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German Navy's future 212CD submarines to be maintained in Norway

20th March 2018 - 15:45 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Portsmouth

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A common maintenance model between Germany and Norway will see German Navy submarines maintained at a support hub in Norway.

The two countries in 2017 signed an MoU that will see increased cooperation on a number of key programmes, including the integration of the Kongsberg Naval Strike Missile and the planned six-boat class of Type 212CD submarines, in a four-two split between Norway and Germany respectively.

The submarines, designed from the outset to be AIP variants, will be built by Germany’s ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems. The Type 212CD – denoting common design – will leverage existing capabilities of the current

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