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    Analises do Escolta,hoje:Max Immelmann

    Review top cara, bem detalhada e compreensiva.
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    O novo comandante pan-americano

    Uma breve historia de Fernando Frontin. Boa tarde para você que está lendo isso. Na tarde do dia 18/12 durante a live especial do NA, CM Maredraco anunciou que o próximo evento do estaleiro será o Atlântico, e com ele, um novo comandante brasileiro virá, o Almirante Pedro Max Fernando Frontin, e nesse artigo, vou falar brevemente da história dele. (Petrópolis, 8 de fevereiro de 1867 — Rio de Janeiro, 7 de abril de 1939) Nascido em Petrópolis em 1867, ingressou na Escola Naval em 1882 e assumiu comando do navio-escola Benjamin Constant em 1902. Assumiu o comando de algumas outras embarcações até se tornar imediato do encouraçado de costa Deodoro em 1904 quando participou da mobilização de forças em resposta ao levante da Escola Militar no mesmo ano. Comandou a Escola de Aprendizes de Marinheiro do Rio Grande do Sul em 1905 e nomeado chefe de gabinete do ministro da marinha em 1906. Em 1910, deixou o gabinete para comandar o cruzador de escolta Rio Grande do Sul, e em 1913, comandou o Encouraçado São Paulo, onde foi promovido a contra-almirante e assumiu o comando dos cruzadores Bahia, Rio Grande do Sul e Barroso. Em 1917, durante a Primeira Guerra, foi comandante da Divisão Naval em Operações de Guerra e partiu com a Divisão Naval para Dakar, Senegal em 1918, e em seguida para Gibraltar, onde tomou parte na famosa "Batalha das Toninhas". Com o fim da guerra, Frontin tornou-se politico até 1938. O seu lema era: "Quando não se pode fazer tudo o que se deve, deve-se fazer tudo o que se pode!"
  3. Boa Tarde caro leitor. Neste topico, eu vou falar um pouco da historia do navio que serviu a 3 nações, o Rio de Janeiro, que no jogo, é o encouraçado Tier V britanico HMS Agincourt. A nossa historia começa com uma corrida armamentista entre Chile e Argentina que estava acontecendo por volta dos anos 1880-1900, que foi interrompida sob a mediação do Reino Unido em 1904. Conhecidentemente, nesse mesmo ano, o Brasil, que se viu deixado para trás no cenario de podeiro naval, passou uma lei que aprovou a compra de 3 pré-encouraçados novos do Reino Unido, e eles se chamariam Minas Geraes, São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro, e teria esse design: Mas como essa historia estava faltando reviravoltas, a Inglaterra lançou em 1906 o HMS Dreadnought, que mudou completamente o cenario, a balança dos poderes navais e tornou todos os navios de guerra construidos até então, obsoletos. E com isso, o Brasil refez seu pedido inicial e pediu para que o Minas Geraes, São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro fossem construidos seguindo o modelo "dreadnought" de navio de guerra. E assim, foram encomendados os primeiros navios tipo "Dreadnought" da america do sul. Contudo porém todavia, devido a instabilidade politica com a Argentina, a construção do Rio de Janeiro quase suspendida, mas a Armstrong conseguiu, em 1910, convencer o governo brasileiro a seguir com o projeto do Rio de Janeiro, e com isso, o Congresso pediu uma revisão do design em 1911, o que resultou no design com 14 canhões de 305mm. Mas tem tudo é um mar de rosas, o Brasil presicou vender o Rio de Janeiro devido a queda do monopólio brasileiro do café e borracha e aumento das tensões e ameaças de guerra da Argentina caso o 3° navio fosse completado e entregue. Então, após passar um certo tempo a procura de vendedores, o Brasil decidiu vender o navio para o Império Otomano em dezembro de 1913 por 2.750.000,00 de Libras. Os Otomanos até ofereceram um dos dois navios da classe Reşadiye (HMS Erin) e uns trocados para o Brasil, mas mesmo assim, o governo brasileiro recusou tal oferta. Mas em Agosto de 1914, a Inglaterra tomou o então Sultan Osman I e o renomeou HMS Agincourt. Durante a Grande Guerra, Agincourt participou da Batalha de Jutland e esteve presente na rendição da Frota de Alto Mar Alemã em 1918, e foi vendido para ser desmanchado em 1922 após tentativas de ser revendido para o governo brasileiro.
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    o Juruá e seus irmãos

    Uma boa noite para você que veio para cá. Nesse topico, eu vou discutir um pouco sobre o destroyer Pan Americano/brasileiro Tier VI Juruá. Aqui eu vou falar um pouco da sua historia e de seus navios irmãos e dar uma ideia geral de o que eles fizeram durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Em 1938, o Brasil encomendou 6 contra torpedeiros (destroyers) da então classe Juruá do Reino Unido como parte do Plano Naval para 1939, mas, com o inicio da Segunda Guerra, o Reino Unido se viu na necessidade de expandir seu numero de contra torpedeiros, e por conta disso, o Brasil decidiu construir em territorio nacional a classe Acre de contra torpedeiros, que foram construidos na Ilha das Cobras e possuiam o design inspirado na classe H de contra torpedeiros da Marinha Real e possuia equipamentos e armamentos americanos. Os 6 Contra Torpedeiros da Classe Juruá eram: Juruá, que depois virou HMS Harvester (H-19); Javary, que depois virou HMS Havant (H-32); Jutahy, que virou HMS Havelock (H-88); Juruena, que virou HMS Hesperus (H 57); Jaguaribe, que virou HMS Highlander (H-44); e por fim Jupurá, que virou HMS Hurricane (H-06). A principal diferença desses navios em relação as outras unidades da classe "H" construídas para a Marinha Real era o fato dos nossos navios terem um reparo de 4.7 pol. a menos que os navios ingleses, além de uma maior capacidade de armazenagem de cargas de profundidade ou minas e diferenças nos equipamentos e no arranjo interno. Vamos agora dar uma olhada na historia de cada navio. Juruá (HMS Harvester) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem a um rio na Amazônia. Sua construção foi encomendada em 1936 e sua construção foi completada em 29 de setembro de 1939 ,Com o inicio da 2ª Guerra Mundial, nenhum dos navios de sua classe foi entregue, sendo requisitados pelo Almirantado Britânico em 4 de setembro de 1939 e Juruá foi rebatizado como HMS Harvester. Durante a Guerra, Harvester participou de missões de bombardeio, escolta de comboio e combates contra submarinos alemães no Atlantico, Canal da Mancha e Mediterrâneo. Harvester foi afundado em 11 de março de 1943 pelo submarino alemão U-432 enquanto escoltava o comboio HX-228 que saia do canadá. Javary (HMS Havant) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Rio Javary, um dos afluentes do Rio Solimões. Foi encomendado em 1936 e construção completada em 17 de julho de 1939 mas foi comprado pela Marinha Real e renomeado HMS Havant em 4 de setembro de 1939. Havant possui a carreira militar mais curta dentre os seus 6 navios irmãos, tendo sido afundado em 1° de julho de 1940 em Dunkerque para evitar ser capturado pelos alemães. Jutahy (HMS Havelock) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Rio Jutahy, um dos afluentes do Rio Solimões. Foi encomendado em 1936 e sua construção foi completada em 16 de outubro de 1939 e requisitado em 4 de setembro pela inglaterra e rebatizado como HMS Havelock. Havenlock possui uma carreira relativamente tranquila e chegou a servir durante toda a Segunda Guerra. Alguns de seus feitos mais notaveis são: Capitania da escolta do grupo B5 e afundou o submarino alemão U 767 em junho de 1944. Harvester foi vendido para desmanche em 31 de outubro de 1946. Juruena (HMS Hesperus) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao rio homônimo no Mato Grosso que é tributário do Tapajós. O Juruena foi encomendado em 1936, teve sua quilha batida em 6 de julho de 1938 e foi lançado em 1º de agosto de 1939 e sendo requisitados pelo Almirantado Britânico em 4 de setembro de 1939. Foi incorporado como HMS Hesperus. Hesperus foi o navio que mais esteve em combate dentre seus outros 6 irmãos, alguns de seus feitos notáveis são: Em 1940, O Hesperus, era capitânia do Grupo de Escolta B2. Em 7 de dezembro de 1941, acompanhado do CT HMS Harvester - H 19, participou do afundamento do Submarino alemão U 208, do Oberleutenant Alfred Schlieper, a oeste de Gibraltar. Em 15 de janeiro de 1942 afundou o submarino alemão U-93, e em 26 de dezembro entrou em combate com o submarino U-357 enquanto escoltava o comboio HX-219, onde arremeteu o mesmo submarino junto cm HMS Vanessa. Afundou mais 2 submarinos em 1943. Em 26 de novembro de 1946 , foi vendido para desmanche a uma firma de Grangemouth. O seu último comandante foi o Capitão-de-Fragata (RN) Stockler, que levou o navio para Grangemouth. O Comandante Stockler, mais tarde Comodoro realizou as provas de mar das nossas Fragatas da classe Niterói. Jaguaribe (HMS Highlander) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao rio e a cidade homônima localizada no Ceará. Foi encomendado em 1936, teve sua quilha batida em 29 de setembro de 1938 e foi lançado em 17 de outubro de 1939 e requisitado em 4 de setembro de 1939 e rebatizado HMS Highlander. Highlander teve uma carreira com pouco combate, a maior parte de seu serviço foi como escolta de comboio. Um dos atos mais notaveis enquanto esteve em serviço foi em 1940. Em 13 e 14 de setembro, acompanhado dos HMS Harvester, HMS Bulldog e HMS Beagle, bombardeou Cherbourg, quando realizava uma varredura pela Baia do Sena e em 30 de outubro, acompanhado do CT HMS Harvester - H 19, participou do afundamento do Submarino alemão U 32, do Oberleutenant Hans Jenisch, a noroeste da Irlanda. Highlander foi vendido para desmanche em 27 de maio de 1946. Japurá (HMS Hurricane) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao rio homônimo que é afluente do Solimões. Foi encomendado em 1936, teve sua quilha batida em 3 de julho de 1938 sendo requisitados pelo Almirantado Britânico em 4 de setembro de 1939. Foi lançado em 29 de setembro de 1939. Foi incorporado como HMS Hurricane.Serviu com o 1º Grupo de Escoltas, escoltando os conjuntos OS-62/KMS-36, e apoiou a FT americana do Porta-Aviões de Escolta USS Card. Em 12 de julho de 1943, recolheu um oficial e cinco praças, sobreviventes da tripulação do submarino U 506, afundado por um avião de patrulha Liberator - B 24 operando a partir de Gibraltar e os transportou para Casablanca (Marrocos), onde foram desembarcados e transferidos para o CT canadense HMCS Iroquois, que depois levou os prisioneiros para Inglaterra e em 24 de dezembro, às 20:57hs, foi atingido por um Gnat do Submarino alemão U 415, sendo afundado a nordeste dos Açores foi afundado no Atlântico Norte pelo Submarino alemão U415.Em 27 de dezembro, o CT HMCS Montgomery - G.95 partiu de Halifax para as Ilhas Britânicas transportando os sobreviventes do HMS Hurricane.
  5. Bom dia caro leitor(a). Venho nesse forum mais uma vez comentar sobre navios brasileiros e sua historia, e o navio que escolhi comentar sobre é o Almirante Abreu, um cruzador brasileiro Tier II da nação Pan-America. Nesse post, vou comentar sobre a historia do navio e dos outros navios da classe. Sem mais delongas, vamos começar. Almirante Abreu pertenceu a uma classe de cruzadores protegidos da Marinha Brasileira, a classe Barroso de cruzadores, que inicialmente era formada por 3 navios: Almirante Abreu, Almirante Barroso e Amazonas que foram encomendados do Reino Unido e construido no estaleiro de Newcastle pela empresa Armstrong em 1895. Contudo, apenas o navio Almirante Barroso serviu na Marinha Brasileira, tendo servido de 1896 a 1931. Já o Almirante Abreu e o Amazonas foram vendidos para os EUA durante a guerra Hispano-Americana de 1898, onde os Estados Unidos compraram os navios do Brasil temendo os espahóis comprarem primeiro. Almirante Abreu foi rebatizado como USS Albay (PG36) e Amazonas foi rebatizado como USS New Orleans (PG34). E agora, vou falar um pouco dos navios individualmete. Almirante Barroso Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Almirante Francisco Manuel Barroso da Silva, Barão do Amazonas. Teve seu batimento de quilha em 1895 e sua construção foi concluida em meados de 1896 e incorporado na Marinha do Brasil em 25 de agosto de 1896 e foi o primeiro navio da marinha a receber um sistema de radiotelegrafia. A maioria das missões desempenhadas pelo Almirante Barroso foram de caráter diplomatico, sendo elas: a visita oficial do presidente Campos Sales a Buenos Aires em 1900; visita ao Chile em 1907 e participação na Revista Naval Internacional de Hampton Roads, nos Estados Unidos; Em abril de 1908, transportou os restos mortais de Almirante Francisco Manuel Barroso da Silva de Montevideo para o Rio de Janeiro e a Triangulação da Baia Grande em 1929-1930. Após seu desmanche em 1931, seus canhões foram instalados no Forte de Coimbra no Mato Grosso. Almirante Abreu (USS Albay - PG 36 /CL 23) O Almirante Abreu foi o unico navio a possuir esse nome na Marinha do Brasil, e recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Almirante Joaquim Francisco de Abreu, que estava na Batalha do Riachuelo. Teve seu batimento de quilha em 1897 e vendido para o governo americano em 15 de março de 1898 por conta da Guerra Hispano-americana, e que apesar disso, não chegou a participar do conflito, sendo lançado ao mar em 1899, 1 ano após o fim do conflito e ter sido incorporado em 29 de maio de 1900, quase 2 anos após o fim da guerra. Como Albany, não participou de nenhum conflito ou missões diplomaticas, tanto que foi colocado na reserva em 1904, onde passou seus anos sendo tirado e colocado novamente, até ser finalmente receber baixa em 13 de novembro de 1929 e desmanchado em 11 de fevereiro de 1930. Amazonas (USS New Orleans - PG 34/ CL 22) Recebeu esse nome em homenagem ao Rio e o Estado do Amazonas. Teve seu batimento de quilha em 1895 e lançado ao mar em 4 de dezembro de 1896 e adquirido pelos EUA em 9 de março de 1898 para reforçar a Marinha Americana na Guerra Hispano-Americana e incorporado como USS New Orleans em 18 de março de 1898, e diferente do Albany, New Orleans participou da guerra sob o comando do comodoro George Dewey, onde fez parte do bloqueio ao porto de Santiago de Cuba, mas não participou da Batalha de Santiago de Cuba em 3 de julho, e durante o restante da guerra, esteve no bloqueio de San Juan e Guantanamo. Após a guerra, New Orleans entrou na reserva, pode passou a maior parte de seu serviço, até receber sua baixa em 13 de novembro de 1929 e ser desmanchado em 11 de fevereiro de 1930, junto com o Albany.
