|Shipyard||Blohm & Voss, Hamburg (Werk 260)|
|Ordered||22 Jul 1915|
|Launched||15 Jan 1916|
|Commissioned||22 May 1916|
|Successes||7 ships sunk with a total of 1,584 tons.|
2 ships taken as prize with a total of 917 tons. (View ships hit by UB 36)
9 May 1917 - Mined off the Flanders on the evening of May 9/10, 1917 soon after sailing from Zeebrugge. Minefield laid in May 1916. 23 dead|
The wreck of what proved to be UB 36 was located by divers as early as 1971 but only positively identified by Belgian divers through propeller markings in August 2013.
Previously recorded fate
Rammed off Ushant (48°42'N 05°14'W) by French steamer Molière. This attack in fact sank UC 36.