Lær om livet ombord på flådens flagskib under den kolde krig -
PEDER SKRAM. Fartøjet var bygget til at lede en kampgruppe af
krigsskibe, bestående af korvetter, missiltorpedobåde, ubåde og
minelæggere.

En unik oplevelse i Københavns Havn!Lær om livet ombord på flådens flagskib under den kolde krig -
PEDER SKRAM. Fartøjet var bygget til at lede en kampgruppe af
krigsskibe, bestående af korvetter, missiltorpedobåde, ubåde og
minelæggere.

En unik oplevelse i Københavns Havn!
The complement consisted of officers, petty officers, professional sailors and at the beginning conscripted personnel. From 1966 till 1977 202 persons.
The complement consisted of officers, petty officers, professional sailors and at the beginning conscripted personnel. From 1966 till 1977 202 persons.

Complement

The complement consisted of officers, petty officers, professional sailors and at the beginning conscripted personnel. From 1966 till 1977 202 persons. After the re-armament and the introduction of computer-based plotting systems the complement in 1977 was reduced to 172 i.e. 22 officers, 20 petty officers and 130 professional and conscripted sailors. When the state of readiness was increased the complement was increased by 4 officers and 15 sailors. The officers and petty officers were accommodated in 1 or 2 bunk cabins with common bath and toilet. The sailors were accommodated in four quarters.

 

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The crew of Peder Skram gathered for Sunday worship.


Each member of the complement had a number stating his belonging to the King's or the Queen's quarter. The former comprised personnel with odd numbers and the latter personnel with even numbers. The number indicated where the person had to report to handle specific tasks like in case of action or damage to the ship or when entering harbor. The complement was split up into 4 divisions: operations, weapons, technical and administration division. The Operations Division took care of tactical issues and communication, The Weapons Division manned the weapons systems and handled their maintenance. The Technical Division was in charge of the propulsion machinery, auxiliary engines and the electrical system, and the Administrative Division saw to all the administration, e.g. pay, provisions and accommodation of all onboard.

 

The Commanding Officer, his replacement - the second-in-command - and the 4 Division Commanders made up the ship's management. They were the only ones having their own cabin. All other officers and petty officers were quartered in 2-persons cabins. The sailors had their in common quarters where they slept in 3 tier bunks. The officers dined in the Officers' Waardroom, the petty officers in their mess, and the sailors in their common sailors' mess, called the Cafeteria.