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List of ships of the German navies

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

See also:

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A

  • Adler: 880 ton Habicht-class gunboat, launched 1883
  • Admiral Graf Spee: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1933
  • Admiral Hipper: 14,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1937
  • Admiral Scheer: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1934
  • Adolf Lüderitz: Fleet tender, launched 20 February 1939, commissioned 11 June 1940
  • Ägir: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1895
  • Albatros (1926): Type 1923 torpedo boat, launched 15 July 1926, commissioned 5 May 1927, beached 9 April 1940
  • Albatros (S7): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1975
  • Albatros (S61): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Albatross (1871): gunboat, launched 1871
  • Albatross (1907): 2,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1907
  • Albert Leo Schlageter: Sail training ship, launched 1937, became Portuguese training ship Sagres III in 1961
  • Alexandrine, corvette, launched 1885
  • Alk (S29): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960—1974
  • Alk (S55): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Alliance: NATO research vessel under German flag, in service since 1988
  • Alster: Template:Sclass- (Type 423) fleet service, surveillance, and ELINT ship
  • Amazone (1843): 3-masted sail corvette of the Preußische Marine
  • Amazone (1900): 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Ammersee: Template:Sclass- (Type 703) small coastal tanker
  • Arcona: frigate, launched 1858
  • Arcona: corvette, launched 1885
  • Arcona: 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 22 April 1902, commissioned 12 May 1903, recommissioned 27 May 1940 as a floating anti-aircraft battery, scrapped 1948
  • Ariadne: corvette, launched 1871
  • Ariadne: 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1900
  • Arminius: Unique ironclad warship
  • Atlantis: 17,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Auerbach/Oberpfalz: Template:Sclass- (Type 352) minesweeper
  • Augsburg (cruiser): 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1909
  • Augsburg (F222): Template:Sclass- (Type 120) frigate, commissioned 1962 to 1988
  • Augsburg (F213): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate

B

  • Bad Bevensen: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Bad Rappenau: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Baden (1880): 7,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1880
  • Baden: 29,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1915
  • Baltrum: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug
  • Barbarossa: converted ocean-liner, commissioned 1849
  • Barbe: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Basilisk (1862): gunboat, launched 1862
  • Basilisk (1878): armoured gunboat, launched 1878
  • Bayern (1878): 7,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1878
  • Bayern: 29,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1915
  • Bayern (D183): Template:Sclass- (Type 101A) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Bayern (F217): Template:Sclass- (Type 123) frigate
  • Beowulf: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1890
  • Berlin: 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Berlin (A1411): Template:Sclass- (Type 702) replenishment and combat support ship
  • Biene: armoured gunboat, launched 1876
  • Bismarck: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1877
  • Bismarck: 42,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1939
  • Blitz (1862): gunboat, launched 1862
  • Blitz (1882): aviso, launched 1882
  • Blücher: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1877
  • Blücher: 15,800 ton unique heavy cruiser, launched 1908
  • Blücher: 14,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1937
  • Bonin: gunboat, launched 1833
  • Bonn: Template:Sclass- (Type 702) replenishment and combat support ship (ordered)
  • Bottsand: Template:Sclass-, commissioned 1984
  • Brandenburg: 10,500 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1891
  • Brandenburg (F215): Template:Sclass- (Type 123) frigate
  • Brasse: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Braunschweig (battleship): 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1902
  • Braunschweig (F224): Template:Sclass- (Type 120) frigate, commissioned 1964 to 1989
  • Braunschweig (F260): Template:Sclass- (Type 130) corvette, building
  • Bremen (1842): corvette, launched 1842
  • Bremen (cruiser): 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1903
  • Bremen (F207): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Bremse (1884): armoured gunboat, launched 1884
  • Bremse (cruiser): 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- mine-laying cruiser, launched 1916
  • Bremse (auxiliary): Auxiliary gunnery training ship, launched 1931, commissioned 14 July 1932, sunk 7 August 1941
  • Breslau: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1911
  • Brommy: Template:Sclass2- frigate, former Royal Navy HMS Eggesford, commissioned 1959 to 1965
  • Brummer (1884): armoured gunboat, launched 1884
  • Brummer (cruiser): 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- mine-laying cruiser, launched 1915
  • Brummer (auxiliary): Auxiliary gunnery training ship, launched 29 May 1935, commissioned 8 February 1936, sunk 15 April 1940
  • Brummer (minelayer): Minelayer, former Norwegian Template:HNoMS, captured 9 April 1940
  • Bussard (cruiser): 1,650 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1890
  • Bussard (S25): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1975
  • Bussard (S64): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Butt: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)

