Rohrbach Ro VII "Robbe"
Type WerkNr. Registration History
Ro VII Robbe I 20 D-926 Took part in the Seeflugwettbewerb in 1926. On 22/7 it had to land because of engine failure.Was not allowed to continue in the competition. Sold to DVS
Ro VIIa Robbe I 21 D-927 Took part in the Seeflugwettbewerb in 1926. On 15/7 the right propeller broke into parts, damaging the ailerons and the left propeller. Emergency landing, but after repair did not finish the competition. Sold to DVS
Ro VIIb Robbe II     Built in 1927. During record trial with Udet and Tank as pilots it had to do an emergency landing with minor damages as a result. The aircraft was towed to shore and there after dismanteled. Parts were used for the Ro XI

Record flights on 23/8 1926 (FAI) : 1) 186 km/h over 100 km with 500 kg load 2) 180 km/h over 500 km with 500 kg load 3) 186 km/h over 100 km with 1000 kg load  4) 180 km/h over 500 km with 1000 kg load  5) Transport of 1000 kg over 519 km. Pilot was Werner Landmann

Type a 2 + 4 seat flying boat (Military : Reconnaissance ) b 2 + 6 seat experimental flying boat
Engine 2 BMW IV 1 BMW VIa
Dimensions Length 13.2 m, height 5.5 m, span 17.4 m, wing area 40 m2, aspect ratio 7.57 Length 15.3 m, height 5.75 m, span 21.6 m, wing area 55 m2, aspect ratio 8.4
Weights Empty 2000 kg, fuel 484 kg, oil 50 kg, crew 160 kg, payload 666 kg,  load 1360 kg, flying weight 3360 kg Empty 3600 kg, fuel 1200 kg, oil 70 kg, crew 180 kg,payload 650kg, flying weight 5680 kg
Performance Max. speed 210 km/h at 2000 m, cruising sped at sea level 180 km/h,climb to 1000 m 5 min., landing speed 116 km/h, service ceiling 4500 m, range 855 km, endurance 4.75 h Max. speed 224 km/h at sea level, cruising speed 200 km/h at sea level, landing speed 135 km/h, service ceiling 4300 m, range 1200 km, endurance 6 h