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Riachelo commissioned

On 12 March 1977, Brazilian Oberon-Class submarine Riachuelo (S22) was commissioned into the Brazilian Navy
MuseumShip in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Riachuelo launched

On 6 September 1975, Brazilian Oberon-Class submarine Riachuelo (S22) was launched at the Vickers Limited Shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness, UK.
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Riachuelo's keel laid

On 26 April 1973, Brazilian Oberon-Class submarine Riachuelo (S22) was laid down at the Vickers Limited Shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness, UK.
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LTMS buys Alexander Henry

6 years ago today, on 16 June 2017, the Lakehead Transportation Museum Society bought the Alexander Henry for CAN $2.
She arrived in Thunder Bay, (Ontario, Canada) on 27 June 2017.
MuseumShip at Transportation Museum of Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

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Alexander Henry becomes CCGS

On 26 January 1962, Canadian icebreaker CGS Alexander Henry became part of the newly formed Canadian Coast Guard, changing its name to CCGS Alexander Henry.
MuseumShip at Transportation Museum of Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada.


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Added West-Hinder III

Added Belgian lightvessel 'Wes-Hinder III' to the site as 399th MuseumShip

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Argonaute commissioned

On 11 February 1959, French Aréthuse-class submarine  Argonaute - (S636) was commissioned.
MuseumShip at Cité des Sciences et de L'industrie, Paris, France
 

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Argonaute decommissioned

On 31 July 1982, French Aréthuse-class submarine  Argonaute - (S636) was decommissioned.
MuseumShip at Cité des Sciences et de L'industrie, Paris, France

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Argonaute launched

66 years ago today, on 29 June 1957, French Aréthuse-class submarine  Argonaute - (S636) was launched at Arsenal de Cherbourg in Cherbourg,
MuseumShip at Cité des Sciences et de L'industrie, Paris, France

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Peking added

Added German steel hulled four mast barque 'Peking' to the site as 395th MuseumShip

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