C

  • Camäleon: gunboat, launched 1860
  • Camaeleon: armoured gunboat, launched 1878
  • Cap Arcona: 27,500 ton Converted from ocean liner to troop ship, launched 1927, sunk 1945
  • Carl Peters: Fleet tenders, launched 13 April 1939, commissioned 6 January 1940
  • Carola: corvette, launched 1880
  • Castor: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1962—1990)
  • Charlotte: corvette, launched 1885
  • Coburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Cöln (1909): 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1909
  • Cöln (1916): 5,600 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1916
  • Comet: aviso, launched 1860
  • Condor: cruiser, launched 1892
  • Cormoran: Converted from merchant ship to light cruiser
  • Coronel: 11,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Crocodill (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Crocodill (1879): armoured gunboat, launched 1879
  • Cuxhaven: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331, recommissioned 1979 to 2000
  • Cyclop (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Cyclop (1874): gunboat, launched 1874

D

  • Dachs (S33): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962—1983
  • Dachs (S77): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Danzig (1825): gunboat, launched 1825
  • Danzig (1851): corvette, launched 1851
  • Danzig: 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1905
  • Datteln: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Delphin: gunboat, launched 1860
  • Delphin: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Derfflinger: 27,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1913
  • Der Königliche Ernst August: corvette, launched 1848
  • Detmold: Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1969
  • Deutschland (1874): 7,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1872
  • Deutschland (1904): 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1904
  • Deutschland (1914): Auxiliary minelayer
  • Deutschland (submarine): Merchant submarine
  • Deutschland (1923): 21,000 ton ocean liner converted in hospital ship, launched 1923, sunk 1945
  • Deutschland (1927): School ship
  • Deutschland (cruiser): 12,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1931, renamed Lützow in 1939
  • Deutschland (A59): Training cruiser
  • Dillingen: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Dommel (S21): Template:Sclass- fast attack craft, commissioned 1961—1974
  • Dommel (S56): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Donau: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Donau (A516): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Dorsch: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Drache: gunboat, launched 1865
  • Dresden (1907): 3,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1907
  • Dresden (1916): 5,600 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1917
  • Düren: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1979, upgraded to Type 351, recommissioned 1989 to 2000

E

  • Eber (1887): gunboat, launched 1887
  • Eber: Template:Sclass-, launched 6 June 1903, commissioned 15 August 1903, burned 26 October 1917
  • Eider: Template:Sclass2- (Type 139) trawler, former Royal Navy HMS Flint
  • Eisbär: Template:Sclass- (Type 721) icebreaker, decommissioned 1997
  • Eismöve: Schnellboot fast attack craft, commissioned 1956—1967
  • Eisvogel: Template:Sclass- (Type 721) icebreaker
  • Elbe (1831): schooner, launched 1831
  • Elbe: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Elbe (A511): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Elbing: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1914
  • Elisabeth: frigate, 1868
  • Elsass: 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1903
  • Elster (S19): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960—1974
  • Elster (S54): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Emden (1908): 3,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1908
  • Emden (1915): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1916
  • Emden (cruiser): 6,000 ton unique light cruiser, launched 1925
  • Emden (F221): Template:Sclass- (Type 120) frigate, commissioned 1961 to 1983
  • Emden (F210): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Ensdorf: Template:Sclass- (Type 352) minesweeper
  • Erfurt: Template:Sclass- (Type 130) corvette, commissioned 2013
  • Erzherzog Johann: corvette, launched 1840
  • Eversand: Template:Sclass-, commissioned 1984