  6. Na live do EU no dia 02/12/21, foi anunciado, junto com a nova linha de destroyers italianos, o encouraçado brasileiro "Atlântico" de Tier VIII. Atlântico é o 4° navio da nação Pan-America e o 3° navio brasileiro no jogo e o 1° encouraçado da Pan-America e 1° encouraçado brasileiro no jogo, sendo os outros navios o Juruá e o Almirante Abreu, e nesse artigo quero trazer algumas curiosidades, fatos e referencias que esse navio possui. I- O nome e origem Bom, vamos começar com o nome "Atlantico". Esse nome nunca foi usado na marinha brasileira até o ano de 2018, quando o Brasil comprou da Inglaterra o HMS Ocean e o rebatizou de NAM Atlântico (A140). Outra referencia que pode ser notada é a origem desse encouraçado e o atual navio almirante da Marinha do Brasil, onde ambos são de origem Inglesa. E o fato que ambos os navios carregam armamentos de origem Americana. II- A Camuflagem Para o segundo fato eu trago a camuflagem, que pode parecer aleatória, mas não é. A camuflagem escolhida para esse encouraçado é referencia a camuflagem que foi pintada no encouraçado brasileiro São Paulo III- O Motivo de Armamentos Ingleses e Americanos Durante os anos de 1890-1918/19, a Marinha do Brasil buscava muitos projetos e parcerias com o Reino Unido, tanto apos o plano naval de 1905 que aprovou a construção de encouraçados e cruzadores, o Brasil buscou a Inglaterra e encomendou os futuros encouraçados São Paulo, Minas Geraes, Rio de Janeiro, os cruzadores de patrulha Bahia e Rio Grande do Sul e os Destroyers da classe Pará. Contudo, após 1919, o Brasil se viu politicamente, economicamente e militarmente sob a esfera de influencia dos EUA, tanto que a maioria dos armamentos e navios adquiridos pelo brasil durante e após a 2° Guerra são americanos. IV- De onde a WG se inspirou? Como você provavelmente notou, o design e a escolha dos armamentos secundarios é um tanto quanto...exotica. Bom, eu estou aqui para dar luz a essa escuridão e confusão. Pelas minhas interpretações, a WG se inspirou em 2 designs de 2 encouraçados que quase fizeram parte da Marinha Brasileira, um é o aclamado pela comunidade brasileira, o Rio de Janeiro, e outro, não tão conhecido, o encouraçado Riachuelo. O modelo que a WG escolheu para o Atlântico é o Design 782 do Riachuelo, que foi encomendado a Inglaterra pelo Brasil em 1913-1914, e a Armstrong and Vickers fez alguns designs para o que seria o Riachuelo, um dos designs favoritos foi o Design 782, com 10(5x2) canhões de 15 polegadas (381mm). Já a escolha do armamento secundario pode ser relacionado a um dos designs do nosso querido Rio de Janeiro (HMS Agincourt/Sultan Osman I Evvel), mais especificamente, Design 686, apelidado de Monstro de Bacellar, devido ao uso inotordoxo de canhões de 9.4 polegadas em torres como bateria principal. Abaixo eu trago para vocês os designs que falo. Caso se interessem nesses designs e queiram ver mais, eu tirei esses desenhos do livro "Warships for Export - Armstrong Warships" de Peter Brook Muito Obrigado pela sua atenção, e até uma proxima God Bless the King and God be with you James I, King of Great Britain
  7. Ai meu santo deus, Parte 3.... aqui vamos nós Parte 1: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/242405-algumas-ideias-de-navios-que-poderiam-ser-colocados-no-jogo/ Parte 2: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/243576-algumas-ideias-de-navios-que-poderiam-ser-colocados-no-jogo-parte-2/ HMCS NewFoundland do Canadá - Battleship The U series began as the 'Canadian Fast Battleships', the extra Queen Elizabeth class ships that the British government tried to convince the Canadians to finance. There were several other fast battleship designs within this series not intended for funding by Canada, sources on most of these seem very sketchy and few details are known. U1 and 2 were very similar to QE with a nominal speed of 25kts. U3 was also similar with one large single funnel. U4 had all four turrets on the same level to overcome problems with early directing of turrets at different levels. U5 was similar but with the forward turrets en echelon to give bow fire. The main belt was reduced a 12in with increased deck armour. It seems that the 1914 improved QE, Agincourt, may never have been settled and D.K. Brown suggests eventually she was substituted for a repeat QE. The Us seem to be influenced by the W1 and W2 designs based on the Royal Sovereign (as I've drawn before) with the same double-deck battery, larger conning tower and stem spotting position. Same main guns as on Queen Elizabeth. Filipe II da Espanha - Light Cruiser ou Heavy Cruiser A few Italian cruiser design for Spain in 1940. Armed with 203mm guns, presumably the one in use by the Zara or at least similar ones. It is armed with 90mm guns, 37mm guns and 20mm guns for anti-aircraft armaments. Sultan Osman I do Império Otomano - Dreadnought Para tornar o Sultan Osman I unico, minha proposta é dar a esse navio SAP apenas para bateria principal, e as secundarias mantem o HE. RMS Von Trotha da Alemanha - Battlecruiser In the mid 1920’s the Reichsmarine was able to replace its obsolete ships. The designs of the warships Adolf Hitler would inherit were those approved by Vice-Admiral Hans Zenker, the Reichsmarine’s commander from 1924 to 1928. These included the 6 K class light cruisers, as well as the revolutionary panzerschiffe. The panzerschiffe were dubbed treaty cruiser killers by many foreign observers, but Zenker knew their limitations and intended them merely as commerce raiders, to be used against the sea lanes that would connect France and Poland, Germany’s perceived enemies in future wars. Zenker did have an idea for a treaty cruiser killer though. She was to mount 8 12 inch guns, 12 5.9 inch guns (in the same triple turrets of the new light cruisers), and she was to displace 17,500 tons standard, the minimum size for a capitol ship prescribed by the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. She would have two triple torpedo mounts on deck, and at least a pair of twin mounts for use against aircraft. She would use steam turbines like the last imperial battlecruisers, instead of the diesel engines of the panzerschiffe design. This would mean greater speed, 34 knots, but less endurance. Her armor scheme would be the same as a panzerschiffe. Displacement: 15,686 t light; 16,578 t standard; 17,518 t normal; 18,271 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 690.05 ft / 639.76 ft x 82.02 ft x 27.89 ft (normal load) 210.33 m / 195.00 m x 25.00 m x 8.50 m Armament: 8 - 12.01" / 305 mm guns (4x2 guns), 865.70lbs / 392.67kg shells, 1928 Model Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes) on centreline ends, evenly spread, 2 raised mounts - superfiring 9 - 5.91" / 150 mm guns (3x3 guns), 102.98lbs / 46.71kg shells, 1928 Model Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes) on side ends, majority forward, 1 raised mount - superfiring 4 - 3.46" / 88.0 mm guns (2x2 guns), 20.79lbs / 9.43kg shells, 1928 Model Anti-aircraft guns in deck mounts on side, all amidships, all raised mounts - superfiring Weight of broadside 7,936 lbs / 3,600 kg Shells per gun, main battery: 120 6 - 19.7" / 500 mm above water torpedoes Armour: - Belts: Width (max) Length (avg) Height (avg) Main: 3.15" / 80 mm 393.70 ft / 120.00 m 13.12 ft / 4.00 m Ends: 2.36" / 60 mm 131.23 ft / 40.00 m 6.56 ft / 2.00 m 114.83 ft / 35.00 m Unarmoured ends Upper: 1.57" / 40 mm 524.93 ft / 160.00 m 13.12 ft / 4.00 m Main Belt covers 95 % of normal length Main belt does not fully cover magazines and engineering spaces - Torpedo Bulkhead: 1.77" / 45 mm 524.93 ft / 160.00 m 27.89 ft / 8.50 m - Gun armour: Face (max) Other gunhouse (avg) Barbette/hoist (max) Main: 5.51" / 140 mm 4.13" / 105 mm 4.13" / 105 mm 2nd: 1.18" / 30 mm 0.79" / 20 mm 0.79" / 20 mm - Armour deck: 1.57" / 40 mm, Conning tower: 5.91" / 150 mm Machinery: Oil fired boilers, steam turbines, Geared drive, 3 shafts, 88,789 shp / 66,236 Kw = 30.00 kts Range 8,000nm at 12.00 kts Bunker at max displacement = 1,693 tons
  8. Opa, tive que fazer essa segunda parte pq a parte 1 ja tem tanto navio que a pagina trava e eu não consigo colocar mais; segue aqui o link para a parte 1: HMAS Australia da Australia - Battlecruiser HMAS Australia was one of three Indefatigable-class battlecruisers built for the defence of the British Empire. Ordered by the Australian government in 1909, she was launched in 1911, and commissioned as flagship of the fledgling Royal Australian Navy (RAN) in 1913. Australia was the only capital ship ever to serve in the RAN. Displacement 18,500 long tons (18,800 t) at load 22,130 long tons (22,490 t) at deep load Length 590 ft (179.8 m) Beam 80 ft (24.4 m) Draught 30 ft 4 in (9.2 m) at maximum Installed power 44,000 shp (32,811 kW) 31 Babcock & Wilcox boilers Propulsion 4 shafts; 2 steam turbine sets Speed 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Range 6,690 nautical miles (12,390 km; 7,700 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin BL 12-inch Mk X guns 16 × single BL 4-inch Mk VII guns 2 × 18-inch torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 4–6 in (102–152 mm) Decks: 1.5–2.5 in (38–64 mm) Barbettes: 7 in (178 mm) Turrets: 7 in (178 mm) HMCS Warrior do Canada - Aircraft Carrier HMS Warrior was a Colossus-class light aircraft carrier which was ordered in 1942 by the British Royal Navy during World War II. Construction was finished in 1945 and upon completion, the aircraft carrier was loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy from 1946 to 1948 as HMCS Warrior. Displacement 13,200 tons (standard) 18,000 tons (full load) Length 690 ft (210 m) (flight deck) 695 ft (212 m) overall Beam 80 ft (24 m) Draught 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m) (standard) 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) (full load) Propulsion Parsons geared turbines 4 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 2 propeller shafts Speed 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Range 12,000 nautical miles (22,000 km; 14,000 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Armament 6 × 4-barrelled 2 pounder anti-aircraft guns 16 × twin 20 mm Oerlikon mountings All weapons later replaced by 40 mm Bofors in varying configurations Aircraft carried Up to 52 HMS Nabob da Inglaterra - Aircraft Carrier HMS Nabob (D77) was a Ruler-class escort aircraft carrier which served in the Royal Navy during 1943 and 1944. Displacement 11,400 long tons (11,600 t) (standard) 15,390 long tons (15,640 t) (full) Length 492 ft 3 in (150.0 m) Beam 69 ft 6 in (21.2 m) wl 108 ft 6 in (33.1 m) max Draught 25 ft 5 in (7.7 m) Installed power 2 × Foster Wheeler boilers 8,500 shp (6,338 kW) Propulsion 1 × Allis-Chalmers geared steam turbine 1 shaft Speed 18 knots (33 km/h) Range 27,500 nmi (50,930 km) at 11 knots (20 km/h) max Endurance 3,160 long tons (3,210 t) fuel oil Sensors and processing systems SG surface search radar SK air search radar Armament 2 × 5-inch (127 mm)/51 cal. guns 8 × twin 40 mm Bofors guns 14 × twin Oerlikon 20 mm cannon 7 × single Oerlikon 20 mm cannon Aircraft carried 18–24 IJN Chitose do Japão - Aircraft Carrier Chitose (千歳) was a light aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. Displacement 11,190 long tons (11,370 t) (standard) 15,300 long tons (15,500 t) (full load) Length 192.5 m (631 ft 7 in) (o/a) Beam 20.8 m (68 ft 3 in) at waterline Draught 7.51 m (24 ft 8 in) Installed power 56,800 shp (42,400 kW) 4 boilers Speed 28.9 knots (53.5 km/h; 33.3 mph) Range 5,000 nmi (9,300 km; 5,800 mi) Armament 8 × 12.7cm/40 caliber guns 30 × Type 96 25 mm (0.98 in) AA guns Aircraft carried 30 HMS Attacker da Inglaterra - Aircraft Carrier The Attacker class were a class of escort aircraft carriers in service with the British Royal Navy during the Second World War. Displacement 10,200 long tons (10,360 t) (standard) 14,400 long tons (14,630 t) (full load) Length 465 ft (142 m) (wl) 496 ft (151 m) (oa) 440 ft (130 m) (fd) Beam 69 ft 6 in (21.18 m) wl 82 ft (25 m) (fd) 111 ft 6 in (33.99 m) (extreme width) Draught 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) (mean) 26 ft (7.9 m) (deep load) Installed power 2 × Foster-Wheeler 285 psi (1,970 kPa) boilers 8,500 shp (6,300 kW) Propulsion 1 × General Electric or Westinghouse steam turbine 1 × Screw Speed 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 2 × 4 in (100 mm)/50 caliber guns in single mounts 8 × 40 mm (1.57 in) Bofors anti-aircraft gun in twin mounts 21 × 20 mm (0.79 in) Oerlikon cannons in single and twin mounts Aircraft carried 20 HMS Patroler da Inglaterra - Aircraft Carrier HMS Patroller was an escort carrier in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. Laid down in 1942 at the Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding company Displacement 9,800 tons Length 492 ft 3 in (150.0 m) Beam 69 ft 6 in (21.2 m) Draught 25 ft 6 in (7.8 m) Propulsion Steam turbines, 1 shaft, 9,350 shp Speed 17 knots (31 km/h) Armament 2 × 4"/50, 5"/38 or 5"/51 Dual Purpose guns in single mounts 16 X 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns in twin mounts 20 X 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons in single mounts Aircraft carried 24 IJN Unryū do Japão - Aircraft Carrier The Japanese aircraft carrier Unryū (雲龍, Cloud Dragon) was the lead ship of her class of fleet aircraft carriers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II. Displacement 20,450 t (20,130 long tons) Length 227.35 m (745 ft 11 in) Beam 22 m (72 ft 2 in) Draft 8.73 m (28 ft 8 in) Installed power 8 Kampon water-tube boilers 152,000 shp (113,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts 4 geared steam turbine sets Speed 34 knots (63 km/h; 39 mph) Range 8,000 nmi (15,000 km; 9,200 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Sensors and processing systems 2 × Type 2, Mark 2, Model 1 air search radars 2 × Type 3, Mark 1, Model 3 air search radars 1 × Type 93 sonar 2 × Type 0 hydrophones Armament 6 × twin 12.7 cm (5 in) DP guns 16 × triple, 3 × single 25 mm (1 in) AA guns 6 × 28-tube 12 cm (4.7 in) AA rocket launchers Armor Belt: 46–140 mm (1.8–5.5 in) Deck: 25–56 mm (0.98–2.20 in) Aircraft carried 48 (up to 65) IJN Akatsu Maru do Japão - Aircraft Carrier Akitsu Maru (あきつ丸) was a Japanese landing craft depot ship and escort aircraft carrier operated by the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA). In some sources Akitsu Maru and her sister ship Nigitsu Maru (にぎつ丸) are also considered to be the first amphibious assault ships. Displacement 11,800 tons (standard) Length 471 ft 7 in (143.74 m) Beam 64 ft (20 m) Draft 25 ft 9 in (7.85 m) (maximum) Propulsion 4 boilers, driving 2 geared turbines 7,500 shp (5,600 kW) Speed 20 knots (37 km/h) Armament 2 × 1 Type 88 75 mm (3 in) AA guns 10 × 1 Type 38 75 mm (3 in) field guns 6 × 1 Type 25 mm (0.98 in) 96 AA guns Aircraft carried 8 (as aircraft carrier) 30 (as aircraft ferry) HNLMS Galida da Holanda - Aircraft Carrier MV Gadila was one of nine Anglo Saxon Royal Dutch/Shell oil tankers converted to become a Merchant Aircraft Carrier (MAC ship). The group is sometimes collectively known as the Rapana class. Displacement 7,999 tons (gross) Length 463 ft (141 m) pp 481 ft (147 m) oa Beam 59 ft (18 m) Draught 27 ft 6 in (8.38 m) Propulsion Diesel one shaft 4,000 bhp Speed 13 knots (24 km/h) Armament 1 × 4 in (100 mm) gun 8 × 20 mm Aircraft carried Four Fairey Swordfish MN Suffren da França - Battleship Suffren was a predreadnought battleship built for the Marine Nationale (French Navy) in the first decade of the twentieth century. Completed in 1902, the ship was assigned to the Escadre de la Méditerranée (Mediterranean Squadron) for most of her career and often served as a flagship. Displacement 12,432 t (12,236 long tons) (normal) 12,892 t (12,688 long tons) (full load) Length 125.91 m (413 ft 1 in) Beam 21.42 m (70 ft 3 in) Draught 8.22 m (27 ft) Installed power 24 Niclausse boilers 16,200 ihp (12,100 kW) Propulsion 3 shafts, 3 triple-expansion steam engines Speed 17 knots (31 km/h; 20 mph) Range 3,086 nmi (5,715 km; 3,551 mi) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) Armament 2 × twin 305 mm (12 in) guns 10 × single 164.7 mm (6.5 in) guns 8 × single 100 mm (3.9 in) guns 22 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 2 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 4 × 450 mm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 300 mm (11.8 in) Decks: 60 mm (2.4 in) Barbettes: 250 mm (9.8 in) Main Turrets: 290 mm (11.4 in) Bulkheads: 110 mm (4.3 in) Conning tower: 224–274 mm (8.8–10.8 in) Constitución do Chile - Battleship HMS Swiftsure, originally known as Constitución, was the lead ship of the Swiftsure-class pre-dreadnought battleships. The ship was ordered by the Chilean Navy Displacement 12,175 long tons (12,370 t) (normal load) 13,840 long tons (14,060 t) (deep load) Length 475 ft 3 in (144.9 m) (o/a) Beam 71 ft 1 in (21.7 m) Draught 27 ft 4 in (8.3 m) (deep) Installed power 12,500 ihp (9,300 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts 2 × 4-cylinder vertical triple-expansion steam engines 12 × Yarrow boilers Speed 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph) Range 6,210 nmi (11,500 km; 7,150 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × 2 - BL 10-inch Mk VI guns 14 × 1 - BL 7.5-inch guns 14 × 1 - QF 14-pounder Mk I guns 4 × 1 - QF 6-pounder guns 2 × 1 - 18-inch (450 mm) submerged torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 3–7 inches (76–178 mm) Bulkheads: 2–6 inches (51–152 mm) Decks: 1–3 inches (25–76 mm) Conning tower: 11 inches (279 mm) Turrets: 8–10 inches (203–254 mm) Barbettes: 2–10 inches (51–254 mm) Casemates: 7 inches (178 mm) RM Regina Margherita da Itália - Battleship Regina Margherita was the lead ship of her class of pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Italian Regia Marina between 1898 and 1904. Displacement Normal: 13,215 long tons (13,427 t) Full load: 14,093 long tons (14,319 t) Length 138.65 m (454 ft 11 in) Beam 23.84 m (78 ft 3 in) Draft 9 m (29 ft 6 in) Installed power 28 × Niclausse boilers 21,790 ihp (16,249 kW) Propulsion 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 × screw propellers Speed 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Range 10,000 nmi (18,520 km; 11,508 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × 2 – 305 mm (12 in)/40 guns 4 × 1 – 203 mm (8 in)/45 guns 12 × 1 – 152 mm (6 in)/40 guns 20 × 1 – 76 mm (3 in)/40 guns 2 × 1 – 47 mm (1.9 in)/40 guns 2 × 1 – 37 mm (1.5 in)/40 guns 4 × 450 mm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt and side: 6 in (152 mm) Deck: 3.1 in (78.7 mm) Turrets: 8 in (203 mm) Conning tower: 6 in (152 mm) Casemates: 6 in (152 mm) SMS Habsburg do Imperio Austro-Hungaro - Battleship SMS Habsburg was a pre-dreadnought battleship built by the Austro-Hungarian Navy in 1899. The lead ship of the Habsburg class was launched on 9 September 1900. Displacement 8,232 long tons (8,364 t) 8,823 long tons (8,965 t) full load Length 375 ft 10 in (114.6 m) Beam 65 ft (19.8 m) Draft 24 ft 6 in (7.5 m) Installed power 15,063 ihp (11,232 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts, 4-cylinder vertical triple expansion steam engines, 16 Belleville boilers Speed 19.62 knots (36.34 km/h; 22.58 mph) Range 6670km(3600nm) at 10 knots Armament 4 × 24 cm (9.4 in)/40 cal. Krupp C97 guns 12 × 15 cm (5.9 in)/40 Krupp C96 guns 10 × 6.6-centimeter (2.6 in)/45 cal Skoda guns 6 × 47 mm (1.9 in)/44 cal Skoda QF guns 2 × 4.7-cm/33 cal Skoda QF guns 2 × 45-centimeter (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Waterline belt: 180–220 mm (7.1–8.7 in) Deck: 40 mm (1.6 in) Turrets & Casemates: 210–280 mm (8.3–11.0 in) Conning tower: 150 mm (5.9 in) ARA Pueyrredón da Argentina - Battleship ARA Pueyrredón was one of four Giuseppe