
DMSICKLE001001  HMS Sickle.  P224.  Former name P74.Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 May 1941.  Launched 27 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1942. Sunk, probably by mines in the Antikithera Channel, Greece on or around 18 June 1944. DMSIDON001001  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957.  Shown here being raised 23 June 1955 after having sunk alongside HMS Maidstone at Portland 16 June 1955. DMSIDON002001  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957.  Shown here moored after salvage and recovery. Did not rejoin the fleet but was sunk and used as a sea bed target 14 June 1957. DMSIDON003001  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957.
DMSIMOOM001001  HMS/M Simoom.  P225.  S Class Submarine.  Launched on October 12, 1942. Struck a mine and sunk Nov 1943. DMSIRDAR001001  HMS/M  Sirdar. P226.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943. Sirdar was eventually sold May 1965 for breaking up. DMSLEUTH001001  HMS/M  Sleuth. P 261.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944.  On 13 June 1952  while leaving Portland harbour, she put her stern through the side of HMS Zephyr as she reversed out of her berth. Sleuth was eventually sold. She arrived at Charlestown on September 15, 1958 for breaking up. DMSNAPPER001001  HMS/M  Snapper. P 395.  S-Class Submarine which was launched October 25, 1934 and fought in World War II.
DMSNAPPER002001  HMS/M  Snapper. P 395.  S-Class Submarine which was launched October 25, 1934 and fought in World War II. DMSNAPPER003001  HMS/M  Snapper. P 395.  S-Class Submarine which was launched October 25, 1934 and fought in World War II. DMSOLENT001001  HMS/M  Solent.  P 262.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1944. She spent most of her career in the Pacific Far East.  She survived the Second World War, and was sold off, arriving at Troon August 1961 for breaking up. DMSOLENT002001  HMS/M  Solent.  P 262.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1944. She spent most of her career in the Pacific Far East.  She survived the Second World War, and was sold off, arriving at Troon August 1961 for breaking up.
DMSPARK001001  HMS/M Spark.  P236.  S Class Submarine. Launched December 1943. She was sold October 1949 and was broken up at Faslane in October 1950. DMSPEARFISH001001  HMS/M  Spearfish.  S 69. S Class Submarine which was launched April 21, 1936 and fought in World War II. Spearfish sailed from Rosyth July 1940,  to patrol off the Norwegian coast.  She was spotted on the surface by U 34 who attacked and sank her. There was only one survivor. DMSPEARFISH002001  HMS/M  Spearfish.  S 69. S Class Submarine which was launched April 21, 1936 and fought in World War II. Spearfish sailed from Rosyth July 1940,  to patrol off the Norwegian coast.  She was spotted on the surface by U 34 who attacked and sank her. There was only one survivor. DMSPEARHEAD001001  HMS/M  Spearhead.  P 263.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944. She survived the Second World War and was sold to the Portuguese in August 1948 and renamed Neptuno.
DMSPEARHEAD002001  HMS/M  Spearhead.  P 263.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944. She survived the Second World War and was sold to the Portuguese in August 1948 and renamed Neptuno. DMSPEARHEAD003001  HMS/M  Spearhead.  P 263.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944. She survived the Second World War and was sold to the Portuguese in August 1948 and renamed Neptuno. DMSPIRIT001001  HMS/M  Spirit.  P 245.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1943. She survived the Second World War, spending most of it with the Eastern Fleet. She was eventually paid off, arriving at Ward, of Grays on July 4, 1950 for breaking up. DMSPITEFUL001001  HMS Spiteful.  P227.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 19 Sep 1941.  Launched 5 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 6 Oct 1943.  Loaned to the French Navy and served as Sirene from 25 Janaury 1952 until returned in November 1958. Scrapped on 15 July 1963.
DMSPLENDID001001  HMS/M  Splendid.  P228.  S Class Submarine. She was built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on January 13 1942. Damaged by depth charges from the German destroyer Hermes on April 17 1943.  Crew scuttled her before abandoning her to prevent her capture. DMSPORTSMAN001001  HMS/M  Sportsman.  P 229.  S Class Submarine. She was built at Chatham Dockyard and launched April 1942. She was lent to the French navy in 1951, and renamed Sibylle. She was lost off Toulon on September 24, 1951. The entire crew of 47 officers and men went down with the ship. DMSPRINGER001001  HMS/M  Springer.  P 264.  S Class Submarine.  Launched May 1945. She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Tanin. She was listed for disposal in 1972. DMSPUR001001  HMS/M  Spur.  S Class Submarine. Launched November 1944. During her wartime career, Spur claimed to have sunk a total of eleven junks in the Strait of Malacca, during her service in the Far East. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy Nov 1948, where she was renamed Narval. She was broken up Oct 1969.
DMSTARFISH001001  HMS/M  Starfish.  S 19.  S Class Submarine that was depth charged and sunk by a German minesweeper M7 at Heligoland Bight on 9 January 1940 during the Second World War. Her crew were captured. DMSTARFISH002001  HMS/M  Starfish.  S 19.  S Class Submarine that was depth charged and sunk by a German minesweeper M7 at Heligoland Bight on 9 January 1940 during the Second World War. Her crew were captured. DMSTARFISH003001  HMS/M  Starfish.  S 19.  S Class Submarine that was depth charged and sunk by a German minesweeper M7 at Heligoland Bight on 9 January 1940 during the Second World War. Her crew were captured. DMSTATESMAN001001  HMS Statesman.  P246.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 2 Nov 1942.   Launched 14 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 13 Dec 1943.  Lent to France in 1952 and renamed Sultane. Returned on 5 November 1959. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 3 Janaury 1961.
DMSTERLET001001  HMS/M  Sterlet.  S 2.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 22, 1937 and fought in World War II.  She was possibly sunk by the German anti submarine trawlers UJ-125, UJ-126 and UJ-128 on 18 April. Alternatively, she may have struck a mine whilst returning to port. DMSTERLET002001  HMS/M  Sterlet.  S 2.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 22, 1937 and fought in World War II.  She was possibly sunk by the German anti submarine trawlers UJ-125, UJ-126 and UJ-128 on 18 April. Alternatively, she may have struck a mine whilst returning to port. DMSTERLET003001  HMS/M  Sterlet.  S 2.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 22, 1937 and fought in World War II.  She was possibly sunk by the German anti submarine trawlers UJ-125, UJ-126 and UJ-128 on 18 April. Alternatively, she may have struck a mine whilst returning to port. DMSTICKLEBACK-X51001001  HMS/M  X51.  Stickleback.  X50 Class Midget Submarine.  The X-50 series, were built in 1951/2.
DMSTOIC001001  HMS/M  Stoic.  P 231.  S Class Submarine. Launched April 1943.  She was sold in July 1950 to be broken up at Dalmuir. DMSTONEHENGE001001  HMS Stonehenge.  P232.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Aug 1941.  Laid down 4 Apr 1942.  Launched 23 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1943.  Lost 22 Mar 1944.  Sailed from Trincomalee, Ceylon on 25 Feb 1944 for a patrol between northern Sumatra and the Nicobar Islands. Reported overdue on 20 Mar 1944 when she failed to return to Trincomalee. The cause of loss is unknown. She was lost with all hands. DMSTORM001001  HMS/M  Storm.  P233.  S-Class Submarine. Launched May 1943. Sold in 1949 and scrapped in Troon, Scotland. DMSTRATAGEM001001  HMS/M  Stratagem.  P234.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1943. Sunk by depth charging November 22, 1944.
DMSTRONGBOW001001  HMS Strongbow.  P235.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 17 Apr 1942.  Launched 30 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1943.  Detected on the surface off Port Swettenham, Malaya on 13 Jan 1945. Japanese escorts arrived to attack. Managed to escape but sustained depth charge damage and was rendered unfit for front-line service. Decommissioned at Falmouth in June 1945. Scrapped at Preston in April 1946. DMSTUBBORN001001  HMS/M  Stubborn.  P238.  S Class Submarine. Launched November 1942. Sunk as ASDIC target, April 30, 1946. DMSTURDY003001  HMS/M  Sturdy.  P248.  S Class Submarine.  Launched September 1943. Sturdy was sold in July 1957. She arrived at the yards of Clayton and Davie on May 9, 1958 for breaking up. DMSTURGEON001001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946.
DMSTURGEON002001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DMSTURGEON003001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DMSTURGEON004001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DMSTURGEON005001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946.
DMSTURGEON006001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DMSTURGEON007001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DMSTYGIAN001001  HMS Stygian.  P249.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 18 Apr 1942.  Laid down 6 Jan 1943.  Launched 30 Nov 1943.  Commissioned	29 Feb 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 28 October 1949. DMSUBTLE001001  HMS Subtle.  P251.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down 1 Feb 1943.  Launched 27 Jan 1944.  Commissioned 16 Apr 1944.   Scrapped in July 1959.
DMSUNFISH001001  HMS/M  Sunfish.  S 81.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 1936 and fought in World War II. Sunfish was transferred to Soviet Navy in 1944 and renamed V-1. She did not spend long under Soviet command as she was bombed in error by an RAF Coastal Command Liberator off Norway during passage to Murmansk. DMSUNFISH002001  HMS/M  Sunfish.  S 81.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 1936 and fought in World War II. Sunfish was transferred to Soviet Navy in 1944 and renamed V-1. She did not spend long under Soviet command as she was bombed in error by an RAF Coastal Command Liberator off Norway during passage to Murmansk. DMSUPREME001001  HMS Supreme.  P252.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Orderedm 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 24 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 20 May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in July 1950. Scrapped at Troon, Scotland. DMSURF001001  HMS/M  Surf.  P239.  S Class Submarine. Launched December 1942.  Surf survived the war and was sold Oct 1949 for breaking up.
DMSWORDFISH001001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH002001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH003001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH004001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing.
DMSWORDFISH005001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH006001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH007001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DMSWORDFISH008001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing.
DMSYBIL001001  HMS Siby.   P217.  Former name P67.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Apr 1940.  Laid down 31 Dec 1940.  Launched 29 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 16 Aug 1942.  Scrapped in March 1948. DMSYRTIS001001  HMS Syrtis.  P241.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1941.  Laid down 14 Oct 1941.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 23 Apr 1943.  She was lost in a German minefield on 28 March 1944. DMTABARD001001  HMS/M  Tabard.  P342.  T Class Submarine. Launched on Nov 1945. She was the last T class boat in service with Royal Navy, albeit non-operationally. She was finally sold for scrap January 1974. DMTABARD002001  HMS/M  Tabard.  P342.  T Class Submarine. Launched on Nov 1945. She was the last T class boat in service with Royal Navy, albeit non-operationally. She was finally sold for scrap January 1974.
DMTABARD003001  HMS Tabard.  S42.  T Class Submarine.  Built by Scotts of Greenock.   Laid down 6 Sept 1944.  Launched 21 Nov 1945.  Completed 25 Jun 1946.  Completely reconstructed 1951-56. DMTABARD004001  HMS Tabard.  S42.  T Class Submarine.  Built by Scotts of Greenock.   Laid down 6 Sept 1944.  Launched 21 Nov 1945.  Completed 25 Jun 1946.  Completely reconstructed 1951-56. DMTABARD005001  HMS Tabard.  S42.  T Class Submarine.  Built by Scotts of Greenock.   Laid down 6 Sept 1944.  Launched 21 Nov 1945.  Completed 25 Jun 1946.  Completely reconstructed 1951-56. DMTACITURN001001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.
