2.-class torpedo boat

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Lyn class torpedoboat.jpg
Norweign torpedo boat Lyn, a 2.-class torpedo boat
Class overview
Operators:
Built: 1892–1894
In commission: 1880s–1940s
Planned: 41
Completed: 41
Scrapped: 41
General characteristics
Type: Torpedo boat
Displacement: 42 long tons (43 t)
Complement: 11
Armament:

1 × 37 mm (1.5 in) gun

1 × fixed torpedo tube

The 2.-class torpedo boat was a designation in the Scandinavian countries for a type of fast steam torpedo boats between 40 tons and 80 tons, in service from the 1880s to after World War I.

Ships in class[edit]

Royal Danish Navy[edit]

Royal Norwegian Navy[edit]

  • HNoMS Lyn (1882)
  • HNoMS Glimt
  • HNoMS Blink
  • HNoMS Pil
  • HNoMS Snar
  • HNoMS Orm
  • HNoMS Oter
  • HNoMS Varg
  • HNoMS Raket
  • HNoMS Djerv
  • HNoMS Kvik
  • HNoMS Hvas
  • HNoMS Kjaek
  • HNoMS Hauk
  • HNoMS Falk
  • HNoMS Orn
  • HNoMS Ravn
  • HNoMS Grib
  • HNoMS Jo
  • HNoMS Skarv
  • HNoMS Teist
  • HNoMS Kjell (1912)

Royal Swedish Navy[edit]

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