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NR.XXVIII 1 class torpedo boats (1884)


Ships


Names Builders Commissioned Losses Transfers Discarding

(235) Nr. XXVIII, 11.1884- S1

(236) Nr. XXIX, 11.1884- S2

(237) Nr. XXX, 11.1884- S3

(238) Nr. XXXI, 11.1884- S4

(239) Nr. XXXII, 11.1884- S5

(240) Nr. XXXIII, 11.1884- S6

Schichau, Elbing: Nr. XXVIII - XXXIII

5-9/1884: Nr. XXVIII - XXXIII

None

None

1896: S1, 3

1897: S4-6

1904: S2



100 - 1000 t displacement/ BRT tonnage vessels


Names

(235) Nr. XXVIII, 11.1884- S1

(236) Nr. XXIX, 11.1884- S2

(237) Nr. XXX, 11.1884- S3

(238) Nr. XXXI, 11.1884- S4

(239) Nr. XXXII, 11.1884- S5

(240) Nr. XXXIII, 11.1884- S6

Builders

Schichau, Elbing: Nr. XXVIII - XXXIII

Commissioned

5-9/1884: Nr. XXVIII - XXXIII

Losses

None

Transfers

None

Discarding

1896: S1, 3

1897: S4-6

1904: S2


Technical data


Displacement normal, t

84

Displacement full, t99
Length, m

37.7

Breadth, m

4.92

Draught, m

2.23 deep load

No of shafts

1

Machinery

1 VTE, 1 locomotive boiler

Power, h. p.

870 - 970

Max speed, kts

19.3

Fuel, t

coal 18

Endurance, nm(kts)1400(10)
Armament

2 x 5 - 37/27 RV L/30, 2 - 350 TT (bow, 4)

Complement

15



Standard scale images


<i>S1 </i>1885
S1 1885


Project history

The most seaworthy of the 1884-5 TBs. Later re-equipped vith swivelling deck tubes.

Modernizations

late 1880s, all: + 1 x 1 - 350 TT

Naval service

S1 was sent to the Deutsches Museum at Munich in 1905; S2 was used as a torpedo recovery boat, was redesignated T2 in 1910 and was not broken up until 1915.