Garibaldi-class armored cruisers purchased by the Argentine Navy from Italy in the 1890s. Displacement 8,000 t (7,900 long tons) (deep load) Length 106.7 m (350 ft 1 in) Beam 18.2 m (59 ft 9 in) Draft 7.6 m (25 ft) Installed power 13,000 ihp (9,700 kW) 16 Belleville boilers Propulsion 2 Shafts; 2 Vertical triple-expansion steam engines Speed 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph) Range 6,000 nautical miles (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × single 254 mm (10 in) guns 10 × single 152 mm (6 in) guns 6 × single 120 mm (4.7 in) guns 10 × single 57 mm (2.2 in) Hotchkiss guns 10 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) Hotchkiss guns 4 × 1 - 457 mm (18 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 80–150 mm (3.1–5.9 in) Barbettes: 150 mm (5.9 in) Gun turrets: 150 mm (5.9 in) Conning tower: 150 mm (5.9 in) Cristóbal Colón da Espanha - Cruiser Cristóbal Colón was a Giuseppe Garibaldi-class armored cruiser of the Spanish Navy that fought at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish–American War. Displacement 6,840 long tons (6,950 t) normal (7,972 long tons (8,100 t) full load) Length 366 ft 8 in (111.76 m) Beam 59 ft 10+1⁄2 in (18.250 m) Draft 23 ft 3+1⁄2 in (7.099 m) maximum Installed power 13,655–14,713 ihp (10.183–10.971 MW) Propulsion Vertical triple expansion, 24 boilers Speed 19.3–20.02 knots (35.74–37.08 km/h) Range 4,400 nmi (8,100 km) at 10 kn (19 km/h) Endurance 1,050 long tons (1,070 t) coal (normal) Armament 2 × single 254 mm (10 in)/40 cal. gun (never installed) 10 × single 152 mm (6 in) guns 6 × single 120 mm (4.7 in) guns 10 × single 57 mm (2.2 in) guns 10 x single 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 2 x Maxim machine guns 4 × single 450 mm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Harvey armour Belt: 5.9 in (150 mm) Ends: 3.1 in (79 mm) Conning tower: 5.9 in (150 mm) Deck: 1.5 in (38 mm) Turrets: 5.9 in (150 mm) Deck gunshields 2 in (51 mm) Esmeralda do Chile - Cruiser Esmeralda was developed as a custom design by naval architect Philip Watts for the Chilean Navy during the Argentine–Chilean naval arms race. Displacement 7,032 long tons (7,145 t) Length 436 ft (132.89 m) (pp) 468 ft 3 in (142.72 m) oa Beam 52 ft 5 in (15.98 m) Draft 20 ft 6 in (6.25 m) Installed power 6 cylindrical boilers 16,000 ihp (12,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 triple expansion steam engines Speed 22.25 knots (41.21 km/h; 25.60 mph) Armament 2 × single 8 in (203 mm) guns 16 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 8 × single 12 pdr (3 in (76 mm)) guns 10 × single 6 pdr (2.2 in (57 mm)) guns 3 × 18 in (457 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Harvey armor Belt: 6 in (152 mm) Deck: 1.5–2 in (38–51 mm) Bulkheads: 6 in (152 mm) Gunshields: 4.5 in (114 mm) Conning tower: 8 in (203 mm) Almirante Lynch do Chile - Destroyer/Torpedoboat The Almirante Lynch class was a pair of two torpedo gunboats, Almirante Lynch and Almirante Condell, ordered for the Chilean Navy in the late 1880s. Displacement 713 t (702 long tons) Length 70.1 m (230 ft 0 in) p/p Beam 8.38 m (27 ft 6 in) Draught 2.53 m (8.3 ft) Installed power 4 locomotive boilers 4,532 ihp (3,380 kW) Propulsion 2 steam engines, 3.38 MW (4,533 hp) 4 cylindrical boilers 2 screws Speed 20.2 knots (37.4 km/h; 23.2 mph) Range 2,500 nmi (4,600 km; 2,900 mi) Armament 1890 : 5 × 356 mm (14 in) torpedo tubes 3 × 76.2 mm (3.00 in) 12-pounder guns 4 × 3-pounder Hotchkiss guns 2 machine guns Libertador Bolívar do Equador - Torpedoboat The ship had a brief service in Chile, being transferred to the Ecuadorian Navy in 1907 and renamed Libertador Bolívar. Displacement 800 t / 858 t Length 73.15 m (240 ft) Beam 8.38 m (27.5 ft) Draught 4.27 m (14.0 ft) max Depth 4.6 m (15 ft) Installed power 4 boilers 4,500 ihp (3,400 kW) Propulsion 2 × shafts 2 × triple-expansion steam engines Speed 21.5 knots (24.7 mph; 39.8 km/h) Armament 2 × QF 4.7-inch (12 cm) guns 4 × 3-pounder guns 3 × 18-inch torpedo tubes Armour Bridge - bunkers: 25.4 mm (1.00 in) Engines - boilers: 25 mm (0.98 in) Guns: 114.3 mm (4.50 in) HMS Majestic da Inglaterra - Battleship HMS Majestic was a Majestic-class pre-dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1895, she was the largest predreadnought launched at the time. Displacement 16,060 t (15,810 long tons; 17,700 short tons) Length 421 ft (128 m) Beam 75 ft (23 m) Draught 27 ft (8.2 m) Propulsion 2 × 3-cylinder triple expansion steam engines, twin screws Speed 16 kn (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armament 4 × BL 12 in (305 mm) guns 12 × QF 6 in (152 mm) guns 16 × 12 pounder (76 mm) guns 12 × 3 pounder (47 mm) quick-firing guns 5 × 18 in (457 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt armour: 9 in (229 mm) Deck: 2.5 to 4.5 in (64 to 114 mm) Barbettes: 14 in (356 mm) Conning tower: 14 inches Montevideo do Uruguai - Cruiser Dogali was a unique protected cruiser built for the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy) in the 1880s.In January 1908, the ship was sold to Uruguay and renamed 25 de Agosto and later Montevideo. Displacement 2,050 long tons (2,080 t) Length 76.2 m (250 ft) Beam 11.28 m (37.0 ft) Draft 4.42 m (14.5 ft) Propulsion 2-shaft triple expansion engines Speed 17.68 knots (32.74 km/h; 20.35 mph) Range 4,000 nmi (7,400 km; 4,600 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 6 × 152 mm (6.0 in) guns 9 × 57 mm (2.2 in) guns 6 × Gatling guns 4 × 356 mm (14.0 in) torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 50 mm (2.0 in) Conning tower: 50 mm Gun shields: 110 mm (4.3 in) USS Montgomery dos EUA - Light Cruiser The Montgomery-class cruisers were three unprotected cruisers built for the United States Navy in the early 1890s. Displacement 2,000 tons Length 257 ft (78 m) Beam 37 ft (11 m) Draft 14 ft 6 in (4.42 m) Installed power 6 × steam boilers 2 × vertical triple expansion engines 5,400 ihp (4,000 kW) Propulsion 2 × screws Speed 18 knots (33 km/h) Range 3,280 nmi (6,070 km; 3,770 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament As built: 2 × 6 in (152 mm)/35 caliber Mark 3 rapid fire (RF) guns (one ship, either Detroit or Montgomery) 8 × 5 in (127 mm)/40 caliber Mark 2 RF guns 6 × 6-pounder (57 mm (2.2 in)) RF guns 2 × 1-pounder (37 mm (1.5 in)) RF guns 1 × Gatling gun 3 × 18 inch (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Protective deck: 5⁄16 in (8 mm) on the flat; 7⁄16 in (11 mm) on the slope Conning tower: 2 in (51 mm) "Woodite" (cellulose) packed cofferdam: 3 ft 11 in (119 cm) height; no inner bottom USS Olympia dos EUA - Protected Cruiser USS Olympia (C-6/CA-15/CL-15/IX-40) is a protected cruiser that saw service in the United States Navy from her commissioning in 1895 until 1922. This vessel became famous as the flagship of Commodore George Dewey at the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish–American War in 1898. Displacement 5,586 long tons (5,676 t) (standard) 6,588 long tons (6,694 t) (full load) Length 344 ft 1 in (104.88 m) Beam 53 ft (16 m) Draft 21 ft 6 in (6.55 m) Installed power 17,000 ihp (13,000 kW) Propulsion 2 × vertical triple-expansion steam engines 6 × boilers (4 × double-ended, 2 × single-ended) 2 × screws Speed 21.7 knots (40.2 km/h; 25.0 mph) Range 6,000 nmi (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Capacity 1,169 short tons (1,060 t) coal (maximum) Armament 4 × 8 in (203 mm)/35 cal Mark 4 guns (2×2) 10 × 5 in (127 mm)/40 cal Mark 2 guns (10×1) 14 × 6-pounder 57 mm (2.24 in) Driggs-Schroeder guns 6 × 1-pounder 37 mm (1.46 in) guns 4 × Gatling guns 6 × 17.7 in (450 mm) above-surface torpedo tubes, firing Whitehead Mark 1 torpedoes Armor Deck: 4.75 in (12.1 cm) on slopes 2 in (5.1 cm) flat 3 in (7.6 cm) ends Barbettes: 4.5 in (11 cm) Turrets: 3.5 in (8.9 cm) 4 in (10 cm) (shields to 5-inch guns) USS Columbia dos EUA - Protected Cruiser The Columbia-class cruisers were two protected cruisers constructed in 1890 and 1891 and used by the United States Navy.They were lightly gunned ships with only moderate armor that were built for the speed needed to overtake and destroy the fast ocean liners of the day as commerce raiders. Displacement 7,375 long tons (7,493 t) Length 412 ft (126 m) Beam 58 ft 2.25 in (17.74 m) Draft 22 ft 6.5 in (6.87 m) Installed power 8 or 10 × steam boilers 3 × vertical triple expansion engines 21,000 ihp (16,000 kW) Propulsion 3 × screws Speed 22.5 knots (41.7 km/h) (design) Range 25,520 nmi (47,260 km; 29,370 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) (design) Armament As built: 1 × 8 in (203 mm)/40 caliber Mark 5 gun 2 × 6 in (152 mm)/40 caliber guns 8 × 4 in (102 mm)/40 caliber rapid fire (RF) guns 12 × 6-pounder (57 mm (2.2 in)) RF guns 4 × 1-pounder (37 mm (1.5 in)) RF guns 4 × Gatling guns One field piece (for landing parties) 4 × 14 in (356 mm) or 18 inch (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Protective deck 4 in (102 mm) (slopes), 2.5 in (64 mm) (flats) Gun shields 4 in (102 mm) Gun sponsons 4 in (102 mm) Conning tower 5 in (127 mm) USS Wasp dos EUA - Aircraft Carrier USS Wasp (CV-7) was a United States Navy aircraft carrier commissioned in 1940 and lost in action in 1942. She was the eighth ship named USS Wasp, and the sole ship of a class built to use up the remaining tonnage allowed to the U.S. for aircraft carriers under the treaties of the time. Displacement 14,700 long tons (14,900 t) (standard) 19,116 long tons (19,423 t) (full load) Length 688 ft (209.7 m) (waterline) 741 ft 3 in (225.9 m) (overall) Beam 80 ft 9 in (24.6 m) (waterline) 109 ft (33.2 m) (overall) Draft 20 ft (6.1 m) Installed power 70,000 shp (52,000 kW) 6 × water-tube boilers Propulsion 2 × shafts; 2 × steam turbines Speed 29.5 knots (54.6 km/h; 33.9 mph) Range 12,000 nmi (22,000 km; 14,000 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Sensors and processing systems CXAM-1 radar Armament 8 × 5 in (127 mm) guns 16 × 1.1 in (28 mm) AA guns 24 × 0.50 in (12.7 mm) machine guns Armor 1.5 in (38 mm) conning tower 3.5 in (89 mm) side and 1.25 in (32 mm) deck over steering gear Aircraft carried Up to 100 MN Guichen da França - Protected Cruiser Guichen was a large protected cruiser built in the 1890s for the French Navy, the only member of her class. She was intended to serve as a long-range commerce raider, designed according to the theories of the Jeune École, which favored a strategy of attacking Britain's extensive merchant shipping network instead of engaging in an expensive naval arms race with the Royal Navy. Displacement 8,151 long tons (8,282 t) Length 133 m (436 ft 4 in) long between perpendiculars Beam 16.96 m (55 ft 8 in) Draft 7.49 m (24 ft 7 in) Installed power 36 × water-tube boilers 25,000 indicated horsepower (19,000 kW) Propulsion 3 × triple-expansion steam engines 3 × screw propellers Speed 23.5 knots (43.5 km/h; 27.0 mph) Armament 2 × 164 mm (6.5 in) guns 6 × 138 mm (5.4 in) guns 10 × 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 5 × 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 2 × 450 mm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 40 to 100 mm (1.6 to 3.9 in) Conning tower: 160 mm (6.3 in) Gun shields: 55 mm (2.2 in) MN Duleix da França - Armored Cruiser The Dupleix class consisted of three armored cruisers built for the French Navy (Marine Nationale) at the beginning of the 20th century. Designed for overseas service and armed with eight 164.7-millimeter (6.5 in) guns, the three ships of the class were smaller and less powerfully armed than their predecessors. Displacement 7,700 t (7,578 long tons) Length 132.1 m (433 ft 5 in) (o/a) Beam 17.8 m (58 ft 5 in) Draft 7.46 m (24 ft 6 in) Installed power 20 or 24 water-tube boilers 17,100 PS (12,600 kW) Propulsion 3 shafts, 3 triple-expansion steam engines Speed 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph) Range 6,450 nmi (11,950 km; 7,420 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin 164.7 mm (6.5 in) guns 4 × single 100 mm (3.9 in) guns 10 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 4 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 2 × 450 mm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 84–102 mm (3.3–4.0 in) Turrets: 110 mm (4.3 in) Barbettes: 80–120 mm (3.1–4.7 in) Deck: 42–70 mm (1.7–2.8 in) Bulkheads: 40 or 84 mm (1.6 or 3.3 in) Conning tower: 100–120 mm (3.9–4.7 in) USS Cincinnati dos EUA - Protected Cruiser The Cincinnati-class cruisers were two small protected cruisers built for the United States Navy in the early 1890s. They were smaller and more lightly armed and protected than most previous US cruisers, and were intended for commerce raiding.They may also be referred to as Raleigh-class cruisers, as Raleigh was launched and commissioned prior to Cincinnati. Displacement 3,183 long tons (3,234 t) (standard) 3,339 long tons (3,393 t) (full load) Length 305 ft 9 in (93.19 m) Beam 42 ft (13 m) Draft 18 ft (5.5 m) Installed power 6 × steam boilers 2 × vertical triple expansion engines 10,000 ihp (7,500 kW) Propulsion 2 × screws Speed 19 knots (35 km/h) Range 8,652 nmi (16,024 km; 9,957 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament As built: 1 × 6 in (152 mm)/40 caliber gun 10 × 5 in (127 mm)/40 caliber guns 8 × 6-pounder (57 mm (2.2 in)) guns 2 × 1-pounder (37 mm (1.5 in)) guns 1 × Gatling gun 4 × 18 inch (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 2.5 in (64 mm) (slope) 1 in (25 mm) (flat) Conning Tower: 2 in (51 mm) Gun Sponsons: 4 in (102 mm) General characteristics (1903) Installed power 8 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 2 × vertical triple expansion engines 8,500 ihp (6,300 kW) Propulsion 2 × screws Speed 18 knots (33 km/h) Armament 11 × 5 in (127 mm)/40 caliber guns 8 × 6-pounder (57 mm (2.2 in)) guns 2 × 1-pounder (37 mm (1.5 in)) guns 1 × Gatling gun USS Denver dos EUA - Protected Cruiser The Denver-class cruisers were a group of six protected cruisers in service with the United States Navy from 1903 through 1929. Displacement 3,200 long tons (3,251 t) Length 308 ft 10 in (94.13 m) Beam 44 ft (13 m) Draft 15 ft 9 in (4.80 m) Installed power 6 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers (275 psi) 2 × triple-expansion engines 4,700 ihp (3,500 kW) (design) Propulsion 2 × screws Speed 16.41 knots (30.39 km/h; 18.88 mph) (trial) Range 2,200 nmi (4,100 km; 2,500 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 10 × 5 in (127 mm)/50 caliber Mark 5 rapid firing (RF) guns 6 × 6-pounder (57 mm (2.2 in)) RF guns 2 × 1-pounder (37 mm (1.5 in)) RF guns 4 × .30 cal. (7.62 mm) machine guns Armor Deck: 2+1⁄2 in (64 mm) slopes, 5⁄16 in (8 mm) flat, 1 in (25 mm) ends Casemates: 1+3⁄4 in (44 mm) ARC 7 de Agosto da Colombia - Destroyer ARC 7 de Agosto (D-06) was a Swedish-built destroyer of the Colombian Navy. The ship, laid down in November 1955 as 13 de Junio, was built by the firm of Gotaverken in Gothenburg to the same design as the Royal Swedish Navy's Halland class of destroyers, with the exception that they had a third 120 mm turret in place of the 57 mm AA turret. Displacement 2,650 tons standard 3,300 tons full load Length 121 m (397 ft 0 in) Beam 12.4 m (40 ft 8 in) Draft 4.7 m (15 ft 5 in) Propulsion 2 shaft geared turbines, 2 boilers, 55,000 hp (41,000 kW) Speed 32 kn (59 km/h) Range 3,000 nmi (6,000 km) at 20 knots (37 km/h) 445 nmi (824 km) at 35 knots (65 km/h) Armament 6 × Bofors 120 mm guns (3 × 2) 4 × Bofors 40 mm AA guns (4 × 1) 4 × 533 mm (21.0 in) torpedo tubes (1 × 4) 4 × Bofors 375 mm (14.8 in) anti-submarine rockets (1 × 4) Nueva Esparta da Venezuela - Destroyer The Nueva Esparta-class destroyers were a class of destroyers used by the navy of Venezuela. The lead ship was named after Nueva Esparta (Spanish for "New Sparta"), one of the states of Venezuela. These ships were ordered in 1950, and were built by the Vickers-Armstrongs shipyards in Barrow-in-Furness between 1951 and 1954. Displacement Standard: 2,600 tons Full load: 3,670 tons Length 402 ft (123 m) Beam 43 ft (13 m) Draught 19 ft (5.8 m) Installed power 2 Foster Wheeler boilers (650 psi, 850 °F) 50,000 shp (37,000 kW) Propulsion Parsons steam turbines Speed 34 knots (63 km/h; 39 mph) Range 10,000 nmi (19,000 km; 12,000 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Complement 18 officers and 236 crew members Sensors and processing systems Radar Type 293Q target indication Radar Type 291 air warning Radar Type 274 navigation Radar Type 275 fire control on director Mk.VI Radar Type 262 fire control on director CRBF and STAAG Mk.II Armament 6 × QF 4.5 in (114 mm)/45 Mark V guns in 3 twin UD Mark VI mountings 8 × 40 mm/60 Bofors A/A cannons in 4 twin STAAG Mk.II mounts 8 × 40 mm/60 Bofors A/A cannons in 4 twin Mk.V mounts 3 × Torpedo tubes for 21 in (533 mm) Mk.IX torpedoes in 1 triple mount 1 × 'Squid A/S mortar ARM Comodoro Manuel Azueta do México - Destroyer USS Hurst (DE-250) was an Edsall-class destroyer escort in service with the United States Navy from 1943 to 1946. The ship served in both the Atlantic and the Pacific and was decommissioned in May 1946 and placed in reserve for the next 27 years. In October 1973, the former Hurst was acquired by the Mexican Navy and renamed ARM Comodoro Manuel Azueta (A-06) but was renamed ARM Comodoro Manuel Azueta Perillos in 1994. Displacement 1,253 tons standard 1,590 tons full load Length 306 ft (93 m) Beam 36.58 ft (11.15 m) Draft 10.42 ft (3.18 m) full load Propulsion 4 FM diesel engines, 4 diesel-generators, 6,000 shp (4.5 MW), 2 screws Speed 21 knots (39 km/h) Armament 3 × single 3 in (76 mm)/50 guns 1 × twin 40 mm AA guns 8 × single 20 mm AA guns 1 × triple 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes 8 × depth charge projectors 1 × depth charge projector (hedgehog) 2 × depth charge tracks Intrépido da Espanha - Destroyer The Audaz class was a class of nine destroyers built for the Spanish Navy after the Second World War. Construction was slow, with only four completed to the original design from 1953–1956. Displacement 1,124 t (1,106 long tons) standard Length 93.9 m (308 ft 1 in) o/a Beam 9.4 m (30 ft 10 in) Draught 3.0 m (9 ft 10 in) Installed power 23,000 kW (30,800 shp) Propulsion 3 × boilers 2 × Rateau-Bretagne geared steam turbines Speed 33 knots (61 km/h; 38 mph) Range 3,800 nmi (7,000 km; 4,400 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Armament 3 × 105 mm (4.1 in) dual-purpose guns 4 × 37 mm (1.5 in) anti-aircraft guns 8 × 20 mm (0.79 in) anti-aircraft guns 6 × 533 mm (21.0 in) torpedo tubes Niterói do Brasil - Dreadnought Design 684 for the Rio de Janeiro, Later HMS Agincourt Isla de Cuba da Espanha - Protected Cruiser Isla de Cuba was built in 1886–87 for the Spanish Navy by Sir W.G. Armstrong Mitchell & Company, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom as a second-class protected cruiser. She fought in the Battle of Manila Bay in the Philippines during the Spanish–American War in 1898, suffering light damage, and was scuttled after the battle. Displacement 950 long tons (970 t) Length 195 ft (59 m) Beam 30 ft (9.1 m) Draft 11 ft 4.75 in (3.4735 m) (mean) Installed power 535 ihp (399 kW) Propulsion 2 × horizontal triple expansion engines 2-cylinder boilers 2 × screws Speed 11.2 kn (12.9 mph; 20.7 km/h) Capacity 160 short tons (150 t) of coal Armament 4 × 4 in (100 mm)/40 cal guns 4 × 6-pounder 57 mm (2.24 in) quick-firing guns 3 × 14 in (360 mm) torpedo tubes (above water) Armor Deck: 1–2.5 in (2.5–6.4 cm) Hai Tien da China - Protected Cruiser Hai Tien (Chinese: 海天; pinyin: Hǎi Tiān; Wade–Giles: Hai Tien; lit. 