DMTACITURN002001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971. DMTACITURN003001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion) DMTACITURN004001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion). DMTACITURN005001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion).
DMTACITURN006001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion). DMTACITURN007001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion). DMTACITURN008001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.  (Shown here after conversion). DMTACTICIAN001001  HMS Tactician.  P314.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 13 Nov 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 29 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Newport on 6 December 1963.
DMTACTICIAN002001  HMS Tactician.  P314.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 13 Nov 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 29 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Newport on 6 December 1963. DMTACTICIAN003001  HMS Tactician.  P314.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 13 Nov 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 29 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Newport on 6 December 1963. DMTACTICIAN004001  HMS Tactician.  P314.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 13 Nov 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 29 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Newport on 6 December 1963. DMTAKU001001  HMS Taku.  N38.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down 18 Nov 1937.  Launched 20 May 1939.  Commissioned 3 Jan 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1946 and scrapped at Llanelly.
DMTAKU002001  HMS Taku.  N38.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down 18 Nov 1937.  Launched 20 May 1939.  Commissioned 3 Jan 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1946 and scrapped at Llanelly. DMTAKU003001  HMS Taku.  N38.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down 18 Nov 1937.  Launched 20 May 1939.  Commissioned 3 Jan 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1946 and scrapped at Llanelly. DMTALENT001001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963. DMTALENT002001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963.
DMTALENT003001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963. DMTALENT004001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963. DMTALENT005001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963. DMTALENT006001  HMS/M  Talent.  P322/S814.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963.
DMTALENT007001  HMS/M  Talent.  P 322.  T Class Submarine.  Was transferred to the Dutch Navy 1944 and  Renamed Zwaardvis.  Scrapped 1963. DMTALENT008001  HMS/M  Talent.  P 337.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970. DMTALENT009001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970. (Shown here after recovery at Chatham after being swept out of dry dock during her refit). DMTALENT010001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970.  Shown her after reconstruction 1956.
DMTALENT011001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970.  Shown her after reconstruction 1956. DMTALENT012001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970.  Shown her after reconstruction 1956. DMTALENT013001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970.  Shown her after reconstruction 1956. DMTALENT014001  HMS/M  Talent.  P337/S37.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy.   Underwent partial conversion 1955 /60.  Recommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970.  Shown her after reconstruction 1956.
DMTALISMAN001001  HMS Talisman.  N78.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 6 May 1938.  Laid down	27 Sep 1938.  Launched 29 Jan 1940.  Commissioned 	29 Jun 1940.  Left Gibraltar on 10 Sep 1942 with stores bound for Malta. Reported sighting a U-boat off Philippeville, Algeria on the 15th, but was not heard from again. She is presumed lost on Italian mines off Sicily on the 17th. She was due to arrive on 18 September 1942. DMTALLYHO001001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967.  Shown here after conversion and renumbering. DMTALLYHO002001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317/S87.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967.  Shown here after conversion and renumbering. DMTALLYHO003001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967
DMTALLYHO004001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967 DMTALLYHO005001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967 DMTALLYHO006001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967 DMTALLYHO007001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967
DMTALLYHO008001  HMS Tally-Ho.  P317.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Nov 1940.  Laid down 25 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 12 Apr 1943.  Selected for conversion and modernisation 1951/56.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 10 February 1967 DMTANTALUS001001  HMS/M  Tantalus.  P 318.  Submarine of the T class. Launched  Feb 1943. Survived the war and continued in service until being scrapped Nov 1950. DMTANTIVY001001  HMS/M  Tantivy.  P 319.   T Class Submarine.  Launched  April 1943. She survived the war and continued in service with the Navy, finally being sunk as an anti-submarine target in the Cromarty Firth in 1951. DMTANTIVY002001  HMS/M  Tantivy.  P 319.   T Class Submarine.  Launched  April 1943. She survived the war and continued in service with the Navy, finally being sunk as an anti-submarine target in the Cromarty Firth in 1951.
DMTAPIR001001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966. DMTAPIR002001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966. DMTAPIR003001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966. DMTAPIR004001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966.
DMTAPIR005001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966. DMTARN001001  HMS Tarn.  P336.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 12 Jun 1943.  Launched 29 Nov 1944.  Not commissioned into the Royal Navy, transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy before completion and renamed Tijgerhaai. DMTARN002001  HMS Tarn.  P336.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 12 Jun 1943.  Launched 29 Nov 1944.  Not commissioned into the Royal Navy, transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy before completion and renamed Tijgerhaai. DMTAURUS003001  HMS Taurus.  P339.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 30 Sep 1941.  Launched	27 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1942.  Loaned to the Royal Netherlands Navy on 4 June 1948 and commissioned into the Royal Netherlands Navy as Dolfijn the same day. Decommissioned and returned to the Royal Navy on 7 December 1953. Recommissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Taurus on 8 December 1953. Scrapped at Dunston-on-Tyne in April 1960.
DMTELEMACHUS001001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DMTELEMACHUS002001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DMTELEMACHUS003001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321/S21.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DMTELEMACHUS004001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961.
DMTELEMACHUS005001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DMTELEMACHUS006001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DMTEMPEST001001  HMS Tempest.  N86.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	6 Jan 1940.  Launched 10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1941. On 13 Feb 1942 in the Gulf of Tarant, she was blown to the surface by depth charges from the Italian torpedo boat Circe. She escaped but because of damage, could not maintain depth. She surfaced and was attacked by an Italian Destroyer. After sustained depth charging, she surfaced and was scuttled. DMTEMPEST002001  HMS Tempest.  N86.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	6 Jan 1940.  Launched 10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1941. On 13 Feb 1942 in the Gulf of Tarant, she was blown to the surface by depth charges from the Italian torpedo boat Circe. She escaped but because of damage, could not maintain depth. She surfaced and was attacked by an Italian Destroyer. After sustained depth charging, she surfaced and was scuttled.
DMTEMPLAR001001  HMS/M  Templar.  P316.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. She survived the war finally being used as a target and sunk in Loch Striven, Scotland in 1954. She was salvaged on 4 December 1958 and arrived at Troon, Scotland on 19 July 1959 to be scrapped. DMTEMPLAR002001  HMS/M  Templar.  P316.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. She survived the war finally being used as a target and sunk in Loch Striven, Scotland in 1954. She was salvaged on 4 December 1958 and arrived at Troon, Scotland on 19 July 1959 to be scrapped. DMTEMPLAR003001  HMS/M  Templar.  P316.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. She survived the war finally being used as a target and sunk in Loch Striven, Scotland in 1954. She was salvaged on 4 December 1958 and arrived at Troon, Scotland on 19 July 1959 to be scrapped. DMTEREDO001001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960.
DMTEREDO002001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960. DMTEREDO003001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960. DMTEREDO004001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960.  Shown here after conversion. DMTEREDO005001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960.
DMTEREDO006001  HMS Teredo.  P338/S38.  T Class Submarine.   Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965. Completed 1946 Vickers Armstrong.  Streamlining conversion 9 Jun 1955 to Mar 1957 HM Dockyard Chatham.  5 Jun 1965 arrived T.W. Ward, Briton Ferry for scrapping. Visited by 33,000 people during a month long publicity trip around the south and east coasts of England, October 1960.  Shown here after conversion. DMTERRAPIN001001  HMS Terrapin.  P323.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Aug 1941.  Laid down 19 Oct 1942.  Launched 31 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 22 Jan 1944.  Damaged on 19 May 1945 while west of Batavia, Java in the Java Sea by depth charges from Japanese escort vessels while attacking an escorted tanker. She escaped and returned to Fremantle, Australia. She was declared a constructive total loss on return to harbour, and was scrapped in June 1946. DMTETRARCH001001  HMS Tetrarch.  N77.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 6 May 1938.  Laid down 24 Aug 1938.  Launched 14 Nov 1939.  Commissioned 15 Feb 1940.  Sailed from Malta on 26 Oct 1941 for a refit in the U.S.A., via Gibraltar and the U.K. She failed to arrive in Gibraltar on 2nd Nov and was declared overdue. She is presumed lost on Italian mines off Capo Granditola, Sicily, Italy in late Oct 1941. DMTHAMES001001  HMS/M  Thames.  N 71.  River-Class Submarine launched in 1932 and sunk by a mine in 1940.
DMTHAMES002001  HMS/M  Thames.  N 71.  River-Class Submarine launched in 1932 and sunk by a mine in 1940. DMTHAMES003001  HMS/M  Thames.  N 71.  River-Class Submarine launched in 1932 and sunk by a mine in 1940. DMTHERMOPYLAE001001  HMS Thermopylae.  P355/S55.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 26 Oct 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1945. Modernised and converted 1951-56 and renumbered S55.  Arrived at Troon, Scotland to be broken up for scrap on 3 July 1970. DMTHERMOPYLAE002001  HMS Thermopylae.  P355.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 26 Oct 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1945.    Modernised and converted 1951-56 and renumbered S55.  Arrived at Troon, Scotland to be broken up for scrap on 3 July 1970.
DMTHERMOPYLAE003001  HMS Thermopylae.  P355/S55.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 26 Oct 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1945.  Modernised and converted 1951-56 and renumbered S55.   Arrived at Troon, Scotland to be broken up for scrap on 3 July 1970. DMTHERMOPYLAE004001  HMS Thermopylae.  P355/S55.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 26 Oct 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1945.  Modernised and converted 1951-56 and renumbered S55.   Arrived at Troon, Scotland to be broken up for scrap on 3 July 1970. DMTHETIS001001  HMS Thetis.  N25.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	10 Aug 1936.  Laid down 21 Dec 1936.  Launched 29 Jun 1938.  Commissioned 26 Oct 1940.  HMS Thetis was commissioned on 4 March 1939. On 1 June 1939 HMS Thetis was lost in an accident during a trial dive in Liverpool Bay. Of the 103 men aboard 99 died and only 4 survived. 45 of the 103 on board during the dive were personel from the builders, admiralty officials and new commanders. Thetis was salvaged, repaired and commissioned as HMS Thunderbolt on 26 October 1940. Shown here beached at Anglesey whilst bodies were removed. DMTHETIS002001  HMS Thetis.  N25.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	10 Aug 1936.  Laid down 21 Dec 1936.  Launched 29 Jun 1938.  Commissioned 26 Oct 1940.  HMS Thetis was commissioned on 4 March 1939. On 1 June 1939 HMS Thetis was lost in an accident during a trial dive in Liverpool Bay. Of the 103 men aboard 99 died and only 4 survived. 45 of the 103 on board during the dive were personel from the builders, admiralty officials and new commanders.