F

  • Falke (1865): aviso, launched 1865
  • Falke (1891): cruiser, launched 1891
  • Falke (S10): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1975
  • Falke (S62): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Fehmarn: Template:Sclass- (Type 720) tug
  • Felchen: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Flensburg (M1084): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1970, upgraded to Type 331
  • Flensburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1972 to 1991
  • Flunder: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Forelle: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Frankenthal: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Frankfurt: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1915
  • Frankfurt am Main: Template:Sclass- (Type 702) replenishment and combat support ship
  • Frauenlob (1855): schooner, launched 1855
  • Frauenlob: 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Frauenlob (1918): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, cancelled 1919
  • Frettchen (S36): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1983
  • Frettchen (S76): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Freya (1874): corvette, launched 1874
  • Freya: 5,700 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Freiburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Friedrich Carl (1867): armoured frigate, launched 1867
  • Friedrich Carl: 9,000 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, launched 1902
  • Friedrich der Grosse (1874): 6,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1874
  • Friedrich der Grosse (1911): 25,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1911
  • Friedrich Schürer: Type 202 submarine
  • Frithjof: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1891
  • Fuchs: gunboat, launched 1860
  • Fuchs (S13): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959—1973
  • Fuchs (S46): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Fulda (M1086): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to present, upgraded to Type 331, not decommissioned for upgrade
  • Fulda (M1058): Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Fürst Bismarck (1896): 10,700 ton unique armored cruiser, launched 1897
  • Fürst Bismarck (1915): Template:Sclass-, laid down in 1915 but never completed

G

  • 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
  • Gazelle (1859): frigate, launched 1859
  • Gazelle (1900): 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1898
  • Gefion (1843): frigate
  • Gefion: 3,700 ton unique light cruiser, launched 1893
  • Geier: 1,900 ton Template:Sclass- cruiser, launched 1894
  • Geier (S11): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1975
  • Geier (S63): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Gepard (S35): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1982
  • Gepard (S71): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Glücksburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Gneisenau: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1879
  • Gneisenau (armored cruiser): 11,600 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, launched 1906
  • Gneisenau (battleship): 35,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1936
  • Gneisenau (F212): Template:Sclass2-, former Royal Navy HMS Oakley, commissioned 1958 to 1966
  • Goeben: 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1911
  • Gorch Fock (1933): Sail training ship, launched 1933, became Soviet training ship Tovarishch
  • Gorch Fock (1958): Type 441 unique sail training barque, launched 1958
  • Göttingen (M1070): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331
  • Göttingen: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1979 to 1997
  • Graf Spee (battlecruiser): Template:Sclass-, not completed
  • Graf Spee (F215): Type 138 frigate, commissioned 1959 to 1964
  • Graf von Götzen: commissioned 1914
  • Graf Zeppelin: 28,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1938 but never completed
  • Graudenz: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1913
  • Greif (1886): cruiser, launched 1886
  • Greif (S9): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1976
  • Greif (S66): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Grille: aviso, launched 1857
  • Grosser Kurfürst (1875): 6,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1875
  • Grosser Kurfürst (1913): 26,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1913
  • Großherzog von Oldenburg: corvette, launched 1848
  • Grömitz: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter

H

  • Habicht (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Habicht (1879): gunboat, launched 1879
  • Habicht (S26): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1976
  • Habicht (S69): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Hagen: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1893
  • Häher (S18): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960—1974
  • Häher (S51): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Hai: Type 240 submarine, former Kriegsmarine U-2365
  • Hamburg (1841): corvette, launched 1841
  • Hamburg (cruiser): 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1903
  • Hamburg (D181): Template:Sclass- (Type 101A) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Hamburg (F220): Template:Sclass- (Type 124) frigate
  • Hameln (1959): Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1963
  • Hameln (M1092): Template:Sclass- (Type 352) minesweeper
  • Hannover: 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1905
  • Hans Techel: Type 202 submarine
  • Hansa (1847): frigate, launched 1847
  • Hansa (1872): armoured corvette, launched 1872
  • Hansa (1898): 5,700 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1898
  • Hansa (auxiliary cruiser): 19,200 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Hay (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Hay (1881): gunboat, launched 1881
  • Hecht: Type 240 submarine, former Kriegsmarine U-2367
  • Heimdall: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1892
  • Hela (1852): schooner, launched 1853
  • Hela: 2,000 ton unique aviso, launched 1895
  • Helgoland (battleship): 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1909
  • Helgoland (A1457): Template:Sclass- (Type 720) tug, decommissioned 1997
  • Hermelin (S38): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962—1983
  • Hermelin (S73): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Herten: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Hertha (1864): frigate, launched 1864
  • Hertha: 5,700 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Hessen (battleship): 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1903
  • Hessen (D184): Template:Sclass- (Type 101A) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Hessen (F221): Template:Sclass- (Type 124) frigate, planned commission December 2005
  • Hildebrand: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, possibly not completed
  • Hindenburg: 27,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1915
  • Hipper: Template:Sclass- frigate, former Royal Navy HMS Actaeon, commissioned 1959 to 1964
  • Homburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Horst Wessel: Sail training ship, launched 1936, became United States Coast Guard USCGC Eagle
  • Hugin: Template:Sclass- (Type 152) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960 to 1973
  • Hummel: armoured gunboat, launched 1881
  • Hyäne (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Hyäne (1878): gunboat, launched 1878
  • Hyäne (S40): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1984
  • Hyäne (S80): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft

