::::  Naval Vessels - SWEDEN
WW1 FLEET PACK CONTAINING 15 COAST DEFENCE BATTLESHIPS, 7 CRUISERS AND 10 DESTROYERS
Code - 3MSWD1
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Description - SWEDISH NAVY OF WORLD WAR 1 ? COASTAL BATTLESHIPS N8301, SVERIGE, 1915, 1917, 6,852 tons, 22 knots, 4 x 11.1",8 x 6", 6 x 75mm , 2 x 21" torpedo tubes, 6" Belt, 2" Deck N8301, DROTTNING VICTORIA, 1917, 1921, 7125 tons, 22 knots, 4 x 11.1",8 x 6", 6 x 75mm, 2 x 21" torpedo tubes, 6" Belt, 2" Deck N8301, GUSTAV V, 1918, 1922, 7125 tons, 22 knots, 4 x 11.1",8 x 6", 6 x 75mm, 2 x 21" torpedo tubes, 6" Belt, 2" Deck N8302, OSCAR 11, 1905, 1907, 4203 tons, 18knots, 2 x 8.3",8 x 6", 10 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 6" Belt, 2" Deck N8303, ARAN, 1901, 1902, 3612 tons, 17knots, 2 x 8.3", 6 x 6", 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 7" Belt, 2" Deck N8303, WASA, 1902, 1904, 3612 tons, 17knots, 2 x 8.3", 6 x 6", 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 7" Belt, 2" Deck N3803, TAPPERHETEN, 1901, 1904, 3612 tons, 17knots, 2 x 8.3", 6 x 6"-, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 7" Belt, 2" Deck N3803, MANLIGHETEN, 1904, 1906, 3612 tons, 17knots, 2 x 8.3", 6 x 6"2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 7" Belt, 2" Deck N8304, DRISTIGHETEN, 1900, 1901, 3445 tons, 16.5knots, 2 x 8.3", 6 x 6", 2 x 18", 8" Belt, 2" Deck N8305, ODEN, 1897, 1898, 3445 tons, 16 knots, 2 x 10",6 x 4.7", 2 x 18 torpedo tubes, 10" Belt, 2" Deck N8305, THOR, 1898, 1899, 3445 tons, 16 knots, -do-, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 9.5" Belt, 2" Deck N8305, NIORD, 1898, 1900, 3445 tons, 16 knots, -do-, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 9.5" Belt, 2" Deck N8306, SVEA, 1886, 1887, 3051 tons, 15knots, 1 x 8.2", 7 x 6", 11 x 6pdr, , 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, 11 " Belt,2" Deck N8306, GOTA, 1890, 1891, 3238 tons, 16knots, 1 x 8.2", 7 x 6", 11 x 6pdr,, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, 11 " Belt,2" Deck N8306, THULE, 1893, 1894, 3248 tons, 16knots, 1 x 8.2", 7 x 6", 11 x 6pdr, 11 " Belt, 2" Deck CRUISERS N8334, FYLGIA, 1905, 1906, 4800 tons, 22knots, 8 x 6", 14 x 6pdr, , 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, 4" Belt, 2" Deck N8335, ORNEN, 1896, 1897, 850 tons, 20knots, 2 x 4.7", 4 x 6pdr, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, " Belt - Steel N8335, CLAS UGGLA, 1899, 1901, 850 tons, 20knots, -do-, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, " Belt - Steel N8335, CLAS HORN, 1898, 1900, 850 tons, 20knots, -do-, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, " Belt - Steel N8335, JACOB BAGGE, 1898, 1899, 850 tons, 20knots, -do-, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, " Belt - Steel N8335, PSILANDER, 1899, 1901, 850 tons, 20knots, -do-, 1 x 15" torpedo tubes, " Belt - Steel N8333, CLAS FLEMING, 1912, 1914, 1550 tons, 20knots, 4 x 4.7" 100 mines, none, 1" Deck DESTROYERS N8359, MODE, 1902, 1902, 400 tons, 3I knots, 6 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8359, MAGNE, 1905, 1905, 423 tons, 31 knots, 6 x 6pdr,2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8359, WALE, 1907, 1908, 430 tons, 30 knots, 2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8359, RAGNAR, 1908, 1909, 430 tons, 30 knots, 2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8359, SIGURD, 1908, 1909, 430 tons, 30 knots, 2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8359, VIDAR, 1909, 1910, 430 tons, 30 knots, -2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr,2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8358, HUGIN, 1910, 1911, 446 tons, 30 knots, 2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8358, MUNIN, 1911, 1912, 446 tons, 30 knots, 2 x 12pdr, 4 x 6pdr, 2 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8357, WRANGEL, 1917, 1918, 415 tons, 34 knots, 4 x 12pdr , 4 x 18" torpedo tubes, N8357, WACHTMEISTER, 1917, 1918, 415 tons, 34 knots, 4 x 12 pdr, 4 x 18" torpedo tubes, The Swedish Fleet during the first years of the Twentieth Century was a powerful force, based on the premise that it would either be strong enough to either keep the country out of a war, or if that was not possible, fight against a Baltic enemy, either Germany or Russia. Whilst not strong enough to oppose the full High Seas Fleet, the Swedish fleet would have been quite capable of holding its own against those units of the German fleet which were permanently stationed on the Baltic, even with the occasional addition of individual ships from the main fleet. Against the Russian fleet, particularly after 1917, the Swedes had every reason to feel confident, although they lacked any fast striking force with which to exploit any temporary advantage. The dates for each vessel quoted above are provisional as variations of up to a year appear in various sources. The armament for Swedish Destroyers appears to have varied, with 6pdr guns being replaced by 12pdr guns, both the Ragnar Class and the Hugin class apparently ending up with 4 x 12pdr.