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Lazarettschiffe Innsbruck


Stats


Name: Innsbruck
Type S/S
Construction Yard
(Yard No.)
N.V. Machn. & Scheepswerf P. Smit Jr., Rotterdam
(321)
Launched 6.22
Commissioned 1922
Weight, metric tons 1810
Weight, BRT 1579
Length, meters 77,00
Width, meters 11,24
Depth, meters 3,73
Engines One 3cyl expansion engine,
1 shaft, 2 boilers
Horsepower, HP 1400 induced
Speed, knots 10
Range, nautical miles
(Max.)
? at 10 knots using 249t coal
Patients/Medical staff ?/?
Crew ?
Armament None
Owner Worms & Cie., Le Havre

History

  • Completed as Dutch S/S Tyne;
  • 1936 Rambon;
  • 1938 French Kerkéna;
  • 1940 seized by the Germans;
  • 21.2.41 into service as the hospital ship Innsbruck;
  • 20.1.42 decommissioned, and became Agathe, transport for U-boat hulls;
  • 29.7.42 German civilian (Fisser & van Doornum);
  • Returned 18.9.45, Kerkéna;
  • 1952 Amarante;
  • 1955 Cubanian;
  • Scrapped 7.62 in Mexico.