DMTHISTLE001001  HMS Thistle.  N24.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down	7 Dec 1937.  Launched 25 Oct 1938.  Commissioned	4 Jul 1939.  Sunk on 10 Apr 1940 by U-4. DMTHISTLE002001  HMS Thistle.  N24.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down	7 Dec 1937.  Launched 25 Oct 1938.  Commissioned	4 Jul 1939.  Sunk on 10 Apr 1940 by DMTHISTLE003001  HMS Thistle.  N24.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Jul 1937.  Laid down	7 Dec 1937.  Launched 25 Oct 1938.  Commissioned	4 Jul 1939.  Sunk on 10 Apr 1940 by DMTHORN001001  HMS Thorn.  N11.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered	4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 20 Jan 1940.  Launched 18 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 26 Aug 1941. HMS Thorn was declared overdue on 11 August 1942 when she did not arrive at Beirut.  Probably lost 6 Aug 1942.
DMTHOROUGH001001  HMS/M  Thorough.  P324.  T Class Submarine. Launched Oct 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  June 1962. DMTHOROUGH002001  HMS/M  Thorough.  P324.  T Class Submarine. Launched Oct 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  June 1962. DMTHOROUGH003001  HMS/M  Thorough.  P324.  T Class Submarine. Launched Oct 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  June 1962. DMTHRASHER001001  HMS Thrasher.  N37.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	14 Nov 1939.  Launched 28 Nov 1940.  Commissione	14 May 1941.  Decommissioned on 6 November 1945.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 9 March 1947.
DMTHRASHER002001  HMS Thrasher.  N37.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	14 Nov 1939.  Launched 28 Nov 1940.  Commissione	14 May 1941.  Decommissioned on 6 November 1945.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 9 March 1947. DMTHRASHER003001  HMS Thrasher.  N37.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	14 Nov 1939.  Launched 28 Nov 1940.  Commissione	14 May 1941.  Decommissioned on 6 November 1945.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 9 March 1947. DMTHRASHER004001  HMS Thrasher.  N37.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	14 Nov 1939.  Launched 28 Nov 1940.  Commissione	14 May 1941.  Decommissioned on 6 November 1945.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 9 March 1947. DMTHULE001001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25,  finally being scrapped September 1962.
DMTHULE002001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325/S25.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25, finally being scrapped September 1962. DMTHULE003001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325/S25.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25, finally being scrapped September 1962. DMTHULE004001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325/S25.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25, finally being scrapped September 1962. DMTHULE005001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325/S25.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25, finally being scrapped September 1962.
DMTHULE007001  HMS/M  Thule.  P325/S25.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war and renumbered S25, finally being scrapped September 1962. DMTHUNDERBOLT001001  HMS Thunderbolt.  N25.  Submarine of the T class.  Launced as HMS Thetis.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Aug 1936.  Laid down 21 Dec 1936.  Launched 29 Jun 1938. Commissioned 26 Oct 1940.  Thetis was lost in an accident with a great loss of life.  Thetis was salvaged, repaired and commissioned as HMS Thunderbolt on 26 October 1940.  On 14 Mar 1943 she was most likely sunk by the Italian corvette Cicogna off Capo San Vito, Sicily, Italy. She was reported overdue on 28 Mar 1943. It is not certain that Thunderbolt was lost in the attack but most probable. DMTHUNDERBOLT002001  HMS Thunderbolt.  N25.  Submarine of the T class.  Launced as HMS Thetis.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Aug 1936.  Laid down 21 Dec 1936.  Launched 29 Jun 1938. Commissioned 26 Oct 1940.  Thetis was lost in an accident with a great loss of life.  Thetis was salvaged, repaired and commissioned as HMS Thunderbolt on 26 October 1940.  On 14 Mar 1943 she was most likely sunk by the Italian corvette Cicogna off Capo San Vito, Sicily, Italy. She was reported overdue on 28 Mar 1943. It is not certain that Thunderbolt was lost in the attack but most probable. DMTIGRIS001001  HMS/M  Tigris.  N63.  T-Class Submarine.  She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched in October 1939.  Tigris was most likely sunk on 27 February by UJ-2210.
DMTIGRIS002001  HMS/M  Tigris.  N63.  T-Class Submarine.  She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched in October 1939.  Tigris was most likely sunk on 27 February by UJ-2210. DMTIPTOE001001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built. DMTIPTOE002001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built. DMTIPTOE003001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built.
DMTIPTOE004001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built. DMTIPTOE005001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built. DMTIPTOE006001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built. DMTIRELESS001001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown as built.
DMTIRELESS002001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown as built. DMTIRELESS003001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.   She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown as built. DMTIRELESS004001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.   She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown after conversion. DMTIRELESS005001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.   She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968.  Shown after conversion.
DMTIRELESS006001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown after conversion. DMTIRELESS007001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown after conversion. DMTOKEN001001  HMS/M  Token.  P328/S28.   T Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S28.  Scrapped at Cairn Ryan in March 1970. DMTOKEN002001  HMS/M  Token.  P328/S28.   T Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S28.  Scrapped at Cairn Ryan in March 1970.
DMTOKEN003001  HMS/M  Token.  P328/S28.   T Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S28.  Scrapped at Cairn Ryan in March 1970. DMTORBAY001001  HMS/M  Torbay.  N 79.  T-Class Submarine. She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched on 9 April 1940. Sold for breaking November 1945, scrapped March 1947. DMTORBAY002001  HMS/M  Torbay.  N 79.  T-Class Submarine. She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched on 9 April 1940. Sold for breaking November 1945, scrapped March 1947. DMTOTEM001001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown as built.
DMTOTEM002001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion. DMTOTEM003001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion. DMTOTEM004001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion. DMTOTEM005001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion.
DMTOTEM006001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion and under Israeli command. DMTRADEWIND001001  HMS/M  Tradewind.  P329.  T Class Submarine  Launched December 1942. She was eventually scrapped at Charlestown on 14 December 1955. DMTRADEWIND003001  HMS/M  Tradewind.  P329.  T Class Submarine  Launched December 1942. She was eventually scrapped at Charlestown on 14 December 1955. DMTRADEWIND004001  HMS/M  Tradewind.  P329.  T Class Submarine  Launched December 1942. She was eventually scrapped at Charlestown on 14 December 1955.
DMTRADEWIND005001  HMS/M  Tradewind.  P329.  T Class Submarine  Launched December 1942. She was eventually scrapped at Charlestown on 14 December 1955. DMTRAVELLER001001  HMS Traveller.  N48.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 17 Jan 1940.  Launched 27 Aug 1941.   Commissioned 10 Apr 1942 .  Lost 12 Dec 1942.  Left Malta on 28 Nov 1942 for a patrol in the Gulf of Taranto. She was reported overdue on 12 December and is presumed lost on Italian mines in her patrol area. DMTRENCHANT001001  HMS Trenchant.  P331.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane. DMTRENCHANT002001  HMS Trenchant.  P331/S31.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S31.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane.
DMTRENCHANT003001  HMS Trenchant.  P331.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane. DMTRENCHANT004001  HMS Trenchant.  P331/S31.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S31.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane. DMTRENCHANT005001  HMS Trenchant.  P331/S31.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S31.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane. DMTRENCHANT006001  HMS Trenchant.  P331/S31.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Aug 1941.  Laid down 9 May 1942.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1944.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S31.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and scrapped at Faslane.
DMTRESPASSER001001  HMS Trespasser.  P312/S12.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 Sep 1941.  Launched 29 May 1942.  Commissioned	11 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Gateshead starting on 26 September 1961. DMTRESPASSER002001  HMS Trespasser.  P312/S12.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 Sep 1941.  Launched 29 May 1942.  Commissioned	11 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Gateshead starting on 26 September 1961. DMTRESPASSER003001  HMS Trespasser.  P312/S12.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 Sep 1941.  Launched 29 May 1942.  Commissioned	11 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Gateshead starting on 26 September 1961. DMTRESPASSER004001  HMS Trespasser.  P312/S12.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 Sep 1941.  Launched 29 May 1942.  Commissioned	11 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Gateshead starting on 26 September 1961.
DMTRESPASSER005001  HMS Trespasser.  P312/S12.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Laid down 8 Sep 1941.  Launched 29 May 1942.  Commissioned	11 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Gateshead starting on 26 September 1961. DMTRIAD001001  HMS Triad.  N53.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1937.  Laid down 24 Mar 1938.  Launched 5 May 1939.  Commissioned 16 Sep 1939. Lost 15 Oct 1940.  Sunk by a torpedo fired by Itlian Submarine Enrico Toti.  She will be the only British submarine to be sunk by an Italian submarine during the war. DMTRIBUNE001001  HMS Tribune.  N76/76T.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 3 Mar 1937.  Launched 8 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1939.  Put in reserve on 29 June 1945.  Scrapped at Milford Haven in July 1947. DMTRIBUNE002001  HMS Tribune.  N76/76T.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 3 Mar 1937.  Launched 8 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1939.  Put in reserve on 29 June 1945.  Scrapped at Milford Haven in July 1947.
DMTRIDENT001001  HMS Trident.  N52.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 12 Jan 1937.  Launched 7 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 1 Oct 1939.  Paid off into reserve on 20 November 1945  Scrapped at Newport starting on 11 February 1946. DMTRIDENT002001  HMS Trident.  N52.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 12 Jan 1937.  Launched 7 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 1 Oct 1939.  Paid off into reserve on 20 November 1945  Scrapped at Newport starting on 11 February 1946. DMTRITON001001  HMS Triton.  N15.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Mar 1936.  Laid down 28 Aug 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1938.  Lost 18 Dec 1940.  Left Malta on 28 Nov 1940 for a patrol in the southern Adriatic. Most likely mined and sunk in the lower Adriatic or the Otranto Strait on or around 18 Dec 1940. DMTRITON002001  HMS Triton.  N15.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Mar 1936.  Laid down 28 Aug 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1938.  Lost 18 Dec 1940.  Left Malta on 28 Nov 1940 for a patrol in the southern Adriatic. Most likely mined and sunk in the lower Adriatic or the Otranto Strait on or around 18 Dec 1940.
DMTRITON003001  HMS Triton.  N15.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Mar 1936.  Laid down 28 Aug 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1938.  Lost 18 Dec 1940.  Left Malta on 28 Nov 1940 for a patrol in the southern Adriatic. Most likely mined and sunk in the lower Adriatic or the Otranto Strait on or around 18 Dec 1940. DMTRITON004001  HMS Triton.  N15.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Mar 1936.  Laid down 28 Aug 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1938.  Lost 18 Dec 1940.  Left Malta on 28 Nov 1940 for a patrol in the southern Adriatic. Most likely mined and sunk in the lower Adriatic or the Otranto Strait on or around 18 Dec 1940. DMTRIUMPH002001  HMS Triumph.  N18.  Submarine of the T class.   Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 19 Mar 1937.  Launched	16 Feb 1938.  Commissioned 2 May 1939.  Lost 14 Jan 1942.  Declared overdue on 14 January 1942. Probably lost on Italian mines off Milo island, south east of Greece. DMTRIUMPH003001  HMS Triumph.  N18.  Submarine of the T class.   Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 19 Mar 1937.  Launched	16 Feb 1938.  Commissioned 2 May 1939.  Lost 14 Jan 1942.  Declared overdue on 14 January 1942. Probably lost on Italian mines off Milo island, south east of Greece.
