The UBIII was the final and most numerous series of the German UB Class Coastal Torpedo Attack Boats of World War One. 96 boats were commissioned from 1916 onwards, including 7 completed after the Armistice. Four shipyards produced them and there were several variants but the overall specifications were all very similar...Length : 55.30 metersDisplacement (surfaced) : 520TonsArmourment : 4 x forward 50cm torpedo tubes1 x rear 50cm torpedo tube10 torpedos carried1 x 88mm deck gun160 rounds carriedCrew : 34 menThe UBIII Class became the "blueprint" for the famous Type VIIC of World War Two, which is the most-produced submarine in world history.Each waterline model is 79mm long and there are three models included in this set.For extensive records and data on all German submarines I recommend that you visituboat.net
The UBIII is...
Just 79mm long in 1/700th scale
Just over 92mm long in 1/600th scale