|Shipyard||A.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 270)|
|Ordered ||20 May 1916|
|Laid down ||13 Sep 1916|
|Launched ||22 Jun 1917|
|Commissioned ||10 Aug 1917|
|Career ||6 patrols|
|15 Oct 1917|| - 10 Mar 1918|| Flandern I Flotilla|
|Successes||8 ships sunk with a total of 8,198 tons.
(View ships hit by UB 58)|
10 Mar 1918 - Sunk by a mine in the Dover Barrage at 51.00N, 01.19E. 35 dead (all hands lost).
There was little doubt about the fate of UB 58 as some of her logs floated to the surface and were recovered by the Royal Navy. Divers in recent years have located the wreck - the wreck was actually located in 1918 but not identified at the time. The site has erroneously been linked to UB 54 and UB 108.