'Heavenly Sea') was the second ship of the Hai Chi class of protected cruisers and one of the last built for the Manchu Qing Dynasty. Displacement 4,300 tons (standard) 4,515 t (full load) Length 129.2 m (423 ft 11 in) o/a Beam 14.2 m (46 ft 7 in) Draught 5.45 m (17 ft 11 in) Propulsion 2 shafts, 4 Hawthorn Leslie VTE engines, 12-cylindrical boilers, 17,000 bhp (12,700 kW) Speed 24.15 knots (27.79 mph; 44.73 km/h) Range 8,000 nmi (15,000 km) at 'economical speed' Armament 2 × 203.2-millimetre (8.00 in)/45 (1 × 1) 10 × 120 mm (5 in)/45 (1 × 1) 16 × 47 mm (2 in)/40 (16 × 1) 5 × 450 mm (18 in) torpedo tubes (1 × 1 bow, 4 × 1 stern) Armour Deck: 37–127 mm (1–5 in) Turrets: 114.3 mm (5 in) Barbettes: 51 mm (2 in) Conning tower: 152 mm (6 in) Chao Ho da China - Protected Cruiser Chao Ho (Chinese: 肇和; pinyin: Zhào Hé; Wade–Giles: Chao Ho; lit. 'Harmonious Beginnings') was the lead ship of a class of her class of training protected cruisers originally built for the Manchu Qing Dynasty. Displacement 2,750 t (2,707 long tons) Length 105.5 m (346 ft) Beam 13 m (43 ft) Draught 4.5 m (15 ft) Propulsion Three-shaft Parsons steam turbines, 4 cylindrical and 4 Yarrow boilers; 6,000 hp (4,500 kW) Speed 20 knots (23 mph; 37 km/h) Range 4,500 nmi (8,300 km) at 10 kn (12 mph; 19 km/h) Armament 2 x 1 - Armstrong Pattern NN 6-inch (152 mm)/50 guns 4 x 1 - Elswick Pattern P 4 in (100 mm)/50 guns 4 x 1 - Armstrong 3 in (76 mm) guns 6 x 1 - 47/40 Hotchkiss guns 2 × 37 mm (1 in) Maxim AA guns 2 × 450 mm (18 in) torpedo tubes Armour Deck: 19 to 25 mm (0.75 to 0.98 in) Conning tower: 76 mm (3.0 in) Hamidiye do Imperio Otomano - Protected Cruiser Hamidiyewas an Ottoman cruiser that saw extensive action during the Balkan Wars and World War I. Initially named Abdül Hamid, it was ordered by the Ottoman Navy in 1900 from the British shipbuilding company Armstrong Whitworth.[1] It was laid down in Elswick, Newcastle, in April 1902; launched on 25 September 1903; its sea trials began on 17 December 1903; and it was commissioned in April 1904.[1] It weighed 3,904 tons; was 112 m long with a beam of 14.5 m and a draught of 4.8 m; and was named after the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid II. Displacement 3,904 tons (normal) Length 112 m (367 ft) (LOA) 103.6 m (340 ft) (LPP) Beam14.5 m (48 ft) Draught4.8 m (16 ft) Propulsion Machinery: Steam, 3 shafts Engines: 2 × VTE 4-cylinder engines producing 12,000 ihp, Hawthorn Leslie and Company Boilers: 16 × Niclausse water-tube boilers Speed 22.2 knots (full speed in trials) 16 knots (normal cruising speed) Armament 2 × 150mm QF L/45 guns 8 × 120mm QF L/45 guns 6 × 47mm QF L/50 guns 6 × 37mm QF guns 2 × 457mm torpedo tubes 70 × mines NRP Adamastor de Portugal - Unprotected Cruiser NRP Adamastor was a small unprotected cruiser of the Portuguese Navy that was launched in 1896 and remained active until being decommissioned in 1933, being the only ship of its class. The vessel played an important role in the 5 October 1910 revolution in the Kingdom of Portugal, which saw the fall of the monarchy, and later took part in actions in Portuguese Africa during World War I. Displacement 1,729 long tons (1,757 t) Length 73.8 m (242 ft) Beam 10.7 m (35 ft) Draft 6.5 m (21 ft) Propulsion 4 VTE cylindrical boilers Speed 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Range 4,600 nmi (8,500 km; 5,300 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × 150 mm (6 in) Krupp guns 4 × 105 mm (4 in) Krupp guns 2 × 47 mm (2 in) Hotchkiss guns 2 machine guns 3 torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 30 mm (1.2 in) Conning tower: 65 mm (2.6 in) SMS Noibe/ Dalmacija da Alemanha/Yugoslavia - Light Cruiser SMS Niobe was the second member of the ten-ship Gazelle class of light cruisers that were built for the German Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy) in the late 1890s and early 1900s. The ship saw no active service with the Reichsmarine and, in 1925, Germany sold the ship to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia). There, she was renamed Dalmacija and served in the Royal Yugoslav Navy until April 1941. Displacement Normal: 2,643 t (2,601 long tons) Full load: 2,963 t (2,916 long tons) Length 105 m (344 ft 6 in) loa Beam 12.2 m (40 ft) Draft 5.03 m (16 ft 6 in) Installed power 8 × Thornycroft boilers 8,000 PS (7,900 ihp) Propulsion 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 × screw propellers Speed 21.5 knots (39.8 km/h; 24.7 mph) Range 3,570 nmi (6,610 km; 4,110 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 10 × 10.5 cm (4.1 in) SK L/40 guns 2 × 45 cm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 20 to 25 mm (0.79 to 0.98 in) Conning tower: 80 mm (3.1 in) Gun shields: 50 mm (2 in) IJN Shinano do Japão - Battleship Shinano, originally Warship Number 110, was laid down as the third member of the Yamato class, albeit with a slightly modified design. Most of the original armor values were slightly reduced, including the belt, deck, and turrets. The savings in weight this entailed meant that improvements could be made in other areas, including added protection for fire-control and lookout positions. In addition, the 12.7 cm (5.0 in) secondary armament on the first two Yamatos was to have been replaced by the 10 cm (3.9 in)/65 caliber Type 98 gun. Although smaller, this gun was superior to the 127 mm, possessing a significantly greater muzzle velocity, maximum range, anti-aircraft ceiling, and rate of fire reinforced bottom protection with a triple layer of plating added in over the existing two layers, each of those being 1″ (25,4mm) thick; the third bottom layer was 0.5″ – where spaces were restricted the combined thicknesses were redistributed to the 2 layer solution – the result was thought to be proof agains 300kg TNT charge mines in order to compensate for this above listed added weight (~600t) and also to ease production of very thick armor plates the main belt’s thickness was reduced to 400mm (410mm previously), the main deck’s flat part to 190mm (200mm) and the main turret’s barbettes were thinned to 540mm (from 560mm); on the other hand some extra protection was proposed for the massively exposed 15,5cm turrets – exact details are not known but quite possibly this was an additional ~1″ (25,4mm) plating added on the two existing ship as well some sources claim the conning tower was already extended a bit on Musashi , but more certainly here the flag bridge and other flagship facilities would have been expanded more completely to allow these ships to function as fleet flagships fuel storage came out on the high side in relation to the designed range so this might have been sacrificed to gain weight margins or retained to extend the range a bit the then recently designed carrier Taiho and Akizuki class destroyers already incorporated the brand new and very powerful 100mm/60cal Type 98 dual-purpose gun so it just made sense to accommodate these on the premier battleship class as well – the aging 12,7cm/40 were clearly not cutting edge even by the early 1940s.It is not clear though how many mounts or what arrangement would have been used and if the 15,5cm turrets would have been retained et all; most sources claim the two superposed triple 15,5cms would have remained and the 12,7cm/40s would be replaced on a one-for-one basis (24 guns in 12 mounts in all) IJN Yashima do Japão - Battleship The 1942 Programme: Warships No. 797, No.798 and 799 As usual in military arms races one side’s actions are followed by reactions. The US embarked on a massive fleet expansion during 1940, mainly in reaction to the fall of France. There was almost 400.000 tons of battleships authorized which meant at least 8-9 hulls calculating even with conservative, 45-50.000 ton Panamax designs. (Actually five 60.500 t Montana and two 45.000 ton Iowa class units were ordered). It was obvious that even with a qualitative edge, thanks to the super-secret 46cm main guns, four ships would not be able to balance of American tonnage then building and now just authorized in addition. So a Fifth Replenishment Program (Maru Go Keikau) was authorized for 1942 which provided for 3 more battleships, none of which were actually ordered. Presumably in order to speed up construction this intermediate unit was based on the Shinano with incorporating some further enhancements (Kai-No.110). The list of changes: -further reinforced bottom protection, probably a full triple bottom under both magazines and machinery -revised torpedo defense system with additional longitudinal holding bulkheads added to the bow and stern parts not covered by the armored citadel to limit flooding in case of a torpedo hit in these rather long and so far unprotected areas – quite probably some form of extra bulkheading would have been added to the citadel part as well. -further refinement of the AA battery with additional directors and a revised AA platform on the main superstructure (no drawings survive unfortunately) -expanded flag facilities/rooms for headquarters staff No order followed-through so the project was stillborn and later cancelled altogether HMCS Labrador do Canada - Battleship Part of the Canadian Naval Funding of 1912 for a Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship Displacement 32,590 long tons (33,110 t) 33,260 long tons (33,790 t) (Deep load) Length 643 ft 9 in (196.2 m) Beam 90 ft 7 in (27.6 m) Draught 33 ft (10.1 m) Installed power 24 Yarrow boilers 56,000 shp (42,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 2 steam turbine sets Speed 24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph) Range 5,000 nmi (9,260 km; 5,750 mi) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) Armament 4 × twin 15-inch (381 mm) guns 14 × single 6-inch (152 mm) guns 2 × single 3-inch (76 mm) 20 cwt AA guns 4 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Waterline belt: 13 in (330 mm) Deck: 1–3 in (25–76 mm) Barbettes: 7–10 in (178–254 mm) Gun turrets: 11–13 in (279–330 mm) Conning tower: 13 in (330 mm) HMS Malaya dos Estados Federados da Malasia - Battleship With the threat of Germany, the British Navy was in a drive for expansion. As a contribution, the Government and people of the Federated Malay States agreed to finance the commissioning of HMS Malaya; this was a motion proposed in the Federal Council by the Sultan of Perak in 1913 and supported by the Sultan of Selangor. The battleship which cost $25,000,000 (approximately £2,945,709) was one of five of the Queen Elizabeth class, displacing 31,000 tons, mounting fifteen-inch guns and capable of 25 knots (46 km/h). The most modern ships of their day, they formed the 5th Battle Squadron and fought as such at Jutland in 1916. HMS Malaya was also refurbished and was in service throughout World War II. Displacement 32,590 long tons (33,110 t) 33,260 long tons (33,790 t) (Deep load) Length 643 ft 9 in (196.2 m) Beam 90 ft 7 in (27.6 m) Draught 33 ft (10.1 m) Installed power 75,000 shp (56,000 kW) 24 Yarrow boilers Propulsion 4 Shafts 2 Steam turbine sets Speed 25 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph) Range 5,000 nmi (9,260 km; 5,750 mi) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) Armament 4 × twin 15-inch (381 mm) guns 14 × single 6-inch (152 mm) guns 2 × single 3-inch (76 mm) 20 cwt AA guns 4 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Waterline belt: 13 in (330 mm) Deck: 1–3 in (25–76 mm) Barbettes: 7–10 in (178–254 mm) Gun turrets: 11–13 in (279–330 mm) Conning tower: 13 in (330 mm) Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Trinidad da Espanha - Battleship In 1939 General Francisco Franco came out the victor of the Spanish civil war and contemplated an ambitious naval program. Franco concluded agreements with the Italian government, which already provided him during the war submarines and destroyers, and discussed the major issue of building no less than four Littorio-class battleships in Spain, under Italian assistance and plans. The agreement was made as the Ansaldo shipyard, chosen for the deal, was to draft plans for a virtual copy of the littorio with some modifications and to provide all necessary technical and material support for the construction in Spain, starting at Ferrol Shipyards. The Italian Navy also devised a plan to both modernize, expand and enlarge Spanish shipyards in order to support the construction of these much larger ships Spain ever saw. This is the Progetto 1047. Dimensions 237.76 m (780.1 ft) x 32.82 m (107.7 ft) x 9.6 m (31 ft) Displacement Standard: 40,724 t, Fully loaded 45,236 t Propulsion 4 Geared turbines, 8 Yarrow boilers for 128,200 shp (95,600 kW) Speed 30 knots (56 km/h) Range 4,580 nautical miles (8,480 km) at 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armament 9x 381mm (3x3), 12x2 120mm AA dual purpose, 20x 37mm, 16x 20mm Breda AA. Armor Belt 280+70 mm, Deck 90–150 mm, Bulkheads 70–280 mm, Barbettes 350 mm, Turrets 380 mm, CT 255 mm Galileo Galilei Battlecruiser da Italia - Battlecruiser ou Super Cruiser In 1928, Italian designers began studies to determine the best way to utilize the 70,000 tons of new construction allotted to Italy in the Washington Treaty. The first design to be seriously considered was for a small capital ship with protection sacrificed for heavy armament and high speed. The limited displacement of 23,000 tons would allow three vessels to be built within the 70,000-ton limit. Dimensions: 194,5 x 28,9 x 8m Displacement: 23.000tons Engine Power: 150.000shp, 4 shafts Maximum Speed: 54km/h (29knots) Armour Thickness: unknown 3x2 381mm Cannons 4x2 152mm Guns 6x2 100mm DP-AA Guns 2 seaplanes RM Leonardo da Vinci da Italia - Battlecruiser Design 1933 Battlecruiser. Before the plan to rebuild the old battleships of the Regia Marina, the Conte di Cavour and Andrea Doria classes, there were plans to build fast capital ships, aka battlecrusiers. The design could be considered as the battlecrusier version of the later Littorio class battleships though it did have very limited AA weaponry for self defence. Design work progressed rapidly, but in late 1933 the Italians decided to abandon the work. The 1933 battlecruiser would have been poorly protected, but it was more than capable of dealing with British and French cruisers, while being fast enough to elude capital ships. The cancellation of this design meant that Italy, the nation that had given birth to the very idea of a cruiser armed with battleship-caliber weapons, never fielded a battlecruiser Dimensions: 200 x 27 x 8m Displacement: 26.500tons Engine Power: 160.000shp, 4 shafts Maximum Speed: 54km/h (29knots) Armour Thickness: 250mm Belt, 150mm Deck Armaments: 4x2 340mm Cannons 6x2 152mm Guns 6x2 37mm AA Guns 4 seaplanes, probably IMAM Ro.43 Peresvet da Russia - Battleship Peresvet (Russian: Пересвет) was the lead ship of the three Peresvet-class pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy at the end of the nineteenth century. The ship was transferred to the Pacific Squadron upon completion and based at Port Arthur from 1903. Displacement 13,810 long tons (14,032 t) Length 434 ft 5 in (132.4 m) Beam 71 ft 6 in (21.8 m) Draft 26 ft 3 in (8.0 m) Installed power 30 Belleville boilers 14,500 ihp (10,813 kW) Propulsion 3 shafts, 3 triple-expansion steam engines Speed 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Range 6,200 nmi (11,500 km; 7,100 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament As built: 2 × twin 10 in (254 mm) guns 11 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 20 × single 75 mm (3 in) guns 20 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 8 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 5 × 15 in (381 mm) torpedo tubes 45 × mines Armor Harvey armor Belt: 4–9 inches (102–229 mm) Deck: 2–3 inches (51–76 mm) Turrets: 9 inches (229 mm) Sevastopol da Russia - Battleship Sevastopol (Russian: Севастополь) was the last of three ships in the Petropavlovsk class of pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy in the 1890s. Displacement 11,842 long tons (12,032 t) Length 376 ft (115 m) Beam 70 ft (21 m) Draft 28 ft 3 in (8.61 m) Installed power 10,600 shp (7,900 kW) 16 cylindrical boilers Propulsion 2 shafts 2 triple-expansion steam engines Speed 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) Range 3,750 nmi (6,940 km; 4,320 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns 4 × twin, 4 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 10 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 28 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) guns 4 × 15-inch (381 mm) torpedo tubes 2 × 18-inch (457 mm) torpedo tubes 50 × mines Armor Harvey armor Belt: 10–14.5 in (254–368 mm) Turrets: 10 in (254 mm) Deck: 3 in (76 mm) .Regina Elena da Italia - Battleship Regina Elena was the lead ship of her class of pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy). The ship was built by the La Spezia shipyard between 1901 and 1907, and was armed with a main battery of two 12 in (305 mm) guns and twelve 8 in (203 mm) guns. Displacement 13,807 long tons (14,029 t) Length 144.6 m (474 ft) Beam 22.4 m (73 ft) Draft 8.58 m (28.1 ft) Installed power 28 × Belleville boilers 19,299 ihp (14,391 kW) Propulsion 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 × screw propellers Speed 20.8 knots (38.5 km/h; 23.9 mph) Range 10,000 nmi (19,000 km; 12,000 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × 12 in (305 mm) guns 12 × 8 in (203 mm) guns 16 × 3 in (76 mm) guns 2 × 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 2 × 17.7 in (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 9.8 in (250 mm) Turrets: 8 in (200 mm) Decks: 1.5 in (38 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (250 mm) HNLMS Marten Harpertszoon Tromp da Holanda - Battleship? HNLMS Marten Harpertszoon Tromp (Dutch: Hr.Ms. Marten Harpertszoon Tromp) was a unique coastal defence ship[a] of the Royal Netherlands Navy built by the Rijkswerf in Amsterdam. Displacement 5,210 tons Length 100.78 m (330 ft 8 in) Beam 15.19 m (49 ft 10 in) Draught 5.69 m (18 ft 8 in) Propulsion 6,400 hp (4,800 kW), two shafts Speed 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h) Armament 2 × 9.4 in (24 cm) (2 × 1) 4 × 15 cm (5.9 in) (4 × 1) 8 × 7.5 cm (3.0 in) (8 × 1) 4 × 1pdr (4 × 1) 3 × 45 cm (18 in) torpedo tubes Armour 6 in (15 cm) belt 8 in (20 cm) barbette 8 in (20 cm) turret Mato Grosso do Brasil - Destroyer USS Compton (DD-705), an Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer, was named for Lewis Compton, who served in active duty in the Navy during World War I and Assistant Secretary of the Navy from 9 February 1940 to 13 February 1941 and sold to Brazil in the 1970s. Displacement 2,200 tons Length 376 ft 6 in (114.76 m) Beam 40 ft (12 m) Draft 15 ft 8 in (4.78 m) Propulsion 60,000 shp (45,000 kW); 2 propellers Speed 34 kn (63 km/h; 39 mph) Range 6,500 nmi (12,000 km; 7,500 mi) at 15 kn (28 km/h; 17 mph) Armament 6 × 5 in (130 mm)/38 caliber guns, 12 × 40 mm AA guns, 11 × 20 mm AA guns, 10 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes, 6 × depth charge projectors, 2 × depth charge tracks Acre do Brasil - Destroyer The Acre-class destroyers were a class of six destroyers built during World War II for the Brazilian Navy. None were completed before the end of the war. They are also referred to in some sources as the Amazonas class. Displacement 1,340 long tons (1,360 t) standard 1,800 long tons (1,800 t) full load Length 98.45 m (323 ft 0 in) oa Beam 10.67 m (35 ft 0 in) Draught 2.59 m (8 ft 6 in) Propulsion 2 shaft Parsons geared turbines, 3 boilers 34,000 hp (25,000 kW) Speed 35.5 knots (40.9 mph; 65.7 km/h) Armament 4 × 1 5 inch/38 guns 1 × 2 40 mm guns 4 × 1 20 mm guns 2 × 3 (Acre, Ajuricaba) or 2 × 4 (all others) 21 inch torpedo tubes 8 depth charge throwers Marcílio Dias/ Mariz e Barros/ Greenhalg do Brasil - Destroyer The Marcílio Dias-class destroyers (sometimes referred to as M class) were three destroyers of the Brazilian Navy that served during World War II. They were based on the United States Navy's Mahan class. The Marcílio Dias class were the