DMTRIUMPH004001  HMS Triumph.  N18.  Submarine of the T class.   Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Nov 1936.  Laid down 19 Mar 1937.  Launched	16 Feb 1938.  Commissioned 2 May 1939.  Lost 14 Jan 1942.  Declared overdue on 14 January 1942. Probably lost on Italian mines off Milo island, south east of Greece. DMTROOPER001001  HMS Trooper.  N91.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 7 May 1940.  Launched	5 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 29 Aug 1942.  Lost 17 Oct 1943.  Failed to return from patrol on 17th Oct and was reported overdue on that day. She is presumed lost on German mines East of Leros. DMTRUANT001001  HMS Truant.  N68.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1937.  Laid down	24 Mar 1938.  Launched 5 May 1939.  Commissioned	30 Oct 1939.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 December 1945. Wrecked in December 1946 while en-route to the shipbreakers. DMTRUCULENT001001  HMS/M  Truculent.  P315.  T Class Submarine.  Launched September 1942.  Accidentally sunk 12 January 1950. She was refloated on 23 March 1950 then sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 May 1950.
DMTRUCULENT002001  HMS/M  Truculent.  P315.  T Class Submarine.  Launched September 1942.  Accidentally sunk 12 January 1950. She was refloated on 23 March 1950 then sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 May 1950. DMTRUCULENT003001  HMS/M  Truculent.  P315.  T Class Submarine.  Launched September 1942.  Accidentally sunk 12 January 1950. She was refloated on 23 March 1950 then sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 May 1950. DMTRUMP001001  HMS Trump.  P333/S33.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched	25 Mar 1944. Commissioned 8 Jul 1944.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S33 and served with the 4th Submarine Flotilla at Sydney, Australia from 1961 till 1969. She was finally scrapped at Newport on 1 Aug 1971. DMTRUMP002001  HMS Trump.  P333/S33.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched	25 Mar 1944. Commissioned 8 Jul 1944.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S33 and served with the 4th Submarine Flotilla at Sydney, Australia from 1961 till 1969. She was finally scrapped at Newport on 1 Aug 1971.
DMTRUMP003001  HMS Trump.  P333/S33.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched	25 Mar 1944. Commissioned 8 Jul 1944.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S33 and served with the 4th Submarine Flotilla at Sydney, Australia from 1961 till 1969. She was finally scrapped at Newport on 1 Aug 1971. DMTRUNCHEON001001  HMS Truncheon.  P353/S53.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 5 Nov 1942.  Launched 22 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 25 May 1945.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S53.  Sold to Israeli Navy in 1968 and renamed Dolphin. Scrapped in 1977. DMTRUNCHEON002001  HMS Truncheon.  P353/S53.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 5 Nov 1942.  Launched 22 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 25 May 1945.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S53.  Sold to Israeli Navy in 1968 and renamed Dolphin. Scrapped in 1977. DMTRUNCHEON003001  HMS Truncheon.  P353/S53.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 5 Nov 1942.  Launched 22 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 25 May 1945.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S53.  Sold to Israeli Navy in 1968 and renamed Dolphin. Scrapped in 1977.
DMTRUNCHEON004001  HMS Truncheon.  P353/S53.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 30 May 1942.  Laid down 5 Nov 1942.  Launched 22 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 25 May 1945.  Reconstructed 1956 and renumbered S53.  Sold to Israeli Navy in 1968 and renamed Dolphin. Scrapped in 1977. DMTRUSTY001001  HMS Trusty.  N45.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	15 Mar 1940.  Launched 14 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 30 Jul 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in January 1947. Scrapped at Milford Haven in July 1947.  Seen here from the deck of HMS Sybil. DMTUDOR001001  HMS Tudor.  P326.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Jun 1941.  Laid down 20 Sep 1941.  Launched 23 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1943.  	Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and srapped at Faslane. DMTUDOR002001  HMS Tudor.  P326.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Jun 1941.  Laid down 20 Sep 1941.  Launched 23 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1943.  	Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and srapped at Faslane.
DMTUDOR003001  HMS Tudor.  P326.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Jun 1941.  Laid down 20 Sep 1941.  Launched 23 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1943.  	Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 July 1963 and srapped at Faslane. DMTUNA001001  HMS Tuna.  N94.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1937.  Laid down	13 Jun 1938.  Launched 10 May 1940.  Commissioned 1 Aug 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 December 1945. Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales in June 1946. DMTUNA002001  HMS Tuna.  N94.  Submarine of the T class.  Built by	Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1937.  Laid down	13 Jun 1938.  Launched 10 May 1940.  Commissioned 1 Aug 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 December 1945. Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales in June 1946. DMTURBULENT001001  HMS/M  Turbulent.  N98. T-Class Submarine.  Launched in May 1942. It is thought that Turbulent fell victim to a mine off Maddalena, Sardinia March 1943.
DMTURPIN001001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S54.   She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan.  Shown here as built. DMTURPIN002001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S54.   She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan.   Shown here after conversion and transfer to Israel. DMTURPIN003001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S54.   She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan.    Shown here after conversion and transfer to Israel. DMTURPIN004001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S54.   She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan.    Shown here after conversion.
DMTURPIN005001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S54.   She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan.    Shown here after conversion. DMULTIMATUM001001  HMS Ultimatum.  P34.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Mar 1940.  Laid down 19 Jun 1940.  Launched 11 Feb 1941.  Commissioned 29 Jul 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 December 1949. Scrapped at Port Glasgow in February 1950. DMULTOR001001  HMS Ultor.  P53.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 30 Dec 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1942.  Decommissioned at Gosport on 14 August 1945 and joined reserve group C.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 22 January 1946. DMUMBRA001001  HMS Umbra.  P35.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Mar 1940.  Laid down 19 Jul 1940.  Launched 15 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 2 Sep 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 July 1946 and scrapped at Blyth.
DMUMPIRE001001  HMS Umpire.  N82.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Jan 1940.  Launched 30 Dec 1940.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1941.   Sunk on 19 July 1941 in a collision with the British armed trawler HMS Peter Hendriks north-west of Cromer, Norfolk.  She was on passage from Chatham to the Clyde. DMUNA001001  HMS Una.  N87.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 7 May 1940.  Launched	10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 27 Sep 1941.  Used for A/S training after refitting in the U.K. from April to August 1943. Decommissioned and placed in Reserve in November 1945. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 11 April 1949 and scrapped at Llanelly. DMUNBEATEN001001  HMS Unbeaten.  N93.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 22 Nov 1939.  Launched 9 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 10 Nov 1940.   On 11 November 1942 she was attacked and sunk in error by an RAF Wellington of No. 172 Squadron, Coastal Command in the Bay of Biscay. DMUNBENDING001001  HMS Unbending.  P37.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Mar 1940.  Laid down 30 Aug 1940.  Launched 12 May 1941.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1941.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 December 1949. Scrapped at Gateshead in May 1950.
DMUNBROKEN001001  HMS Unbroken.  P42.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 30 Dec 1940.  Launched 4 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 29 Jan 1942.  Transferred on loan to the Soviet Union on 26 June 1944. Renamed V-2 by the Soviets. Returned in 1949 and scrapped at Gateshead on 9 May 1950. DMUNDINE004001  HMS/M  Undine.  N48.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Oct 1937.  She was Commissioned on 21 August 1938. Sunk 7 January 1940. DMUNDINE005001  HMS/M  Undine.  N48.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Oct 1937.  She was Commissioned on 21 August 1938. Sunk 7 January 1940. DMUNION001001  HMS Union.  N56.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	9 Dec 1939.  Launched 1 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 22 Feb 1941.  Sailed from Malta at 0100 hours on 14 July 1941. On 20 July 1941 she was sunk during an attack on a convoy by the Italian torpedo boat Circe 25 nautical miles south-west of Pantelleria island in the Strait of Sicily. HMS Union was reported overdue on 22 July 1941.
DMUNIQUE001001  HMS Unique.  N95.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Oct 1939.  Launched 6 Jun 1940.  Commissioned	27 Sep 1940.  Left Holy loch on 7 October 1942. Ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay on passage to Gibraltar. She left her escorts off Lands End on the 9th and was not heard from again.  She was reported overdue on 24 October 1942 when she failed to arrive at Gibraltar. DMUNISON001001  HMS Unison.  P43.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 30 Dec 1940.  Launched	5 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 5 Feb 1942.  Transferred on loan to the Soviet Union on 26 June 1944. Renamed V-3 by the Soviets. Returned in 1949 and scrapped at Stockton on 19 May 1950. DMUNITED001001  HMS United.  P44.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 25 Feb 1941.  Launched	18 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1942.  Scrapped at Troon on 12 February 1946. DMUNITED002001  HMS United.  P44.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 25 Feb 1941.  Launched	18 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1942.  Scrapped at Troon on 12 February 1946.
DMUNITY001001  HMS Unity.  N66.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Nov 1936.  Laid down	19 Feb 1937.  Launched 16 Feb 1938.  Commissioned 5 Oct 1938. Lost 29 Apr 1940 when she collided wirth the Norwegian Ship Atle Jarl as she was leaving Blyth Harbour for patrol. DMUNIVERSAL001001  HMS Universal.  P57.  Submarine of the U class.  Built  by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 5 Sep 1941.  Launched 10 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 8 Mar 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in February 1946. Scrapped at Milford Haven in June 1946. DMUNRIVALLED001001  HMS Unrivalled.  P45.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 12 May 1941.  Launched 16 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 May 1942.  Decommissioned on 31 July 1945.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 22 January 1946. DMUNRUFFLED001001  HMS Unruffled.  P46.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 25 Feb 1941.  Launched 19 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 9 Apr 1942.  Scrapped at Troon in January 1946.
DMUNRULY001001  HMS Unruly.  P49.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.). Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 19 Nov 1941.  Launched	28 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in February 1946. DMUNSEEN001001  HMS Unseen.  P51.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 30 Jul 1941.  Launched	16 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 2 Jul 1942.  Scrapped at Hayle in September 1949. DMUNSHAKEN001001  HMS Unshaken.  P54.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 23 Aug 1940.  Laid down 12 Jun 1941.  Launched 17 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 21 May 1942.  Scrapped at Troon in March 1946. DMUNSPARING001001  HMS Unsparing.  P55.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 11 Aug 1941.  Launched 28 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 29 Nov 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 14 February 1946. Scrapped at Inverkeithing.
DMUNSWERVING001001  HMS Unswerving.  P63.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 17 Feb 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 3 Oct 1943.  Scrapped at Newport on 10 July 1949. DMUNTIRING001001  HMS Untiring.  P59.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 23 Dec 1941.  Launched 20 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1943. Loaned to Greece as Amphitriti on 25 July 1945. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1952. Sunk as an Asdic target off Start Point on 25 July 1957. DMUPHOLDER-URGE001001  HMS Upholder.  N99.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Oct 1939.  Launched 8 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1940.  On 12 April 1942 she was ordered to form a patrol line with HMS Urge and HMS Thrasher to intercept a convoy. It is not known if this signal was received and the submarine failed to return to harbour on her due date.  Presumed lost on 14 Apr 1942.    Seen alongside HMS Urge which is the inboard boat. DMUPRIGHT001001  HMS Upright.  N89.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 6 Nov 1939.  Launched 21 Apr 1940.  Commissioned  3 Sep 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 19 December 1945. Scrapped at Troon in March 1946.
