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Name: L 67 and HRABRI
Type: Submarine
Keel: 08/11/1917
Launched: 16/06/1919 and 30/06/1927
Completed: 1928
Builder: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co
Yard: High Walker
Yard Number: 930 and 1020
Dimensions: 975disp surf - 1164disp subm, 236.4 (OA) x 40.0 x 13.0(draft)ft
Engines: 2 x Oil engines, 2400hp, plus 2 x 1600hp electric motors
Engines by: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co
Propulsion: 2 x Screws, 15.7knots surf, 10.0knots subm
Construction: Steel
Armament: 6 x 21.0ins bow torpedo tubes, 2 x 1 x 4.0ins QF guns
History:
1928 Royal Yugoslav Navy
1941 Broken up
Comments: 16/06/1919: Launched as L67 for the British Royal Navy
03/1919: Order cancelled
10/1919: Sold to Armstrong, Whitworth & Co
Incomplete vessel towed to the Elswick yard where she was laid until 1926
1926: Sold at a bargain price to the Government of Yugoslavia
1926: Hauled back up the slipway at High Walker yard & reconditioned
Considered too large for Adriatic conditions & could only dive to 260ft
1941: Captured by Italy, but broken up due to poor condition


Above photo as HRABRI courtesy of Photoship