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The list of Kriegsmarine ships includes all ships commissioned into the Kriegsmarine, the German navy of the Third Reich period, during its existence from 1935 to the conclusion of World War II in 1945.

See the list of naval ships of Germany for ships in German service throughout the country's history.

Major warships

Fast battleships

Pre-dreadnought battleships

Heavy cruisers

Light cruisers

Destroyers and torpedo boats

Destroyers

Torpedo boats

Auxiliary cruisers

Mine warfare craft

Minelayers

  • Tannenberg 1935 (5,500 tons, 3 x 150mm guns, 460 mines)
  • Brandenburg 1936 (3,900 tons, 3 x 105mm guns, 250 mines)
  • Lothringen 1941 (2,000 tons, 2 x 88mm guns, 200 mines)
  • Niedersachsen 1934 (1,800 tons, 2 x 105mm guns, 260 mines
  • Drache 1924 (1,800 tons, 2 x 88mm guns, 120 mines)
  • Brummer 1940 (3 × 10.5 cm guns, 2 × 3.7 cm anti-aircraft guns, 10 × 2 cm anti-aircraft guns, 4 × 46 cm torpedo tubes, 280 mines)
  • Oldenburg 1934 (1,200 tons, 2 x 88mm guns, 145 mines
  • Kamerun 1939 (370 tons, 2 x 88mm guns, 100 mines)
  • Togo 1939 (370 tons, 2 x 88mm guns, 100 mines)
  • Kiebitz 1943

Sperrbrecher

  • Sperrbrecher 1 – Sperrbrecher 100 (5,000 tons, 2 x 88mm guns)

Minesweeper

  • M1935 class (875 tons, 2 x 105mm guns)
    • M1M69
  • M1940 class (775 tons, 1 x 105mm gun)
    • M70M196
  • M1943 class (825 tons, 2 x 105mm guns)
    • M197M214

R Boats

  • R1 class 1929 (60 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 6 mines)
    • R1R16
  • R17 class 1934 (115 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 12 mines)
    • R17R24
  • R25 class 1938 (110 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 12 mines)
    • R25R40
  • R41 class 1939 (125 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 12 mines)
    • R41R129
  • R130 class 1940 (150 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 12 mines)
    • R130R150
  • R151 class 1940 (125 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 12 mines)
    • R151R217
  • R218 class 1942 (140 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 16 mines)
    • R218R300
  • R301 class 1942 (160 tons, 1 x 88mm gun, 16 mines, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • R301R312

Mine hunters

  • KM1KM36

Small craft

S-boats

  • S1 class (50 tons, 1 x 20mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S1S25
  • S26 class (75 tons, 1 x 20mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S26S29
  • S30 class (80 tons, 1 x 20mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S30S37
  • S38 class (80 tons, 1 x 20mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S38S60
  • S38b class (90 tons, 2 x 20mm guns, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S61S99
  • S100 class (100 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S100S150
  • S151 class (100 tons, 1 x 37mm gun, 2 torpedo tubes)
    • S151S205

U-boats

Training submarines

Coastal submarines

Ocean-going submarines

Minelaying submarines

Supply submarines

Electric boats

Midget submarines

  • Seehund (17 tons, 2 x torpedoes)
    • 138 commissioned
  • Hecht (Training)
    • 53 commissioned
  • Biber (6.5 tons, 2 x torpedoes)
    • 324 commissioned
  • Molch (11 tons, 2 x torpedoes)
    • 393 commissioned
  • Delphin (Prototype)
    • 3 commissioned
  • Seeteufel (Prototype)
    • 1 commissioned
  • Schwertwal (Prototype)
    • 1 commissioned

Human torpedoes

  • Neger (1 x torpedo)
    • 200 commissioned
  • Marder (3 tons, 1 x torpedo)
    • 500 commissioned
  • Hai (Prototype)
    • 1 commissioned

Auxiliary ships

Troop ships

Artillery training ships

  • Bremse 1933 (1,800 tons, 4 x 127mm guns)
  • Brummer 1934 (3,000 tons, 8 x 105mm guns, 480 mines)

Torpedo training ships

Radio-controlled targets

Sail training ships

Floating anti-aircraft batteries

Escort

  • F class (700 tons, 2 x 105mm guns)
    • F 1F 10
  • PA class (925 tons, 1 x 105mm gun)
    • PA-1PA-4

Gunboats

  • LS1LS12

Blockade runners/Auxiliary minelayers

Captured foreign warships

A significant number of foreign warships were captured and recommissioned into the Kriegsmarine. Some were never completed.

Unfinished Ships

Aircraft carriers

Heavy cruisers

  • Seydlitz, (uncompleted, intended for conversion into light aircraft carrier, but never completed)
  • Lützow, (sold uncompleted to Soviet Union in 1940)

Destroyers

Torpedo boats

A multitude of other ships also remained unfinished by the end of the war: escorts, gunboats, landing craft, fleet tenders, AA batteries, training ships, auxiliary ships, patrol boats, minelayers, mine hunters, fast torpedo attack boats (E-Boats) and more.

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