Submarines are very interesting watercrafts. They have the ability to dive underwater, they can see what’s going on above surface as well in their general surroundings, and they are just generally neat to look at it. But there is one submarine that takes the interest level of submarines to a whole new level.
The smallest submarine ever to have been made was built by Pierre Poulin, a Canadian native, and the submarine weighs 620 kilograms, or 1,366.9 pounds. Its first official dive took place on Memphremagog Lake, in Magog, Quebec The dive took place on June 26, 2005.