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Bottsand-class oil recovery ship

The Bottsand -class oil recovery ships of the German Navy are intended for seawater pollution control. The twin hull ships feature a bow which can be opened by 65 degrees. This creates an area of more than 40 m 2 to collect oil-polluted seawater. ...

                                               

Auxiliary ship classes of the United States Navy

                                               

Auxiliary depot ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary harbour ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary icebreaker classes

                                               

Auxiliary repair ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary replenishment ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary research ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary search and rescue ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary surveillance ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary tender classes

                                               

Auxiliary training ship classes

                                               

Auxiliary transport ship classes

                                               

A-class submarine

A-class submarine may refer to one of these classes of submarine: Havmanden -class submarine 1911, a class of six built for the Royal Danish Navy, 1911–1914 I-12 -class submarine Type A2 submarine Amphion -class submarine also called the Archeron ...

                                               

A-class submarine (1903)

The A class was the Royal Navys first class of British-designed submarines. Thirteen were built by Vickers at Barrow-in-Furness between 1902 and 1905 as an improvement on the US Plunger class.

                                               

Danish A class submarine

                                               

Type A submarine

The Cruiser submarine Type-A was a class of submarine in the Imperial Japanese Navy, which served during the Second World War. The Type-A submarines were built to take a role of the command ships for submarine squadrons. For this reason they had ...

                                               

AA-1-class submarine

The AA-1 class was a class of three experimental submarines of the United States Navy, built toward the end of World War I, between 1916 and 1919, intended to produce a high-speed fleet submarine. The design was not a success and none of the subm ...

                                               

Albacora-class submarine

The Albacora class was a diesel-electric attack submarine developed for the Portuguese Navy based on the French Daphne class. In 1964, the Portuguese government ordered the construction of four of this class at the Dubigeon-Normandie Shipyard to ...

                                               

Amphion-class submarine

The Amphion class of British diesel-electric submarines were designed for use in the Pacific War. Only two were completed before the end of hostilities, but following modernisation in the 1950s, they continued to serve in the Royal Navy into the ...

                                               

Archer-class submarine

The Archer class submarines are a class of two diesel-electric submarines in active service with the Republic of Singapore Navy. Originally launched as the Swedish Navy Vastergotland class submarines HMS Halsingland and HMS Vastergotland in 1986 ...

                                               

Arethuse-class submarine

The Arethuse class were submarines built for the French Navy in the 1950s. They were designed as attack submarines for anti-submarine warfare and were referred to as Sous-marins de Chasse by the French Navy. These submarines had advanced sensors ...

                                               

Arihant-class submarine

The Arihant class is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines being built for the Indian Navy. They were developed under the ₹ 90.000 crore Advanced Technology Vessel project to design and build nuclear-powered submarines. The vess ...

                                               

Type B submarine

The Cruiser submarine Type-B was a class of submarine in the Imperial Japanese Navy which served during World War II. The Type-B submarines were similar to the Type-A apart from not having the headquarters installation.

                                               

B-class submarine

B-class submarine may refer to the following The Japanese Type B submarine, a class of submarine in the Imperial Japanese Navy IJN which served during World War II British B-class submarine, a class of eleven submarines launched in 1904–1906 for ...

                                               

Barbel-class submarine

The Barbel -class submarines, the last diesel-electric propelled attack submarines built by the United States Navy, incorporated numerous, radical engineering improvements over previous classes. They were the first production warships built with ...

                                               

United States Barracuda-class submarine (1951)

The Barracuda -class submarines were the product of Project Kayo, a research and development effort begun immediately after World War II by the United States Navy to "solve the problem of using submarines to attack and destroy enemy submarines." ...

                                               

Bars-class submarine (1915)

The Bars class were a group of submarines built for the Imperial Russian Navy during World War I. A total of 24 boats were built between 1914 and 1917. A number of them saw action during the First World War, and three were lost in the conflict. T ...

                                               

British D-class submarine

The D-class submarine was the Royal Navys first class of submarines capable of operating significantly beyond coastal waters. They were also the first boats to be fitted with wireless transmitters. Ten were laid down between 1907 and 1910, though ...

                                               

British C-class submarine

The British C-class submarines were the last class of petrol engined submarines of the Royal Navy and marked the end of the development of the Holland class in the Royal Navy. Thirty-eight were constructed between 1905 and 1910 and they served th ...

