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Q112 ABRA motor torpedo boats (1939-1942)


Ships


Names Builders Completed Losses Transfers Discarding

Q112 Abra

Q113 Agusan

Q114 Danday

Q115 - 119

Thornycroft, Southampton, UK: Q112 Abra

Engineers Is, Cavite: Q113 Agusan, Q114 Danday, Q115 - 119

3/1939: Q112 Abra

3/1941: Q113 Agusan

early 1942: Q114 Danday, Q115

lost incomplete: Q116 - 119

Q112 Abra (10.4.1942), Q113 Agusan (10.4.1942), Q114 Danday (10.4.1942), Q115 (10.4.1942)

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Technical data


Displacement standard, t

12.5

Displacement full, t14
Length, m

16.8

Breadth, m

3.97

Draught, m1.00?
No of shafts2
Machinery

2 Thornycroft petrol engines

Power, h. p.

2000

Max speed, kts

55

Fuel, tpetrol
Endurance, nm(kts) 
Armament

2 x 1 - 12.7/90, 2 - 450 TT, 2 DC

Complement5?


Standard scale images


<i>Q112 Abra </i>1939
Q112 Abra 1939


Project history


Q112 was standard inter-war 55ft stepped-hull Thornycroft MTB with aftward launch torpedo chutes. Wooden hull. Q112 was ordered simultaneously with Q111 and was laid down by Thornycroft this very day 15.4.1938. Boat was shipped to Philippines in March, 1939, becoming first ship of Offshore patrol. On her sample since 1939 there was begun building of these boats at Cavite on Philippines. In March, 1941 Filipinos completed building of Q113, and in May, 1941 8 more boats were laid down, from which only two (Q114 and Q115) were commissioned in early 1942 (probably, not fully completed). Six incomplete boats were destroyed by Japanese aircraft on slipways during bombings in December, 1941.

Modernizations


None.

Naval service


As part of Offshore patrol Q112 was used for training.