DMUPROAR001001  HMS Uproar.  P31.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Mar 1940.  Laid down 30 Apr 1940. Launched	27 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1941.  Originally named P 31. Renamed Ullswater in February 1943. Renamed Uproar in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 13 February 1946. Scrapped at Inverkeithing. DMUPSHOT001001  HMS Upshot.  P82.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 3 May 1943.  Launched	24 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 15 May 1944.  Scrapped at Preston on 22 November 1949. DMUPSTART001001  HMS Upstart.   P65.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 17 Mar 1942.  Launched	24 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 3 Apr 1943.  Loaned to the Royal Hellenic Navy as Xifias on 9 August 1945. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1952. Expended as Anti-Submarine target off the Isle of Wight on 29 July 1959. DMURCHIN004001  HMS Urchin.  N97.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	9 Dec 1939.  Launched 30 Sep 1940.  Loaned to the Polish Navy on 11 January 1941 and commissioned into the Polish Navy as ORP Sokol on 28 January 1941.  She was returned to the Royal Navy on 27 July 1945. She was scrapped in 1949.
DMURGE001001  HMS Urge.   N17.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down	30 Oct 1939.  Launched 19 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1940.  Left Malta on 27 Apr 1942. She failed to arrive at Alexandria on 6 May 1942 and was reported overdue on that day. DMURTICA001001  HMS Urtica.  P83.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid downn 27 Apr 1943.  Launched	23 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 20 Jun 1944.  Scrapped at Milford Haven in March 1950. DMUTMOST001001  HMS Utmost.  N19.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 2 Nov 1939.  Launched 20 Apr 1940.  Commissioned	17 Aug 1940.  On 25 Nov 1942 she was sunk about 40 nautical miles west-north-west of Capo San Vito, Sicily by depth charges from the Italian torpedo boat Groppo. DMVAMPIRE001001  HMS Vampire.  P72.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 9 Nov 1942.  Launched 20 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	13 Nov 1943.  Scrapped at Gateshead on 5 March 1950.
DMVANDAL001001  HMS Vandal.  P64.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down	17 Mar 1942.  Launched 23 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1943.  She was wrecked off Kilbrennan Sound, Lochranza, Clyde on 24 February 1943 while working up, cause unknown. DMVARANGIAN0001  HMS Varangian.  P61.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 23 Dec 1941.  Launched 4 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1949 and scrapped at Gateshead. DMVARIANCE001001  HMS Variance.  P85.  Became HNoMS Utsira P85.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 21 May 1943.  Launched 22 May 1944.  Commissioned 24 Aug 1944.  HMS Variance was transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy upon completion on 24 August 1944. She was renamed Utsira. Utsira was scrapped at Hamburg in 1965. DMVARNE001001  HMS Varne.  P81.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 18 Nov 1942.  Launched	24 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 30 Jul 1944.  Scrapped at Troon, Scotland in September 1958.
DMVELDT001001  HMS Veldt.  P71.  Became RHS Pipinos. P71.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 2 Nov 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.   Commissioned 1 Nov 1943.  HMS Veldt was transferred to the Greek Navy upon completion on 1 November 1943. She was renamed Pipinos. Pipinos was returned to the Royal Navy on 10 December 1957. Scrapped at Dunston on 23 February 1958. DMVENGEFUL001001  HMS Vengeful.  P86.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 30 Jul 1943.  Launched 20 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 16 Oct 1944.  HMS Vengeful was lent to the Greek Navy from 1945 until 1957. Scrapped at Gateshead on 22 March 1958. DMVENTURER001001  HMS Venturer.  P68.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.). Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 25 Aug 1942.  Launched	4 May 1943.  Commissioned 19 Aug 1943.  Transferred to the Norwegian Navy in 1946 and renamed Utstein. DMVIGOROUS001001  HMS Vigorous.  P74.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 14 Dec 1942.  Launched	15 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 December 1949. Scrapped at Stockton on Tees.
DMVIKING001001  HMS Viking.  P69.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 3 Sep 1942.  Launched 5 May 1943.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1943.  Transferred to the Norwegian Navy in 1946 and renamed KNM Utvær. DMVINEYARD001001  HMS Vineyard.  P84.  Became FFL Doris.  P84.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 21 May 1943.  Launched 8 May 1944.  Commissioned 1 Aug 1944.  HMS Vineyard was transferred to the Free French Navy upon completion on 1 August 1944. She was renamed Doris. Doris was returned to the Royal Navy on 18 November 1947. Scrapped at Charlestown in June 1950. DMVIRTUE001001  HMS Virtue.  P75.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 17 Feb 1943.  Launched 29 Nov 1943.  Commissioned	29 Feb 1944.   Scrapped at Cochin, India on 19 May 1946. DMVIRULENT001001  HMS Virulent.  P95.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 30 Mar 1943.  Launched 23 May 1944.  Commissioned 1 Oct 1944.  Loaned to the Greek Navy as Argonaftis from May 1946 until 3 Oct 1958. Broke adrift from tow from Malta to the Tyne on 15 Dec 1958. Towed into Pasajes by fishing vessels on 6 January 1959. Sold to Spanish shipbreakers early 1961 and broken up in April 1961.
DMVISIGOTH001001  HMS Visigoth.  P76.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 30 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 9 Mar 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in March 1949. Scrapped at Hayle in April 1950. DMVITALITY001001  HMS Vitality.  P58.  Former HMS Untamed.   P58.  Submarine of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jul 1941.  Laid down 9 Oct 1941.  Launched 8 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 14 Apr 1943.  HMS Untamed foundered in the Clyde during training on 30 May 1943.  She was salvaged on 5 July 1943, refitted and and renamed HMS Vitality. She was back in service in July 1944. HMS Vitality was sold to be broken up for scrap on 13 February 1946. Scrapped at Troon. DMVOLATILE001001  HMS Volatile.  P96.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 30 Mar 1943.  Launched 20 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 4 Nov 1944.  Lent to the Greek Navy as Triaina from May 1946 until returned on 3 Oct 1958. Scrapped at Dunston on Tyne on 23 Dec 1958. DMVORACIOUS001001  HMS Voracious.  P78.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 27 Oct 1942.  Launched 11 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1944.  Scrapped at Cochin, India on 19 May 1946.
DMVORTEX001001  HMS Vortex.  P87.    Became FFL Morse P87.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 13 Aug 1943.  Launched 19 Aug  1944.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1944.  Transferred to the Free French Navy upon completion on 1 Dec 1944 and  renamed Morse. Returned to the Royal Navy on 17 Sep 1946. In 1947 she was loaned to the Danish Navy as Saelen. Saelen was returned to the Royal Navy on 16 January 1958. Scrapped at Faslane in August 1958. DMVOTARY001001  HMS Votary.  P29/S304.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 17 Nov 1942.  Laid down 21 Apr 1943.  Launched 21 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 13 Dec 1944.  Transferred to the Norwegian Navy in July 1946 and renamed Uthaug and renumbered S304.  Shown here as HMNoS Uthaug. DMVOX001001  HMS Vox.  P73.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 19 Dec 1942.  Launched 28 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1943.   Scrapped at Cochin, India on 19 May 1946. DMVOX002001  HMS Vox.  P73.  Submarine of the V class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Dec 1941.  Laid down 19 Dec 1942.  Launched 28 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1943.   Scrapped at Cochin, India on 19 May 1946.
DMVULPINE001001  HMS Vulpine.  P79/U2.  Submarine of the V class.   Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 18 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1944.  Loaned to the Danish Navy in 1947 as Storen. Returned in 1958. Scrapped at Faslane in June 1959.  Shown as HNLMS Storen. U2. DMVULPINE002001  HMS Vulpine.  P79/U2.  Submarine of the V class.   Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 May 1942.  Laid down 18 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 2 Jun 1944.  Loaned to the Danish Navy in 1947 as Storen. Returned in 1958. Scrapped at Faslane in June 1959. DMX2001001  HMS X2. P711.   Ex Italian Archimedes Class Submarine 'Galileo Galilei'.  Launched 1934.  Disabled and captured by HMS Moonstone in the Red Sea 19 June 1940.  Commissioned into the RN as HMS X2 for tests and evaluation.  Scrapped 1946. DMX5001001  HMS X5.  Midget Submarine. Unofficially named Platypus.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness.  Used in Operation Source.  Scuttled Altenfjord 22 September 1943.
DMX10001001  HMS X10.  Midget Submarine.  Unofficially named 'Ecxcalibur'.  Built by Vickers.  Used in Operation Source.  Scuttled in North Sea 3 October 1943. DMXE9-XE12-XE8001001  HMS/m's XE9, XE12 and XE8.   XE Class Midget Submarines. XE9 ? built by Markham, scrapped 1952.  XE12 ? built by Marshall, cannibalised for spares 1952.  XE8  unofficially named "Expunger" built by Broadbent, sunk as target 1952, recovered 1973 and preserved at Chatham Historic Dockyard, on loan from the Imperial War Museum. DMXE7001001  HMS XE7.  XE Class Midget Submarine. Built by Thomas Broadbent and Sons, scrapped 1952. DMXE7002001  HMS XE7.  XE Class Midget Submarine. Built by Thomas Broadbent and Sons, scrapped 1952.
DMXE9001001  HMS XE9.  XE Class Midget Submarine.  Built by Markham, scrapped 1952. DPS1001  HMS S1.  The British S class submarine of 1914 were built by Scotts, Greenock just before World War I. The S class was based on an Italian design of the Laurenti boats. 3 vessels were constructed. All 3 were transferred to the Italian Navy in October 1915. DPSAGA001  HMS/M  Saga. P 257.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1945. Built as World War II was drawing to a close, she did not see much action. On 10 February 1946 she collided with and sank the trawler Girl Lena in the English Channel. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy in 1948 and renamed Nautillo. DPSAGA002  HMS/M  Saga. P 257.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1945. Built as World War II was drawing to a close, she did not see much action. On 10 February 1946 she collided with and sank the trawler Girl Lena in the English Channel. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy in 1948 and renamed Nautillo.
DPSALM001  HMS/M  Salmon.  N65.  S-Class Submarine.  Launched April 1934 and fought in World War II. She was lost, probably sunk by a mine, on July 9, 1940. DPSANG001  HMS/M  Sanguine. P 266.  S Class Submarine. Launched February 1945.  She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Rahav in March 1959. She was retired in 1968 and cannibalised for spare parts for Tanin, formerly HMS Springer, Sanguine's sister ship. DPSANG002  HMS/M  Sanguine. P266.  S Class Submarine. Launched February 1945.  She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Rahav in March 1959. She was retired in 1968 and cannibalised for spare parts for Tanin, formerly HMS Springer, Sanguine's sister ship. DPSANG003  HMS/M  Sanguine. P 266.  S Class Submarine. Launched February 1945.  She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Rahav in March 1959. She was retired in 1968 and cannibalised for spare parts for Tanin, formerly HMS Springer, Sanguine's sister ship.
