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"StuBo 42" type personnel landing craft (1942 - 1945) (STUBO1001)


Ships


Names Builders Commissioned Losses Transfers Discarding

StuBo1001 - 1200 etc. (up to about 2020)

Engelbrecht, Berlin: StuBo1001 - 1005

Kathan, Berlin: StuBo1006 - 1009

Brumm, Berlin: StuBo1010 - 1014

Reinickewerft, Berlin: StuBo1015 - 1017

Franz, Niederlehme: StuBo1018 - 1023

Fuhlendorff, Hamburg: StuBo1024 - 1033

Schöps, Postelwitz: StuBo1034 - 1039

Havighorst, Bremen: StuBo1040, 1041

Schürenstedt, Bardenfleth: StuBo1042 - 1051, 1100 - 1199

Steinlechner, Utting: StuBo1052 - 1061

Ringmaier, Diessen: StuBo1062, 1063

Lahn, Konitz: StuBo1064 - 1067

Buchholz, Greifswald: StuBo1068, 1069

Empacher & Karlisch, Königsberg: StuBo1070 - 1079

Sakuth, Pillau: StuBo1080 - 1083

Schulz, Lötzen: StuBo1084 - 1093

Modersitzki, Tolkemit: StuBo1094, 1095

Kropp, Danzig: StuBo1096

Urbaniak, Posen: StuBo1097 - 1099

Dorumast, Stralsund: StuBo1100

1942 - 1944: ~ 2020 units

StuBo1001 (26/8/1943), StuBo1007 (10/5/1944), StuBo1011 (10/5/1944), StuBo1013 (10/5/1944), StuBo1026 (19/9/1944), StuBo1028 (3/11/1943), StuBo1033 (3/4/1944), StuBo1038 (8/9/1944), StuBo1039 (8/9/1944), StuBo1040 (16/9/1943), StuBo1041 (10/10/1943), StuBo1045 (12/4/1944), StuBo1060 (13/2/1945), StuBo1066 (16/3/1944), StuBo1075 (10/5/1944), StuBo1083 (18/8/1943), StuBo1088 (21/9/1943), StuBo1090 (13/8/1943), StuBo1091 (27/8/1943)

United Kingdom: StuBo1049 (9/5/1945), StuBo2011 (5/1945)

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Technical data


Displacement standard, t

9.5

Displacement full, t12.5
Length, m

14.7

Breadth, m

3.00

Draught, m

0.65 deep load

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 Maybach petrol engines

Power, h. p.

500

Max speed, kts

21.6

Fuel, tpetrol 0.8
Endurance, nm(kts)160-200(20)
Armament

none

Military load3 t of cargo or 40 men
Complement7


Standard scale images


<i>StuBo1001</i> 1945
StuBo1001 1945


Ship project history


Fast launches for assault groups for crossing of small rivers. Light sturmboats actually represented motor launches with outboard motors; heavy sturmboats had stationary engines. Both types could be transported by trucks.

Modernizations


None.

Naval service


No significant events.