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K-U-K MARINE - AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN NAVY (AUSTRIA-HUNGARY)

CONVERTED MERCHANT VESSELS

patrols and escorts of World War I

more than 1000 BRT

Name

Launched // Comm.

Builder

Tonnage, BRT or Disp., t

Dimensions, m

Speed, kts

Engine, Power hp

Armament

Fate

Taurus (ex-Nirvana) 1904 // 9/1909 Glasgow, UK 1300 67.0x6.9 15 2000 4-47/30 disarmed 1915
Dunaj 1891 // 3/1918 Lindhormen, Göteborg, Sweden 1620 62.2x10.4 13 1400 2-57/40, 4-47/40 returned 11/1918

100 - 1000 BRT

Adria (1908, 154, 4/1916-1918); Arsa (1897, 276, 2/1918-1918); Ritter von Bilinski (1899, 171, 8/1915-1918); Cetina (1908, 226, 12/1916-1918); Cirkvenica (1895, 193, 1915-1918); Dolfin (1914, 290, 1915-1918); Frankopan, 1918- Kanonenboot II (1908, 144, 4/1916-1918); Knin (1913, 284, 1916-1918); Kvarner, 6/1918- Kanonenboot II (1909, 144, 1916-6/1918); Liburnia (1896, 179, 6/1916-1918); Makarska (1908, 226, 4/1918-1918); Monfalcone (1914, 197, 4/1916-1918); Neretva (1909, 160, 3/1918-1918); Nesazio (1904, 268, 1916-1918); Novi (1908, 247, 1917-1918); Pelagosa (1898, 245, 5/1915-12/2/1918); Quarnero (1883, 137, 8/1914-1918); Risano (1887, 188, 1917-1918); San Mauro (1888, 133, 1915-9/1917); Sebenico (1898, 297, 4/1918-8/1918); Senj (1907, 244, 10/1917-1918); Slavija (1911, 234, 1916-1918); Tátra (1905, 232, 1916-1918); Valona (1911, 346, 2/1917-14/10/1918); Vodice (1908, 154, 1916-1918); Zadar (1910, 303, 1916-1918); Dalmat (1896, 260, 1899-1916); Archimede (1892, 815, 3/1918-1918)

 

Ship project history: Merchant vessels converted to submarine chasers and escorts.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2014