                                               

United States C-class submarine

The C-class submarines were five United States Navy submarines built by the Fore River Shipbuilding Company in Quincy, Massachusetts, under a subcontract from the Electric Boat Company. Built between 1906 and 1909, and in commission from 1908 to ...

                                               

Type C submarine

The Cruiser submarine Type-C was one of the first classes of submarine in the Imperial Japanese Navy to serve during the Second World War. Type-C submarines were better armed than the Type-A and Type-B. The Type-C s were also utilized as Kō-hyōte ...

                                               

Cachalot-class submarine

The Cachalot -class submarines were a pair of medium-sized submarines of the United States Navy built under the tonnage limits of the London Naval Treaty of 1930. They were originally named V-8 and V-9, and so were known as "V-boats" even though ...

                                               

CC-class submarine

The CC-class submarine was the first class of submarines used by the Royal Canadian Navy. Designed as diesel-electric submarines for use as coastal defence, they were originally purchased by the province of British Columbia from a shipbuilder in ...

                                               

Challenger-class submarine

The Challenger class is one of the submarine classes of the Singapore Navy. They are extensively modernized versions of ex- Sjoormen class submarines. Challenger and Centurion were retired in 2015.

                                               

Chang Bogo-class submarine

The Chang Bogo -class submarine is a variant of the Type 209 diesel-electric attack submarine initially developed by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft of Germany, intended for service with the South Korean Navy and Indonesian Navy. A Daewoo -upgraded ...

                                               

Collins-class submarine

                                               

United States D-class submarine

The United States D-class submarines were a trio of submarines built for the United States Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. All three ships served during World War I providing training for crews and officers on the US East Coast, bef ...

                                               

D-class submarine

D-class submarine may refer to: I-373 -class submarine Type D2 submarine British D-class submarine Spanish D-class submarine I-361 -class submarine Type D1 submarine United States D-class submarine Japanese Type D submarine, two classes submarines

                                               

Daphne-class submarine

The Daphne -class submarine was a class of the diesel-electric powered submarines designed and constructed by the French defense contractor, DCNS, for the French Navy in 1964. Marketed by the French government for the export market, the Daphne de ...

                                               

DeepFlight Merlin

DeepFlight Merlin is a personal submarine by Hawkes Ocean Technologies, part of the DeepFlight line of submersibles. The positively buoyant submersible was designed by Graham Hawkes. The Merlin was the first winged open-cockpit submarine availabl ...

                                               

Dolfijn-class submarine

The Dolfijn -class submarines of the Royal Netherlands Navy are a class of four submarines; Dolfijn, Zeehond, Potvis and Tonijn. They were built in the late 1950s and the early 1960s. They were the first indigenous submarines built in the Netherl ...

                                               

British E-class submarine

The British E-class submarines started out as improved versions of the British D-class submarine. The E class served with the Royal Navy throughout World War I as the backbone of the submarine fleet. The last surviving E class submarines were wit ...

                                               

Echo-class submarine

The Echo class were nuclear cruise missile submarines of the Soviet Navy built during the 1960s. Their Soviet designation was Project 659 for the first five vessels, and Project 675 for the following twenty-nine. Their NATO reporting names were E ...

                                               

Ethan Allen-class submarine

The Ethan Allen class of fleet ballistic missile submarine was an evolutionary development from the George Washington class. The Ethan Allen, together with the George Washington, Lafayette, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin classes comprised t ...

                                               

United States F-class submarine

The F-class submarines were a group of four submarines designed for the United States Navy by Electric Boat in 1909. F-1 and F-2 were built by Union Iron Works in San Francisco, while F-3 and F-4 were built by Moran Bros. in Seattle, Washington.

                                               

British F-class submarine

The F class submarine was built for the Royal Navy as a coastal submarine based on the doubled hulled V class submarine with very few minor improvements. The only important improvement was the addition of a stern torpedo tube. The F class were or ...

                                               

British G-class submarine

The Royal Navys G -class of diesel/electric submarines were launched between 1914 and 1917, and intended for operations in the North Sea and German Bight in World War I against German U-boats.

                                               

United States G-class submarine

The G-class submarines were a class of four United States Navy submarines. While the four G boats were nominally all of a class, they differed enough in significant details that they are sometimes considered to be four unique boats, each in a cla ...

                                               

George Washington-class submarine

The George Washington class was a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines deployed by the United States Navy. The George Washington, along with the later Ethan Allen, Lafayette, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin classes, comprise ...

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