Fictional Submarines - Film

Film

  • 903 - Iranian Kilo class submarine in Steel Sharks, 1996
  • USS Abraham Lincoln — frigate in Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 1954
  • Academic Vladislav Volkov — Russian research ship in Virus, 1999
  • Acheron — French Napoleonic frigate in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, 2003
  • African QueenThe African Queen, 1951 with Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn
  • AlbatrossThe Sea Hawk with Errol Flynn, 1940
  • Amindra — with shanghaied sailor from the Glencairn, torpedoed and sank in The Long Voyage Home, 1940
  • SS Andes — cruise ship in Let's Go Native, 1930
  • SS Antonia Graza — derelict Italian luxury ocean liner in Ghost Ship
  • Aquanaut 3 - experimental submarine, 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 2007
  • ArabellaCaptain Blood with Errol Flynn, 1935
  • Argo — galley Jason and the Argonauts (1963 film), Jason and the Argonauts (TV miniseries)
  • Argonauticacruise ship Deep Rising
  • USS AspenFull Fathom Five
  • HMS AvengerBilly Budd 1962
  • Batavia Queen — steamship Krakatoa, East of Java 1969
  • HMS Bedford — British Type 23 frigate in Tomorrow Never Dies 1997
  • USS Bedford (DLG-113) — The Bedford Incident (also in book version)
  • Belafonte — oceanographic research vessel, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
  • USS Belinda (APA-22) — Away All Boats, 1956 (Also appears in original novel)
  • Benthic Explorer — offshore support ship — The Abyss 1989
  • Black HawkThe Pirate of the Black Hawk (Il Pirata dello sparviero nero) 1958
  • Black Pearl (formerly HMS Wicked Wench) — slaver turned pirate ship Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • Black SwanThe Black Swan 1942
  • Brandenburg — World War II German battleship in We Dive at Dawn 1943
  • SS Britannic — cruise ship in Juggernaut
  • USS CaineThe Caine Mutiny (Also appears in written version)
  • USS Charleston - On the Beach, 2000
  • HMS Chester — British Type 23 frigate in Tomorrow Never Dies 1997
  • SSN Davies (SSN-???) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Crash Dive, 1996
  • HMS Devonshire — British Type 23 frigate sunk in Tomorrow Never Dies
  • SS Chiku Shan — ferryboat — Blood Alley (1955)
  • SS Claridon — ocean liner in The Last Voyage 1960
  • HMS Compass Rose — Second World War Flower-class corvette in The Cruel Sea, 1953
  • USS Copperfin — World War II sub Destination Tokyo, 1943 w/ Cary Grant
  • HMS DauntlessPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • Deep Quest - DSV in Raise the Titanic!
  • HMS Defiant — frigate in HMS Defiant, 1962
  • Disco Volante — motor yacht/hydrofoil in Thunderball 1965
  • USS Dragonfish — U.S. Submarine in Battle of the Coral Sea 1959
  • DulcibellaThe Riddle of the Sands 1979
  • USS Echo — sailing ship from The Wackiest Ship in the Army, 1959
  • Edinburgh TraderPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
  • Elizabeth DaneThe Fog
  • ElsinoreThe Mutiny of the Elsinore 1937
  • Empress — Chinese junk — Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
  • HMS EndeavourPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
  • MS ErgenstrasseThe Sea Chase (1955) with John Wayne and Lana Turner, and Patriot Games (1992) with Harrison Ford.
  • Esther — sailing merchantman, Old Ironsides 1926
  • SS Essess - Hot Shots!, 1991
  • Flying DutchmanPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
  • The Flying WaspCaddy Shack 1980
  • Geronimo — America's Cup racing yacht, Wind 1992
  • Ghost — sealing schooner, The Sea Wolf 1941
  • Glencairn — freighter — The Long Voyage Home
  • Gloria NE la nave va..., Federico Fellini
  • SS Goliathocean linerGoliath Awaits — TV film 1981
  • Hahnchen Maru — cargo vessel modified to command ship — Contact, 1997
  • Hai PengPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
  • SS Happy Wanderer — cruise liner — Carry On Cruising
  • USS Haynes (DE-181) — destroyer escort, The Enemy Below
  • The Henrietta - paddle steamer - Around the World in 80 Days (1956 film)
  • Immer Essen ("Always eating") — cruise ship, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
  • The InfernoThe Goonies
  • HMS InterceptorPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • USS Intrepid — cruise ship in the film Intrepid
  • JDS IsokazeAegis (Bôkoku no îgisu) 2005
  • JennyForrest Gump
  • Jenny - Tug boat in Beyond the Poseidon Adventure
  • USS KornblattDon't Give Up The Ship, 1959, starred Jerry Lewis
  • USS Lansing (SSN-795) - Los Angeles Class SSN (Depicted as an SSBN) in Danger Beneath The Sea, 2001
  • Liparus — Karl Stromberg's submarine swallowing supertanker The Spy Who Loved Me 1977
  • SS Lorelei — An ocean liner in Ghost Ship
  • HMS LydiaCaptain Horatio Hornblower 1951
