The USS Lionfish survived World War 2 to become a museum ship at Battleship Cove, Massachusetts.
OPERATOR(S): United States
LENGTH: 311.5 ft (94.95 m)
BEAM: 27.2 ft (8.29 m)
DRAUGHT: 16.9 ft (5.15 m)
DISPLACEMENT: 1,526 tons
DISPLACEMENT(SUBMERGED): 2,424 tons
PROPULSION: 4 x Fairbanks-Morse Model 38D8-1.5, 9-cylinder oppose diesel piston engines delivering 5,400 shaft horsepower supplying electrical generators; 2 x 126-cell Sargo batteries; 4 x General Electric high-speed reducation gear motors; 2 x propellers.
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