DPSARA001  HMS/M  Saracen.  P 247.  S Class Submarine.  Launched on February 1942.  Her original pennant was P 213. In August 1943, she was spotted by the Italian corvettes Minerva and Euterpe who attacked with depth charges. She was forced to surface and the crew scuttled the submarine to avoid her capture. DPSATY001  HMS/M  Satyr.  P 214.  S Class Submarine. Launched on September 1942. She was lent to the French navy between February 1952 and August 1961, and renamed Saphir. After 20 years of service, she was broken up in April 1962 at Charlestown. DPSATY002  HMS/M Satyr.  P 214.  S Class Submarine. Launched on September 1942. She was lent to the French navy between February 1952 and August 1961, and renamed Saphir. After 20 years of service, she was broken up in April 1962 at Charlestown. DPSCEP001  HMS/M Sceptre.  P 215.  S Class Submarine.  Launched January 1943, in Greenock, although her keel had been laid down in July 1940. She was damaged by a battery explosion on 8 August 1949. She was finally sold for scrap in September 1949.
DPSCEP002  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCEP003  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCEP004  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCEP005  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute.
DPSCEP006  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCEP007  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCEP008  HMS/M Sceptre. S 104.  Swiftsure Class Submarine.  Commissioned February 1978.  As of 2009 she is the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Navy still in active service and is expected to be decommissioned by 2010, being replaced by the first Astute class submarine in service, HMS Astute. DPSCOR001  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962.
DPSCOR002  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962. DPSCOR003  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962. DPSCOR004  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962. DPSCOR005  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962.
DPSCOR006  HMS/M  Scorcher.  P 258.  S Class Submarine.  Launched December 1944.  She was eventually paid off and broken up at Charlestown in 1962. DPSCOT001  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DPSCOT002  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up. DPSCOT003  HMS/M Scotsman. P 243.   S Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. She survived the Second World War and was eventually sold. She arrived at Troon on November 19, 1964 for breaking up.
DPSCYT001  HMS/M  Scythian.  P 237.   S Class Submarine.  Launched April 1944. She was paid off and arrived at Charlestown on August 8, 1960 for breaking up. DPSEAL001  HMS/M Seal.  N 37.   Grampus-class mine-laying submarine launched in 1938. In World War II she was captured and commissioned into the Kriegsmarine as U-B. DPSECO005  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DPSEHO001  HMS/M  Seahorse.  98 S.  Group One S class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940.
DPSELE001  USS Sea Leopard.  SS 483.   Tench-Class Submarine of the United States Navy.  Launched  March 1945. Sea Leopard was struck from the Navy list  March 1973 and transferred to Brazil, where she was renamed Bahia S 12.  She served as an active duty submarine in the Brazilian Navy until 1993 when she was relegated to dockside training duties. DPSELI001  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945. DPSELI002  HMS /M Sealion.  S 72.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1934 and fought in the Second World War. Scuttled as an ASDIC target off the Isle of Arran on 13 March 1945. DPSELI003  HMS/M Sealion.  S07.  Porpoise Class Submarine. Launched Dec 1959. She was paid off in December 1987 and sold to an Education Trust for deprived inner city youngsters "Inter Action", arriving at Chatham on June 22, 1988.   She was broken up in 1990.
DPSENE001  HMS Seneschal.  P255.  Submarine of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Oct 1942.  Laid down 1 Sep 1943.  Launched 23 Apr 1945. Commissioned 6 Sep 1945.  Suffered an explosion on 4 June 1947. Collided with the Danish frigate Thetis south of the Isle of Wight on 14 June 1952. Broken up at Dunston on Tyne on 23 August 1960. DPSENT001  HMS/M  Sentinel.  P 256 / S 56.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1945.  Commissioned after the end of the Second World War, she had a relatively peaceful career, and was sold February 1962 for breaking at Gillingham. DPSENT002  HMS/M  Sentinel.  P 256 / S 56  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1945.  Commissioned after the end of the Second World War, she had a relatively peaceful career, and was sold February 1962 for breaking at Gillingham. DPSENT003  HMS/M  Sentinel.  P 256 / S 56.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1945.  Commissioned after the end of the Second World War, she had a relatively peaceful career, and was sold February 1962 for breaking at Gillingham.
DPSERA001  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965. DPSERA002  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965. DPSERA003  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965. DPSERA004  HMS/M Seraph. P 219. S Class Submarine.  Launched October 1941.  She remained in commission until 25 October, 1962, 21 years to the day after her launching.  She arrived at Briton Ferry for scrapping on 20 December, 1965.
DPSERO001  HMS/M  Sea Rover.  P 218.  S Class Submarine.  Launched February 1943.  She spent most of her career in the Far East, where she sank a number of Japanese ships, including the ship Matsu Maru No.1, the transport Shobu Maru, the auxiliary gunboat Koshu Maru, three sailing vessels, a coaster and four unidentified Japanese vessels. She survived the Second World War, and was sold in October 1949 and  was broken up at Faslane from June 1950. DPSESC001  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DPSESC002  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DPSESC003  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up.
DPSESC004  HMS/M Sea Scout.  P 253.  S Class Submarine. Launched March 1944. She spent most of her wartime career in the Far East, where she sank numerous Japanese ships, including twelve sailing vessels, two coasters, two unidentified vessels, a sampan, a patrol vessel and a tug with five barges.She survived the Second World War, and was sold Dec 1965 for breaking up. DPSEVE001  HMS/M  Severn. N 57.  Thames-Class Submarine. Launched in 1934 and scrapped in 1946. DPSHAR002  HMS/M  Shark. 54 S.  S-class submarine launched in 1934. She was disabled by an air attack in 1940 and sank the next day. DPSHARK001  USS Shark.  SSN 591. Skipjack-class submarine commissioned in 1961. Shark was deactivated, in commission, on 16 October 1986 and formally decommissioned and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 15 September 1990
DPSIDA001  HMS/M  Sirdar. P 226.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943. Sirdar was eventually sold May 1965 for breaking up. DPSIDO001  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957. DPSIDO002  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957. DPSIDO003  HMS/M Sidon.  P 259.  S Class submarine.  Launched Sept 1944.  A faulty torpedo caused an explosion sinking it in harbour with the loss of 13 lives. Wrecked by own torpedo explosion 16 June 1955, refloated, sunk as a target 19 June 1957.
DPSIMO001  HMS/M Simoom.  P 225.  S Class Submarine.  Launched on October 12, 1942. Struck a mine and sunk Nov 1943. DPSIRD001  HMS/M  Sirdar. P226.  S Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943. Sirdar was eventually sold May 1965 for breaking up. DPSLEU001  HMS/M  Sleuth. P 261.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944.  On 13 June 1952  while leaving Portland harbour, she put her stern through the side of HMS Zephyr as she reversed out of her berth. Sleuth was eventually sold. She arrived at Charlestown on September 15, 1958 for breaking up. DPSLEU002  HMS/M  Sleuth. P 261.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944.  On 13 June 1952  while leaving Portland harbour, she put her stern through the side of HMS Zephyr as she reversed out of her berth. Sleuth was eventually sold. She arrived at Charlestown on September 15, 1958 for breaking up.
DPSLEU003  HMS/M  Sleuth. P 261.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944.  On 13 June 1952  while leaving Portland harbour, she put her stern through the side of HMS Zephyr as she reversed out of her berth. Sleuth was eventually sold. She arrived at Charlestown on September 15, 1958 for breaking up. DPSNAP001  HMS/M  Snapper. P 395.  S-Class Submarine which was launched October 25, 1934 and fought in World War II. DPSOLE001  HMS/M  Solent.  P 262.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1944. She spent most of her career in the Pacific Far East.  She survived the Second World War, and was sold off, arriving at Troon August 1961 for breaking up. DPSOLE002  HMS/M  Solent.  P 262.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1944. She spent most of her career in the Pacific Far East.  She survived the Second World War, and was sold off, arriving at Troon August 1961 for breaking up.
DPSOVE001  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006. DPSOVE002  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006. DPSOVE003  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006. DPSOVE004  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006.
DPSOVE005  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006. DPSOVE006  HMS/M  Sovereign.  S 108.  Nuclear Powered Fleet  Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. Construction of the boat was begun on the 18th of September 1970 and she was launched on 17 February 1973.  She was decommissioned September 2006. DPSPAK001  HMS/M Spark.  P236.  S Class Submarine. Launched December 1943. She was sold October 1949 and was broken up at Faslane in October 1950. DPSPAR001  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006.
DPSPAR002  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR003  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR004  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR005  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006.
DPSPAR006  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR007  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR008  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPAR009  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006.
DPSPAR010  HMS/M  Spartan.  S 105.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure class. Launched  April 1978.  She was decommissioned in January 2006. DPSPEA001  HMS/M  Spearfish.  S 69. S Class Submarine which was launched April 21, 1936 and fought in World War II. Spearfish sailed from Rosyth July 1940,  to patrol off the Norwegian coast.  She was spotted on the surface by U 34 who attacked and sank her. There was only one survivor. DPSPED001  HMS/M  Spearhead.  P 263.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1944. She survived the Second World War and was sold to the Portuguese in August 1948 and renamed Neptuno. DPSPIR001  HMS/M  Spirit.  P 245.  S Class Submarine.  Launched July 1943. She survived the Second World War, spending most of it with the Eastern Fleet. She was eventually paid off, arriving at Ward, of Grays on July 4, 1950 for breaking up.
DPSPLE001  HMS/M  Splendid.  P 228.  S Class Submarine. She was built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on January 13 1942. Damaged by depth charges from the German destroyer Hermes on April 17 1943.  Crew scuttled her before abandoning her to prevent her capture. DPSPLE002  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE003  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE004  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts.
DPSPLE005  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE006  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE007  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE008  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts.
DPSPLE009  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE010  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE011  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE012  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts.
DPSPLE013  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE014  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE015  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE016  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts.
DPSPLE017  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE018  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE019  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE020  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts.
DPSPLE021  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE022  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPLE023  HMS/M  Splendid.  S 106.  Swiftsure-Class Nuclear Powered Hunter Killer Submarine. Launched Oct 1979.   She was decommissioned in HMNB Devonport, Plymouth in 2004 due to defence cuts. DPSPOR001  HMS/M  Sportsman.  P 229.  S Class Submarine. She was built at Chatham Dockyard and launched April 1942. She was lent to the French navy in 1951, and renamed Sibylle. She was lost off Toulon on September 24, 1951. The entire crew of 47 officers and men went down with the ship.
DPSPRI001  HMS/M  Springer.  P 264.  S Class Submarine.  Launched May 1945. She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Tanin. She was listed for disposal in 1972. DPSPRI002  HMS/M  Springer.  P 264.  S Class Submarine.  Launched May 1945. She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Tanin. She was listed for disposal in 1972 DPSPRI003  HMS/M  Springer.  P 264.  S Class Submarine.  Launched May 1945. She was sold to the Israeli Navy in 1958 and renamed Tanin. She was listed for disposal in 1972. DPSPUR001  HMS/M  Spur.  S Class Submarine. Launched November 1944. During her wartime career, Spur claimed to have sunk a total of eleven junks in the Strait of Malacca, during her service in the Far East. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy Nov 1948, where she was renamed Narval. She was broken up Oct 1969.
