Construction of Australia's Future Submarine to start in 2024 but contract details yet to be decided

The head of Australia’s AUD50 billion (USD32.2 billion) Sea 1000 programme has confirmed that construction of the pressure hull for the first of 12 Attack-class conventionally powered submarines is scheduled to begin in 2024.

This will follow the construction in 2023 of a hull qualification section to prove procedures, equipment, and skills at the submarine construction facility now being built at Osborne North near Adelaide by government-owned Australian Naval Infrastructure to the functional requirements of Sea 1000’s French-owned designer and build partner Naval Group.

An artist’s impression showing one of the Royal Australian Navy’s future Attack-class submarines.An artist’s impression showing one of the Royal Australian Navy’s future Attack-class submarines. Construction of the pressure hull for the first of 12 of these boats is scheduled to begin in 2024.

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The head of Australia’s AUD50 billion (USD32.2 billion) Sea 1000 programme has confirmed that constr...

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