In their history, submarines were called by many names such as 'U-boats', 'eel boats', 'plunging boats', 'devil divers', and 'pig boats'. Technically, and by size, the submarine is a ship, but it has been called a boat since its earliest days, and the term is steeped in tradition. Submariners almost invariably call their ships 'boats".
The Royal Navy Operates 6 Trafalgar class submarines and 1 Astute class. These submarines are called 'attack' or 'hunter-killer' submarines and have roles such as land attack using Tomahawk cruise missiles and anti-surface and anti-submarine roles using the Spearfish torpedo. They can also carry out surveillance and reconnaissanse. The Royal Navy also has 4 Vanguard class submarines. These submarines are ballistic missile submarines. These submarines are responsible for the UK's nuclear detterent and use the Trident missile system. There is always at least one of these boats at sea at any given time.
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