I

  • Iltis (gunboat): Template:Sclass-, launched 4 August 1898, commissioned 1 December 1898 to 28 August 1914
  • Iltis (S2): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1957—1975
  • Iltis (S42): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Inger: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Isar: Template:Sclass- (Type 402) tender
  • Irene: 5,000 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1887

J

  • Jagd: aviso, launched 1888
  • Jäger: gunboat, launched 1860
  • Jaguar (gunboat): Template:Sclass-, launched 19 August 1898, commissioned 4 April 1899, scuttled 7 November 1914
  • Jaguar (S1): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1957 to 1973
  • Jaguar (S47): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Juist: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug
  • Jupiter (1874): harbour craft, launched 1874

K

  • Kaiser (1874): 7,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1874
  • Kaiser (1911): 25,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1911
  • Kaiser Barbarossa: 11,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1900
  • Kaiser Friedrich III: 11,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1896
  • Kaiser Karl der Grosse: 11,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1899
  • Kaiser Wilhelm II: 11,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1897
  • Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse: 11,600 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1899
  • Kaiserin: 25,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1911
  • Kaiserin Augusta: 6,000 ton unique heavy cruiser, launched 1892
  • Kamerun: Norwegian minesweeper Template:HNoMS captured in April 1940, re-designated as Vorpostenboot, later to minelayer.
  • Karlsruhe (1912): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1912
  • Karlsruhe (1916): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1916
  • Karlsruhe (1927): 7,200 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1927
  • Karlsruhe (F212): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Karpfen: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Koblenz (M1071): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1975, upgraded to Type 331
  • Koblenz: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1978 to 1999
  • Kolberg: 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1908
  • Köln (cruiser): 7,200 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1928
  • Köln (F220): Template:Sclass- (Type 120) frigate, commissioned 1961 to 1982
  • Köln (F211): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Komet: 7,500 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Kondor (S8): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1976
  • Kondor (S67): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • König: 26,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1913
  • König Albert: 25,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1912
  • König Wilhelm: unique amoured frigate, 9,700 tons, launched 1868; rebuilt 1897 into heavy cruiser
  • Königsberg (1905): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1905
  • Königsberg (1915): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1915
  • Königsberg (1927): 7,200 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1925
  • Konstanz: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1980, upgraded to Type 351 and recommissioned 1989 to 2000
  • Kormoran (auxiliary cruiser): 19,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Kormoran (S28): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1976
  • Kormoran (S70): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Kranich (S16): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1973
  • Kranich (S60): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Krebs: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1973
  • Kronprinz (1867): Unique ironclad, commissioned September 1867
  • Kronprinz: Original name for 1914 battleship Kronprinz Wilhelm
  • Kronprinz Wilhelm (battleship): 26,000 ton Template:Sclass-, renamed from Kronprinz in 1918
  • Kronprinz Wilhelm (auxiliary cruiser): 24,900 ton auxiliary cruiser, built as a civilian liner in 1901, commissioned as an auxiliary cruiser in 1914, surrendered to the US in 1915
  • Kulmbach: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm: 10,500 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1891