first warships to be constructed in Brazil of any type. They entered service in 1943 and served on Atlantic convoy duty with the Allies. In July 1944, the three destroyers escorted the Brazilian Expeditionary Force to Italy. Displacement 1,524 t (1,500 long tons) standard 2,235 t (2,200 long tons) full load Length 108.81 m (357 ft 0 in) oa 103.94 m (341 ft 0 in) pp Beam 10.61 m (34 ft 10 in) Draught 3.04 m (10 ft 0 in) mean Installed power 4 × Babcock & Wilcox Express boilers, 42,800 shp (31,916 kW) Propulsion 2-shaft General Electric Company geared turbines Speed 36.5 knots (67.6 km/h; 42.0 mph) Range 6,500 nmi (12,038 km; 7,480 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Endurance 559 t (550 long tons) fuel oil Armament 5 × single 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal. guns 4 × 40 mm guns 4 × 20 mm guns 2 × quad 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes 4 × depth charge throwers Alexandrino de Alencar do Brasil - Destroyer HMS Porpoise was an Acasta-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, which was built by Thornycroft between 1912 and 1914. Porpoise served through the First World War, taking part at the Battle of Jutland in 1916, where she was damaged. In 1920, she was sold to the Brazilian Navy serving under the name Alexandrino de Alencar. Displacement 934 long tons (949 t) Length 265 ft 3 in (80.8 m) oa Beam 26 ft 6 in (8.1 m) Draught 9 ft 3 in (2.8 m) Installed power 22,500 shp (16,778 kW) Propulsion Yarrow-type water-tube boilers 2 shaft Parson steam turbines Speed 31 knots (57 km/h; 36 mph) Armament 3 × QF 4 in (102 mm) Mark IV guns 1 × QF 2 pdr pom-pom Mk. II 2 × single tubes for 21 in (533 mm) torpedoes Marcilio Dias do Brasil - Destroyer The second USS Henry W. Tucker (DD-875) was a Gearing-class destroyer of the United States Navy and sold to Brazil in the 70s. Displacement 2,425 tons Length 390.5 ft (119.0 m) Beam 41.07 ft (12.52 m) Draft 18.5 ft (5.6 m) Propulsion High-pressure super-heated boilers, geared turbines with twin screws, 60,000 hp Speed 34.5 knots (39.7 mph; 63.9 km/h) Armament 6 x 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal. guns 8 x 40 mm guns 5 x 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Pará do Brasil - Destroyer USS Guest (DD-472), a Fletcher-class destroyer, was a ship of the United States Navy named for Commodore John Guest (1822–1879). Guest was launched 20 February 1942 by the Boston Naval Shipyard; sponsored by Mrs. Ann Guest Walsh, granddaughter of Com. Guest; commissioned 15 December 1942, Commander Henry Crommelin in command. Guest decommissioned in 1946 and was transferred on loan to the Brazilian Navy in 1959, where she served as Pará (D27). She was stricken in 1979 and was sunk as a target ship in 1983. Displacement 2,050 tons Length 376 ft 6 in (114.7 m) Beam 39 ft 8 in (12.1 m) Draft 17 ft 9 in (5.4 m) Propulsion 60,000 shp (45 MW); 2 propellers Speed 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) Range 6500 nmi. (12,000 km) at 15 kt Armament 5 × 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal. guns 10 × 40 mm AA guns 7 × 20 mm AA guns 10 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes 6 × depth charge projectors 2 × depth charge tracks Navigatori da Italia - Destroyer The Navigatori class were a group of Italian destroyers built in 1928–1929 for the Regia Marina (Royal Italian Navy), named after Italian explorers. They fought in World War II. Just one vessel, Nicoloso Da Recco, survived the conflict. Displacement 1,900 long tons (1,930 t) (standard) 2,580 long tons (2,621 t) (full load) Length 107.28 m (352 ft 0 in) Beam 10.2 m (33 ft 6 in) Draught 3.4 m (11 ft 2 in) Installed power 4 water-tube boilers 55,000 hp (41,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 geared steam turbines Speed 32 knots (59.3 km/h; 36.8 mph) Range 3,800 nmi (7,000 km; 4,400 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 3 × twin 120 mm (4.7 in) guns 2 × single 40 mm (1.6 in) AA guns 4 × twin 13.2 mm (0.52 in) machine guns 6 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes 86–104 mines HNLMS Van Galen da Holanda - Destroyer HNLMS Van Galen was a N-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy during the Second World War and transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy shortly after completion. The Dutch changed the pennant numbers several times G-84 (WW II), J-3, JT-3, and D-803. Displacement 1,773 long tons (1,801 t) (standard) 2,384 long tons (2,422 t) (deep load) Length 356 ft 6 in (108.7 m) (o/a) Beam 35 ft 9 in (10.9 m) Draught 12 ft 6 in (3.8 m) Installed power 2 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 geared steam turbines Speed 36 knots (67 km/h; 41 mph) Range 5,500 nmi (10,200 km; 6,300 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Sensors and processing systems ASDIC Type 285 gunnery radar Type 286 radar surface-search radar Armament 3 × twin QF 4.7-inch (120 mm) Mk XII guns 1 × single QF 4-inch Mk V (102 mm) AA gun 4 × single 20 mm (0.8 in) Oerlikon AA guns 2 × twin QF 0.5-inch (12.7 mm) Mk III machineguns 1 × quintuple 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 45 × depth charges, 1 × rack, 2 × throwers HMCS Ontario do Canadá - Light Cruiser HMCS Ontario was a Minotaur-class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy as HMS Minotaur (53), but transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on completion and renamed Ontario. Displacement 8,800 tons standard 11,130 tons full Length 555.5 ft (169.3 m) Beam 63 ft (19 m) Draught 17.25 ft (5.26 m) Propulsion Four Admiralty-type three drum boilers Four shaft Parsons steam turbines 72,500 shp (54,100 kW) Speed 31.5 knots (58.3 km/h) Range 2,000 nautical miles (3,700 km) at 30 knots (60 km/h) 8,000 nautical miles (15,000 km) at 16 knots (30 km/h); 1,850 tons fuel oil Armament Three triple 6-inch / 50 Mk 23 guns Five dual 4-inch / 45 QF Mk 16 HA guns Four quad QF 2-pdr guns Six single 40 mm AA guns Two triple 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour 3.25–3.5-inch (83–89 mm) belt 2-inch (51 mm) deck 1–2-inch (25–51 mm) turrets 1.5–2-inch (38–51 mm) bulkheads Chacabuco do Chile - Protected Cruiser The Chilean cruiser Chacabuco was a protected cruiser of the Chilean Navy. Built at the end of the 19th Century, the Chacabuco had a remarkably long and varied career spanning nearly half a century. Displacement 4,160 long tons (4,230 t) Length 360 ft (109.7 m) Beam 46 ft 6 in (14.2 m) Draught 17 ft (5.2 m) Installed power 15,700 ihp (11,700 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts, vertical triple-expansion steam engines cylindrical boilers Speed 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph) Armament 2 × 1 - 8-inch (203 mm) guns 10 × 1 - 4.7-inch (120 mm) guns 12 × 1 - 3-inch (76 mm) guns 6 × 1 - 3-pounder guns 3 × 1 - 18-inch (457 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Deck: 1.75–4.5 in (44–114 mm) Main gun shields: 4.5 in (114 mm) Conning tower: 3 in (76 mm) BAP Coronel Bolognesi do Peru - Scout Cruiser BAP Coronel Bolognesi was a scout cruiser of the Peruvian Navy, the lead ship of its class. Along with its sister ship Almirante Grau, Coronel Bolognesi was one of Peru's two most powerful warships for the first half of the twentieth century. Displacement 3,100 long tons (3,150 t) Normal Length 115.82 m (380 ft) oa Beam 12.34 m (40 ft 6 in) Draught 4.267 m (14 ft) Installed power 14,000 ihp (10,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts, triple-expansion steam engines Speed 24 kn (44 km/h; 28 mph) Range 3,276 nmi (6,067 km; 3,770 mi) at 10 km (6.2 mi) Armament 2 × 6 in (152 mm) guns 8 × 14-pounder (76 mm) guns 8 × 3-pounder (47 mm) guns 2 × 18 in (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Deck: 38 mm (1+1⁄2 in) Conning tower: 76 mm (3 in) Gun shields:76 mm (3 in) BAP Capitán Quiñones do Peru - Light Cruiser BAP Capitán Quiñones (CL-83) was a Crown Colony class cruiser in service with the Peruvian Navy. It was completed for the Royal Navy in 1942 as HMS Newfoundland and, after being withdrawn from service, commissioned by the Marina de Guerra del Perú on December 30, 1959. Displacement 8,712 tonnes standard 11,024 tons full load Length 169.3 m (555 ft) Beam 18.9 m (62 ft) Draught 5.3 m (17 ft) Propulsion Four oil fired three-drum Admiralty-type boilers four-shaft geared turbines four screws 54.1 megawatts (72,500 shp) Speed 33 knots (61 km/h) Range 10,200 nmi (18,900 km; 11,700 mi) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) Sensors and processing systems Type 281 air search Type 272 surface search Type 277 height finding Type 274 fire control (152 mm) Type 283 fire control (102 mm) Type 282 fire control (2 pdr) Armament 3 triple Mk XXIII 152/50 mm guns 4 twin Mk XIX 102/45 mm guns 4 quadruple Mk VII 2 pdr (40 mm) pom-pom guns 10 twin Mk II 20/70 mm guns 2 triple 533 mm torpedo tubes Armour 82.5-88.9 mm belt 25.4-50.8 mm turrets ARA Independencia da Argentina - Aircraft Carrier HMS Warrior was a Colossus-class light aircraft carrier which was ordered in 1942 by the British Royal Navy during World War II.In 1958, the vessel was sold to the Argentine Navy and entered Argentine service in 1959 as ARA Independencia. The aircraft carrier remained in service until 1970 when Independencia was placed in reserve. The following year, the ship was sold for scrap. Displacement 13,200 tons (standard) 18,000 tons (full load) Length 690 ft (210 m) (flight deck) 695 ft (212 m) overall Beam 80 ft (24 m) Draught 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m) (standard) 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) (full load) Propulsion Parsons geared turbines 4 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 2 propeller shafts Speed 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Range 12,000 nautical miles (22,000 km; 14,000 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Armament 6 × 4-barrelled 2 pounder anti-aircraft guns 16 × twin 20 mm Oerlikon mountings All weapons later replaced by 40 mm Bofors in varying configurations Aircraft carried Up to 52 Oriani da Italia - Destroyer The Oriani class (also known as the Poeti class), were a group of four destroyers built for the Regia Marina (Royal Italian Navy) in the mid-1930s. They were improved versions of the Maestrale-class destroyers and had increased machinery power and a different anti-aircraft armament. The increase in power, however, disappointed in that there was only a marginal speed improvement. The obsolete 40 mm/39 pom-pom anti-aircraft guns were finally discontinued, being replaced by extra 13.2 mm (0.52 in) machine guns; otherwise armament was unchanged. Displacement 1,700–1,750 long tons (1,730–1,780 t) (standard) 2,400–2,450 long tons (2,440–2,490 t) (full load) Length 106.7 m (350 ft 1 in) Beam 10.15 m (33 ft 4 in) Draught 3.42–4.8 m (11 ft 3 in–15 ft 9 in) Installed power 3 Thornycroft boilers 48,000 hp (36,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 geared steam turbines Speed 33–33 knots (61–61 km/h; 38–38 mph) Range 2,600–2,800 nmi (4,800–5,200 km; 3,000–3,200 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 2 × twin 120 mm (4.7 in) guns 2 × single 120 mm (4.7 in) star shell guns 4 × twin 13.2 mm (0.52 in) machine guns 2 × triple 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes 56 mines MN Joffre da França - Aircraft Carrier The Joffre class consisted of a pair aircraft carriers planned by France prior to World War II. Only one of the two vessels was laid down, and neither was launched before the project was cancelled in 1940. Displacement 18,000 t (18,000 long tons) (standard) 20,000 t (20,000 long tons) (deep load) Length 236 m (774 ft 3 in) Beam 24.6 m (80 ft 9 in) (waterline) Draft 6.6 m (21 ft 8 in) Installed power 8 water-tube boilers 120,000 shp (89,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 geared steam turbine sets Speed 33.5 knots (62.0 km/h; 38.6 mph) Range 7,000 nmi (13,000 km; 8,100 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Armament 4 × twin 130 mm (5.1 in) DP guns 4 × twin 37 mm (1.5 in) AA guns 7 × quadruple 13.2 mm (0.5 in) AA machine guns Armor Waterline belt: 105 mm (4.1 in) Deck: 40–70 mm (1.6–2.8 in) Gun turrets: 20 mm (0.8 in) Barbettes: 20 mm (0.8 in) Conning tower: 20 mm (0.8 in) Aircraft carried 40 Comandanti Medaglie d'Oro da Italia - Destroyer The Comandanti Medaglie d'Oro class were a group of 20 destroyers ordered for the Regia Marina (Royal Italian Navy) during World War II. Nine had been laid down by the time of the Italian armistice in September 1943 and all but one of those ships which had not yet been laid down were cancelled. Of those that had been laid down, none had been launched by that time and all were subsequently scrapped. Displacement 2,100 long tons (2,100 t) (standard) 3,000 long tons (3,000 t) (full load) Length 120.7 m (396 ft) (o/a) Beam 12.3 m (40 ft 4 in) Draught 3.6 m (11 ft 10 in) Installed power 3 three-drum boilers 60,000 shp (45,000 kW) Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 geared steam turbines Speed 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) Range 3,300 nmi (6,100 km; 3,800 mi) at 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Complement 15 officers and 262 enlisted men Sensors and processing systems EC-3 ter Gufo search radar Armament 4 × single 135 mm (5.3 in) guns 12 × single 37 mm (1.5 in) AA guns 2 × triple 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes 52 mines 2 depth charge throwers, 64 depth charges Arromanches da França - Aircraft Carrier Arromanches (R95) was an aircraft carrier of the French Navy, which served from 1946 to 1974. She was previously HMS Colossus (15) of the Royal Navy. She was the name-ship of the Colossus class of light carriers. She was commissioned in 1944, but did not see any action in World War II. Displacement 13,200 tons (standard) 18,000 tons (full load) Length 690 ft (210 m) (flight deck) 695 ft (212 m) overall Beam 80 ft (24 m) Draught 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m) (standard) 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) (full load) Propulsion Parsons geared turbines 4 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 2 propeller shafts Speed 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Range 12,000 nautical miles (22,000 km; 14,000 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Armament 6 × 4-barrelled 2 pounder anti-aircraft guns 16 × twin 20 mm Oerlikon mountings All weapons later replaced by 40 mm Bofors in varying configurations Aircraft carried Up to 52 La Fayette da França - Aircraft Carrier La Fayette was an 11,000-ton -class aircraft carrier that served the French Navy from 1951 to 1963. She was the first French vessel named after the 18th century general Marquis de Lafayette. She was initially USS Langley (CVL-27) serving the United States Navy from 1943 to 1947 before transferring to the French Navy. Displacement 11,000 Length 622.5 ft (189.7 m) Beam 71.5 ft (21.8 m) (waterline) 109 ft 2 in (33.27 m) (overall) Draft 26 ft (7.9 m) Speed 31 knots (57 km/h) Armament 26 × 40 mm guns Aircraft carried 45 aircraft Dixmude da França - Aircraft Carrier HMS Biter was a Royal Navy escort carrier during the Second World War. She was laid down as a merchant ship at the Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Company yard at Chester, Pennsylvania. Laid down on 28 December 1939, she was converted to an escort carrier and commissioned in the Royal Navy on 6 May 1942. She was returned to the United States in 1945 and subsequently lent to France. Displacement 8,200 long tons (8,300 t) (normal) 9,000 long tons (9,100 t) (deep load) Length 492 ft (150 m) Beam 66 ft 3 in (20.19 m) Height 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) Installed power 8,500 hp (6,300 kW) Propulsion 4 × diesel engines 1 × shaft Speed 16.5 kn (19.0 mph; 30.6 km/h) Armament 3 × 4 in (100 mm) guns 15 × 20 mm (0.79 in) anti-aircraft cannons on single and twin mounts Aircraft carried 15–21; a mixture of Grumman Martlets Hawker Sea Hurricane Fairey Swordfish Grumman Avenger HSwMS Fylgia da Suécia - Armored Cruiser HSwMS Fylgia was an armored cruiser of the Swedish Navy. Launched in 1905, the ship was in service until 1953. The cruiser was primarily used as a training ship for naval cadets. Displacement 4,310 / 4,980 tons Length 117 m (383 ft 10 in) Beam 14.8 m (48 ft 7 in) Draft 6.3 m (20 ft 8 in) Installed power 12,000 ihp (8,900 kW) Propulsion Steam triple expansion, 2 screws Speed 22 knots (41 km/h) Range 8,000 nmi (15,000 km) at 10 knots (19 km/h) Armament Design 8 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors M/1903 14 × 57 mm/48cal. QF M/1889 (10 in casemates) 2 × 37 mm/39cal. cannons M/1898B 2 × 45 cm torpedo tubes M/1904 Mine rails (max 100 mines) WWI 8 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors M/1903 10 × 57 mm/48cal. QF M/1889 (6 in casemates) 2 × 57 mm/55cal. AA M/1889B 2 × 37 mm/39cal. cannons M/1898B 2 × 45 cm torpedo tubes M/1904 WWII 8 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors M/1903 4 × 57 mm/55cal. AA M/89B-38B 4 × 40 mm/56cal. Bofors AA M/1936 2 × 25 mm/58cal. Bofors AA M/1932 1 × 20 mm/66cal. Bofors AA M/1940 2 × 53 cm torpedo tubes 2 depth charge throwers Armour Side belt 100 mm (3.9 in) Turrets 50–125 mm (2.0–4.9 in) Deck 22–35 mm (0.87–1.38 in) Conning tower 100 mm HSwMS Sverige da Suécia - Battleship HSwMS Sverige was the first Swedish Sverige-class coastal defence ship (Pansarskepp) commissioned during the last year of World War I and serving into the 1950s Displacement 6852 t standard; 7688 t full load Length 119.7 m (392 ft 9 in) waterline 120 m (393 ft 8 in) overall Beam 18.63 m (61 ft 1 in) Draught 6.25 m (20 ft 6 in) Propulsion 12 Yarrow boilers; 2 Kockums-Curtis Direct-Drive turbines; 4 three-blade propellers 20,000 hp (15,000 kW) Speed 22.5 kn (41.7 km/h; 25.9 mph) Range 2,720 nmi (5,040 km; 3,130 mi) at 14 kn (26 km/h; 16 mph) Complement 427 (443 when used as flagship) Armament As built: 4 × Bofors 283 mm gun M/1912 (2×2) 8 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors QF M/1912 (1×2, 6×1) 4 × 75 mm/53cal. Bofors QF M/1912 (4×1) 2 × 75 mm/53cal. Bofors AA M/1915 (2×1) 2 × 57 mm/21,3cal. Bofors M/1916 (2×1) 2 × 6,5 mm/92,3cal. MG M/1914 (2×1) 2 × 45 cm Torpedo tubes M/1914 (2×1) During WWII: 4 ×Bofors 283 mm gun M/1912 (2×2) 6 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors QF M/1912 (1×2, 4×1) 4 × 75 mm/60cal. Bofors AA M/1928 (2×2) 6 × 40 mm/56cal. Bofors AA M/1936 (3×2) 4 × 25 mm/58cal. Bofors AA M/1932 (2×2) 3 × 20 mm/66cal. Bofors AA M/1940 (3×1) 4 × 8 mm/75,8cal. AA MG M/1936 (2×2) Armour Belt 200 mm (8 in) Turrets 200 mm (8 in) Citadel 100 mm (4 in) Deck 18–28 mm (1–1 in) KMS Frankfurt da Alemanha - Battleship one of the preliminary designs for the Bismarck, this is the Panzershiff "F" from 1934; In Germany, the Naval Construction Office (Marinekonstruktionsamt) first began to consider the planning of a 35,000-ton ship in early 1934. The initial preliminary design presented for Panzerschiff "F" in the spring was based on the following requirements: Standard displacement: Main battery: Secondary battery: Heavy Anti-aircraft battery: Armour: Main belt: Side armour bow/stern: Upper deck: Armour deck flat: Armour deck slopes: Main battery barbettes: Secondary battery barbettes: Conning tower: Torpedo bulkhead: Splinter longitudinal bulkhead: 35,000 tons 8 x 33-cm guns 12 x 15-cm guns 16 x 10.5-cm guns 350 mm 150 mm 50 mm 100 mm 120 mm 350 mm 150 mm 400 mm 60 mm 60 mm It was soon realized that the displacement required would be exceeded with the given armour values. Therefore, the thickness had to be reduced in order to stay within the 35,000-ton limit. Maximum speed was set to 29 knots.In January 1935, however, Raeder gave preference to a design with eight 35-cm guns.
