Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
NA.39 - Preproduction Model Designation; 20 examples produced.
S.Mk 1 - Initial Production Model of which forty were produced; fitted with 2 x Gyron Junior 101 turbojet engines delivering 7,100lbs of standard thrust.
S.Mk 2 - Improved production model of 1962 fitted with 2 x Rolls-Royce Spey Mk 101 turbofans; 84 produced - 10 by Blackburn and 74 by Hawker Siddeley.
S.Mk 2A - Royal Navy Buccaneers reallocated and modified for Royal Air Force usage.
S.Mk 2B - Improved S.Mk 2 Buccaneers for RAF with provision for Martel air-to-surface anti-ship missile systems; 49 examples produced from 1973 to 1977 (46 to the RAF, 3 for MoD weapons testing).
S.Mk 2C - Royal Navy aircraft modified to S.Mk 2A standard
S.Mk 2D - Royal Navy aircraft modified to S.Mk 2B standard with Martel missile support.
S.Mk 50 - South African model featuring Bristol Siddeley Stentor rocket motor for increased take-off performance; manually-folding wings; anti-ship/strike capability; 16 examples delivered (one loss to accident en route); operation from 1965 to 1991.