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Photo # 19-N-23818:  USS Grampus off Groton, Connecticut, 26 March 1941

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U.S. NAVY SHIPS -- Listed by Hull Number

SS -- Submarines, numbered from SS 200 through SS 399


This page provides the hull numbers of all U.S. Navy submarines numbered in the SS series from SS-200 through SS-399, with links to those ships with photos available in the Online Library.

For coverage of other hull numbers in the "SS" series, see:

  • SS -- Submarines.


    See the list below to locate photographs of individual submarines.

    If the submarine you want does not have an active link on this page, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.


    Left Column -- Submarines numbered
    SS-200 through SS-299:

    • SS-200: Thresher (1940-1948)
    • SS-201: Triton (1940-1943)
    • SS-202: Trout (1940-1944)
    • SS-203: Tuna (1941-1948)

    • SS-204: Mackerel (1941-1947)
    • SS-205: Marlin (1941-1946)

    • SS-206: Gar (1941-1959)
    • SS-207: Grampus (1941-1943)
    • SS-208: Grayback (1941-1944)
    • SS-209: Grayling (1941-1943)
    • SS-210: Grenadier (1941-1943)
    • SS-211: Gudgeon (1941-1944)

    • SS-212: Gato (1941-1960)
    • SS-213: Greenling (1942-1960)
    • SS-214: Grouper (1942-1970),
      later SSK-214 & AGSS-214
    • SS-215: Growler (1942-1944)
    • SS-216: Grunion (1942-1942)
    • SS-217: Guardfish (1942-1961)
    • SS-218: Albacore (1942-1944)
    • SS-219: Amberjack (1942-1943)

    • SS-220: Barb (1942-1954)
    • SS-221: Blackfish (1942-1959)
    • SS-222: Bluefish (1943-1960)
    • SS-223: Bonefish (1943-1945)
    • SS-224: Cod (1943-1975),
      later AGSS-224 & IXSS-224
    • SS-225: Cero (1943-1970),
      later AGSS-225
    • SS-226: Corvina (1943-1943)
    • SS-227: Darter (1943-1944)
    • SS-228: Drum (1941-1969),
      later AGSS-228
    • SS-229: Flying Fish (1941-1959),
      later AGSS-229

    • SS-230: Finback (1942-1959)
    • SS-231: Haddock (1942-1960)
    • SS-232: Halibut (1942-1947)
    • SS-233: Herring (1942-1944)
    • SS-234: Kingfish (1942-1960)
    • SS-235: Shad (1942-1960)
    • SS-236: Silversides (1941-1973),
      later AGSS-236
    • SS-237: Trigger (1942-1945)
    • SS-238: Wahoo (1942-1943)
    • SS-239: Whale (1942-1960)

    • SS-240: Angler (1943-1974), later SSK-240, AGSS-240 & IXSS-240
    • SS-241: Bashaw (1943-1972),
      later SSK-241 & AGSS-241
    • SS-242: Bluegill (1943-1970),
      later SSK-242 & AGSS-242
    • SS-243: Bream (1944-1969),
      later SSK-243 & AGSS-243
    • SS-244: Cavalla (1944-1971),
      later SSK-244 & AGSS-244
    • SS-245: Cobia (1944-1970),
      later AGSS-245
    • SS-246: Croaker (1944-1976), later SSK-246, AGSS-246 & IXSS-246
    • SS-247: Dace (1943-1955)
    • SS-248: Dorado (1943-1943)
    • SS-249: Flasher (1943-1963)

    • SS-250: Flier (1943-1944)
    • SS-251: Flounder (1943-1959)
    • SS-252: Gabilan (1943-1959)
    • SS-253: Gunnel (1942-1959)
    • SS-254: Gurnard (1942-1961)
    • SS-255: Haddo (1942-1959)
    • SS-256: Hake (1942-1972),
      later AGSS-256
    • SS-257: Harder (1942-1944)
    • SS-258: Hoe (1943-1960)
    • SS-259: Jack (1943-1958)

    • SS-260: Lapon (1943-1957)
    • SS-261: Mingo (1943-1955)
    • SS-262: Muskallunge (1943-1957)
    • SS-263: Paddle (1943-1957)
    • SS-264: Pargo (1943-1961)
    • SS-265: Peto (1942-1960)
    • SS-266: Pogy (1943-1959)
    • SS-267: Pompon (1943-1960),
      later SSR-267
    • SS-268: Puffer (1943-1960)
    • SS-269: Rasher (1943-1974), later SSR-269, AGSS-269 & IXSS-269

