|Shipyard||A.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 243)|
|Ordered||30 Apr 1915|
|Laid down||15 Jul 1915|
|Launched||10 Feb 1916|
|Commissioned||18 Jan 1916|
|Successes||36 ships sunk with a total of 47,107 tons.|
2 ships damaged with a total of 3,713 tons.
2 ships taken as prize with a total of 2,170 tons.
1 warship damaged with a total of 3,750 tons. (View ships hit by UB 29)
|Fate||13 Dec 1916 - Mined off Ostend. The wreck was located and identified in 2017. It's exact position was not released. 22 dead (all hands lost).|
It is possible that UC 19 and not UB 29 was the victim of Landrail's depth charges.
Previously recorded fate
Sunk by 2 depth charges from HMS Landrail at 51°09’N, 1°46’E (S of Goodwin Sands). UC 19 could possibly been sunk in this attack.