This paper is to evaluate the creep crack growth rate (CCGR) of the type 316SS series: 316SS, 316FR and 316LN, and to apply a creep ductility model. A number of the data are collected through wide literature surveys and experiment, and evaluated by the C* parameter. The results of the CCGR data were nearly matched with a small scattering band regardless of the different applied stresses, temperatures and test specimens configuration. In the CCGR, type 316FR and 316LN steels were slower than type 316SS. Type 316SS showed a better agreement in the application of the creep ductility model than the type 316FR and 316LN steels.