1942 to 16 August 1944
27 March 1942
1937-43 Type R-boat/Räumboot
110 tons standard 126 tons full load
2 × MWM RS 127 Su 6 × cylinder
4 stroke diesel engines producing up to 1,800 ehp
2 × Voith-Schneider
1,100 nautical miles at 15 knots
31 men and officers
1 × 3.7 cm L/83 SK C/30 later
carried 1000 rounds
2 × 2 cm MG L/65 C/30
carried 2000 rounds
The R182 R-boat (Räumboot) was built in the 1940s by Burmester
shipyard located in Burg-Lesum, Germany as a minesweeper or escort vessel for the Kriegsmarine.
And which served in the 10.
during the Second World War.
The R-boat R182 is commissioned.
The R-boat R182 becomes operational with the 10.
15 June 1944
The R-boat R182 is sunk after being attacked by Allied aircraft,
off Le Havre.
Position 49° 29N 00° 06E.
The R-boat R182 is refloated and undergoes refitting, and
16 August 1944
The R-boat R182 is sunk cause unknown along with R
, at Charton
German Warships, 1815-1945: Major Surface Vessels.
German Warships, 1815-1945: U-boats and Mine Warfare Vessels.
German warships of the Second World War.
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