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S-Boats in the Kriegsmarine 1935 - 1945

S-Boats - Technical Data

"S 6" - "S 13"


Shipyards LŁrssen
 Length 32,40 m
Bream 5,06 m
Draught 1,36 m
Displacement 80/95 ts
Propulsion "S7" - "S9" 3 x MAN L7 Diesel engines 960/1320 HP
Propulsion "S10" - "S13" 3 x Daimler-Benz MB 502 Diesel engines 1200/1300 HP 
Speed 36,5 kts
Complement 17 - 21
2 x Torpedo Tubes 53,3 cm
1 x 20 mm Machinegun

The Commandcentre was in front of the bridge.            


Modell of "S 10" (built by M. Gembalies) - Picture: K. Scheuch


       "S 9" and "S 11" in a harbour in the Baltic - Picture:Archives FŲrderverein 


We searched for information and we found it!

According the magazine Strandgut Nr. 49 the passenger steamship "KommandÝren" (543 BRT, built 1891), laid up after a stranding, was sunk in the harbour of Bergen/Norway by a torpedo hit on 29.03.1945. The firing was caused by a drunken crewmember of a German S-boat (supposedly "S 13"). 

The true story is described under: 




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