|Shipyard||A.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 229)|
|Ordered||23 Nov 1914|
|Laid down||28 Jan 1915|
|Launched||13 May 1915|
|Commissioned||5 Jun 1915|
|Successes||14 ships sunk with a total of 8,182 tons.|
2 warships sunk with a total of 14,107 tons. (View ships hit by UC 14)
|Fate||3 Oct 1917 - Mined in a British minefield off the entrance to Zeebrugge harbour at 51.31.60N, 03.08.45E.. 17 dead (all hands lost).|
The wreck of UC 14 has been found and identified by local divers.
According to this article the wrecks of U 5 (missing around 18 Dec 1914) and UC 14 have been located off the port of Zeebrugge, Belgium. The wreck of U 5 is reported to be in a good shape while UC 14 was lost in a heavy explosion and in a bad shape.