S 90 Class

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    T90 Class (T90 - T101 )  Ocean Going  Torpedo Boats  

T90.  Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 26th July 1899 and commissioned into the German navy on 24th October  1899 as S90. Served overseas and on the 127th October 1914. Deliberately beached during the siege of Tsingtao   and wrecked on the Chinese coast.

T91 Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 25th September 1899 and commissioned into the German Navy as S91 on the 24th April 1900 served overseas until 1902 then served in a  torpedo boat flotilla.  On 4th September 1914 renamed T91 and served between 1914 to 1915 as a coastal defence ship, becoming a tender in 1915. After the war served in the Reichsmarine until 22nd March 1921 when T91 was stricken and sold on the 26th may 12921 and broken up at Duasseldorf.

T92 Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 15th May 1900 and commissioned into the German Navy as S92 on the 27th June 1900 served overseas until 1902 then served in a  torpedo boat flotilla.  On 4th September 1914 renamed T91 and served  as a   minesweeping division flagship. Between 1916 and 1918 joined the escort and patrol  flotilla after the war served in the Reichsmarine until 22nd March 1921 when T92 was stricken and sold on the 26th May 12921 and broken up at Duasseldorf.

T93 Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 24th March  1900 and commissioned into the German Navy as S93 on the 14th July 1900 and served in Coastal defence.    On 4th September 1914 renamed T91 and  in 1917 when T93 was used for patrol and escort duties.  After the war served in the Reichsmarine until 22nd March 1921 when T93 was stricken and sold on the 26th May 1921 and broken up at Duasseldorf.

T97 Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 16th December   1900 and commissioned into the German Navy as S97 on the 28th May 1900 . After being commissioned  S97 was used as the dispatch boat Sleipner in the service of the Kaiser, as the tender to the Imperial yacht Hohenzollern   On 4th September 1914 renamed T97 and was used as a coastal defence ship. In 1917 to 1918 used for patrol and escort duties. .  After the war served in the Reichsmarine until 22nd March 1921 when T93 was stricken and sold on the 26th May 1921 and broken up at Duasseldorf.

T100 Built by Schichau, at Elbing.   Launched 13th November 1900 and commissioned into the German Navy as S101 on the 18th April 1901.    On 4th September 1914 renamed T100 Served as a submarine flotilla flagship. and as a training boat during 1915.  Sunk after collision with the ferry Preussen ont he 15th October 1915. with the loss of 39 killed. The wreck was later blown up in 19125 a/ 1926 and then broken up   

 

 All built at Built by Schichau, at Elbing.  Displacement: 310 tons,  Speed 26.5 to 27 knots. Crew  Two officers and 55 other ranks. Armament: three 4pdr  and three 18 inch Torpedo tubes.

 

S90 (T90) 26th July 1899 Renamed as T class in 1914. Deliberately beached during the siege of Tsingtao in 1914. and wrecked on the Chinese
T91  (ex S91) 25th September 1899 Stricken 22nd March 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T92  (ex S92) 15th May 1900 --Stricken 22nd March 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T93  (ex S93) 24th march 1900 --Stricken 22nd March 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T94   ( ex S94) 24th April 1900 Stricken 26th October 1920 and scrapped at Wilhelmshaven 1921
T95   (ex S95 ) 20th February 1900 --Stricken 22nd march 1921 and scrapped at Kiel
T96  (ex S96 ) 31st January 1900 --Stricken 22nd march 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T97 (ex S97 ) ex Sleipner 16th December 1899 Became tender to the Imperial yacht Hohenzollern and renamed Slepnir. Renamed as T class in 1914. Reconverted to war ship in WW1. Stricken 22nd march 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T98 (ex S98 ) 28th July 1900 --Stricken 22nd march 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T99 (ex S99) 4th September 1900 --Stricken 22nd march 1921 and scrapped at Dusseldorf
T100 (ex S100) 13th November 1900 Renamed as T class in 1914. Sunk after colliding with another vessel in 1915.
T101 (ex S101 ) 22nd December 1900 Stricken 22nd March 1921 and scrapped at Kiel