All Submarine chaser classes
The list is divided by navy, then ordered by commissioned date of each class (oldest first).
2 ship classes.
Please note that we list the classes by navies that initiated/owned the class. Often vessels of certain classes were then built for other nations (or lent), those ships are not visible here but only through the navies pages or by looking into each class.
War losses: Submarine chasers
|21 Jan 1943||USS SC-709 (SC-709)||SC-497|
|2 Mar 1943||USS SC-1024 (SC-1024)||SC-497|
|17 Jun 1943||USS SC-740 (SC-740)||SC-497|
|22 Jun 1943||USS SC-751 (SC-751)||SC-497|
|23 Aug 1943||USS SC-694 (SC-694)||SC-497|
|23 Aug 1943||USS SC-696 (SC-696)||SC-497|
|19 Nov 1943||USS SC-1067 (SC-1067)||SC-497|
|10 Mar 1944||USS SC-700 (SC-700)||SC-497|
|10 Apr 1944||USS SC-984 (SC-984)||SC-497|
|18 Jul 1944||USS SC-1072 (SC-1072)||SC-497|
|27 Nov 1944||USS SC-744 (SC-744)||SC-497|
|11 Dec 1944||USS SC-1059 (SC-1059)||SC-497|
|22 Apr 1945||USS SC-1019 (SC-1019)||SC-497|
|10 Jul 1945||USS SC-521 (SC-521)||SC-497|
14 Submarine chasers lost. See all Allied Warship losses.
Books dealing with this subject include:
The Splinter Fleet of the Otranto Barrage, Millholland, Ray, 1936