Blohm & Voss BV P.111

          The Blohm & Voss P.211 was a back up design to the BV 138 sea plane, which was later built in fairly large numbers. Dr. Richard Vogt, who designed many asymmetric aircraft for Germany (including the BV 141, BV 237, BV P.194, BV P.204), also designed the P.111. Whereas the fuselage was basically similar to the later-built BV 138, a long boom with a conventional tail unit was placed on the port side of the wing. Three Jumo 208 engines, each developing 1500 horsepower, were all mounted on the wing leading edge. A pontoon was located just outboard of the port engine, beneath the wing. Since the BV 138 was awarded a contract by the RLM, the P.111's development was not continued.

Blohm & Voss BV P.111 Dimensions, Weights and Performance
Sorry, no data available at the present time

Blohm & Voss BV P.111 Models
There are no models of the BV P.111 available at the present time

Scratch built Bv P.111 model by Reinhard Roeser



Above color illustration from Wydawnictwo Militaria #64 BV 138