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

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ENNS river monitors (1914-1915)

Enns 1917

Name Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
Enns 507 STT, Linz 11/1913 7/1914 10/1914 to Yugoslavia 12/1918 (Drava)
Inn 1200 Ganz & Danubius, Újpest 11/1913 2/1915 4/1915 CTL 22/9/1917

 

Displacement normal, t

536

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

57.9

Breadth, m

10.3

Draught, m

1.30

No of shafts

2

Machinery

VTE, 2 Yarrow boilers

Power, h. p.

1500

Max speed, kts

13

Fuel, t

coal
Endurance, nm(kts) 700(10)

Armour, mm

side: 40, deck: 25, CT: 50

Armament

1 x 2 - 120/42 G. L/45, 3 x 1 - 120/8 Haub. L/10, 2 x 1 - 66/47 G. L/50 BAG, 6 x 1 - 8/80

Complement

95

Ship project history: Development of the Temes class with one twin turret.

Ship protection: Machinery had 40mm vertical and 25mm horizontal protection.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: Enns 20/12/1918 was interned in Beograd and entered Yugoslavian Danube flotilla. In January, 1919 she was renamed Drava. 15/4/1920 by results of division of Austro-Hungarian fleet she was officially transferred to Yugoslavia. Inn 22/9/1917 was sunk lower Braila on Danube by a mine; 18/11/1917 she was salvaged and towed off into repair to Budapest but repair remained unfinished till the end of war. 21/3/1919 she passed under control of Hungarian Soviet republic, 13/4/1919 renamed Újvidek; late July, 1919 after repair as Marx she was commissioned by Hungarian Danube flotilia. In November, 1919 ship was interned by Government of Yugoslavia at Novi Sad. Under the treaty on division of Austro-Hungarian fleet ship was transferred to Romania 15/4/1920 and renamed Basarabia.

Enns 1917

Ivan Gogin, 2014