The HMCS Victoria is one of several Canadian navy vessels anchoring in Vancouver this weekend.
The long-range hunter-killer submarine will be docked at Canada Place until Sunday, along with the HMCS Algonquin, a destroyer.
While the Algonquin is open to the public, who can enter the ship and meet the crew, the Victoria is not. But you can take a tour in this video. You may copy and paste this link to your browser :
The VICTORIA, decommissioned in 1994, is 70.3 meters long, 7.6 meters across the beam, and has a deep diving depth in excess of 200 meters. It has a crew of 59. It also has six torpedo tubes and can carry up to eighteen heavyweight torpedoes for use against surface and sub-surface targets. The submarine is also capable of laying mines and can reach a submerged speed of up to 20 knots.