List of naval ships of Germany

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The list of naval ships of Germany includes all naval ships which have been in service of the German Navy or its predecessors.

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  • Falke (1865): aviso, launched 1865
  • Falke (1891): cruiser, launched 1891
  • Falke: torpedo boat; Raubvogel-class
  • Falke: seaplane tender; Bussard-class
  • Fasana: mine-warfare ships; Fasana-class
  • Flink: torpedo boat; Schütze-class
  • Föhr: harbour tug; Sylt-class

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  • Ida (1859): armed steam ship
  • Ill (1928): supply ship
  • Ilmenau: Schwalbe-class minesweeper
  • Iltis: gunboat
  • Iltis (gunboat): Iltis-class gunboat, launched 4 August 1898, commissioned 1 December 1898 to 28 August 1914
  • Iltis (1905): auxiliary cruiser
  • Iltis (1927): torpedo boat
  • Iltis (S2): Jaguar-class (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1957—1975
  • Iltis (S42): Tiger-class (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Immelmann: air control ship; K V-class
  • Inger: Barbe-class (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Irben (1935): mine-warfare vessel
  • Irene: 5,000 ton Irene-class protected cruiser, launched 1887
  • Isar (1930): submarine tender
  • Isar: Mosel-class (Type 402) tender

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  • Jade (1967): support ship
  • Jäger: gunboat, launched 1860
  • Jäger (1883): torpedo gunboat
  • Jagd: aviso, launched 1888
  • Jagd (1919): tender
  • Jagd (1935): escort vessel
  • Jaguar (gunboat): Iltis-class gunboat, launched 19 August 1898, commissioned 4 April 1899, scuttled 7 November 1914
  • Jaguar (1928): torpedo boat
  • Jaguar (S1): Jaguar-class (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1957 to 1973
  • Jaguar (S47): Tiger-class (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Jasmund (K41): Darss-class survey vessel
  • Jena: Schwalbe-class minesweeper
  • Jeverland (1937): tanker
  • Jeverland (1940): replenishment ship
  • Joh. L. Krüger: Project RL 234 research vessel
  • Johann Wittenborg: experimental craft; Minesweeper 1916
  • Jordan: survey vessel
  • Jordan: survey vessel
  • Josef Römer: P-6-class torpedo boat
  • Josef Schares (753): Osa-class missile boat
  • Jüterbog (342): Kondor-class minesweeper
  • Juist (1968): diver training vessel
  • Juist: Wangerooge-class (Type 722) tug
  • Julius Adler: P-6-class torpedo boat
  • Juminda (1894): mine warfare vessel
  • Jungingen (1919): tender
  • Jupiter (1874): harbour craft, launched 1874
  • Jupiter (1944): minesweeper
  • Jupiter (1961): minesweeper

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  • Odenwald: Westerwald-class (Type 760) ammunition transport ship, decommissioned
  • Odin: 3,700 ton Odin-class coastal defense ship, launched 1894
  • Odin: Odin-class
  • Odin: minesweeper, Vorpostenboot; fish trawler
  • Offenburg: Lüneburg-class (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Oker: Oste-class (Type 423) fleet service, surveillance, and ELINT ship
  • Oker: Oker-class
  • Oldenburg (1884): 5,250 ton unique coastal armored ship, launched 1884
  • Oldenburg: 23,000 ton Helgoland-class battleship, launched 1910
  • Oldenburg: mine-warfare ships; Sesia-class
  • Oldenburg (F263): Braunschweig-class (Type 130) corvette, commissioned 2013
  • Olga: Training ship
  • Oranienburg (341): Kondor-class minesweeper
  • Orion (auxiliary cruiser): 15,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Orion: R-boat
  • Orion (minesweeper): Krebs-class (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1962—1990
  • Oste: tender, Faettenfjord-class
  • Oste: Oste-class (Type 423) fleet service, surveillance, and ELINT ship
  • Ostfriesland: 23,000 ton Helgoland-class battleship, launched 1909
  • Ostmark: seaplane tender
  • Ostmark: mine-warfare ships
  • Ostseeland (II): representation yacht
  • Ostseeland: representation yacht; Kondor-II-class
  • Oswald: tender, Seaplane tender
  • Otter (1877): gunboat, launched 1877
  • Otter (1909): river gunboat, launched 1909
  • Otter: mine-warfare ship; Irben-class
  • Otter: Otter-class
  • Otto Braun: experimental craft; Minesweeper 1916
  • Otto Tost (731): Osa-class missile boat
  • Otto von Guericke (A46): Piast-class salvage tug
  • Otto Wünsche: submarine tender; Wilhelm-Bauer-class
  • Ozelot (S37): Zobel-class (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1984
  • Ozelot (S78): Gepard-class (Type 143A) fast attack craft