  • Mary DeareThe Wreck of the Mary Deare, starring Gary Cooper and Charlton Heston, 1959
  • USS Mako - Fast Attack Submarine in Danger Beneath The Sea, 2001
  • USS MontanaThe Abyss, The Fifth Missile
  • Morning StarCutthroat Island 1995
  • Nathan Ross — whaling ship, All the Brothers Were Valiant 1953
  • Nautilus — Captain Nemo's 1860s submarine — 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1954, Captain Nemo and the Underwater City 1969, Mysterious Island, The Return of Captain Nemo 1978, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 2003
  • HMS Nereid - Royal Navy submarine, Virus, 1980
  • Ning-Po Freighter owned by SPECTRE in You Only Live Twice
  • USS Oakland (SSN-798) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Steel Sharks, 1996
  • Olive Branch — sailing merchantman, Captain Caution, 1940
  • Orca — Quint's fishing boat, Jaws, 1975
  • Patna — tramp steamer in Lord Jim 1965
  • Pequod — whaleship, Moby Dick 1956, 1978, 1998
  • USS Pequod - American submarine, 2010: Moby Dick, 2010
  • Poseidon — ocean liner/cruise ship, The Poseidon Adventure 1972, Beyond the Poseidon Adventure 1979, The Poseidon Adventure 2005, Poseidon 2006
  • USS PoseidonUSS Poseidon: Phantom Below 2005
  • The PrincessPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • Q Boat — Q's 'fishing boat' The World Is Not Enough 1999
  • "Proteus" - nuclear mini submarine from the 1966 film "Fantastic Voyage."
  • RachelMoby-Dick, 1956, 1998
  • Rasputin - Ex-Soviet Submarine in Rapid Assault, 1997
  • Reaper- Dog's ship in Cutthroat Island, 1995
  • Red WitchWake of the Red Witch with John Wayne, 1948
  • Red OctoberHunt For Red October novel by Tom Clancy, 1984 and Hunt For Red October film with Sean Connery, 1990
  • USS Reluctant (AK-601) — World War II cargo ship in Mister Roberts (1955) and the 1984 television film (also appears in novel, play and TV series versions)
  • U-571 appears in U-571 (film), coincidently same number as German submarine U-571
  • Rights-of-ManBilly Budd, 1962
  • Rob Roy — commercial freighter, Windbag the Sailor, 1936
  • USS San PabloThe Sand Pebbles, 1966
  • HMS Saltash Castle — Second World War frigate in The Cruel Sea, 1953
  • Saracen — yacht, Dead Calm
  • USS Sarasota - Aircraft Carrier, Crash Dive, 1996 & Rapid Assault, 1997
  • USS SawfishOn the Beach, 1959
  • USS Scotia - submarine, 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 2007
  • Sea Cliff - DSV in Raise the Titanic!
  • Sea Star — tug in Virus, 1999
  • HMS Sea Tiger — Second World War submarine, We Dive at Dawn, 1943
  • USS Sea Tiger — World War II submarine, Operation Petticoat 1959; also TV series 1977
  • SS Sea WitchAction in the North Atlantic 1943
  • SSNR SeaviewVoyage to the Bottom of the Sea 1961 with Walter Pidgeon
  • HMS Shag at Sea - yacht, Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002
  • HMS Sherwood - British cruiser, Carry on Admiral 1957
  • HMS Solent - British destroyer, Sink the Bismarck! 1960
  • IJN Shinaru — Japanese aircraft carrier, Torpedo Run 1958
  • Stealth Ship — media mogul Elliot Carver's secret news creator in Tomorrow Never Dies. Is based on the real life Sea Shadow (IX-529) 1997
  • St. Georges — British spy ship trawler For Your Eyes Only 1981
  • USS StarfishHellcats of the Navy
  • Starfish - DSV in Raise the Titanic!
  • USS Stingray - Balao-class submarine, Down Periscope, 1996 with Kelsey Grammer; no relation to the Salmon-class SS-186 USS Stingray
  • HMS Surprise - Master and Commander the Far Side of the World
  • USS ThunderfishOperation Pacific, 1954 with John Wayne
  • USS Tigerfish (SSN 509) - United States nuclear submarine from Ice Station Zebra.
  • USS Tiger Shark — The Atomic Submarine
  • SS Titanic II — cruise liner, Titanic II, 2010
  • HMS TorrinIn Which We Serve, 1942
  • Turtle - DSV in Raise the Titanic!
  • Ulysses — submarine, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
  • SSN Ulysses (SSN-???) - Los Angeles Class in Crash Dive, 1996
  • USS Valhalla (SSN-905) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Rapid Assault, 1997
  • SS VentureKing Kong, 1933, 2005
  • HMS Venus — British frigate — Carry On Jack, 1962
  • HMS Viperess — British Victor-class destroyer — The Cruel Sea, 1953
  • HMS Victoria — British WWI ironclad, Britannic, 2000
  • The Wanderer - Captain Ron, 1992 with Martin Short and Kurt Russell
  • We're HereCaptains Courageous, 1937 with Spencer Tracy
  • WonkataniaWilly Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (also appears in 2005 adaptation), based on the Cunard Line tradition of ending ships with an -ania (i.e., RMS Lusitania and RMS Aquitania)
  • Yellow Submarine — The Beatles' psychedelic submarine

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