IJN Fumisuki


The Japanese destroyer Fumisuki was laid down in Osaka and was launched in February 1926. Under second world war she had an active career and participated in operations at the Philippines, French Indochina, Micronesia and New Guinea. While at port in Truk lagoon, she was hit by two bombs from American airplanes from the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise 17.February 1944. The hits caused engine problems and leaks, and she went down the next day. The wreck rest today on her keel as a classic Donald Duck wreck on a depth of 30 to 39 meter.

Former names:
IJN Fumisuki
No 29
335,1 x 30,1 x 9,9 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1913 grt
Osaka ( JP ) 1926
Truk ( JP )

Last updated: January 2021