SP13

CountryGermany
Ship ClassSpähkreuzer 1938-class Scout Cruiser
Planned BuilderHowaldtswerke Kiel
Planned Slip/Drydock NumberIV
Projected Keel Laying1 Mar 1944
Projected Launch1 Jun 1945
Projected Completion1 Jan 1947
Displacement5,791 tons standard
Length475 feet
Beam45 feet
Draft15 feet
MachineryTwo MAN 6-cyl diesel engines
Speed36 knots
Range7,000nm at 17 knots
Crew200
Armament3x2x150mm guns, 2x88mm anti-aircraft guns, 8x37mm anti-aircraft guns, 8x20mm anti-aircraft guns, 10x533mm torpedo tubes
Armor25mm belt, 25mm deck

Contributor:

This article refers to a planned ship that was not actually built.

ww2dbaseSP13 was a planned Spähkreuzer 1938-class scout cruiser. The entire class was canceled in 1942.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Revision: Sep 2020




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