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TORPEDO SHIPS

TRIGLAV destroyers (1917-1918)

Triglav 1917

Name Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
Triglav 73 Danubius, Porto Ré 8/1916 24/2/1917 7/1917 to Italy 9/1920 (Grado)
Lika 74 Danubius, Porto Ré 8/1916 8/5/1917 9/1917 to Italy 9/1920 (Cortelazzo)
Dukla 75 Danubius, Porto Ré 9/1916 18/7/1917 11/1917 to France 9/1920 (Matelot Leblanc)
Uzsok 76 Danubius, Porto Ré 9/1916 26/9/1917 1/1918 to Italy 9/1920 (Monfalcone)

 

Displacement normal, t

890

Displacement full, t

1045

Length, m

84.6 wl 85.4 oa

Breadth, m

7.80

Draught, m

2.40 deep load

No of shafts

2

Machinery

AEG-Curtis steam turbines, 6 Yarrow boilers

Power, h. p.

20600

Max speed, kts

32.5

Fuel, t

coal 108 + oil 143

Endurance, nm(kts)

1600(12)

Armament

2 x 1 - 100/47 G. L/50 K.11, 2 x 1 - 66/42 G. L/45 BAG, 4 x 1 - 66/42 SFK L/45, 1 x 1 - 8/80, 2 x 2 - 450 TT

Complement

114

Ship project history: Six further Tátra type destroyers had been authorised on 28 May 1914 from the 1914-15 naval budget but they were never started due to the outbreak of war. To replace wartime losses and to increase the number urgently needed modern destroyers, four replacement units of this type were authorised in 1916.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: Because of their relatively late completion they did not see much wartime service and were ceded to Italy and France in 1920.

Dukla 1918

Ivan Gogin, 2014