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82 F class

 

Nationality:

Austria-Hungary

Type: TB
Class: 82 F -- 16 in class
Builders: Danubius yards in Porto Ré and Bergudi
Displacement: 244 tons

Dimensions: (in feet and inches)

192' 9" x 19' 2" x 5' 1"
Machinery: 2-shaft AEG-Curtiss turbines; 2 Yarrow water-tube boilers; 5,000shp.
Speed: 28 knots
Armament:
NUMBER SIZE MOUNTS
2 2.6" (66mm) / 30 cal. 2x1
1 8mm MG
4 7.7" (45mm) TT 2x2
Compliment: 41

 

 

Ships in the class:

 

Name: Launched Fate:
82 F 11 August 1914 Allocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed NALUCA.  Served during World War II as an escort vessel; her armament was upgraded to two-88mm (3.45") and two-20mm guns; depth charges were also added.  NALUCA was bombed and sunk by Russian aircraft at Constanza on 20 August 1944.
83 F 7 November 1914 Allocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed SMEUL.  Served during World War II as an escort vessel; her armament was upgraded to two-88mm (3.45") and two-20mm guns; depth charges were also added.  Captured by Russian forces and served in the Soviet Navy as TOROS.  Returned to Rumania on 22 September 1945 and renamed SMEUL.  Stricken in 1958 and subsequently broken up.
84 F 21 November 1914 Allocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed FULGERUL.  While sailing for Rumania on 8 February 1922, she capsized and sank during a heavy storm in the Bosphorus.
85 F 5 December 1914 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed ZEZERE.  While being towed to Portugal, ran aground between Tunis and Algier on 29 December 1921and damaged beyond repair; subsequently broken up.  
86 F 19 December 1914 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed AVE.  Ran aground in 1940 and damaged beyond repair; subsequently broken up.
87 F 20 March 1915 Allocated to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T 5.  Taken over by the Italian Navy in April, 1941, and served without name change.  Returned to the Royal Yugoslavian Navy on 7 July 1943; following World War II, she was renamed CER.  Served until stricken in 1963, and subsequently broken up
88 F 24 April 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed CAVADO.  While being towed to Portugal, ran aground between Tunis and Algier on 29 December 1921 and damaged beyond repair; subsequently broken up.  
89 F 12 May 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed SADO.  Stricken in 1940 and subsequently broken up.
90 F 28 May 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed LIZ.  Stricken in 1934 and subsequently broken up.
91 F 21 June 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed MONDEGO.  Stricken in 1938 and subsequently broken up.
92 F 29 September 1915 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed PANORMOS.  Wrecked off Cape Tourlos in March, 1938 and sunk.
93 F 25 November 1915 Allocated to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T 6.  Taken over by the Italian Navy in April, 1941, and served without name change.  Scuttled on 11 September 1943 northwest of Rimini.
94 F 8 March 1916 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed PROSUSSA.  She was bombed by Italian aircraft on 4 April 1941 off Corfu and subsequently scuttled.
95 F 24 June 1916 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed PERGAMOS.  Scuttled on 25 April 1941 while laid up for repairs at Salamis.
96 F 8 July 1916 Allocated to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T 7.  Taken over by the Italian Navy in April, 1941, and served without name change.  Subsequently served in the navy of the independent Croatian state.  Stranded after action against British MTB's 659, 662 and 670 off Murter Island on 25 June 1944 and lost.
97 F 8 July 1916 Allocated to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T 8.  Taken over by the Italian Navy in April, 1941, and served without name change.  Sunk by German bombers on 10 September 1943.

 

Notes:  The 82 F class were built in the Danubius yards at Porto Ré and Bergudi.  They were the Danubius version of the STT 250-ton boats and differed in the make of their turbines and in having two funnels instead of one.  Originally, Danubius was to have built only four boats, but by lowering their price by ten percent, twelve more were ordered.  All sixteen saw active service in World War I, and they all survived the war.

 

Pictures

l_hermann_hl__21_82f_tb_1914_-_01.jpg (13472 bytes) L. Hermann  HL 21
l_hermann_hl__21_82f_tb_1914_-_02.jpg (16636 bytes) L. Hermann  HL 21
navis_761_82_f_tb_1915_-_01.jpg (14831 bytes) Navis 761
navis_761n_82_f_tb_1915_-_00.jpg (25364 bytes) Navis 761n