L

  • Laboe: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter, decommissioned 28 March 2012
  • Lachs: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships
  • Lahn: Template:Sclass- (Type 403) tender
  • Langeoog: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug
  • Lech: Template:Sclass- (Type 403) tender
  • Leipzig (1905): 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1905
  • Leipzig (1918): Template:Sclass-, launched 1918, not completed
  • Leipzig (1929): 8,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1929
  • Leopard (S5): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958—1973
  • Leopard (S45): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Lindau (M1072): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1975, upgraded to Type 331
  • Lindau: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1978 to 2000
  • SMS Loreley (1859): aviso, launched 1859
  • SMS Loreley (1885): gunboat, launched 1885
  • Lothringen: 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1904
  • Löwe (1938): Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured on 9 April 1940, re-designated as torpedo boat.
  • Löwe (S12): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959—1975
  • Löwe (S48): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • SMS Lübeck (1844): corvette, launched 1844
  • Lübeck (cruiser): 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1904
  • Lübeck (F224): Template:Sclass- (Type 120) frigate, commissioned 1963 to 1988
  • Lübeck (F214): Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Luchs (1899): Gunboat, launched 18 October 1899, commissioned 15 April 1900, blown up 28 August 1914
  • Luchs (S4): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958—1972
  • Luchs (S43): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Ludwigshafen am Rhein: Template:Sclass- (Type 130) corvette, commissioned 2013
  • Luise: corvette, launched 1872
  • Luneburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Lütjens: Template:Sclass- (Type 103B) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Lützow (battlecruiser): 27,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1913
  • Lützow (1939): 14,000 ton modified Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, sold before completion to Soviet Union in 1939, never commissioned
  • Lützow (1931): 12,000 ton Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, renamed from Deutschland in 1939

M

  • Mackensen: Template:Sclass-, launched 1917, not completed
  • Magdeburg (cruiser): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1911
  • Magdeburg (1917): Template:Sclass-, launched 1917
  • Magdeburg (F261): Template:Sclass- (Type 130) corvette, building
  • Main: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Main (A515): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Mainz: 4,400 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1909
  • Makrele: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Marburg (M1080): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331
  • Marburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1979 to 2000
  • Marder (S14): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959—1972
  • Marder (S44): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Marie: corvette, launched 1881
  • Markgraf: 26,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1913
  • Mars: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1961—1992)
  • Mecklenburg: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1901
  • Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: Template:Sclass- (Type 123) frigate
  • Medusa (1864): corvette, launched 1864
  • Medusa: 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Meersburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Mercur: corvette, launched 1847
  • Meteor (1865): gunboat, launched 1865
  • Meteor (1890): aviso, launched 1890
  • Meteor (1915): gunboat, launched 1915
  • Michel: 11,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Minden (M1085): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1975, upgraded to Type 331
  • Minden: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1978 to 1997
  • Mira: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1960—1973) is for sale click for details: – here
  • Mölders: Template:Sclass- (Type 103B) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Moltke: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1877
  • Moltke: 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1910
  • Mosel: 238 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1872
  • Mosel: Template:Sclass- (Type 402) tender
  • Mosel (A512): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Möwe: gunboat, launched 1879
  • Mühlhausen: Type 742 diver support ship
  • München: 3,300 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1904
  • Munin: Template:Sclass- (Type 152) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960 to 1964
  • Muräne: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Musquito: brigg, launched 1851

N

  • Nassau: 19,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1908
  • Natter (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Natter (1880): armoured gunboat, launched 1880
  • Nautilus (1871): gunboat, launched 1871
  • Nautilus: 2,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1907
  • Neckar: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Nerz (S34): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1982
  • Nerz (S74): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Niedersachsen: Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Niobe (1849): schooner, launched 1849
  • Niobe (cruiser): 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Niobe (schooner): Sail training ship, launched 1913
  • Nix: aviso, launched 1850
  • Nixe: corvette, launched 1885
  • Norderney: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug, decommissioned
  • Nürnberg (1906): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1906
  • Nürnberg (1916): Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1916
  • Nürnberg (cruiser): 8,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1934, became Soviet Admiral Makarov
  • Nymphe (1863): corvette,launched 1863
  • Nymphe (cruiser): 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Nymphe (coastal defense ship): Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured in April 1940, re-designated as Flak ship.