    • SS-270: Raton (1943-1973),
      later SSR-270 & AGSS-270
    • SS-271: Ray (1943-1960),
      later SSR-271
    • SS-272: Redfin (1943-1971),
      later SSR-272 & AGSS-272
    • SS-273: Robalo (1943-1944)
    • SS-274: Rock (1943-1972),
      later SSR-274 & AGSS-274
    • SS-275: Runner (1942-1943)
    • SS-276: Sawfish (1942-1960)
    • SS-277: Scamp (1942-1944)
    • SS-278: Scorpion (1942-1944)
    • SS-279: Snook (1942-1945)

    • SS-280: Steelhead (1942-1961)
    • SS-281: Sunfish (1942-1960)
    • SS-282: Tunny (1942-1970),
      later SSG-282, APSS-282 & LPSS-282
    • SS-283: Tinosa (1942-1960)
    • SS-284: Tullibee (1943-1944)

    • SS-285: Balao (1943-1963),
      later AGSS-285
    • SS-286: Billfish (1943-1971),
      later AGSS-286
    • SS-287: Bowfin (1943-1979),
      later AGSS-287 & IXSS-287
    • SS-288: Cabrilla (1943-1972),
      later AGSS-288
    • SS-289: Capelin (1943-1943)

    • SS-290: Cisco (1943-1943)
    • SS-291: Crevalle (1943-1971),
      later AGSS-291
    • SS-292: Devilfish (1944-1968),
      later AGSS-292
    • SS-293: Dragonet (1944-1961)
    • SS-294: Escolar (1944-1944)
    • SS-295: Hackleback (1944-1968),
      later AGSS-295
    • SS-296: Lancetfish (1945-1959)
    • SS-297: Ling (1945-1972),
      later AGSS-297 & IXSS-297
    • SS-298: Lionfish (1944-1972),
      later AGSS-298 & IXSS-298
    • SS-299: Manta (1944-1969),
      later AGSS-299

    Right Column -- Submarines numbered
    SS-300 through SS-399:

    • SS-300: Moray (1945-1970),
      later AGSS-300
    • SS-301: Roncador (1945-1973),
      later AGSS-301 & IXSS-301
    • SS-302: Sabalo (1945-circa 1985)
    • SS-303: Sablefish (1945-1971)
    • SS-304: Seahorse (1943-1968),
      later AGSS-304
    • SS-305: Skate (1943-1948)
    • SS-306: Tang (1943-1944)
    • SS-307: Tilefish (1943-1960)
    • SS-308: Apogon (1943-1946)
    • SS-309: Aspro (1943-1962),
      later AGSS-309

    • SS-310: Batfish (1943-1972),
      later AGSS-310
    • SS-311: Archerfish (1943-1968),
      later AGSS-311
    • SS-312: Burrfish (1943-1961),
      later SSR-312
    • SS-313: Perch (1944-1973), later
      SSP-313, ASSP-313, APSS-313, LPSS-313 & IXSS-313
    • SS-314: Shark (1944-1944)
    • SS-315: Sealion (1944-1978), later
      SSP-315, ASSP-315, APSS-315 & LPSS-315
    • SS-316: Barbel (1944-1945)
    • SS-317: Barbero (1944-1964), later
      SSA-317, ASSA-317 & SSG-317
    • SS-318: Baya (1944-1973),
      later AGSS-318
    • SS-319: Becuna (1944-1976),
      later AGSS-319

    • SS-320: Bergall (1944-1958)
    • SS-321: Besugo (1944-1966),
      later AGSS-321
    • SS-322: Blackfin (1944-1973)
    • SS-323: Caiman (1944-1972)
    • SS-324: Blenny (1944-1989),
      later AGSS-324
    • SS-325: Blower (1944-1950)
    • SS-326: Blueback (1944-1948)
    • SS-327: Boarfish (1944-1948)
    • SS-328: Charr (1944-1972),
      later AGSS-328 & IXSS-328
    • SS-329: Chub (1944-1948)

