Seawolf Class Submarine (1913)
Three Seawolf or "H" class submarines were completed for the U.S. Navy in 1913-14. A further six units being built for Russia were purchased in 1918. They were quite different from the American-built submarines of Britain's "H" class of 1915.
|Overview of 9 vessels|
|Citations for this data available on individual ship pages|
|Seawolf||Union Iron Works||6 May, 1913||1 Dec, 1913||Sunk 12 Mar, 1920|
|Nautilus||Union Iron Works||4 Jun, 1913||1 Dec, 1913||Broken up 1931|
|Garfish||Moran Brothers Shipyard||3 Jul, 1913||16 Jan, 1914||Stricken 1922|
|H-4||Puget Sound Navy Yard||9 Oct, 1918||24 Oct, 1918||Broken up 1931|
|H-5||Puget Sound Navy Yard||24 Sep, 1918||30 Sep, 1918||Broken up 1931|
|H-6||Puget Sound Navy Yard||26 Aug, 1918||26 Aug, 1918||Broken up 1931|
|H-7||Puget Sound Navy Yard||17 Oct, 1918||17 Oct, 1918||Broken up 1931|
|H-8||Puget Sound Navy Yard||14 Nov, 1918||18 Nov, 1918||Broken up 1931|
|H-9||Puget Sound Navy Yard||23 Nov, 1918||25 Nov, 1918||Broken up 1931|
Design and Construction
- Estimates Submitted to the Secretary of the Navy, Volume II, 1916. p. 1553.
- Gray, Randal (editor) (1985). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
|Seawolf Class Submarine|
|Russian Units purchased in 1918|
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