List of lost Russian or Soviet submarines

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These Russian or Soviet submarines either suffered extensive crew casualties or were entirely lost to enemy action or to "storm or perils of the sea." A dagger (†) indicates that the boat was lost.

This list is not known to be complete.

According to the U.S. Navy, "The former Soviet Union secretly disposed of about 16 submarines by sinking them in the northern oceans." [1]

See also the list of Russian or Soviet submarines.

Before the Russian Revolution[edit]

Before World War II[edit]

  • Щ-103 (1935, storm)
  • Д-1 (1940, sea trials)
  • C-2 (1940, Winter war)


During World War II[edit]

1941[edit]

Baltic Fleet
  • Л-2
  • С-1 (scuttled)
  • С-3 (scuttled)
  • С-5
  • С-6
  • С-8
  • С-10
  • С-11
  • Калев
  • Щ-301
  • Ронис (scuttled)
  • Спидола (scuttled)
Black Sea Fleet
  • Д-6 (scuttled)
  • C-34
  • Щ-204
  • Щ-206
Northern Fleet
Pacific Fleet
  • Л-16

1942[edit]

Baltic fleet
  • С-7
  • Щ-302
  • Щ-304
  • Щ-305
  • Щ-306
  • Щ-308
  • Щ-311
Black sea fleet
  • С-32
Pacific fleet
  • Щ-138
Northern fleet
  • Д-3
  • Л-24
  • К-2
  • К-23
  • Щ-405

1943[edit]

Baltic fleet
  • С-9
  • С-12
Black sea fleet
  • Щ-203
Northern fleet
  • К-1
  • К-3
  • К-22
  • С-55
  • Щ-406
  • Щ-408

1944[edit]

  • Л-6
  • Л-25
  • С-54

1945[edit]

  • С-4
  • Л-19

After World War II[edit]

After the fall of the Soviet Union[edit]

The Komsomolets Nuclear Submarine Memorial Society aids the dependents of sailors lost in these disasters.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Virginian-Pilot, The. "Nuclear ships: Millions to build, and now millions to trash". Virginian-Pilot. Retrieved 2018-03-21.