|Shipyard||Blohm & Voss, Hamburg (Werk 254)|
|Ordered ||22 Jul 1915|
|Launched ||16 Nov 1915|
|Commissioned ||16 Mar 1916|
|Career ||19 patrols|
|8 May 1916|| - 23 Feb 1917|| Baltic Flotilla||23 Feb 1917|| - 13 Aug 1918|| Flandern Flotilla|
|Successes||18 ships sunk with a total of 19,650 tons.|
2 ships damaged with a total of 12,007 tons.
(View ships hit by UB 30)
13 Aug 1918 - Depth charged off E coast of UK and sunk at 5432N 0036E. 26 dead (all hands lost).
The boat lies in position 54.32'.351 N 000.35'.671 W (WGS84), in a depth of 43m (lowest astronomical depth) 3-miles NNE from Whitby north pier, North Yorkshire. She is intact and upright with the hatches open and the boat is full of silt and there are nets draped over the hull. (A diver was lost on the wreck in 1992.)