home

fighting ships of the world

KRIEGSMARINE (GERMANY)

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

"MNL I" type landing self-propelled lighters (1944-1945)

MNL6 1944

MNL24 1944

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
MNL1   Ruthof, Regensburg   7/4/1943 --- cancelled 1/1945
MNL2   Ruthof, Regensburg   7/4/1943 --- cancelled 1/1945
MNL3   Wiemann, Brandenburg   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL4   Wiemann, Brandenburg   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL5   Wiemann, Brandenburg   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL6   Saloniki   7/4/1943 9/1944 sunk 10/1944
MNL7   Saloniki   7/4/1943 9/1944 sunk 10/1944
MNL8   Saloniki   7/4/1943 9/1944 sunk 10/1944
MNL9   Saloniki   7/4/1943 9/1944 sunk 10/1944
MNL10   Saloniki   7/4/1943 9/1944 sunk 10/1944
MNL11   Ruthof, Regensburg   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL12   Ruthof, Regensburg   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL13   Greifenwerft, Stettin   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL14   Greifenwerft, Stettin   7/4/1943 --- BU incomplete
MNL21   Kremer, Elmshorn   5/6/1943 10/1944 surrendered 5/1945, 12/1945 to Soviet Union
MNL22   Kremer, Elmshorn   5/6/1943 10/1944 surrendered 5/1945, foundered 10/5/1945
MNL23   Kremer, Elmshorn   5/6/1943 10/1944 surrendered 5/1945, foundered 1946
MNL24   Kremer, Elmshorn   5/6/1943 10/1944  
MNL25   Neckarwerft, Neckarsulm   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL26   Ruthof, Mainz   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL27   Ruthof, Mainz   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL28   MAN, Mainz-Gustavsburg   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL29   Kremer, Elmshorn   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL30   MAN, Mainz-Gustavsburg   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL31   Dutch shipyard   5/6/1943 1/1945  
MNL32   Dutch shipyard   5/6/1943 1/1945  

 

Displacement standard, t

117

Displacement full, t

217

Length, m

38.4

Breadth, m

5.15

Draught, m

1.33 deep load

No of shafts

2

Machinery

Deutz diesels

Power, h. p.

260

Max speed, kts

10.6

Fuel, t

diesel oil 2.9

Endurance, nm(kts) 560(10)

Armament

1 x 1 - 37/80 SK C/30, 1 x 4 - 20/65 C/38

Military load

90 t of cargo or 200 men or 3 trucks

Complement

9 - 14

Ship project history: Smaller version of F-class landing barge with open cargo hold. Intended for usage on inshore areas, on lakes and rivers.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2008-14