If any Association member knows of a link which they feel may be of interest to other members please inform the Webmaster on the link below and if appropriate it will be included in these pages. If I have missed out any Branch web-site please forward your details also please inform me of any broken links which you may encounter.
Thank you for taking the time to drop in, I hope that you find that it was not a total waste of time. Although this site is aimed at members of the WA Branch of the Submarines Association Australia it is hoped that all members of the Australian submarine community use it as a means of keeping in touch with current activities and as a means of making and keeping contact with shipmates.
Submariners Association of Canada (East).
East Branch of the Submariners' Association Of Canada, (SAOC (East), was formed January 2002. In its origin dating back to 1979, the branch was founded as the Submarine Old Comrades Association (Canadian Branch). This was done so in response to the desires of a number of former RCN/ RN submariners from the Halifax and Dartmouth areas. They recognized the need to maintain communication among themselves, and to remain current with the serving submarine community.
Submariners Association of Canada (West).
Welcome to the Submariners Association of Canada (West) web site. Our Association was founded to provide an opportunity for persons who share a unique background as Submariners to meet in fellowship.
We are based in Victoria, British Columbia, where we meet once per month.
The Saint-Petersburg Submariners Club (Russia)
The Saint-Petersburg Submariners' Club (was created in the end of November of 1994 on the initiative of several retired submariners of the 3rd Submarine Flotilla of the Northern Fleet as independent non-profit, voluntary society. The main purpose of the Club was to provide social assistance to active and retired naval officers and their families. For the ten years the Club has become a real international body and extended it's goals and fields of activities. At present, the club has more than 2000 members from Russia, all of the former USSR republics and 25 foreign countries.