DPSPUR002  HMS/M  Spur.  S Class Submarine. Launched November 1944. During her wartime career, Spur claimed to have sunk a total of eleven junks in the Strait of Malacca, during her service in the Far East. She was sold to the Portuguese Navy Nov 1948, where she was renamed Narval. She was broken up Oct 1969. DPSTAR001  HMS/M  Starfish.  S 19.  S Class Submarine that was depth charged and sunk by a German minesweeper M7 at Heligoland Bight on 9 January 1940 during the Second World War. Her crew were captured. DPSTER001  HMS/M  Sterlet.  S 2.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 22, 1937 and fought in World War II.  She was possibly sunk by the German anti submarine trawlers UJ-125, UJ-126 and UJ-128 on 18 April. Alternatively, she may have struck a mine whilst returning to port. DPSTOI001  HMS/M  Stoic.  P 231.  S Class Submarine. Launched April 1943.  She was sold in July 1950 to be broken up at Dalmuir.
DPSTOI002  HMS/M  Stoic.  P 231.  S Class Submarine. Launched April 1943.  She was sold in July 1950 to be broken up at Dalmuir. DPSTOI003  HMS/M  Stoic.  P 231.  S Class Submarine. Launched April 1943.  She was sold in July 1950 to be broken up at Dalmuir. DPSTOR001  HMS/M  Storm.  P233.  S-Class Submarine. Launched May 1943. Sold in 1949 and scrapped in Troon, Scotland. DPSTOR002  HMS/M  Storm.  P 233.  S-Class Submarine. Launched May 1943. Sold in 1949 and scrapped in Troon, Scotland.
DPSTRA001  HMS/M  Stratagem.  P 234.  S Class Submarine.  Launched June 1943. Sunk by depth charging November 22, 1944. DPSTUB001  HMS/M  Stubborn.  P238.  S Class Submarine. Launched November 1942. Sunk as ASDIC target, April 30, 1946. DPSTUN001  HMS/M  Sturgeon.  73S.  S Class Submarine. Commissioned on the 15 December 1932. She was lent to the Dutch Navy from Oct 1943 to Sept 1945. During this time, she was renamed Zeehond.  She was returned to the Royal Navy and was then broken up at Granton in January 1946. DPSTUR001  HMS/M  Sturdy.  P 248.  S Class Submarine.  Launched September 1943. Sturdy was sold in July 1957. She arrived at the yards of Clayton and Davie on May 9, 1958 for breaking up.
DPSTUR002  HMS/M  Sturdy.  P248.  S Class Submarine.  Launched September 1943. Sturdy was sold in July 1957. She arrived at the yards of Clayton and Davie on May 9, 1958 for breaking up. DPSUBT001  HMS/M  Subtle.  P 251.  S Class Submarine.  Launched January 1944. She was finally sold off to be broken up in July 1959 in Charlestown. DPSUNF001  HMS/M  Sunfish.  S 81.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 1936 and fought in World War II. Sunfish was transferred to Soviet Navy in 1944 and renamed V-1. She did not spend long under Soviet command as she was bombed in error by an RAF Coastal Command Liberator off Norway during passage to Murmansk. DPSUNF002  HMS/M  Sunfish.  S 81.  S Class Submarine which was launched September 1936 and fought in World War II. Sunfish was transferred to Soviet Navy in 1944 and renamed V-1. She did not spend long under Soviet command as she was bombed in error by an RAF Coastal Command Liberator off Norway during passage to Murmansk.
DPSUPE001  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008. DPSUPE002  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008. DPSUPE003  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008. DPSUPE004  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008.
DPSUPE005  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008. DPSUPE006  HMS/M  Superb.  S 109.  Nuclear Powered Fleet Submarine of the Swiftsure Class. She was launched November 1974.   After being damaged in May 2008 in the Red Sea, she returned to Devonport where she was decommissioned slightly ahead of schedule Sept 2008. DPSURF001  HMS/M  Surf.  P 239.  S Class Submarine. Launched December 1942.  Surf survived the war and was sold Oct 1949 for breaking up. DPSWIF001  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials.
DPSWIF002  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials. DPSWIF003  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials. DPSWIF004  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials. DPSWIF005  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials.
DPSWIF006  HMS/M  Swiftsure.  S 126.  The lead ship of her class of nuclear fleet submarines. HMS Swiftsure was decommissioned in 1992 due to damage suffered to the pressure hull during trials. DPSWOR001  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S 61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DPSWOR002  HMS/M  Swordfish.  S 61.  S Class Submarine that was sunk on a combat patrol in the English Channel in November 1940 during the Second World War. It is likely that she struck a mine shortly after sailing. DPTABA001  HMS/M  Tabard.  P 342.  T Class Submarine. Launched on Nov 1945. She was the last T class boat in service with Royal Navy, albeit non-operationally. She was finally sold for scrap January 1974.
DPTABA002  HMS/M  Tabard.  P 342.  T Class Submarine. Launched on Nov 1945. She was the last T class boat in service with Royal Navy, albeit non-operationally. She was finally sold for scrap January 1974. DPTACI001  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P 334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971. DPTACI002  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P 334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971. DPTACI003  HMS/M  Taciturn.  P334. T Class Submarine.  Built as P314  launched on 7 June 1944. She survived the war and became the first ship of the class to undergo the 'Super T' conversion. Finally scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 8 August 1971.
DPTALE001  HMS/M  Talent.  S 92.  Trafalgar Class Submarine of the Royal Navy. She is the sixth of seven Trafalgar class hunter killer submarines. HMS Talent was launched by The Princess Royal in April 1988 and commissioned in May 1990. Still active 2009.. DPTALE002  HMS/M  Talent.  P 337.  T Class Submarine. She was built as P 337  and launched  July 1942. She was originally to have been named HMS Tasman, but this was changed to Talent after the previous HMS Talent was transferred to the Dutch Navy. Decommissioned in 1966. Scrapped Feb 1970. DPTALE003  HMS/M  Talent.  S 92.  Trafalgar Class Submarine of the Royal Navy. She is the sixth of seven Trafalgar class hunter killer submarines. HMS Talent was launched by The Princess Royal in April 1988 and commissioned in May 1990. Still active 2009. DPTALL001  HMS/M  Tally-Ho.  P 317 / S 87.  Submarine of the T class. Launched Dec 1942. Survived World War II and continued in service with the Royal Navy, finally being scrapped February 1967.
DPTANT001  HMS/M  Tantalus.  P 318.  Submarine of the T class. Launched  Feb 1943. Survived the war and continued in service until being scrapped Nov 1950. DPTANT002  HMS/M  Tantalus.  P 318.  Submarine of the T class. Launched  Feb 1943. Survived the war and continued in service until being scrapped Nov 1950. DPTANT003  HMS/M  Tantalus.  P 318.  Submarine of the T class. Launched  Feb 1943. Survived the war and continued in service until being scrapped Nov 1950. DPTANY001  HMS/M  Tantivy.  P 319.   T Class Submarine.  Launched  April 1943. She survived the war and continued in service with the Navy, finally being sunk as an anti-submarine target in the Cromarty Firth in 1951.
DPTAPI001  HMS/M  Tapir.  P335.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1944. Scrapped at Faslane in December 1966. DPTELE001  HMS/M  Telemachus.  P321.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 19 June 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  August 1961. DPTEMP001  HMS/M  Templar.  P316.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. She survived the war finally being used as a target and sunk in Loch Striven, Scotland in 1954. She was salvaged on 4 December 1958 and arrived at Troon, Scotland on 19 July 1959 to be scrapped. DPTERE001  HMS Teredo.  P338.  T Class Submarine.  Launched April 1945.  Scrapped June 1965.
DPTHAM001  HMS/M  Thames.  N 71.  River-Class Submarine launched in 1932 and sunk by a mine in 1940. DPTHAM002  HMS/M  Thames.  N 71.  River-Class Submarine launched in 1932 and sunk by a mine in 1940. DPTHIS001  HMS/M  Thistle.  N 24. T-Class Submarine.  Launched in October 1939. Torpedoed and sunk by U 4 10 April 1940. DPTHIS002  HMS/M  Thistle.  N 24. T-Class Submarine.  Launched in October 1939. Torpedoed and sunk by U 4 10 April 1940.
DPTHOH001  HMS/M  Thorough.  P324.  T Class Submarine. Launched Oct 1943. She survived the war finally being scrapped  June 1962. DPTHOR001  HMS/M  Thorn.  N 11.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched in March 1941. Sunk 6 August 1942. DPTHU001  HMS/M  Thule.  P 325.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war finally being scrapped September 1962. DPTHU002  HMS/M  Thule.  P 325.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war finally being scrapped September 1962.
DPTHUL001  HMS/M  Thule.  P 325.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war finally being scrapped September 1962. DPTHUL002  HMS/M  Thule.  P 325.  T Class Submarine. Launched October 1942. Survived the war finally being scrapped September 1962. DPTIGR001  HMS/M  Tigris.  N63.  T-Class Submarine.  She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched in October 1939.  Tigris was most likely sunk on 27 February by UJ-2210. DPTIPT001  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built.
DPTIPT002  HMS/M  Tiptoe.  P332/S32.  T Class Submarine. Launched on 25 February 1944.  Underwent conversion and modernisation 1951-56 and renumbered S32.  Tiptoe was the last active T-class submarine in the Royal Navy. She was sold in 1971 and scrapped at Portsmouth in 1979. Shown as built.. DPTIRE001  HMS/M  Tireless.  P327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modfernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown as built. DPTIRE002  HMS/M  Tireless.  P 327S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modfernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Shown as built. DPTIRE003  HMS/M  Tireless.  P 327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945.  Underwent modfernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Pictured after modification and modernisation.
DPTIRE004  HMS/M  Tireless.  P 327/S27.  T-Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943 and completed on 18 April 1945. Underwent modfernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S27.  She remained in service until August 1963 when she was put on the sale list. She was broken up during 1968. Pictured after modification and modernisation. DPTIRE005  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009. DPTIRE006  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009. DPTIRE007  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009.
DPTIRE008  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009. DPTIRE009  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009. DPTIRE010  HMS/M  Tireless.  S 88.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched  March 1984 and commissioned in October 1985. Still active 2009. DPTOKE001  HMS/M  Token.  P328/S28.   T Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S28.  Scrapped at Cairn Ryan in March 1970.
DPTOKE002  HMS/M  Token.  P328/S28.   T Class Submarine.  Launched March 1943.  Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56 and renumbered S28.  Scrapped at Cairn Ryan in March 1970. DPTORB001  HMS/M  Torbay.  N 79.  T-Class Submarine. She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched on 9 April 1940. Sold for breaking November 1945, scrapped March 1947. DPTORB002  HMS/M  Torbay.  N 79.  T-Class Submarine. She was laid down at Chatham Dockyard and launched on 9 April 1940. Sold for breaking November 1945, scrapped March 1947. DPTORB003  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service.