  9. Bom dia, Boa tarde e boa noite para você caro leitor. Estou criando aqui esse topico com navios que eu, pessoalmente, gostaria de ver no jogo na forma de navios premium ou especiais, devido ao fato de ter existido apenas 1 ou 2 navios na classe, e essa minha lista varia de tier II ao tier X (eu acho) com navios de todas as classes e nações que eu consigo pensar, sintam se livres para darem mais sugestões e eu as colocarei no topico em algum momento oportunuo. Parte 2 aqui: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/243576-algumas-ideias-de-navios-que-poderiam-ser-colocados-no-jogo-parte-2/ Segue aqui os navios que seriam uma adição interessante ao jogo: Ersatz Monarch class do Império Austro Hungaro - Dreadnought A Classe Ersatz Monarch, chamada informalmente de Classe Tegetthoff Melhorada, foi uma classe de navios couraçados para a Marinha Austro-Húngara que teria sido construída entre 1914 e 1919. Os trabalhos para uma nova classe de couraçados que sucederia a Classe Tegetthoff e substituir a antiga Classe Monarch de navios de defesa costeira começaram em meados de 1911. Displacement 24,500 tonnes (24,100 long tons) Length 172 m (564 ft 4 in) (waterline) Beam 28.5 m (93 ft 6 in) Draft 8.4 m (27 ft 7 in) Installed power 15 Yarrow boilers 31,000 shp (23,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 steam turbine sets Speed 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph) Range 5,000 nmi (9,300 km; 5,800 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Crew 1,050 to 1,100 officers and men Armament 2 × triple, 2 × twin 35 cm (14 in) guns 14 × single 15 cm (5.9 in) guns 8 × single 9 cm (3.5 in) guns 2 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 8 or 12 × single 9 cm (3.5 in) AA guns 5 or 6 × 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 140 to 310 mm (5.5 to 12.2 in) Casemates: 150 mm (5.9 in) Turrets: 80 to 340 mm (3.1 to 13.4 in) Conning tower: 320 mm (12.6 in) Deck: 36 to 72 mm (1.4 to 2.8 in) Ersatz Zenta-class do Imperio Austro Hungaro - Ligh Cruiser The Ersatz Zenta class was a class of three planned light cruisers of the Austro-Hungarian Navy designed in the mid-1910s as part of a naval expansion program passed during a period of rising tensions in Europe. Displacement Design: 4,950 t (4,870 long tons; 5,460 short tons) Full load: 5,611 t (5,522 long tons; 6,185 short tons) Length 151.2 m (496 ft) lwl 153.1 m (502 ft) loa Beam 13.7 m (45 ft) Draft 6.4 m (21 ft) Installed power 16 × Yarrow boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) Propulsion 2 × AEG-Curtis steam turbines 2 × screws Speed30.1 knots (55.7 km/h; 34.6 mph) Armament 14 × 12 cm (4.7 in) 45-cal. guns 1 × 47 mm (1.9 in) 44-cal. gun 1 × 66 mm (2.6 in) 18-cal. gun 2 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes Design 1915 Armor Belt: 20 mm (0.79 in) Deck: 38 mm (1.5 in) General characteristics (1915 version) Speed29 to 30 knots (54 to 56 km/h; 33 to 35 mph) Armament 2 × 19 cm (7.5 in) 45-cal. guns 6–8 × 15 cm (5.9 in) 50-cal. guns 2–4 × 9 cm (3.5 in) 45-cal. guns 2 × 533 mm torpedo tubes ArmorBelt: 120 to 150 mm (4.7 to 5.9 in) Project I, II, IV, VI do Império Austro Hungaro - Battlecruiser. infelizmente não consegui muitas informações além de design e caracteristicas gerais. Project I https://www.artstation.com/artwork/BmxqW9 Main Guns : 8x 350mm, 9x350mm Armor: 225mm Displacement: 34.000t Propulsion: 4 screws, steam turbines, 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph) Project II Main Guns: 6x 380mm Armor: 225mm Displacement: 34.000t Propulsion: 4 screws, steam turbines, 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph) Project IV Main Guns: 6x 380mm Armor: 225mm Displacement: 34.000t Propulsion: 4 screws, steam turbines, 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph) Project VI Displacement: 32.000tons (standard), 36.000tons (full load) Armour: 40mm Deck, 225mm Belt Engines: 112.000shp Danubius Steam Turbines, 4 shafts Speed: 56km/h (30knots) Range: 16.700km at 28km/h (9.000nm at 15knots) or 5.500km at 56km/h (3.000nm at 30knots) Armaments: 2x2 42cm/45 Skoda K18 Cannons 18x1 15cm/50 Skoda K10 Guns 4x1 15cm/50 Skoda K18 DP-AA Guns 6x1 53cm Underwater Torpedo tubes Kilki class da Grécia (1906) - Battleship Before the Kilkis class, there was the Mississippi class. They were the last American pre-dreadnoughts, considered at the time somewhat hybrid ships, not monocaliber but with a powerful secondary artillery, and yet still slow pre-dreadnoughts. The Mississippi and Idaho had already a career in the "great white fleet" before the war, but saw no service during WW1, as instead of being sold for scrap later they were acquired in June 1914, when war was looming again in the Balkans, by Greece. Displacement Normal: 13,000 long tons (13,000 t) Full load: 14,465 long tons (14,697 t) Length 382 ft (116.4 m) Beam 77 ft (23.5 m) Draft 24 ft 8 in (7.5 m) Installed power 8 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 10,000 ihp (7,500 kW) Propulsion 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 × screw propellers Speed 17 knots (31 km/h; 20 mph) Crew 744 Armament 4 × 12-inch (305 mm) guns 8 × 8-inch (203 mm) guns 8 × 7-inch (178 mm) guns 12 × 3-inch (76 mm) guns 6 × 3-pounder guns 2 × 1-pounder guns 2 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 9 in (229 mm) Turrets: 12 in (305 mm) Conning tower: 9 in (229 mm) España class da Espanha - Dreadnought Laid down at the Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval shipyard in Ferrol on 6 December 1909, she was completed on 23 October 1913 but she had to wait for her sisters to be operational and form the 1st Squadron of the Spanish fleet. Spain remaining neutral, the battleship España sailed in mid-1915 crossed the Atlantic to represent Spain at the opening ceremonies for the Panama Canal, Portugal being the only other nation, with the USA to spare ships for ceremonies. Dimensions 140 x 24 x 78m (460 x 79 x 26 ft) Displacement 15,700 t standard, 16,450 t FL Crew 854 Propulsion 4 turbines, 12 Yarrow coal-fired boilers Speed 19.5 knots (36.1 km/h) Range 5,000 nmi (9,300 km) at 10 knots (19 km/h) Armament 8 × 305 mm (12 in)/50, 20 × 102 mm (4 in), 4 × 3-Pdr, 2 MGs ArmamentBelt 203 mm (8 in), Deck: 38 mm (1 in), Turrets: 203 mm, CT 254 mm (10 in) Tre Kronor class (1946) da Suécia - Light Cruiser Displacement: 8,000 t standard, 9,500 t FL Dimensions: 182 x 16.45 x 5.94 m (597x 54x 19 ft) Machinery: 2 shaft Geared turbines, 4x4 drum Boilers, 100,000 bhp, 33 knots, 5,000 nm at 15 knots Armament: 7x152mm/50, 20x40mm/50, 7x25mm AA, 6x533mm TTs, 2 DCR, 2 ASWM, mines. Armor: Belt: 70 mm, deck 30 mm, turrets 50–127 mm, CT 20–25 mm Crew: 618 Swedish Aircraft Carrier project from 1946 da Suécia - CV his project is only known through detailed sketches (but no blueprints). It was part of the ambitious naval plan of WW2 which saw a drastic increase in shipbuilding, notably with the Tre Kronor cruisers, new destroyers and submarines. Dimensions: 140m wl/148.2 m oa x 20 m wl/28.4 m oa x 5.5 m Displacement: 7,800 tonnes standard, 8,100 tonnes FL Machinery: 28,000 shp: 25 knots max. Aviation: 20 de Havilland Sea Vampire carried Armament: 4x2 12 cm, 16x 40mm Bofors, 17 25mm Armor: 3-in (75 mm) belt, 25 mm torpedo bulkheads, 25 + 50 mm deck Crew: 535 men Reşadiye class do Império Otomano - Dreadnought The Reşadiye class was a group of two dreadnought battleships ordered by the Ottoman Empire from Britain in the 1910s. Displacement 23,000 t (22,640 long tons) Length 559 ft 6 in (170.54 m) Beam 91 ft 7 in (27.91 m) Draft 28 ft 5 in (8.66 m) Installed power 15 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 26,500 shp (19,800 kW) Propulsion 4 × Parsons steam turbines 4 × shafts Speed 21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph) Complement 1,070 Armament 5 × twin 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 16 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 4 × single 3 in (76 mm) guns 4 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 12 in (305 mm) Turrets: 11 in (279 mm) Conning tower: 12 inches Dédalo da Espanha - CV launched in April 1943 and completed in July, deactivated in 1947 and mothballed, recommissioned in 27 October 1948 and decommissioned again in 21 January 1955. Decomm. reserve until 1967, loaned to the Spanish Army under MDAP. In 1973 she was purchased outright by the Armada. SMS Schleswig-Holstein - Kaiserliche - Reichesmarine - Kriegsmarine, Alemanha - Battleship Was the last of the five Deutschland-class battleships built by the German Kaiserliche Marine. The ship, named for the province of Schleswig-Holstein. Displacement Normal: 13,191 t (12,983 long tons) Full load: 14,218 t (13,993 long tons) Length 127.60 m (418 ft 8 in) Beam 22.20 m (72 ft 10 in) Draft 8.21 m (26 ft 11 in) Installed power 16,767 ihp (12,503 kW) 12 × water-tube boilers Propulsion 3 × triple-expansion steam engines 3 × screw propellers Speed 19.1 knots (35.4 km/h; 22.0 mph) Range 5,720 nmi (10,590 km; 6,580 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Complement 35 officers 708 enlisted men Armament At construction: 2 × 2 – 28 cm (11 in) SK L/40 guns 14 × 17 cm (6.7 in) SK L/40 guns 22 × 8.8 cm (3.5 in) SK L/45 guns 6 × 45 cm (17.7 in) torpedo tubes Armament in 1926: 2 × 2 – 28 cm SK L/40 guns 12 × 15 cm SK L/45 guns 8 × 8.8 cm SK L/45 guns 4 × 50 cm (19.7 in) torpedo tubes Armament in 1939: 2 × 2 – 28 cm SK L/40 guns 10 × 15 cm SK L/45 guns 4 × 8.8 cm SK L/45 anti-aircraft guns 4 × 3.7 cm (1.5 in) guns Armor Belt: 240 mm (9.4 in) Turrets: 280 mm (11 in) Deck: 40 mm (1.6 in) HMS Revenge , Inglaterra - Dreadnought Launched shortly after the Queen Elisabeth class and commissioned from 1916 to 1917, the five Revenge class battleships, sometimes referred to as the Royal Sovereign class, were designed to be more "economical" while retaining the essential of the previous dreadnoughts. Dimensions 190 m long, 30 m wide (27 origin), 8.7 m draft. Displacement 28,000 t. standard 34 510 t. Full Load Crew 997 Propulsion 4 propellers, 4 Parsons turbines, 24 Admiralty boilers, 26,500 hp. Speed Maximum speed 21 knots, RA 5000 nautical at 12 knots. Armament 8 pieces of 381mm cal 42 (4x2), 12 Mk XII 152 mm in barbets, 8 x 102 mm AA (4x2), 32 x 40 mm AA, 52 x 20 mm, 2 seaplanes. Armor 330 mm belt, 127 mm bridge, 278 mm central reduction, 330 mm turrets, 254 mm barbettes, 278 mm bunker. G3 Class Battlecruiser da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser 1921 The G3 project was a battle cruiser study launched right after the end of the First World War, in order to stay in the arms race led by the USN and IJN. Dimensions: 260,9 x 32,3 x 10,2 m Displacement: 48,400 tonnes - 53,909 tonnes FL Propulsion: 4 shafts turbines, 20 boilers, 160 000 hp Range: 7 000 nm (13 000 km) @ 16 nots (30 km/h) Top speed: 31,5 knots (58,3 km/h) Armament: 3 × 3 16-in, 8 × 2 6-in, 6 x 4,7 in, 4 × 8 2pdr AA, 2x 622 mm TTS, 2 seaplanes N3 Class Battleship da Inglaterra - Battleship 1922 In addition to four battlecruisers for 1921 the Admiralty hoped to lay down four battleships in 1922. The design which evolved was broadly similar to the G 3' battlecruiser design. Displacement: 48,500 tonnes standard, 52-55,000 FL Dimensions: 250 x 32.3 x 9.9-10.1 m Powerplant: 4 shafts single reduction geared steam turbines, 12? oil-fired boilers top speed 28 knots Armament: 3x3 18-in/45 (457 mm) MkII guns, 8x2 6-in Mk XXII, 6x 4.7 in/43 DP, 4x10 2-pdr PomPom Armour: As G3 HMS Rodney, Nelson class Battleship da Inglaterra - Battleship Rodney herself had undergone some work because of her weak rudder. Built in Cammel laird, Birkenhead, and Launched in December 1942, HMS Rodney, named after an admiral. A minha ideia para o Rodney é a seguinte: Um Nelson cm torpedos que são lançados pela proa do navio, 1 lançador de cada lado. Ele se comporta semelhante ao Nelson, porém, Rodney possui um leme e aceleração/desaceleração melhores, devido a uma melhoria hipotetica que Rodney teria recebido junto com Nelson, que de fato recebeu melhorias e reformas. E em troca de torpedos e manobrabilidade superior, Rodney tem AA mais fraca que do Nelson. Dimensions 201 m long, 32 m wide, 9.6 m draft (full load) Displacement 33,950 t. standard -41 250 t. Full Load Crew 1361 Propulsion 2 propellers, 2 Brown-Curtis turbines, 8 Yarrow boilers, 45,000 hp. Speed Top speed 23 knots, 5000 nautical Radius at 12 knots. Armament 9 x 406mm Mk I (3x3), 12 x 152 mm (6x2) Mk XXIII, 6 x 102 mm Mk VIII AA, 24 x 40 mm AA (3x8), 16 x 12.7 mm Vickers (4x4), 2 x 622 mm TTs sub. Armor Citadel 355 mm, 160 mm decks, 152 mm rangefinders, 406 mm turrets, 38 mm barbettes, 343 mm blockhouse. HMS Prince of Wales, KGV class Battleship da Inglaterra - Battleship A minha ideia é que ele seja cm o design inicial, de 12 canhões (4x3) de 356mm (14in), o que atualmente seria algo bem parecido com o Florida, as principais caracteristicas do Prince of Wales seriam: AP normal, com angulos de perfuração melhorados; HE normal, mas chance de incendio melhor que do King George e Duke of York; mais manobravel que o KGV, mas ele demora mais para acelerar e freiar; Possuir DFAA e Spotting Aircraft Displacement 43,786 tons (deep) Length 745 ft 1 in (227.1 m) (overall) 740 ft 1 in (225.6 m) (waterline) Beam103 ft 2 in (31.4 m) Draught 34 ft 4 in (10.5 m) Installed power 110,000 shp (82,000 kW) Propulsion 8 Admiralty 3-drum small-tube boilers 4 sets Parsons geared turbines Speed 28.3 knots (52.4 km/h; 32.6 mph) Range 15,600 nmi (28,900 km; 18,000 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Complement 1,521 (1941) Sensors and processing systems Type 279 radar added Type 284 radar added Radars added in May 1941 4 × Type 282 and Type 285 radars added. Radar added between June–July 1941 Type 271 radar added Armament 12 × BL 14-inch (360 mm) Mark VII 16 × QF 5.25-inch (133 mm) Mk. I 32 × QF 2 pdr 1.575-inch (40.0 mm) Mk.VIII 80 × UP projectors Armour Main Belt: 14.7 inches (370 mm) Lower belt: 5.4 inches (140 mm) Deck: 5–6 inches (127–152 mm) Main turrets: 12.75 inches (324 mm) Barbettes: 12.75 inches (324 mm) Bulkheads: 10–12 inches (254–305 mm) Conning tower: 3–4 inches (76–102 mm). Aircraft carried 4 Supermarine Walrus seaplanes, 1 double-ended catapult Yavuz do Império Otomano - Dreadnought The Yavuz Sultan Selim, aka "Yavuz" became in August 1914 the new flagship of the Turkish Ottoman Navy, until then a motley collection of inoffensive museum pieces with a few modern vessels. Specifications (1945 as modernized) -Displacement: 22,979 t, 25,400 t Fully Loaded -Dimensions: 186.6 x 30 x 9.2 m (612 x 98 x 30 ft) -Propulsion: 4 shafts Parsons turbines, 12 boilers 85,000 hp. 29 knots max. -Range: 4,120 nmi (7,630 km; 4,740 mi) at 14 kn (26 km/h; 16 mph) -Crew: 1010 +43 -Armour: Belt: 280–100, Barbettes 230, turrets 230, deck 76.2–25.4, CT 350 mm -Armament: 10 × 280 mm, 8 × 150 mm, 8 × 88 mm AA, 22 x 40 mm AA, 24 x 2mm AA Juneau-class cruiser dos EUA - Light Cruiser The Juneau-class cruisers were United States Navy light cruisers which were modified version of the Atlanta-class cruiser design. The ships had the same dual-purpose main armament as USS Oakland with a much heavier secondary antiaircraft battery, while the anti-submarine depth charge tracks and torpedo tubes were removed along with a redesigned superstructure to reduce weight and increase stability. Displacement 6,500 tons (standard); 8,450 tons (loaded) Length 541 ft 0 in (164.9 m) Beam 52 ft 10 in (16.1 m) Draft 20 ft 6 in (6.2 m) Propulsion 4 × 665 psi boilers 2 geared steam turbines 78,749 hp (58.723 MW) Speed 32.7 knots (61 km/h) Range 6,440 nautical miles (11,930 km) at 20 knots (37 km/h) Armament 6 × dual 5"/38 caliber guns 6 × quad Bofors 40 mm guns 4 × dual Bofors 40 mm guns 8 × dual Oerlikon 20 mm cannons Juneau: 6 × dual 5"/38 caliber guns 7 × dual 3"/50 caliber guns Armor Belt: 1.1–3+3⁄4 in (28–95 mm) Deck: 1+1⁄4 in (32 mm) Turrets: 1+1⁄4 in (32 mm) Conning Tower: 2+1⁄2 in (64 mm) Dido-class Light Cruiser da Inglaterra - Light Cruiser The Dido class consisted of sixteen light cruisers built for the Royal Navy during World War II. Displacement 5,521–5,770 long tons (5,610–5,863 t) (standard) 7,081–7,420 long tons (7,195–7,539 t) (full load) Length 512 ft (156.1 m) (o/a) Beam 50 ft 6 in (15.4 m) Draught Dido class: 16 ft 10 in (5.1 m) (deep load) Bellona class: 17 ft 9 in (5.4 m) (deep load) Installed power 4 Admiralty 3-drum boilers 62,000 shp (46,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 steam turbines Speed 32.25 knots (59.73 km/h; 37.11 mph) Range 4,850 nmi (8,980 km; 5,580 mi) at 11 knots (20 km/h; 13 mph) Complement Dido class: 487 Bellona class: 530 Sensors and processing systems Type 128 ASDIC Type 279 early-warning radar Armament Dido class as designed: 5 × twin 5.25 in (133 mm) guns 2 × quadruple 2-pdr (40 mm (1.6 in)) AA guns 4 × twin 0.5 in (12.7 mm) AA machine guns 2 × triple 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Fargo-class cruiser dos EUA The Fargo-class cruisers were a modified version of the Cleveland-class cruiser design; the main difference was a more compact pyramidal superstructure with single trunked funnel, intended to improve the arcs of fire of the anti-aircraft (AA) guns. The same type of modification differentiated the Baltimore and Oregon City classes of heavy cruisers. Displacement 11,744 long tons (11,932 t) (standard) 14,464 long tons (14,696 t) (full) Length 608 ft .25 in (185.3 m) Beam 66 ft 4 in (20.2 m) Draft 22 ft (6.7 m) Installed power 4 × Babcock & Wilcox, 634 psi boilers 100,000 shp (75,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × General Electric geared steam turbines 4 × screws Speed 32.5 knots (60.2 km/h; 37.4 mph) Armament 4 × triple 6"/47 caliber Mark 16 guns 6 × dual 5"/38 caliber guns 4 × quad Bofors 40 mm guns 6 × dual Bofors 40 mm guns 20 × Oerlikon 20 mm cannons Armor Belt: 1.5–5 in (38–127 mm) Deck: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) Bulkheads: 5 in (127 mm) Turrets: 3–5 in (76–127 mm) Barbettes: 6 in (152 mm) Conning tower: 2.25–5 in (57–127 mm) Aircraft carried4 × floatplanes Aviation facilities2 × stern catapults USS Norfolk dos EUA - Destroyer/Light Cruiser The second USS Norfolk (DL-1) was the first destroyer leader of the United States Navy. Originally projected as a hunter-killer cruiser. Displacement 5,600 tons Length 540 ft (160 m) Beam 54 ft (16 m) Draf t26 ft (7.9 m) Propulsion steam turbines Speed 32 knots Range 6,000 nmi (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph) Sensors and processing systems AN/SQS-23 SONAR General characteristics 1951 Armament 8 × 3 in / 50 caliber guns 16 × 20 mm AA guns 4 × Weapon Alpha ASW rocket launcher 8 × 21 in torpedo tubes General characteristics 1960 Armament 3"/50 caliber guns replaced with 3"/70 guns 20 mm guns removed ASROC launcher added Bubnov Designs Russian Battleships 1914 do Império Russo - Dreadnought This design came closest to being laid down. It was planned to lay down 8 units in mid-1915. Unfortunately the design was being considered from March to July 1914 and many of the documents were lost. The remaining documents say that the design was in no way finalized and the armour scheme was supposed to be tested in October 1914, but then the war started and the test was forgotten until 1922, when it was done under the Soviets. Other problem was the TDS system, which was judged to be too thin especially in the area of bow and stern turrets. When the war started the project was abandoned. Displacement: Standard - 34,300 tons Normal - 35,600 tons Full - 38,660 tons Full length - 210.0 m Full width - 32.6 m Draft: Normal - 9.15 m Full - 9.83 m Armament: Twelve 16"/45 Twenty