Royal Canadian Navy Submarines
Victoria Class (British Upholder Class) LOA 230′ TDISP 2,400 tons submerged (4 active)
Oberon Class attack submarine (SS) LOA 295′ TDISP 2,400 tons submerged (3 commissioned into RCN service, all retired, 2 now museum boats, a further 2 boats, HM Submarines Olympus and Osiris. Olympus was used for stationary training in Halifax, while Osiris was shipped in parts for spares.) In the late 1970s-1980s, the SOUP (Submarine Operational Update Program) was a major modernization of the Oberon class, that allowed the submarines to continue to serve in their role to the end of the 1990s.
HMCS Ojibwa SS-72 (1965 – 1998) museum boat Port Burwell ON since 2002HMCS Onondaga SS-73 (1967 – 2000) museum boat at Rimouski QC since 2009