Kriegsmarinewerft

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

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Ships Constructed at Kriegsmarinewerft

Ship NameYard NoSlip/Drydock NoOrderedLaid DownLaunchedCompleted
Emden100I7 Apr 19218 Dec 19217 Jan 192515 Oct 1925
Möwe1026 Apr 19252 Mar 192524 Mar 19261 Oct 1926
Albatros1056 Apr 19255 Oct 192515 Jul 192615 May 1927
Greif1046 Apr 19255 Oct 192515 Jul 192615 Mar 1927
Seeadler1036 Apr 19255 Oct 192515 Jul 192615 Mar 1927
Falke107Drydock III6 Apr 192517 Nov 192522 Sep 192615 Jul 1928
Kondor106Drydock III6 Apr 192517 Nov 192522 Sep 192615 Jul 1928
Königsberg108I8 Apr 192512 Apr 192626 Mar 192717 Apr 1929
Köln116II8 Apr 19257 Aug 192623 May 19281 Jan 1930
Iltis1096 Apr 19258 Mar 192712 Oct 19271 Oct 1928
Wolf1106 Apr 19258 Mar 192712 Oct 192715 Nov 1928
Luchs112Drydock III6 Apr 19252 Apr 192715 Mar 192815 Apr 1929
Tiger111Drydock III6 Apr 19252 Apr 192715 Mar 192815 Jan 1929
Jaguar114I6 Apr 19254 May 192715 Mar 192815 Aug 1929
Leopard113I6 Apr 19254 May 192715 Mar 19281 Jun 1929
Leipzig117I18 Apr 192518 Apr 192818 Oct 19298 Oct 1931
Bremse22 Apr 193024 Jan 193114 Jul 1932
Admiral Scheer123I19 May 193125 Jun 19311 Apr 193312 Nov 1934
Admiral Graf Spee124II23 Aug 19321 Oct 193230 Jun 19346 Jan 1936
F1012717 Aug 193412 Nov 193411 May 193612 Mar 1938
F912624 Aug 193412 Nov 193411 May 193621 Aug 1937
Scharnhorst125II25 Jan 193415 Jun 19353 Oct 19367 Jan 1939
Tirpitz128II14 Jun 19362 Nov 19361 Apr 193925 Feb 1941
P (Planned)133II8 Aug 19391 May 1939 *1 May 1941 *1 May 1943 *
N (Planned)129I24 May 19381 Jan 1940 *1 Jan 1942 *1 Jan 1943 *
U-751134II2 Jan 194016 Nov 194031 Jan 1941
U-752II5 Jan 194029 Mar 194124 May 1941
U-754II8 Jan 19405 Jul 194128 Aug 1941
L (Planned)130VII25 May 19391 Mar 1940 *1 Sep 1940 *1 Apr 1944 *
P3 (Planned)II1 May 1942 *1 May 1944 *1 Oct 1945 *
SP10 (Planned)I1 Mar 1943 *1 Jun 1944 *1 Dec 1945 *
P8 (Planned)VIII1 May 1943 *1 May 1945 *1 Oct 1946 *
P1 (Planned)II1 Dec 19411 Jun 1944 *1 Dec 1945 *1 Dec 1946 *
SP17 (Planned)I1 Mar 1945 *1 Jun 1946 *1 Dec 1947 *

* Projected dates; not actual

Slip/Drydock Utilization

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



Kriegsmarinewerft Timeline

8 Dec 1921 The keel of Emden was laid down at the Reichsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
7 Jan 1925 Emden was launched at the Reichsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. Admiral Hans Zenker gave a speech at her launching, and the ship was christened by the widow of Karl von Müller, who had commanded the original warship by the same name of Emden during WW1.
12 Nov 1934 The keel of F10 was laid down at the Kriegsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
12 Nov 1934 The keel of F9 was laid down at the Kriegsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
11 May 1936 F10 was launched at the Kriegsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
11 May 1936 F9 was launched at the Kriegsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.




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WW2-Era Place Name Wilhelmshaven, Weser-Ems, Germany
Lat/Long 53.5223, 8.1255


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