SMS Nurnberg

Nurnberg Class Light Crusier

History
Served in East-Asia squadron 1910 - 1914. Took part in the Battle of Coronel on 1 November 1914. Sunk by HMS Kent during the Battle of the Falkland in December 1914, there were only 7 survivors.

Builder
Laid
Launched
Commissioned
Captain at Coronel

Kaiserliche Werft,Kiel
1906
29 August 1906
10 April 1908
Captain von Schönberg

Specifications
 
Dimensions
Length (O/A)
Length (W/L)
Beam
Draft

Displacement
Full Load
Standard

Propulsion
Boilers
Turbines
Endurance
Horsepower
Shafts
Max Speed
Coal Bunkerage

Protection
Waterline Side Belt
Deck Armour
Bulkheads
Turrets
Barbettes
Control Tower

Armament
Main Gun
Secondary Gun
Smaller Weapons
Torpedoes

Complement
Usual
Wartime

117.4 mtr
116.8 mtr
13.3 mtr
5.14 mtr


3,802 tons
3,469 tons


11 x coal
2 x vertical 3 cylinder triple expansion
4,170 NM @ 12 Knots
13,154 shp
2
23.4 Knots
400 - 880 tons coal


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20 - 80 mm
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20 - 100 mm


10 x 10.5 cm (single mounts)
8 x 5.2 cm
4 - 6 Machine Gun
2 x 45 cm (submerged)


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