SM U-16 (Germany)
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For other ships with the same name, see German submarine U-16.
U-Boats at Kiel, 1914.
U-22, U-20, U-19, & U-21 (1st row, l-r);
U-14, U-15, U-11, U-16, U-18, and U-?? (2nd row, l-r).
|Ordered:||26 August 1909|
|Laid down:||10 May 1910|
|Launched:||29 August 1911|
|Commissioned:||28 December 1911|
|Fate:||February 1919 - Sunk in an accident in position Coordinates: while on passage to surrender.|
|Class and type:||German Type U 16 submarine|
|Length:||57.80 m (189 ft 8 in)|
|Beam:||6.00 m (19 ft 8 in)|
|Draught:||3.36 m (11 ft 0 in)|
|Test depth:||50 m (160 ft)|
|Boats & landing
|Complement:||4 officers, 25 men|
Summary of raiding history
|Date||Ship Name||Nationality||Tonnage[Note 2]||Fate|
|15 February 1915||Dulwich||United Kingdom||3,289||Sunk|
|15 February 1915||Ville de Lille||France||997||Sunk|
|18 February 1915||Dinorah||France||4,208||Damaged|
|19 February 1915||Belridge||Norway||7,020||Damaged|
|26 May 1915||M. Roosval||Sweden||309||Sunk|
|26 May 1915||Betty||Denmark||2,109||Sunk|
|28 May 1915||Mars||Russian Empire||251||Sunk|
|30 May 1915||Søborg||Denmark||2,108||Sunk|
|20 September 1915||Thorvaldsen||Denmark||1,220||Sunk|
|26 September 1915||Ellen Benzon||Denmark||143||Sunk|
|29 September 1915||Flora||Norway||184||Sunk|
|29 September 1915||Actie||Norway||562||Sunk|
|30 September 1915||Florida||Norway||558||Sunk|
|1 October 1915||Pallas||Sweden||838||Captured as prize|
- "SM" stands for "Seiner Majestät" (English: His Majesty's) and combined with the U for Unterseeboot would be translated as His Majesty's Submarine.
- Tonnages are in gross register tons
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