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  • Vaterland: river gunboat, launched 1903
  • Vegesack: Vegesack-class (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1963
  • Versailles: mine-warfare ships
  • Victoria Louise: 5,700 ton Victoria Louise-class protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Victoria: corvette; Augusta-class
  • Vilm: Project RL 235 tanker
  • Vineta (1863): frigate, launched 1863
  • Vineta: 5,700 ton Victoria Louise-class protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Vineta: minesweeper; Ariadne-class
  • Viper: armoured gunboat, launched 1876
  • Viper: landing craft; Eidechse-class
  • Vitte (G421): Kondor-class minesweeper
  • Vogelsand: harbour tug; Lütje-Hörn-class
  • Vogelsand: harbour tug; Nordstrand-class
  • Vogtland (H71): Ohre-class 0
  • Völkingen (M1087): Lindau-class (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331
  • Völkingen: Fulda-class (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1979 to 1999
  • Volker: minesweeper, Vorpostenboot; fish trawler
  • Von der Groeben: R-boat tender; minesweeper 1916
  • Von der Lippe: R-boat tender; minesweeper 1916
  • Von der Tann (gunboat): steam-powered gunboat, 1848 to 1862
  • Von der Tann (battlescruiser): 19,400 ton unique battlecruiser, launched 1909
  • Vulkan: submarine salvage vessel
  • Vorwärts: river gunboat, launched 1899
  • Vorwärts: torpedo boat; Schütze-class

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  • Wolf: auxiliary cruiser
  • Wolf: torpedo boat; Raubtier-class
  • Wolf: Buoy tender
  • Wolja: russische Imperatriza Marija-class
  • Wotan: Werkstattschiff; Odin-class, Bundesamt für Wehrtechnik und Beschaffung
  • Wotan: minesweeper, Vorpostenboot; fish trawler

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Unnamed by Number[edit]

For unnamed submarines see: List of U-boats of Germany

  • EF3: Schnellboot fast attack craft (former Kriegsmarine S116), commissioned 1957 to 1964
  • G37: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913-class, launched 1914
  • G38: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1914
  • G39: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • G40: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • G41: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • G42: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • G85: 1051 ton Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • UW10: Schnellboot fast attack craft (former Kriegsmarine S130), commissioned 1957 to 1993
  • UW11: Schnellboot fast attack craft (former Kriegsmarine S208), commissioned 1957 to 1964
  • V-80: 76-ton experimental submarine
  • V108:

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References[edit]

  • Gröner, Erich (1985). "Band 1. Panzerschiffe, Linienschiffe, Schlachtschiffe, Flugzeugträger, Kreuzer, Kanonenboote". Die deutschen Kriegsschiffe, 1815-1945 I (Munich: Bernard&Graefe). ISBN 3763748008. 
  • Hansen, Hans Jürgen, "Die Schiffe der deutschen Flotten 1848–1945" (Urbes, Gräfelfing vor München, 1974, ISBN 3-924896-06-2).
  • Gibbons, Tony, "The Complete Encyclopedia of Battleships" (Salamander Books, London, 1983, ISBN 0-517-37810-8).
  • Bundesamt für Wehrtechnik und Beschaffung, "Schiffsnummernverzeichnis für Schiffe, Boote und Betriebsfahrzeuge der Deutschen Marine und des Wehrtechnischen Bereichs", 2002

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