O

  • Odenwald: Template:Sclass- (Type 760) ammunition transport ship, decommissioned
  • Odin: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1894
  • Offenburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Oker: Template:Sclass- (Type 423) fleet service, surveillance, and ELINT ship
  • Oldenburg (1884): 5,250 ton unique coastal armored ship, launched 1884
  • Oldenburg: 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1910
  • Oldenburg (F263): Template:Sclass- (Type 130) corvette, commissioned 2013
  • Olga: Training ship
  • Orion (auxiliary cruiser): 15,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Orion (minesweeper): Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1962—1990
  • Oste: Template:Sclass- (Type 423) fleet service, surveillance, and ELINT ship
  • Ostfriesland: 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1909
  • Otter (1877): gunboat, launched 1877
  • Otter (1909): river gunboat, launched 1909
  • Ozelot (S37): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1963—1984
  • Ozelot (S78): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft

P

  • Paderborn: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1979, upgraded to Type 351, recommissioned 1989 to 2000
  • Panther (gunboat): Template:Sclass-, launched 1 April 1901, commissioned 15 March 1903, sold 1931, scrapped
  • Panther (destroyer), Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured on 9 April 1940, re-designated as torpedo boat.
  • Panther (S24): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958—1973
  • Panther (S50): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Passau (minesweeper): Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1963
  • Passau (M1096): Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Pegnitz: Template:Sclass- (Type 352) minesweeper
  • Pelikan (S30): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960—1974
  • Pelikan (S53): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Peter Strasser: 28,000 ton Template:Sclass-, never launched
  • Pfeil (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Pfeil (1882): aviso, launched 1882
  • Pfeil: Vosper (Type 153) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962—1965
  • Pillau: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1914
  • Pinguin (auxiliary cruiser): 17,600 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Pinguin (S22): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1961—1973
  • Pinguin (S58): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Planet: Template:Sclass- (Type 752), commissioned 2005
  • Plötze: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Pollux: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1961—1992)
  • Pommerania: aviso, launched 1864
  • Pommern: 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1905
  • Posen: 19,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1908
  • Preussen (1873): 6,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1873
  • Preussen (1903): 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1903
  • Preussischer Adler: aviso, launched 1846
  • Prinz Adalbert (1864): Unique ironclad, originally ordered by the Confederate States Navy
  • Prinz Adalbert (1876): corvette, launched 1876
  • Prinz Adalbert (1901): 9,000 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, 1901
  • Prinz Eitel Friedrich: cruiser
  • Prinz Eugen: 14,000 ton modified Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, launched 1938
  • Prinz Heinrich: 9,000 ton unique armored cruiser, 1900
  • Prinzess Wilhelm: cruiser, launched 1887
  • Prinzregent Luitpold: 25,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1911
  • Puma (S39): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962—1981
  • Puma (S72): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft

R

  • Raubmöve: Schnellboot fast attack craft, commissioned 1956—1967
  • Raule: Template:Sclass2- frigate, former Royal Navy HMS Albrighton, commissioned through 1967
  • Regensburg: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1914
  • Regulus: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1962—1990)
  • Reiher (S20): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960—1973
  • Reiher (S59): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Renke: Landing craft, decommissioned
  • Rhein: 238 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1872
  • Rhein: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Rhein (A513): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Rheinland: 19,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1908
  • Rheinland-Pfalz: Template:Sclass- (Type 122) frigate
  • Rhön: Template:Sclass- (Type 704) tanker
  • Rochen: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Rommel: Template:Sclass- (Type 103B) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Roon: 10,000 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, launched 1903
  • Rostock: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1912
  • Rostock (1918): Template:Sclass-, launched 1918, not completed
  • Rottweil: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Rover: brigg, launched 1853
  • Ruhr: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender

S

  • S113: Großes Torpedoboot 1916 class, launched 1918
  • Saar: Template:Sclass- (Type 402) tender
  • Saarburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 701) replenishment ship
  • Sachsen (1877): 7,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1877
  • Sachsen (1916): 29,000 ton Template:Sclass-, not completed
  • Sachsen (F219): Template:Sclass- (Type 124) frigate
  • Salamander (1850): aviso, launched 1850
  • Salamander (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Salamander (1880): armoured gunboat, launched 1880
  • Salm: Landing craft, decommissioned
  • Scharnhorst (armored cruiser): 11,600 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, launched 1906
  • Scharnhorst (battleship): 35,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1936
  • Scharnhorst (F 213): Template:Sclass- frigate, former Royal Navy HMS Mermaid, commissioned 1959 to 1968
  • Scheer: Type 138 frigate, commissioned 1959 to 1967
  • Schlei: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships
  • Schlesien: 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1906
  • Schleswig: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1979, upgraded to Type 351, recommissioned 1989 to 2000
  • Schleswig-Holstein (battleship): 13,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1906
  • Schleswig-Holstein (D182): Template:Sclass- (Type 101A) destroyer, decommissioned
  • Schleswig-Holstein (F216): Template:Sclass- (Type 123) frigate
  • Schwaben: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1901
  • Schwalbe (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Schwalbe (1887): cruiser, launched 1887
  • Schwarzwald: Template:Sclass- (Type 706) replenishment ship
  • Scorpion (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Scorpion (1877): armoured gunboat, launched 1877
  • Seeadler (cruiser): 1,650 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1892
  • Seeadler (S6): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958 to 1976
  • Seeadler (S68): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Seydlitz (battlecruiser): 25,000 ton unique battlecruiser, launched 1912
  • Seydlitz (cruiser): 14,000 ton modified Template:Sclass- heavy cruiser, selected while under construction for conversion to an aircraft carrier, never completed
  • Siegburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 352) minesweeper
  • Siegen: Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1963
  • Siegfried: 3,700 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1889
  • Silbermöve: Schnellboot fast attack craft, commissioned 1956 to 1967
  • Sinop: battleship, launched 1878
  • Sirius: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1961 to 1990
  • Sophie: corvette, launched 1881
  • Sovetskaya Ukraina: Captured from the Soviet Union under construction, not completed
  • Sperber (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Sperber (1888): cruiser, launched 1888
  • Sperber (S27): Template:Sclass- (Type 141) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1976
  • Sperber (S65): Template:Sclass- (Type 143) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Spessart: Template:Sclass- (Type 704) tanker
  • Spica: Template:Sclass- (Type 340) minesweeper, commissioned 1961 to 1992
  • Spiekeroog: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug
  • Stein: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1879
  • Stettin: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1907
  • Stier: 11,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Stör: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Storch (S17): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1960 to 1974
  • Storch (S52): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Stosch: 3,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1877
  • Strahl: Vosper (Type 153) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962 to 1967
  • Stralsund (1816): schooner, launched 1816
  • Stralsund: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1911
  • Strassburg: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1911
  • Sturmmöve: Schnellboot fast attack craft, commissioned 1956—1967
  • Stuttgart: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1906
  • Sulzbach-Rosenberg: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter

T

  • Tegernsee: Template:Sclass- (Type 703) small coastal tanker
  • Thetis (1846): frigate, launched 1846
  • Thetis (cruiser): 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser
  • Thetis (Flak ship): Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured in April 1940, re-designated as Flak ship.
  • Thor: 10,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Thielbek: 2,800 ton Converted from freighter to transport ship, sunk 1945
  • Thorn: river gunboat, launched 1826
  • Thüringen: 23,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1909
  • Tiger (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Tiger (gunboat): Template:Sclass-, launched 15 August 1899, commissioned 3 April 1900, scuttled 29 October 1914
  • Tiger (1940), Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured in April 1940, re-designated as torpedo boat.
  • Tiger (S23): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958 to 1974
  • Tiger (S41): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Tirpitz: 42,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1939
  • Togo, Norwegian minesweeper Template:HNoMS captured in April 1940, re-designated as Vorpostenboot, later to minelayer.
  • Trave: Template:Sclass2- (Type 139 patrol trawler)
  • Tsingtao: river gunboat, launched 1903
  • Tübingen (M1074): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1975, upgraded to Type 331
  • Tübingen: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1978 to 1997
  • Tümmler: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)

