Type 212 LOA 184-188′ TDISP 1,830 tons submerged (8 active with German Navy, 4 with Italian Navy)
Type 206 (Service 1973-2011) LOA 159′ TDISP 500 tons submerged (16 all retired, 2 sold and in service with Colombia)
Type 205 LOA 145′ TDISP 455 tons submerged (13, 2 served in Danish Navy, all retired, 3 preserved)
U-10 (1967-1993) Museum ship at Wilhelmshaven
Type XXI U-Boat LOA 252′ TDISP 1,800 tons submerged (118 built, 1 preserved)
Wilhelm Bauer (formerly U-2540) 1945 commissioned and scuttled at end of Second World War, raised in 1957, Service in West German Navy from 1960-1982, mostly as a research and test boat. Museum boat at Bremerhaven since 1984.
Type IXC U-boat LOA 252′ TDISP 1,120 tons, 1,230 tons submerged. (194 built, 2 preserved)
U-505 (1941-1944) Captured by USN 4 June 1944, as a “Top secret” capture, cover story of sinking, technically evaluated by USN and disguised as a USN boat. In 1954 donated to the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. On exterior display until refurbishment in 2004. According to the museum website, the capture resulted in the Allies gaining access to 900 pounds of codebooks and 2 intact enigma machines.
U-534 (1942-1945) sunk by aircraft 5 May 1945. Wreck discovered by a Danish treasure hunter in 1986. Raised and salvaged 1993, transported to Birkenhead, where it joined the collection of the Warship Preservation Trust, until that museum ceased operations 2006. Sectioned into several components and Moved to nearby Woodside Ferry Terminal and is on exterior display.
U-995 Type VIIC/41 U-Boat (1943-1945) LOA 220′ TDISP 760 tons, 860 tons submerged. During war patrols U-995 sank several merchant and warships. After surrender at Trondheim, was acquired by Norway, served in the Norwegian Navy as the Kaura (1952-1965). Museum boat at Laboe Naval Memorial.
Replica U-boat used in filming. Full scale but only consists of the surfaced hull sections. Likely modelled on the Type VIIC class. Added for novelty’s sake!