The Seehund was the most successful midget submarine in the German Navy and between January 1945 to April 1945, 142 sorties had been conducted which resulted in the sinking of 8 ships (17,301 tons) with a loss of 35 in return. It is believed the majority of losses were caused by calamities rather than due to enemy action. Three ships were damaged for 18,384 tons.
- dimensions - 44 x 25 mm
- number of details - 11