U

  • Überherrn: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Ulm: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned (1959 to 1978, upgraded to Type 351, recommissioned 1989 to 1999
  • Undine (1869): brigg, launched 1869
  • Undine: 2,700 ton Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1902

V

  • V45: 1051 tons, Großes Torpedoboot 1913 class, launched 1915
  • V116: Großes Torpedoboot 1916 class, launched 1918
  • Vaterland: river gunboat, launched 1903
  • Vegesack: Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1963
  • Victoria Louise: 5,700 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Vineta (1863): frigate, launched 1863
  • Vineta: 5,700 ton Template:Sclass- protected cruiser, launched 1897
  • Viper: armoured gunboat, launched 1876
  • Völkingen (M1087): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331
  • Völkingen: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1979 to 1999
  • Von der Tann (gunboat): steampowered gunboat, 1848 to 1862
  • Von der Tann (battlescruiser): 19,400 ton unique battlecruiser, launched 1909
  • Vorwärts: river gunboat, launched 1899

W

  • Wacht: aviso, launched 1887
  • Walchensee: Template:Sclass- (Type 703) small coastal tanker, decommissioned
  • Wangerooge: Template:Sclass- (Type 722) tug
  • Weissenburg: 10,500 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1891
  • Weiden: Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter, commissioned 1993 to 2006
  • Weihe (S15): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1959 to 1972
  • Weihe (S57): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Weilheim (M1077): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1959 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331 and recommissioned 1978 to 1995
  • Weilheim (M1059): Template:Sclass- (Type 332) minehunter
  • Wels: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Werra (tender): Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Werra (A514): Template:Sclass- (Type 404) replenishment ship
  • Weser: Template:Sclass- (Type 401) tender
  • Wespe (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Wespe (1876): gunboat, launched 1876
  • Westensee: Template:Sclass- (Type 703) small coastal tanker, decommissioned
  • Westerwald: Template:Sclass- (Type 760) ammunition transport ship
  • Westfalen: 19,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1908
  • Wettin: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1900
  • Wetzlar (M1075): Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1976, upgraded to Type 331
  • Wetzlar: Template:Sclass- (Type 331, upgraded Type 320 Lindau-class) minesweepers, commissioned 1978 to 1995
  • Widder: 16,000 ton unique auxiliary merchant cruiser
  • Wiesbaden: Template:Sclass- light cruiser, launched 1915
  • Wiesbaden (1917): Template:Sclass-, launched 1917, not completed
  • Wiesel (S32): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1962—1984
  • Wiesel (S79): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft
  • Wildschwan: Schnellboot fast attack craft, commissioned 1957—1964
  • Wilhelm Bauer: Type 241 submarine, former Kriegsmarine U-2540
  • Wittelsbach: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1900
  • Wolf (1860): gunboat, launched 1860
  • Wolf (1878): gunboat, launched 1878
  • Wolf (S3): Template:Sclass- (Type 140) fast attack craft, commissioned 1958—1975
  • Wolf (S49): Template:Sclass- (Type 148) fast attack craft, decommissioned
  • Wolfsburg: Template:Sclass- (Type 320) minesweeper, commissioned 1958 to 1979, upgraded to Type 351, recommissioned 1989 to 2000
  • Worms: Template:Sclass- (Type 321) minesweeper, commissioned 1960 to 1963
  • Wörth: 10,500 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1892
  • Württemberg (1878): 7,800 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1878
  • Württemberg (1917): 29,000 ton Template:Sclass-, not completed

Y

  • Yorck: 10,000 ton Template:Sclass- armored cruiser, launched 1904

Z

  • Zähringen: 12,000 ton Template:Sclass-, launched 1901
  • Zander: Template:Sclass- (Type 520) utility landing craft, used as transport ships (decommissioned)
  • Zick, Norwegian Template:Sclass- Template:HNoMS captured in 1940, re-designated as Vorpostenboot.
  • Zieten: aviso, launched 1876
  • Zobel (S31): Template:Sclass- (Type 142) fast attack craft, commissioned 1961—1982
  • Zobel (S75): Template:Sclass- (Type 143A) fast attack craft

Named by Number

See also

References

  • 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

External links

  • Deutsche Marine – Schiffsliste janmaat.de
  • Kriegsmarine ships
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