List of ship launches in 1914

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The list of ship launches in 1914 includes a chronological list of some ships launched in 1914.

Navy/Country Builder Location Ship Class / type Notes
17 January  Austria-Hungary Ganz & Company Fiume Szent István Tegetthoff-class battleship
21 February  German Empire Germaniawerft Kiel Kronprinz Wilhelm König-class battleship For Kaiserliche Marine
24 February  German Empire Blohm & Voss Hamburg Fritz diesel motor ship
25 February  United Kingdom John I. Thornycroft & Company Lance Laforey-class destroyer For Royal Navy
26 February  United Kingdom Hawthorne Leslie Lydiard Laforey-class destroyer For Royal Navy
26 February  United Kingdom Harland and Wolff Belfast, Northern Ireland Britannic Olympic-class ocean liner For Royal Navy
Sister ship of Titanic
14 March  United States Union Iron Works San Francisco, California K-3 K-class submarine For United States Navy
17 March  United States Fore River Shipyard Quincy, Massachusetts K-5 K-class submarine For United States Navy
19 March  United States Moran Company Seattle, Washington K-4 K-class submarine For United States Navy
23 March  United States New York Shipbuilding Camden, New Jersey Oklahoma Nevada-class battleship For United States Navy
26 March  United States Fore River Shipyard Quincy, Massachusetts K-6 K-class submarine For United States Navy
22 April  United States Bath Iron Works Bath, Maine McDougal O'Brien-class destroyer For United States Navy
23 April  United Kingdom E11 E-class submarine For Royal Navy
20 June  United States Union Iron Works San Francisco, California K-7 K-class submarine For United States Navy
20 June  German Empire Blohm + Voss Hamburg SS Bismarck Imperator-class ocean liner For Hamburg America Line
11 July  United States Union Iron Works San Francisco, California K-8 K-class submarine For United States Navy
11 July  United States Fore River Shipyard Quincy, Massachusetts Nevada Nevada-class battleship For United States Navy
20 July  United States William Cramp and Sons Philadelphia, Pennsylvania O'Brien O'Brien-class destroyer For United States Navy
19 August  United States William Cramp and Sons Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Nicholson O'Brien-class destroyer For United States Navy
22 August  United States New York Shipbuilding Camden, New Jersey Ericsson O'Brien-class destroyer For United States Navy
21 September  Spain SECN Ferrol Jaime I España-class battleship For Spanish Navy[1]
20 October  United Kingdom William Denny and Brothers Ltd Dumbarton, Scotland Princess Irene Ocean liner For Canadian Pacific Railway
31 October  United Kingdom John Brown & Company Clydebank, Scotland Barham Queen Elizabeth-class battleship For Royal Navy
4 November  United Kingdom Fairfield Shipbuilding Govan, Scotland Valiant Queen Elizabeth-class battleship For Royal Navy
17 November  United Kingdom Devonport Dockyard Devonport, England Royal Oak Revenge-class battleship For Royal Navy
21 November  German Empire Schichau-Werke Danzig Elbing Pillau-class light cruiser For Kaiserliche Marine
19 December  Australia Cockatoo Dockyard Sydney, New South Wales Huon River-class torpedo-boat destroyer For Royal Australian Navy
Unknown date  Sweden Baychimo Cargo ship For Hudson's Bay Company
Unknown date  United States Fore River Shipyard Quincy, Massachusetts Pacific Cargo ship For J S Emery Steamship Co
Unknown date  United Kingdom Irvine's Shipbuilding and Drydock Co Ltd West Hartlepool, Co Durham Pengreep Cargo ship For R B Chellew Steam Navigation Company

See also[edit]

Ship events in 1914
Ship launches: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Ship commissionings: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Ship decommissionings: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
Shipwrecks: 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fernandez, Mituckov & Crawford, pp. 66–67
  • Fernandez, Rafael; Mitiukov, Nicholas & Crawford, Kent (March 2007). "The Spanish Dreadnoughts of the España class". Warship International. Toledo, Ohio: International Naval Research Organization. 44 (1): 63–117. ISSN 0043-0374. OCLC 1647131.