:: SMS B 110 (1915) ::

SMS B 110 destroyer (1915) High resolution picture

The SMS B 110, launched in 1915, was a German destroyer belonging to the B 109 class. These were large destroyers for their time, armed with six 550-millimeter torpedo tubes and four 88-millimeter cannons. They fought in Jutland and in other actions in the North Sea, the English Channel and the Baltic. All of them ended their days in Scapa Flow, scuttled together with the rest of the German High Seas Fleet in June 1919. The illustration shows the B 110 as she was in 1915, painted in black and armed with the 88-millimeter cannons that would be replaced in 1916.

Class: B 109 (4 units - B 109, B 110, B 111, B 112)

Type: Destroyer

Length: 98 meters

Beam: 9.5 meters

Draught: 3.83 meters

Displacement (normal): 1396 tonnes

Propulsion: 2 x shaft, 2 x steam turbine, 4 x oil boiler Schulz-Thornycroft, 40700 horsepower

Speed: 37 knots (68.5 kilometers/hour)

Range: 2620 nautical miles (4852 kilometers) at 20 knots

Complement: 114

Armament (as built): 4 x 88-millimeter 45-caliber cannon, 6 x 550-millimeter torpedo tube, 24 x mine

Armament (in 1916): 4 x 105-millimeter 45-caliber cannon, 6 x 550-millimeter torpedo tube, 24 x mine



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