No Submariners site would be complete without this link.
A website owned by Emma Taaffe
The Chatham Dockyard Oral History Project forms part of a study into the post-1945 history of the Yard. This site is intended for those who want to join in with the study, fill out a questionnaire or leave anonymous comments.
The Chatham Dockyard Historical Society is composed of about 250 members all of whom are volunteers dedicated to upholding the memory of Chatham Dockyard's contribution to serving the Royal Navy over the past four centuries.
If you are looking for Naval History then
NAVAL-HISTORY.NET is the site for you. It is packed with information on ships and crews.
The Submarine Heritage Centre details the design, build and operation of Barrow-in-Furness built Submarines since 1886.
This site is owned by Dave Hallas.
It provides an excellent reference of British Submarines from 1901 to the present day.
Repulse Reunion Association
A Web Site designed for people who served on H.M. Submarine Repulse.
Contains archive pictures and facts about the submarine and those whom served on her.
The Submarines of the Royal Netherlands Navy 1906 - 2003 This site is a must see. Lots of information on Dutch boats and the men who serve in them. Some excellent pictures and Multi-Media to view.
This site is owned and maintained by Gudmundur Helgason of Iceland. Gudmundur and his excellent team have produced this site which contains a wealth of information, photos, stories interviews and much more.
This site tells the story of the Israeli Navy Submarine Dakar. Lost with all hands in 1968. The Dakar was launched as H.M.S/m. Totem in 1943 and commissioned by the Israeli Navy in 1967. She was last seen on January 15 1968. Those who met Dakar's crew or watched as she sailed from Dolphin may wish to visit this page.
Most of the photographs on this site were "Rescued" from an unofficial "Fly Tip" rubbish site during early 1997. There were nearly 4500 in total in a variety of plastic sacks. Dave Page has used these to create this collection of Royal Navy photographs from mid 1800's to 21 Century.
Ronny Saxe of Belgium runs this site. Although Ron has never been on a Boat, he has produced this real enthusiast's site. Mostly American but well worth a visit. Ron has kindly made some images available for use on this site.
Maritime Books: Specialist publishers of books on the Royal Navy and also stock a vast range of naval books and DVDs from other publishers