Bremer Vulkan AG

Type   Shipyard
Historical Name of Location   Bremen, Weser-Ems, Germany

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Ships Constructed at Bremer Vulkan AG

Ship NameYard NoSlip/Drydock NoOrderedLaid DownLaunchedCompleted
H (Planned)1 Aug 1939
U-1327 Aug 1939
U-1337 Aug 1939
Coronel75413 Aug 19381 Dec 1942
Atlantis736III1 Jan 193716 Dec 19371 Jan 1938
U-7312 Jun 19385 Nov 193927 Jul 194030 Sep 1940
U-7422 Jun 19385 Nov 193931 Aug 194031 Oct 1940
U-7532 Jun 193815 Dec 193918 Oct 194019 Dec 1940
U-7642 Jun 193828 Dec 19393 Oct 19403 Dec 1940
U-77525 Jan 193928 Mar 194023 Nov 194018 Jan 1941
U-78625 Jan 193928 Mar 19407 Dec 194015 Feb 1941
U-79725 Jan 193917 Apr 194025 Jan 194113 Mar 1941
U-80825 Jan 193917 Apr 194011 Feb 19418 Apr 1941
U-81III25 Jan 193911 May 194022 Feb 194126 Apr 1941
U-821025 Jan 193915 May 194015 Mar 194114 May 1941
U-1347 Aug 19396 Sep 194017 May 194126 Jul 1941
U-135VI7 Aug 193916 Sep 194012 Jun 194116 Aug 1941
U-1367 Aug 19392 Oct 19405 Jul 194130 Aug 1941
U-1280VI22 Sep 194217 Sep 1943
U-1282VI22 Sep 194220 Oct 1943

* Projected dates; not actual

Slip/Drydock Utilization

[Con]: Construction; [FO]: Fitting Out

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WW2-Era Place Name Bremen, Weser-Ems, Germany
Lat/Long 53.1739, 8.5995

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