four 130mm/55 Four 100mm/37 AA Eighteen 450mm torpedo tubes Armour: Belt - 280mm KC + 75mm KC Decks - 35mm Chrome-Nickel + 75mm KC Barbettes - 375mm/250mm Turrets - 400mm/400mm/400mm/250mm Conning Tower - 400mm/250mm funnels - 75mm KC/25mm High tension steel Anti-torpedo bulkhead - none Engines: 4 screws, 67,500 h.p. Speed - 25 knots 1914 Putilov for a Russian Battleship - Dreadnought These next designs are from the Putilov Shipyard. These were submitted to the navy in February 1914. Only real alternative to the Navy version of the BB. Putilov SY was a partner with German Blohm und Voss and many of these designs show a strong German influence. esse design o navio possui canhões de 356mm "1914 Ultimate Battleship" Study do Império Russo - Dreadnought This was the ultimate BB study done in June 1914 by the Russo-Baltic SY in Revel. It was never seriously considered for production and was more of a design study to see if it can be done. It was considered to be too big for the Baltic Sea operations. Displacement - 45,000 tons Full length - 265.0 m Full width - 34.4 m Draft - 9.15 m Armaments: Sixteen 16"/45 Twenty four 150mm/52 Torpedo tubes: Four 450mm Engines: 11 universal boilers, 16 oil boilers, 119,452 h.p. Speed - up to 30 knots Battleship Potemkin do Império Russo - Battleship The Russian battleship Potemkin was a pre-dreadnought battleship built for the Imperial Russian Navy's Black Sea Fleet. She became famous when the crew rebelled against the officers in June 1905 (during that year's revolution), which is now viewed as a first step towards the Russian Revolution of 1917. Displacement 12,480 long tons (12,680 t) (designed) 12,900 long tons (13,107 t) (actual) Length 378 ft 6 in (115.4 m) Beam 73 ft (22.3 m) Draught 27 ft (8.2 m) Installed power 10,600 ihp (7,900 kW) 22 Belleville boilers Propulsion 2 shafts, 2 Vertical triple-expansion steam engines Speed 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) Range 3,200 nautical miles (5,900 km; 3,700 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 2 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns 16 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 14 × single 75 mm (3 in) guns 6 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 5 × 15 in (381 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Krupp cemented armour Waterline belt: 9 in (229 mm) Deck: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) Barbettes: 4.2–10 in (107–254 mm) Gun turrets: 10 in (254 mm) Conning tower: 9 in (229 mm) Bulkheads: 7 in (178 mm) USS Long Island Escort Carrier dos EUA - Aircraft Carrier The Long Island-class escort carrier was a two-ship class, originally listed as "AVG" (Aircraft Escort Vessels). They were converted from type C3-class merchant ships. Length 404 ft 2.4 in (123.200 m) (length of flight deck) 465 ft (142 m) wl 492 ft (150 m) oa Beam 69.9 ft (21.3 m) Draft 25 ft 2 in (7.67 m) Installed power 8,500 hp (6,300 kW) Propulsion 1 × diesel engine 1 × screw Speed 16.5 kn (19.0 mph; 30.6 km/h) Range 10,000 nmi (12,000 mi; 19,000 km) at 14 kn (16 mph; 26 km/h) Aircraft carried Hangar Capacity: 16 Flight Deck Storage: 46 Aviation facilities 1 × elevator USS Bogue Escort Carrier dos EUA - Aircraft Carrier The Bogue class were a class of 45 escort carriers built in the United States for service with the US Navy and the Royal Navy, through the Lend-Lease program, during World War II. Displacement 8,390 long tons (8,520 t) (standard) 13,980 long tons (14,200 t) (full load) Length 465 ft (142 m) (wl) 495 ft 8 in (151.08 m) (oa) 440 ft (130 m) (fd) Beam 69 ft 6 in (21.18 m) wl 82 ft (25 m) (fd) 111 ft 6 in (33.99 m) (extreme width) Draft 23 ft 3 in (7.09 m) (mean) 26 ft (7.9 m) (max) Installed power 2 × Foster-Wheeler 285 psi (1,970 kPa) boilers 8,500 shp (6,300 kW) Propulsion 1 × Allis-Chalmers steam turbine 1 × Screw Speed 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph) Range 26,300 nmi (48,700 km; 30,300 mi) at 15 kn (28 km/h; 17 mph) Capacity 2,400 long tons (2,439 t) (fuel oil) 100,000 US gal (380,000 l; 83,000 imp gal) (Avgas) Complement 890 Armament As designed: 2 × 5 in (127 mm)/51 caliber 10 × 20 mm (0.79 in) Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons Varied, ultimate armament: 2 × 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal dual-purpose gun (DP) 8 × twin 40 mm (1.57 in) Bofors anti-aircraft guns 20 × 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons Aircraft carried 19-24 Aviation facilities 1 × hydraulic catapult 2 × elevators USS Sangamon Escort Carrier dos EUA - Aircraft Carrier The Sangamon class were a group of four escort aircraft carriers of the United States Navy that served during World War II. Displacement 11,400 long tons (11,583 t) standard 24,275 long tons (24,665 t) full Length 525 ft (160 m) wl 553 ft (169 m) oa Beam 75 ft (23 m) 114 ft (35 m) extreme width Draft 32 ft (9.8 m) Propulsion 2 steam turbines, 2 shafts, 4 boilers, 13,500 shp (10,067 kW) Speed 18 knots (21 mph; 33 km/h) Complement 860-1080 officers and men Armament 2 × 127 mm/51 cal. guns (2×1)[1] 8 × Bofors 40 mm guns (4×2) 12 × Oerlikon 20 mm cannons (12×1) Additional 20 & 40 mm guns later added Aircraft carried 25-32 Grumman F4F Wildcat & Grumman TBF Avenger or Douglas SBD Dauntless USS Casablanca Escort Carrier do EUA - Aircraft Carrier The Casablanca-class escort carrier were a series of escort carriers constructed for the United States Navy during World War II. They were the most numerous class of aircraft carriers ever built. Displacement 8,188 long tons (8,319 t) (standard) 10,902 long tons (11,077 t) (full load) Length 512 ft 3 in (156.13 m) (oa) 490 ft (150 m) (wl) Beam 65 ft 2 in (19.86 m) 108 ft (33 m) (extreme width) Draft 20 ft 9 in (6.32 m) (max) Installed power 4 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 9,000 shp (6,700 kW) Propulsion 2 × Skinner Unaflow reciprocating steam engines 2 × screws Speed 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph) Range 10,240 nmi (18,960 km; 11,780 mi) at 15 kn (28 km/h; 17 mph) ComplementTotal: 910–916 officers and men Embarked Squadron:50–56 Ship's Crew:860 Armament As designed: 1 × 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal dual-purpose gun 8 × 40 mm (1.57 in) Bofors anti-aircraft guns 12 × 20 mm (0.79 in) Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons Varied, ultimate armament: 1 × 5"/38 cal gun 8 × twin 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns 30 × Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons Aircraft carried 27 aircraft Aviation facilities 1 × catapult 2 × elevators USS Commencement Bay Escort Carrier dos EUA - Aircraft Carrier The Commencement Bay-class escort aircraft carriers were the last class of escort carriers built for the US Navy in World War II. Displacement 10,900 long tons (11,100 t) standard 24,100 long tons (24,500 t) full load Length 525 ft (160 m) wl 557 ft 1 in (169.80 m) oa Beam 75 ft (23 m) 105 ft 2 in (32.05 m) flight deck Draft 30 ft 8 in (9.35 m) Propulsion 2-shaft geared turbines, 16,000 shp Speed 19 knots (22 mph; 35 km/h) Complement 1,066 officers and men Armament 2 × 5"/38 caliber guns (1 × 2) 36 × 40 mm Bofors gun (3 × 4, 12 × 2) 20 × 20 mm Oerlikon cannons Aircraft carried 34 Surcouf Cruiser (1929) Submarine cruiser da França - Submarine Carrying the name of the most famous French corsair of the Napoleonic era, Robert Surcouf (1776-1827), the submersible of the same name is almost a legend. This great sub cruisers followed the projects envisaged in the 1920s, succeeding some experiments of the end of the great war Displacement: 2880 t. standard - 4304t. Full Load Dimensions: 110 m long, 9 m wide, 7.25 m draft. Propulsion: 2 propellers, 2 Sulzer diesels, 2 mot. electric, 7600/3400 hp. Surface speed / dive 18.5/10 knots. Armament: 8 TLT of 533 mm, 4 of 400 mm, 2x203 mm, 4x13.2 mm AA (2x2), a Besson Mb411 seaplane. Crew: 150 I-400 Submarine do Império do Japão - Submarine The STo type submarines were command ships, with all the space needed for a card room as large as in a battleship, among other amenities, and three seaplanes housed in a shed Displacement 960 t. standard -1 115/1 447 t. Diving Dimensions 80.5 m long, 7.05 m wide, 4.07 m draft Machinery 2 shaft diesel turbines and electric motors, 4200/1200 hp. Top speed 19.7 knots surface / 8 knots dive Armament 1 x 76 mm AA gun and 2 x 25 mm AA pistons, 4 TLT 533 mm Floriano coastal battleship do Brasil - Battleship Floriano was a Deodoro-class coastal defense ship built for the Brazilian Navy at the end of the nineteenth century. Displacement 3,162 tons standard Length 267 feet 6 inches (82 m) Beam 47 feet 3 inches (14 m) Draught 13 feet 2 inches (4 m) Propulsion 8 Lagrafel d'Allest boilers Vertical triple expansion engines 3,400 ihp (2,500 kW) Coal-fired, capacity 236 tonnes (232 long tons; 260 short tons) Speed 15.5 knots (29 km/h; 18 mph) maximum Complement 200 Armament 2 × Armstrong 9.2 inches (230 mm)/45 caliber guns in 2 single turrets 4 x 4.7 inches (120 mm)/50 caliber guns 2 x 6 inches (150 mm) howitzers 4 x 6-pounder (57 millimetres (2.2 in)) Hotchkiss guns 2 x 1-pounder (37 millimetres (1.5 in)) autocannon 2 x 18 inches (460 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) depth, 13.75 inches (349 mm) tapering to 4 inches (100 mm) thick Deck: 1.3 inches (33 mm Casemate: 2.9 in (74 mm) Turret face: 8.6 in (220 mm) Anáhuac Coastal Battleship do México - Battleship or strengthening of its small Navy consisting of gunboats and armed vessels, Mexico in 1924 purchased in Brazil coast defence ship Deodoro, commissioned as Anáhuac, however battle value of this hopelessly out-of-date ship was insignificant and in 1938 she was discarded. Displacement normal 3162t Length, m 81.5 Breadth, m 14.4 Draught, m 4.19 No of shafts 2 Machinery 2 VTE, 8 Babcock & Wilcox boilers Power, h. p. 3400 Max speed, kts 15 Armour, Harvey steel; belt: 350 - 150, ends: 100, deck: 45, turrets: 220, casemates: 75, CT: 125 Armament 2 x 1 - 234/45 Armstrong D, 4 x 1 - 120/50 Armstrong AA, 6 x 1 - 57/40 6pdr Hotchkiss, 2 - 450 TT (beam) República Protected Cruiser do Brasil - Light cruiser A steel-hulled protected cruiser with a raised forecastle and poop and a tall, raked funnel. Displacement normal, 1300t Length, m 64.0 pp Breadth, m 10.7 Draught, m 3.89 mean No of shafts 2 Machinery 2 HTE, cylindrical boilers Power, h. p.3800 Max speed, kts 17.4 Armour, mm steel; deck: 25 with 51mm slopes Armament 6 x 1 - 120/40 Armstrong T, 4 x 1 - 57/40 6pdr Hotchkiss, 1 - 356 TT (bow), 2 x 1 - 356 TT Navarra da Espanha - Light Cruiser Navarra was a cruiser serving the Spanish Navy from 1923 to 1956. Construction on Reina Victoria Eugenia—the ship's original name—began in 1915 by Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval in Ferrol. The design showed considerable British design influence resembling contemporary British Town-class cruisers. Displacement 5,502 long tons (5,590 t) standard 6,348 long tons (6,450 t) full load Length 462 ft (141 m) Beam 50 ft (15 m) Draught 15 ft 9 in (4.80 m) Propulsion 2 shafts, Parsons Type geared turbines, 12 Yarrow Type boilers, 25,500 hp Speed 25.5 knots (47.2 km/h) Range 4,500 nmi (8,300 km) at 15 kn (28 km/h) Armament As built 9 × 152 mm (6.0 in) Vickers-Carraca guns in single mountings 4 × 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 4 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes (2x2) above water After refit 6 × 152 mm (6.0 in) Vickers-Carraca guns in single mountings 4 × 88 mm (3.5 in) Flak 18 guns 2 × 40 mm (1.6 in) 2-pdr pom-pom guns 4 × machine guns Armour 3 - 2 inch belt, 3 inch deck, 6 inch conning tower Canarias da Espanha - Heavy Cruiser Canarias was a heavy cruiser of the Spanish Navy. She was built in Spain by the Vickers-Armstrongs subsidiary Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval upon a British design, and was a modified version of the Royal Navy′s County class. Displacement 10,670 long tons (10,840 t) standard 13,500 long tons (13,700 t) full load Length 636 ft (194 m) Beam6 4 ft (20 m) Draught 21 ft 5 in (6.53 m) Installed power Yarrow type boilers, 90,000 hp (67,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts, Parsons type geared turbines Speed 33 knots (61 km/h) Range 8,000 nmi (15,000 km) at 15 kn (28 km/h) Armament 8 × BL 8-inch (203 mm) L/50 Mk.VIII guns in four twin turrets 8 × 4.7-inch (119 mm) guns 12 × 40 mm AA guns 3 × 20 mm AA guns 12 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes in triple mounts above water Armour Belt 2 in (51 mm) Deck 1.5–1 in (38–25 mm) Magazine 4 in (102 mm) box around Turret 1 in (25 mm) Conning tower 1 in (25 mm) Reina Regente da Espanha - Protected Cruiser/Light Cruiser Reina Regente was a protected cruiser built for the Spanish Navy in the 1900s, the only member of her class. Displacement 5,287 t (5,203 long tons) Length 102.71 m (337.0 ft) Beam 16.12 m (52.9 ft) Draft 6.06 m (19.9 ft) Propulsion 2 triple expansion engines Speed 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Armament 10 × 5.5-inch (140 mm) guns 12 × 6-pounder guns 2 × 1-pounder guns 8 × machine guns 3 × torpedo tubes Armor Deck: 3.5 in (89 mm) Conning tower: 3.5 in Gun shields: 3 in (76 mm) Blas de Lezo da Espanha - Light Cruiser The Blas de Lezo-class cruisers were a group of two cruisers built for the Spanish Navy in the 1920s. The ships were ordered in 1915 but construction proceeded slowly due to materials shortages during World War I. The ships were built by Sociedad Española de Construcción Naval in Ferrol and showed considerable British design influence, resembling contemporary British C-class cruisers. Displacement 4,780 long tons (4,860 t) standard 6,230 long tons (6,330 t) full load Length 462 ft (141 m) Beam 46 ft (14 m) Draught 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m) Propulsion 4 shafts, Parsons Type geared turbines, 12 Yarrow Type boilers, 45,000 hp Speed 29 knots (54 km/h) Range 5,000 nmi (9,300 km) at 13 kn (24 km/h) Armament 6 × 6-inch (152 mm) guns in single mountings 4 ×47mm guns 12 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedoes in triple tubes above water Armour 3 - 2 inch belt, 1 inch deck, 6 inch conning tower Almirante Cervera da Espanha - Light Cruiser Almirante Cervera was a light cruiser and lead ship of the Almirante Cervera class of the Spanish Navy. She was named after the Spanish admiral Pascual Cervera y Topete, commander of the Spanish naval forces in Cuba during the Spanish–American War. Displacement 7,475 long tons (7,595 t) standard 9,237 long tons (9,385 t) full load Length 579 ft (176 m) Beam 54 ft (16 m) Draught 16 ft 6 in (5.03 m) Installed power 8 Yarrow-type boilers, 80,000 hp (60,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts, Parsons-type geared turbines Speed 33 knots (61 km/h; 38 mph) Armament As built 8 × 6-inch (152 mm) Vickers-Carraca guns in 3 twin turrets and 2 single mountings 4 × 4-inch (102 mm) AA guns 2 × 47 mm (1.9 in) Hotchkiss 3-pdr light AA guns 12 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedoes in triple tubes above water 1940s refit 8 × 6-inch (152 mm) Vickers-Carraca guns in 3 twin turrets and 2 single mountings 4 × 105 mm (4.1 in) AA guns 4 × 37 mm (1.5 in) SK C/30 AA guns 4 × 20 mm Flakvierling 38 AA guns 12 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedoes in triple tubes above water Armour Belt 3–2 in (76–51 mm) Deck 1–2 in (25–51 mm) Conning tower 6 in (152 mm) Reina Victoria Eugenia-class battleship da Espanha - Dreadnought The Reina Victoria Eugenia class was a class of three battleships of the Spanish Navy authorized as the Plan de la Segunda Escuadra under the Navy Law of 1913. Displacement 21,000 long tons (21,337 t) Propulsion 4 × steam turbines 4 × screw propellers Speed 21 knots (39 km/h) Armament 8 × 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 20 × 6 in (152 mm) guns Almirante Latorre do Chile - Dreadnought Almirante Latorre, named after Juan José Latorre, was a super-dreadnought battleship built for the Chilean Navy (Armada de Chile). Displacement 28,600 long tons (29,059 t) load 32,120 long tons (32,635 t) deep load Length 625 ft (191 m) Beam 92.5 ft (28.2 m) Draught 33 ft (10 m) Propulsion 21 Yarrow boilers Low pressure Parsons and High pressure Brown-Curtis steam turbines 37,000 shp (27,591 kW) Speed 22.75 knots (42.13 km/h; 26.18 mph) Armament 10 × 14 in (356 mm)/45 caliber BL guns 16 × 6 in (152 mm) guns 2 × 3 in (76 mm) anti-aircraft guns 4 × 47 mm (1.9 in) guns 4 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes (submerged) Armor Belt: 9 in (230 mm) Deck: 1.5 in (38 mm) Barbette: 10 in (254 mm) Turret: 10 in (254 mm) Conning tower: 11 in (280 mm) Almirante Tamandaré do Brasil - Light Cruiser She was commissioned in the Brazilian Navy as the Almirante Tamandaré (C-12)and served as the Fleet Flagship until 1976. She was deployed as part of the force in the Lobster War between Brazil and France. Displacement 10,000 long tons (10,000 t) (standard) 13,327 long tons (13,541 t) (max) Length 608 ft 8 in (185.52 m) Beam 61 ft 5 in (18.72 m) Draft 19 ft 10 in (6.05 m) (mean) 24 ft (7.3 m) (max) Installed power 8 × Steam boilers 100,000 shp (75,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × geared turbines 4 × screws Speed 32.5 kn (37.4 mph; 60.2 km/h) Armament 15 × 6 in (150 mm)/47 caliber Mark 16 guns (5x3) 4 × twin 5 in (130 mm)/38 caliber anti-aircraft guns 8 × caliber 0.50 in (13 mm) machine guns Armor Belt: 3+1⁄4–5 in (83–127 mm) Deck: 2 in (51 mm) Barbettes: 6 in (150 mm) Turrets: 1+1⁄4–6 in (32–152 mm) Conning tower: 2+1⁄4–5 in (57–127 mm) Aircraft carried 4 × SOC Seagull floatplanes Aviation facilities 2 × stern catapults General characteristics (1945) Armament 15 × 6 in (150 mm)/47 caliber Mark 16 guns (5x3) 4 × twin 5 in (130 mm)/38 caliber anti-aircraft guns 4 × quad 40 mm (1.6 in) Bofors anti-aircraft guns 6 × twin 40 mm (1.6 in) Bofors anti-aircraft guns 18 × single 20 mm (0.79 in) Oerlikon anti-aircraft cannons Rio de Janeiro do Brasil - Dreadnought Originally part of Brazil's role in a South American naval arms race, she holds the distinction of mounting more heavy guns (fourteen) and more turrets (seven) than any other dreadnought battleship, in keeping with the Brazilians' requirement for an especially impressive design. Brazil ordered the ship in 1911 as Rio de Janeiro from the British company Armstrong Whitworth. A minha ideia para o Rio de Janeiro segue a ideia de ser revendido para o Brasil após a Primeira Guerra e serviu na Marinha Brasileira até 1954, onde teria sido desmanchado junto com o Minas Geraes e São Paulo, e com isso em mente, o Rio de Janeiro teria passado por modernizações semelhantes as do Minas Geraes e São Paulo, recebendo reforço de AA na mesma época. Displacement 27,850 long tons (28,300 t) (load) 30,860 long tons (31,360 t) (deep load) Length 671 ft 6 in (204.7 m) Beam 89 ft (27.1 m) Draught 29 ft 10 in (9.1 m) Installed power 22 × water-tube boilers 34,000 shp (25,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × shafts; 4 × steam turbines Speed 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph) Range 7,000 nmi (13,000 km; 8,100 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 7 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns 20 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 10 × single 3 in (76 mm) guns 3 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 9 in (229 mm) Deck: 1–2.5 in (25–64 mm) Barbettes: 2–9 in (51–229 mm) Turret: 8–12 in (203–305 mm) Conning tower: 12 in (305 mm) Bulkheads: 2.5–6 in (64–152 mm) Modernizações que teria recebido (combinação das modernizações do São Paulo e Minas Geraes) 1918 - 1921, Rio de Janeiro: