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Main data original Model 1: 100
Length over all: 79.00 m 79.00 cm
Width on frames: 14.90 m 14.90 cm
Draft max .: 5.51 m 5.51 cm
Weight: 3500 t 3.5 kg
Speed: 15.1 kn 0.078 m / s

A speed of 0.778 m / s should be selected for the same wave pattern.

The plan set consists of 3 panels and shows the ship in a line plan, side and deck views, bow and stern views as well as cross-sections and many details. The plan was created by measuring a shipyard model.


SKU: 2002
  • SMS BEOWULF was commissioned as an armored ship IV class from Werft AG Weser. On April 11th, 1892 the ironclad was put into service. In the years 1902-1904 the BEOWULF was lengthened by 7.13 m and received new boilers and a second chimney. After the outbreak of war, the ship was assigned to the coastal defense. In 1916, BEOWULF was a target ship for submarines. After a brief use as an icebreaker, the ironclad was finally decommissioned on June 17th, 1919 and broken up in Gdansk in 1921.

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