DPTORB004  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB005  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB006  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB007  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service.
DPTORB008  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB009  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB010  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service. DPTORB011  HMS/M  Torbay.  S 90.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine Launched 1985 and currently in service.
DPTOTE001  HMS/M  Totem.  P352.  T Class Submarine. Launched Sept 1943. Underwent modernisation and conversion 1951-56.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Dakar. She sank whilst on passage from the United Kingdom to Israel in January 1968.  Shown after conversion. DPTRAD001  HMS/M  Tradewind.  P329.  T Class Submarine  Launched December 1942. She was eventually scrapped at Charlestown on 14 December 1955. DPTRAF001  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF002  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service.
DPTRAF003  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF004  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF005  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF006  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service.
DPTRAF007  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF008  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF009  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service. DPTRAF010  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service.
DPTREN001  HMS/M  Trenchant. S 91.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine. Launched on 3 November 1986, and commissioned 14 January 1989. Currently in service 2009.  . DPTRES001  HMS/M  Trespasser. P 312.  T Class Submarine.  Launched May 1942. She survived the war. Scrapped  September 1961. DPTRIU001  HMS/M  Triumph.  S 93.  Trafalgar-Class Fleet Submarine Launched in 1990 and currently in service. DPTRIU002  HMS/M  Triumph.  S 93.  Trafalgar-Class Fleet Submarine Launched in 1990 and currently in service.
DPTRIU003  HMS/M  Triumph.  S 93.  Trafalgar-Class Fleet Submarine Launched in 1990 and currently in service. DPTRIU004  HMS/M  Triumph.  S 93.  Trafalgar-Class Fleet Submarine Launched in 1990 and currently in service. DPTRUC001  HMS/M  Truculent.  P315.  T Class Submarine.  Launched September 1942.  Accidentally sunk 12 January 1950. She was refloated on 23 March 1950 then sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 May 1950. DPTRUN001  HMS/M  Truncheon.  P 353.  T Class Submarine. Launched Feb 1944.  She was sold to Israel in 1967 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1968 as INS Dolphin.
DPTURB001  HMS/M  Turbulent.  N98. T-Class Submarine.  Launched in May 1942. It is thought that Turbulent fell victim to a mine off Maddalena, Sardinia March 1943. DPTURB002  HMS/M  Turbulent.  S 87.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1982.  She is still in service and is based at the naval base at HMNB Devonport and is set to be decommissioned in 2011. DPTURB003  HMS/M  Turbulent.  S 87.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1982.  She is still in service and is based at the naval base at HMNB Devonport and is set to be decommissioned in 2011. DPTURB004  HMS/M  Turbulent.  S 87.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1982.  She is still in service and is based at the naval base at HMNB Devonport and is set to be decommissioned in 2011.
DPTURB005  HMS/M  Turbulent.  S 87.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1982.  She is still in service and is based at the naval base at HMNB Devonport and is set to be decommissioned in 2011. DPTURB006  HMS/M  Turbulent.  S 87.  Trafalgar Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1982.  She is still in service and is based at the naval base at HMNB Devonport and is set to be decommissioned in 2011. DPTURP001  HMS/M  Turpin.  P354.  T Class Submarine.  Launched August 1943.  She was sold to Israel in 1965 and commissioned into the Israeli Sea Corps in 1967 as INS Leviathan. DPUNDI001  HMS/M  Undine.  N 48.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Oct 1937.  She was Commissioned on 21 August 1938. Sunk 7 January 1940.
DPUNDI002  HMS/M  Undine.  N 48.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Oct 1937.  She was Commissioned on 21 August 1938. Sunk 7 January 1940 DPUNDI003  HMS/M  Undine.  N 48.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Oct 1937.  She was Commissioned on 21 August 1938. Sunk 7 January 1940. DPUNIC001  HMS/M  Unicorn.  S 43.  Upholder-Class Submarine launched in 1992. She was sold to Canada in 2001 and renamed HMCS Windsor. DPUNIT001  HMS/M  United.  P 44.  U-Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1941.  She survived the war and was scrapped at Troon from 12 February 1946.
DPUNIT002  HMS/M  United.  P 44.  U-Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1941.  She survived the war and was scrapped at Troon from 12 February 1946. DPUNIT003  HMS/M  United.  P 44.  U-Class Submarine.  Launched Dec 1941.  She survived the war and was scrapped at Troon from 12 February 1946. DPUNRI001  HMS/M  Unrivalled.  P 45.  U-Class Submarine.Launched Feb 1942. She survived the war and was scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales from 22 January 1946. DPUNRU001  HMS/M  Unruly.  P 49.  U-Class Submarine.  Launched July 1942.  She survived the war and was scrapped at Troon in February 1946.
DPUNSE001  HMS/M  Unseen.  S 41.  U Class Submarine.  Launched Nov 1989.  Sold to Canada as HMCS Victoria in 1998.  In active servive as of 2009. DPUNTI001  HMS/M  Untiring.  P 59.  U-Class Submarine. Launched Jan 1943.  After the war, she was loaned to the Greek Navy and renamed Xifias. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1952. Sunk as ASDIC target 25 July 1957. DPUNTI002  HMS/M  Untiring.  P 59.  U-Class Submarine. Launched Jan 1943.  After the war, she was loaned to the Greek Navy and renamed Xifias. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1952. Sunk as ASDIC target 25 July 1957 DPUNTY001  HMS/M  Unity.  N 66.  U Class Submarine.  She was laid down on 19 February 1937 and was commissioned on 5 October 1938. Sunk 29 April 1940.
DPUPHO001  HMS/M  Upholder.  S 40.  Lead boat of the Upholder Class.  Launched in 1986. Decommissioned in April 1994.  Sold in 1998 to the Canadian Navy and she was recommissioned as HMCS Chicoutimi. DPUPHO002  HMS/M  Upholder.  S 40.  Lead boat of the Upholder Class.  Launched in 1986. Decommissioned in April 1994.  Sold in 1998 to the Canadian Navy and she was recommissioned as HMCS Chicoutimi DPUPHO003  HMS/M  Upholder.  S 40.  Lead boat of the Upholder Class.  Launched in 1986. Decommissioned in April 1994.  Sold in 1998 to the Canadian Navy and she was recommissioned as HMCS Chicoutimi DPUV11C001  U-Boat Type V11c in Millbay late 1940's.
DPUV11C002  U-Boat Type V11c (number unknown) DPV1001  HMS/M V1.  Launched July 1914. Sold for scrapping in November 1921. DPVALI001  HMS/M  Valiant.  S 102.  Launched in 1963. Nuclear-Powered Submarine, the lead boat of her class. She was paid off in 1994. DPVAMP001  HMS/M  Vampire.  P 72.  V-Class submarine.  Launched on 20 July 1943. The submarine operated during the late stages of World War II, and earned the battle honour "Aegean 1944". The submarine was decommissioned after the war and was broken up for scrap at Gateshead in March 1950.
DPVAND001  HMS/M  Vandal.  P 64.  U-Class Submarine.  Launched Nov 1942.  The submarine had the shortest career of any Royal Navy submarine, being lost with all 37 onboard just four days after commissioning. DPVANG001  HMS/M  Vanguard.  S 28.  Lead boat of her class of Trident ballistic missile-armed submarines. The sub is based at HMNB Clyde, Faslane. Still in service 2009. DPVANG002  HMS/M  Vanguard.  S 28.  Lead boat of her class of Trident ballistic missile-armed submarines. The sub is based at HMNB Clyde, Faslane. Still in service 2009. DPVENG001  HMS/M  Vengeance.  S 31.  Vanguard Class Submarine. Vengeance carries the Trident ballistic missile, the UK's nuclear deterrent. Still in service 2009.
DPVENG002  HMS/M  Vengeance.  S 31.  Vanguard Class Submarine. Vengeance carries the Trident ballistic missile, the UK's nuclear deterrent. Still in service 2009. DPVICT001  HMS/M   Victorious.  S 29.  Vanguard Class Submarine.   Victorious carries the Trident ballistic missile, the UK's nuclear deterrent.  Still in service 2009. DPVICT002  HMS/M   Victorious.  S 29.  Vanguard Class Submarine.   Victorious carries the Trident ballistic missile, the UK's nuclear deterrent.  Still in service 2009. DPVIGI001  HMS/M  Vigilant.  S 30.   Vanguard Class ssubmarine  Commissioned in November 1996 and currently in service.
DPW2001  HMS/M W2.  W Class Submarine.  Launched 15th February 1915.  Sold to Italy 23rd August 1916. DPWALR001  HMS/M  Walrus.  S 08.  Porpoise Class Submarine.  Launched on 22 September 1959. She was sold in 1987 to be refitted for resale. Broken up 1991. DPWALR002  HMS/M  Walrus.  S 08.  Porpoise Class Submarine.  Launched on 22 September 1959. She was sold in 1987 to be refitted for resale. Broken up 199 DPWALR003  HMS/M  Walrus.  S 08.  Porpoise Class Submarine.  Launched on 22 September 1959. She was sold in 1987 to be refitted for resale. Broken up 199
DPWALR004  HMS/M  Walrus.  S 08.  Porpoise Class Submarine.  Launched on 22 September 1959. She was sold in 1987 to be refitted for resale. Broken up 199 DPWALR005  HMS/M  Walrus.  S 08.  Porpoise Class Submarine.  Launched on 22 September 1959. She was sold in 1987 to be refitted for resale. Broken up 199 DPWARS001  HMS/M  Warspite.  S 103.   Valiant Class Nuclear-Powered Submarine.  Launched in 1965 and decommissioned in 1991. She is currently awaiting disposal. DPWARS002  HMS/M  Warspite.  S 103.   Valiant Class Nuclear-Powered Submarine.  Launched in 1965 and decommissioned in 1991. She is currently awaiting disposal.
DPWARS003  HMS/M  Warspite.  S 103.   Valiant Class Nuclear-Powered Submarine.  Launched in 1965 and decommissioned in 1991. She is currently awaiting disposal. DPX1001  HMS/M  X1.  Conceived and designed as a Submersible Commerce Raider for the Royal Navy, and at the time of her launching was the largest submarine in the world. Placed in Reserve after 1930 and finally scrapped December 1936. DPX1002  HMS/M  X1.  Conceived and designed as a Submersible Commerce Raider for the Royal Navy, and at the time of her launching was the largest submarine in the world. Placed in Reserve after 1930 and finally scrapped December 1936. DPXE7001  HMS/M XE7.  Midget Submarine ? built by Thomas Broadbent and Sons, scrapped 1952 .
DPXSHRI001  HMS/M  X52.  Shrimp.  X50 Class Midget Submarine.  The X-50 series, were built in 1951/2. DPXSTIC001  HMS/M  X51.  Stickleback.  X50 Class Midget Submarine.  The X-50 series, were built in 1951/2. PBTRA001  HMS/M  Trafalgar.  S 107.  Trafalgar Class Nuclear Submarine.  Launched in 1981 and currently in service.