Royal Canadian Navy Submarines
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Victoria Class (British Upholder Class) LOA 230′ / 70.1 m TDISP 2,400 tons submerged (4 active)
Oberon Class attack submarine (SS) LOA 295′ / 89.9 m 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 2002
HMCS Onondaga SS-73 (1967 – 2000) museum boat at Rimouski QC since 2009
HMCS Grilse SS-71 (1961-1969) Balao Class attack submarine LOA 312′ / 95m TDISP 2,400 tons submerged. prior service as USS Burrfish SS-312 (1943-1961), six war patrols and decorated Pacific War WW2 service.
HMCS Rainbow SS-75 (1968-1974) Tench Class attack submarine LOA 312′ / 95m TDISP 2,415 tons submerged. prior service as USS Argonaut SS-475 (1945-1968) scrapped 1977.