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KT2 torpedo boats (1897 - 1898 / 1940)


Ships


Names Builders Commissioned Losses Transfers Discarding

KT2 (ex-Kvik), 7.1940 - NK03 Musketier

KT3 (ex-Lyn), 1941 - NK03 Musketier

KT4 (ex-Blink), 7.1940 - NK05 Husar

Fredrikstad Mekaniske, Norway: KT2

Marinens Hovedverft, Trondhejm, Norway: KT3, 4

1898 // 4.1940: KT2

1897 // 4.1940: KT3, 4

none

Norway, 5.1945: NK03 Musketier, NK05 Husar

1941: NK03 Musketier


100 - 1000 t displacement/ BRT tonnage vessels


Names

KT2 (ex-Kvik), 7.1940 - NK03 Musketier

KT3 (ex-Lyn), 1941 - NK03 Musketier

KT4 (ex-Blink), 7.1940 - NK05 Husar

Builders

Fredrikstad Mekaniske, Norway: KT2

Marinens Hovedverft, Trondhejm, Norway: KT3, 4

Commissioned

1898 // 4.1940: KT2

1897 // 4.1940: KT3, 4

Losses

none

Transfers

Norway, 5.1945: NK03 Musketier, NK05 Husar

Discarding 1941: NK03 Musketier


Technical data


Displacement normal, t

45

Displacement full, t

65

Length, m

35.0

Breadth, m

3.80

Draught, m

1.70

No of shafts

1

Machinery

1 VTE, 2 water-tube boilers

Power, h. p.

650

Max speed, kts

15

Fuel, t

coal 13

Endurance, nm(kts) 
Armament

2 x 1 - 37/40 Hotchkiss, 1 DCR (6)

Complement

21 - 22



Standard scale images


<i>nearly sister-ship Dristig</i> 1904
nearly sister-ship Dristig 1904


Project history

ex-Norwegian torpedo boats converted to patrols in 1930s, used as patrols in German Navy. All were captured 11.4.1940.

Modernizations

None.

Naval service

All were returned to Norway in May, 1945 and broken up.