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106-GO ex-Dutch patrol ship (1930/1944)

106-go 1944

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
第106号哨戒艇 <106-go>(P106) (ex-Banckert)   Burgerhout`s, Rotterdam, Netherlands 8/1928 14/11/1929 11/1930 // 3/1944 surrendered 8/1945, to Netherlands 9/1945, sunk as target 9/1949

 

Displacement standard, t

1316

Displacement full, t

1650

Length, m

93.6 pp 98.2 oa

Breadth, m

9.53

Draught, m

2.97

No of shafts

2

Machinery

Parsons geared steam turbines, 3 Yarrow boilers

Power, h. p.

31000

Max speed, kts

26

Fuel, t

oil 330
Endurance, nm(kts)  

Armament

2 x 1 - 76/40 11-shiki, 4 x 3 - 25/60 96-shiki, 2 DCT (24), 2 14m Daihatsu-type landing craft

Complement 140

 

Ship project history: After capture by Japan in the beginning of 1942 of extensive possession in South-East Asia, Japanese has got some number of enemy ships in damaged condition, thrown out by Americans, British and Dutch at retreat. Part of these ships has been repaired by Japanese and commissioned by IJN as patrols. Three destroyers, British Thracian, American Stewart and Dutch Banckert, become in the IJN patrols 101, 102 and 106, have appeared the largest trophies. Remaining were former minesweepers, tugs and colonial service vessels of Dutch and American Navies.

    106 (ex-Dutch destroyer Banckert) 2/3/1942 was scuttled in Surabaya. She was salvaged by Japanese and after repair 20/3/1944 entered service as patrol ship 106.

 

Modernizations: None.

 

Naval service: Late 1945 P106 was returned to Netherlands. In September, 1949 she was scuttled as target.

 

Ivan Gogin, 2008-14