    • SS-330: Brill (1944-1948)
    • SS-331: Bugara (1944-1971),
      later AGSS-331
    • SS-332: Bullhead (1944-1945)
    • SS-333: Bumper (1944-1950)
    • SS-334: Cabezon (1944-1971),
      later AGSS-334
    • SS-335: Dentuda (1944-1969),
      later AGSS-335
    • SS-336: Capitaine (1945-1966),
      later AGSS-336
    • SS-337: Carbonero (1945-1975),
      later AGSS-337
    • SS-338: Carp (1945-1973),
      later AGSS-338 & IXSS-338
    • SS-339: Catfish (1945-1971)

    • SS-340: Entemedor (1945-1972)
    • SS-341: Chivo (1945-1971)
    • SS-342: Chopper (1945-1976),
      later AGSS-342 & IXSS-342
    • SS-343: Clamagore (1945-1981)
    • SS-344: Cobbler (1945-1973)
    • SS-345: Cochino (1945-1949)
    • SS-346: Corporal (1945-1973)
    • SS-347: Cubera (1945-1972)
    • SS-348: Cusk (1946-1972),
      later SSG-348 & AGSS-348
    • SS-349: Diodon (1946-1972)

    • SS-350: Dogfish (1946-1972)
    • SS-351: Greenfish (1946-1973)
    • SS-352: Halfbeak (1946-1972)
    • SS-353: Dugong (construction cancelled, July-October 1944)
    • SS-354: Eel (construction cancelled, July-October 1944)
    • SS-355: Espada (construction cancelled, July-October 1944)
    • SS-356: Jawfish (construction cancelled, July 1944)
    • SS-357: Ono (construction cancelled, July 1944)
    • SS-358: Garlopa (construction cancelled, July 1944)
    • SS-359: Garrupa (construction cancelled, July 1944)
    • SS-360: Goldring (construction cancelled, July 1944)

    • SS-361: Golet (1943-1944)
    • SS-362: Guavina (1943-1967), later SSO-362, AGSS-362 & AOSS-362
    • SS-363: Guitarro (1944-1954)
    • SS-364: Hammerhead (1944-1954)

    • SS-365: Hardhead (1944-1972)
    • SS-366: Hawkbill (1944-1953)
    • SS-367: Icefish (1944-1953)
    • SS-368: Jallao (1944-1974)
    • SS-369: Kete (1944-1945)

    • SS-370: Kraken (1944-1959)
    • SS-371: Lagarto (1944-1945)
    • SS-372: Lamprey (1944-1960)
    • SS-373: Lizardfish (1944-1960)
    • SS-374: Loggerhead (1945-1969),
      later AGSS-374
    • SS-375: Macabi (1945-1960)
    • SS-376: Mapiro (1945-1960)
    • SS-377: Menhaden (1945-1976)
    • SS-378: Mero (1945-1960)
    • SS-379: Needlefish (construction cancelled, July 1944)

    • SS-380: Nerka (construction cancelled, July 1944)
    • SS-381: Sand Lance (1943-1963)
    • SS-382: Picuda (1943-1972)
    • SS-383: Pampanito (1943-1975),
      later AGSS-383 & IXSS-383
    • SS-384: Parche (1943-1970),
      later AGSS-384
    • SS-385: Bang (1943-1972)
    • SS-386: Pilotfish (1943-1946)
    • SS-387: Pintado (1944-1969),
      later AGSS-387
    • SS-388: Pipefish (1944-1969),
      later AGSS-388
    • SS-389: Piranha (1944-1970),
      later AGSS-389

    • SS-390: Plaice (1944-1963)
    • SS-391: Pomfret (1944-1971)
    • SS-392: Sterlet (1944-1969)
    • SS-393: Queenfish (1944-1963)
    • SS-394: Razorback (1944-1970)
    • SS-395: Redfish (1944-1969),
      later AGSS-395
    • SS-396: Ronquil (1944-1971)
    • SS-397: Scabbardfish (1944-1965)
    • SS-398: Segundo (1944-1970)
    • SS-399: Sea Cat (1944-1973),
      later AGSS-399

    For coverage of other hull numbers in the "SS" series, see:

  • SS -- Submarines.


    To the best of our knowledge, the pictures provided in the "Online Library of Selected Images" are all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded and used for any purpose.

    If you want higher resolution reproductions than the Online Library's digital images, see: "How to Obtain Photographic Reproductions."


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