|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Tátra||38||Danubius, Porto Ré||10/1911||4.11.1912||10/1913||to Italy 9.1920 (Fasana)|
|Balaton||39||Danubius, Porto Ré||11/1911||16.11.1912||11/1913||to Italy 9.1920 (Zenson)|
|Csepel||40||Danubius, Porto Ré||1/1912||30.12.1912||12/1913||to Italy 9.1920 (Muggia)|
|Lika||41||Danubius, Porto Ré||4/1912||15.3.1913||7/1914||sunk 29.12.1915|
|Triglav||42||Danubius, Porto Ré||8/1912||22.12.1913||7/1914||sunk 29.12.1915|
|Orjen||43||Danubius, Porto Ré||9/1912||26.8.1913||7/1914||to Italy 9.1920 (Pola)|
|Displacement normal, t||
|Displacement full, t||1050|
83.5 pp 84.0 wl
3.00 deep load
|No of shafts||2|
|Machinery||2 AEG-Curtis steam turbines, 6 Yarrow boilers|
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
coal 104 + oil 125
2 x 1 - 100/47 G. L/50 K.11, 6 x 1 - 66/42 SFK L/45, 2 x 2 - 450 TT
In May 1910 the Austrian Naval authorities asked the Danubius, Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino, Camierc Navale Triestino and Vulcan, Stettin, shipyards to tender for six 800t turbine-powered destroyers capable of 32.5kts. Ultimately the Hungarian Danubius yard was awarded the contract for political reasons - to ensure Hungarian approval of the 1911 naval budget containing funds for the Tegetthoffs, two of which were already under construction. The boats were built at Danubius' subsidiary at Porto Ré (Kraljevica) and saw active wartime service.
1916-1918, all survived: - 2 x 1 - 66/42 SFK L/45; + 2 x 1 - 66/42 G. L/45 BAG
Lika and Triglav were lost 29.12.1915 after sinking mines off Durazzo. All others were ceded to Italy in 1920.
Many thanks to Wolfgang Stöhr for additional information on this page.