Spanish Navy A-class submarine
Specifications, N. Monturiol A-1, A class:
The first Spanish Navy`s submarine was named after the famous Spanish submarine inventor,
Narciso Monturiol. The boat was laid down on September 28, 1915, at Fiat-San Giorgio, la Specia, Italy, launched, April 16, 1917; and commissioned, August 25, 1917.

Displacement (srf/sub tons):
Dimensions (L*B*D meter): 45.6*4.2*3.1
Propulsion: 2*350hp Fiat diesel engines, 2*250hp Savigliano electric motors for submergence, driving two shafts
Speed (srf/sub knots):
Range (srf/sub n/miles@knots): 1,300@10/125@4.5
Diving depth (feet): 150
Complement: 17 officers and enlisted
Torpedo: 2*14" (450mm) bow torpedo tubes, total of 6 torpedoes
Mines: none
Armament: none

Only 3 boats were built in this class, A-1 Narciso Monturiol, A-2 C. Gracia, and A-3, by Fiat-San Giorgio, la Specia, Italy, all launched in 1917, and commissioned on the same day August 25, 1917.

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