U-3062

CountryGermany
Ship ClassType XXI-class Submarine
BuilderDeutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau AG
Yard Number1221
Slip/Drydock NumberIV
Ordered6 Nov 1943
Laid Down9 Mar 1945

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ww2dbaseU-3062 was a Type XXI submarine ordered by the German Navy in Nov 1943. The Deutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau (Deschimag) shipyard in Bremen, Germany began building this boat in Mar 1945. After the war, she was broken up on the building slips.

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Last Major Revision: Feb 2020

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U-3062 Operational Timeline

6 Nov 1943 German Navy ordered the construction of submarine U-3062.
9 Mar 1945 The keel of U-3062 was laid down on Building Ways IV at the Deschimag shipyard in Bremen, Germany.




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