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SM U-91



 U-Boat Index - WW1  SM U-91

Type U 87 Shipyard Kaiserliche Werft, Danzig (Werk 35) Ordered 23 Jun 1915 Laid down 1 Aug 1916 Launched 14 Apr 1917 Commissioned 17 Sep 1917

Commanders.
17 Sep 1917 - 11 Nov 1918 Alfred von Glasenapp

Career 8 patrols.
13 Dec 1917 - 11 Nov 1918 III Flotilla

Successes 37 ships sunk with a total of 87,119 tons.
2 ships damaged with a total of 11,821 tons.

  • 24 Dec 1917 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Elmleaf (damaged) 5,948 br
  • 28 Dec 1917 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Robert Eggleton 2,274 br
  • 2 Jan 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Boston City 2,711 br
  • 4 Jan 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Otto 139 br
  • 5 Jan 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Knightsgarth 2,889 br
  • 7 Jan 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Premier 89 br
  • 19 Feb 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Beacon Light 2,768 br
  • 22 Feb 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Haileybury 2,888 br
  • 23 Feb 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Birchleaf (damaged) 5,873 br
  • 23 Feb 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp British Viscount 3,287 br
  • 24 Feb 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Renfrew 3,830 br
  • 2 Mar 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Bessy 60 br
  • 20 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Florrieston 3,366 br
  • 20 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Lowther Range 3,926 br
  • 21 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Landonia 2,504 br
  • 21 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Normandiet 1,843 br
  • 22 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Baron Herries 1,610 br
  • 26 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Ethel 100 br
  • 27 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Gresham 3,774 br
  • 27 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Walpas 312 ru
  • 28 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Damao 5,668 pt
  • 28 Apr 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Oronsa 8,075 br
  • 1 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Westmoor 4,329 br
  • 6 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Port Hardy 6,533 br
  • 9 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Silvia 3,571 it
  • 13 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Badagri 2,956 br
  • 16 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Fisherman 136 br
  • 25 Jul 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Tippecanoe 6,187 am
  • 1 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Therese et Marthe 32 fr
  • 2 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Maia 185 fr
  • 2 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Marie Emmanuel 32 fr
  • 2 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Ave Maris Stella 22 fr
  • 4 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Mercedes 2,164 sp
  • 5 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Heathpark 2,205 br
  • 5 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Erindring 1,229 br
  • 8 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Cazengo 3,009 pt
  • 9 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Pierre 354 fr
  • 11 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Luksefjell 2,007 nw
  • 14 Oct 1918 U 91 Alfred von Glasenapp Bayard 55 fr

Fate 26 Nov 1918 - Surrendered to France. Broken up at Brest during July 1921.

There was another U 91 in World War Two.
That boat was launched from its shipyard on 30 Nov 1941 and commissioned into the Kriegsmarine on 28 Jan 1942.

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