new fire control system was installed, 305mm bulkheads were installed in the turrets between guns;+ 2 x 1 - 76/52 Mk 10, 8 x 1 - 37/27 Maxim 1933, Rio de Janeiro maximal elevation angle of all turrets were increased from 13 to 20°; + 4 x 2 20/60 Madsen 1938, Rio de Janeiro boilers were replaced by 6 Thornycroft oil-firing ones, two funnels were replaced by one, machinery power was increased (30000hp, 22kts, 2200t of oil, 5350(10)nm). Maximal elevation angle of all turrets was increased to 18°. + 2 x 1 - 120/50 EOC CC, 4 x 1 - 102/45 EOC N, 4 x 1 - 40/39 2pdr QF Mk VIII 1940, Rio de Janeiro: + 6 x 2 - 20/60 Madsen Arkhangelsk da União Soviética - Battleship HMS Royal Sovereign (pennant number 05) was a Revenge-class (also known as Royal Sovereign and R-class) battleship of the Royal Navy displacing 29,970 long tons (30,450 t) and armed with eight 15-inch (381 mm) guns in four twin-gun turrets. She was laid down in January 1914 and launched in April 1915In January 1944, she returned to Britain, and in May the Royal Navy transferred Royal Sovereign to the Soviet Navy, which renamed her Arkhangelsk. She then escorted Arctic convoys into Kola until the end of the war. Displacement 29,970 long tons (30,450 t) (normal) 31,130 long tons (31,630 t) (deep load) Length 620 ft 7 in (189.2 m) Beam 88 ft 6 in (27.0 m) Draught 33 ft 7 in (10.2 m) (deep load) Installed power 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 18 Babcock & Wilcox boilers Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 steam turbines Speed 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph) Range 7,000 nmi (13,000 km; 8,100 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin 15-inch (381 mm) guns 14 × single 6-inch (152 mm) guns 2 × single 3-inch (76 mm) AA guns 4 × single 47 mm (1.9 in) 3-pdr guns 4 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Waterline belt: 13 in (330 mm) Deck: 1–4 in (25–102 mm) Barbettes: 6–10 in (152–254 mm) Gun turrets: 11–13 in (279–330 mm) Conning tower: 3–11 in (76–279 mm) Bulkheads: 6 in (152 mm) Novorossiysk da União Soviética - Battleship Giulio Cesare was one of three Conte di Cavour-class dreadnought battleships built for the Royal Italian Navy (Regia Marina) in the 1910s. The ship was transferred to the Soviet Union in 1949 and renamed Novorossiysk (Новороссийск). Displacement 29,100 long tons (29,600 t) (deep load) Length 186.4 m (611 ft 7 in) Beam 28.6 m (93 ft 10 in) Draft 10.42 m (34 ft 2 in) Installed power 8 × Yarrow boilers 75,000 shp (56,000 kW) Propulsion 2 × shafts; 2 × geared steam turbines Speed 27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph) Range 6,400 nmi (11,900 km; 7,400 mi) at 13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph) Armament 2 × triple, 2 × twin 320 mm (12.6 in) guns 6 × twin 120 mm guns 4 × twin 100 mm (3.9 in) AA guns 6 × twin 37 mm (1.5 in) AA guns 6 × twin 13.2 mm (0.52 in) AA MGs Armor Deck: 135–166 mm (5.3–6.5 in) Barbettes: 130–280 mm (5.1–11.0 in) Ning Hai da China - Light Cruiser The cruisers Ning Hai and Ping Hai were in 1937 the most powerful modern units of the Chinese fleet. Displacement & Dimensions: 2500t, 109.73 x 11.90 x 3.96 m Propulsion 2 propellers: 2 turbines, coal boilers, 9500 hp. and 22.25 knots max. Armor: 25 mm Crew: 320 Armament 6 x 140mm (3x2), 6 x 76mm or 3 x 88 mm AA, 2 double benches 533 mm TTs. HRMS Karel Doorman dos Países Baixos - Aircraft Carrier She met the 1950 naval plan and was purchased on the first of April 1948. She was renamed like the former escort carrier she replaced, Karel Doorman, the WW2 admiral which commanded the allied naval forces in 1942 and perished at the battle of Java. Dimensions: 211.3 x 24.4 (37 deck after rebuilding) x 7.6 m Displacement: 15.892 tonnes standard, 18,986 tonnes FL Powerplant: 2 shafts Parsons geared steam turbines, 4 boilers, 40,000 shp, 23.5 knots 12,000 nm range Armament: 12 x 40mm AA Electronics: Radars LW-01, LW-02, DA-01, Guiding VI-01, ZW-01 Air group: 21 aicraft BAP Almirante Grau do Perú - Light Cruiser BAP Almirante Grau (CLM-81) is a De Zeven Provinciën-class cruiser that served in the Royal Netherlands and Peruvian navies. Displacement 12,040 tonnes Length 187.32 m (614.6 ft) Beam 17.25 m (56.6 ft) Draught 6.72 m (22.0 ft) Propulsion 4 Werkspoor-Yarrow three-drum boilers 2 De Schelde Parsons geared steam turbines 2 shafts 85,000 shp Speed 32 kn (59 km/h; 37 mph) Range 7,000 nmi (13,000 km; 8,100 mi) at 12 kn (22 km/h; 14 mph) Armament 8 × 152 mm main guns 8 × 57 mm AA guns (4x2) 8 × 40 mm AA guns Armour 50–76 mm (2.0–3.0 in) belt 50–125 mm (2.0–4.9 in) turrets 50–125 mm (2.0–4.9 in) conning tower Taskin da Thailandia - Light Cruiser They were ordered in 1938 from Italy, started in 1939 in Trieste, but following the outbreak of the conflict, their construction stopped in 1941 Displacement: 5,500 standard tons Dimensions: 153.8 m long x 14.47 wide x 5.25 draft Machinery: 2 turbines, propellers, 3 boilers, 4500 hp, 30 knots Protection: from 30 to 60 mm Armament: 6 x 152 mm in (3x2), 6 x 76 mm AA, 8 x 12.7 mm AA Breda AA, 2x3 533mm TTs. D'Artagnan da França - Battleship Named after Pierre de Montesquiou, comte d'Artagnan, marshal of france, this ship is the design N°2 of the Alsace class battleships, The Alsace class was a group of two fast battleships planned by the French Navy in the late 1930s in response to German plans to build two H-class battleships after the Second London Naval Treaty collapsed. Displacement Standard: 42,500 long tons (43,200 t) Normal: 47,000 long tons (47,800 t) Length 256 m (840 ft) Beam 35.5 m (116 ft 6 in) Installed power 190,000 shp (140,000 kW) Speed 31 knots Armament 3 × triple 406 mm (16 in) guns 3 × triple 152 mm guns 8 × twin 100 mm AA guns ?? × 37 mm AA guns ?? x 25 mm AA guns Armor Belt: 330 mm Upper deck: 170–180 mm Deck: 40 mm HMS Invincible da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser The Invincible-class ships were the first battlecruisers in the world. The design resembled that of HMS Dreadnought, but sacrificed armour protection and one gun turret from the main battery for a 4-knot (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) speed advantage. Displacement 17,250 long tons (17,530 t) 20,420 long tons (20,750 t) at (deep load) Length 567 ft (173 m) overall Beam 78 ft 6 in (23.93 m) Draught 30 ft (9.1 m) deep load Installed power 31 × Yarrow boilers 41,000 shp (31,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × shafts; 2 × Direct-drive steam turbine sets Speed 25.5 knots (47.2 km/h; 29.3 mph) Range 3,090 nmi (5,720 km; 3,560 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns 16 × single 4 in (102 mm) guns 5 × 18 in (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 4–6 in (102–152 mm) Decks: 1.5–2.5 in (38–64 mm) Barbettes: 7 in (178 mm) Turrets: 7 in (178 mm) Conning tower: 6–10 in (152–254 mm) Torpedo bulkheads: 2.5 in (64 mm) HMS Indefatigable da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Indefatigable was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the first decade of the 20th Century. When the First World War began. Displacement 18,500 long tons (18,800 t) 22,130 long tons (22,485 t) at deep load Length 590 ft (179.8 m) Beam 80 ft (24.4 m) Draught 29 ft 9 in (9.07 m) (deep load) Installed power 31 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 43,000 shp (32,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × shafts; 2 × steam turbine sets Speed 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Range 6,690 nmi (12,390 km; 7,700 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin BL 12 in (305 mm) Mk X guns 16 × single BL 4 in (0 m) Mk VII guns 2 × submerged 17.72 in (450 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 4–6 in (102–152 mm) Decks: 1.5–2.5 in (38–64 mm) Gun turrets: 7 in (178 mm) HMS Princess Royal da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Princess Royal was the second of two Lion-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy before the First World War. Designed in response to the Moltke-class battlecruisers of the Imperial German Navy. Displacement 26,270 long tons (26,690 t) 30,820 long tons (31,310 t) (deep load) Length 700 ft (213.4 m) Beam 88 ft 7 in (27 m) Draught 32 ft 5 in (9.9 m) at deep load Installed power 42 × Yarrow boilers 70,000 shp (52,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × direct-drive steam turbine sets 4 × shafts Speed 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph) Range 5,610 nmi (10,390 km; 6,460 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 4 × twin 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 16 × single 4 in (102 mm) guns 2 × 1 – 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 4–9 in (102–229 mm) Bulkheads: 4 in (102 mm) Barbettes: 8–9 in (203–229 mm) Turrets: 9 in (229 mm) Decks: 2.5 in (64 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (254 mm) HMS Queen Mary da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Queen Mary was the last battlecruiser built by the Royal Navy before the First World War. The sole member of her class, Queen Mary shared many features with the Lion-class battlecruisers, including her eight 13.5-inch (343 mm) guns. Displacement 26,770 long tons (27,200 t) normal load 31,650 long tons (32,160 t) deep load Length 700 ft 1 in (213.4 m) Beam 89 ft 1 in (27.2 m) Draught 32 ft 4 in (9.9 m) at deep load Installed power 42 Yarrow boilers 75,000 shp (55,927 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts, 2 direct-drive steam turbines Speed 28 knots (51.9 km/h; 32.2 mph) Range 5,610 nmi (10,390 km; 6,460 mi) at 10 knots (18.5 km/h; 11.5 mph) Armament 4 × twin 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 16 × single 4 in (102 mm) 2 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 9–4 inches (229–102 mm) Bulkheads: 4 inches (102 mm) Barbettes: 9–8 inches (229–203 mm) Turrets: 9 inches (229 mm) Decks: 2.5 inches (64 mm) Conning tower: 10 inches (254 mm) HMS Tiger da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Tiger was the most heavily armoured battlecruiser of the Royal Navy at the start of the First World War, although she was still being finished when the war began. Displacement 28,500 long tons (29,000 t) (normal) 33,260 long tons (33,790 t) (deep load) Length 704 ft (214.6 m) (o.a.) Beam 90 ft 6 in (27.6 m) Draught 32 ft 5 in (9.9 m) Installed power 85,000 shp (63,000 kW) 39 × water-tube boilers Propulsion 4 × shafts, 2 × steam turbine sets Speed 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph) Armament 4 × twin 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 12 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 2 × single 3 in (76 mm) AA guns 4 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 3–9 in (76–229 mm) Deck: 1 to 3 in (25 to 76 mm) Bulkheads: 4 in (102 mm) Barbettes: 8 to 9 in (203 to 229 mm) Casemates: 6 in (152 mm) Turrets: 9 in (229 mm) Conning Tower: 10 in (254 mm) HMS Renown da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Renown was the lead ship of her class of battlecruisers of the Royal Navy built during the First World War. She was originally laid down as an improved version of the Revenge-class battleships. Displacement 27,200 long tons (27,600 t) (normal) 32,220 long tons (32,740 t) (deep load) Length 750 ft 2 in (228.7 m) (p.p.) 794 ft 1.5 in (242.0 m) (o.a.) Beam 90 ft 1.75 in (27.5 m) Draught 27 ft (8.2 m) Installed power 42 × water-tube boilers 112,000 shp (84,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × shafts, 2 × geared steam turbine sets Speed 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph) Range 4,000 nmi (7,400 km; 4,600 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 3 × twin 15 in (381 mm) guns 5 × triple, 2 × single 4 in (102 mm) guns 2 × single 3 in (76 mm) AA guns 2 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 3–6 in (76–152 mm) Decks: 1–2.5 in (25–64 mm) Barbettes: 4–7 in (102–178 mm) Gun turrets: 7–9 in (178–229 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (254 mm) Bulkheads: 3–4 in (76–102 mm) General characteristics (1939) Displacement 36,080 long tons (36,660 t) (deep load) Length 794 ft (242.0 m) Beam 90 ft (27.4 m) Draught 31 ft 9 in (9.7 m) Installed power 8 × boilers 120,000 shaft horsepower (89,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × shafts; 4 × geared steam turbines Speed 31 knots (57 km/h; 36 mph) Range 6,580 mi (10,590 km) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 3 × twin 15 in (381 mm) guns 10 × twin 4.5 in (114 mm) DP guns 3 × octuple 2-pdr (40 mm) AA guns Armour Belt: 3–9 in (76–229 mm) Decks: 1–5 in (25–127 mm) Barbettes: 4–7 in (102–178 mm) Gun turrets: 7–9 in (178–229 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (254 mm) Bulkheads: 3–4 in (76–102 mm) Aircraft carried 4 × floatplanes Aviation facilities 1 × aircraft catapult HMS Corageous da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War. Designed to support the Baltic Project championed by First Sea Lord John Fisher Displacement 19,180 long tons (19,490 t) (normal) 22,560 long tons (22,920 t) (deep load) Length 786 ft 9 in (239.8 m) Beam 81 ft (24.7 m) Draught 25 ft 10 in (7.9 m) Installed power 18 Yarrow boilers 90,000 shp (67,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 geared steam turbines Speed 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph) Range 6,000 nmi (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Armament 2 × twin 15 in (381 mm) guns 6 × triple 4 in (102 mm guns) 2 × single 3 in (76 mm) AA guns 2 × single 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) Decks: .75–3 in (19–76 mm) Barbettes: 3–7 in (76–178 mm) Gun turrets: 7–9 in (178–229 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (254 mm) Torpedo bulkheads: 1–1.5 in (25–38 mm) Ou, pode-se dar a configuração do HMS Furious quando entrou Displacement 19,513 long tons (19,826 t) (normal) 22,890 long tons (23,257 t) (deep load) Length 786 ft 9 in (239.8 m) (o/a) Beam 88 ft (26.8 m) Draught 24 ft 11 in (7.6 m) Installed power 18 Yarrow boilers 90,000 shp (67,113 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 geared steam turbines Speed 31.5 knots (58.3 km/h; 36.2 mph) Armament 2 × single 18 in (457 mm) guns 11 × single 5.5 in (140 mm) guns 2 × single 3 in (76 mm) AA guns 2 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) Decks: .75–3 in (19–76 mm) Barbettes: 3–7 in (76–178 mm) Turrets: 7–9 in (178–229 mm) Conning tower: 10 in (254 mm) Torpedo bulkheads: 1–1.5 in (25–38 mm) HMS Anson da Inglaterra - Battlecruiser The Admiral-class battlecruisers were to have been a class of four British Royal Navy battlecruisers designed near the end of World War I. Their design began as an improved version of the Queen Elizabeth-class battleships A ideia que eu tive para esse navio segue na linha de pensamento "E se o Hood tivesse sobrevivido ao Bismarck" e receberia as respectivas melhorias que o Hood teria caso tivesse sobrevivido. Hood would probably have had her engineers and boilers replaced, the old conning tower removed and replaced with the KGV structure, and one funnel removed. The torpedo tubes would have been removed along with the associated armor and equipment reducing total tonnage but also topside weight. Additional deck armor and possible modifications to the side armor would probably be done. The space opened up would have been used for AA, probably 40 mm Bofors. Actually, they could have gone US Navy with a huge AA battery. The biggest question would be if the secondary armament would be stripped out and replaced with the dual purpose the 4.5″ secondary guns installed along with addition anti aircraft weapons. It probably would have depended on the availability of the guns. There is a possibility some of the plans to upgrade her torpedo protection might have been done, but not likely. I doubt they would have put in the planned aircraft hanger and catapult to save cost, materials and time. The space was more useful for AA batteries anyway. Even without the new secondary weapons, Hood would have been very useful as a carrier escort and her return would have resulted in the earlier retirement of the remaining R class battleships. There is an interesting “what if” on refitting Hood. In early 1941, the Royal Navy approached Babcock and Wilcox about replacement boilers for both the Rodney and Hood. Apparently, Parsons told the Royal Navy they could replace the turbines in both ships with more powerful units using 600 psi steam (then standard in US Navy), but none of the British naval boilers could provide that spec steam. The manufacturers in Britain had full order books anyway and few resources for higher pressure units. Babcock’s marine boilers at 600 psi were very good and they even built an 800 psi version for the Iowas. In Rodney’s case, the move would have increased her speed to about 27–28 knots making her far more useful, but there were other issues due to her light construction and it was not pursued. I think the extensive self inflicted damage from the Bismarck engagement found during the Boston refit would have killed it. An individual I know at B & W has told me that there was a contract to provide a set of eight 600 psi rated boilers that probably would have gone into Hood. It was canceled after the Hood sank. As I understand it, they were to provide 8 high pressure small tube triple drum marine boilers with enough steam to support 158,000 shaft horsepower. They were essentuall derated Iowa class type boilers. Based on Hood’s history, 4 of the boilers could have maintained about 25 knots. It implies the boilers would have been installed in about half the space (2 boiler rooms) and the loss of one boiler room would have still allowed the ship to operate at battle speeds. I expect there would also have been an effort to convert to 4 blade propellers which would have been more efficient. At the least, this would have restored Hood to 32+ knots. The 600 psi B&W boilers with new turbines would have also improved fuel efficiency and range. The higher pressure turbine designs also dispensed with the four cruising turbines which would have reduced weight by several hundred tonnes and cleared space in the engine rooms. Based on what was done with Renown and Warspite, I would guess this type of modernization would have eliminated one funnel and freed up space to put secondary magazines amidships under the new 4.5″ batteries if modernized. The removal of the torpedo tubes with associated equipment and relocation of the secondary magazines away from the rear 15″ turrets would have allowed an upgrade in armor around the area that killed Hood. Upgrades around the front turrets as well would have happened with the removal of the massive conning tower. The most extensive work would have been the replacement of the secondary battery and I do not know if that would have been done during the war. Replacing the superstructure would not have been hard or materially intense, but shortages of armor would have affected the secondary battery and magazines. Displacement 45,470 long tons (46,200 t) (deep load) Length 860 ft (262.1 m) Beam 104 ft (31.7 m) Draught 31 ft 6 in (9.6 m) Installed power 24 Yarrow boilers 144,000 shp (107,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 geared steam turbines Speed 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph) Range 7,500 nmi (13,900 km; 8,600 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph) Armament 4 × twin 15 in (380 mm) guns 16 × single 5.5 in (140 mm) guns 4 × single 4 in (102 mm) AA guns 10 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 5–12 in (127–305 mm) Decks: 1–5 in (25–127 mm) Barbettes: 12 in (305 mm) Turrets: 11–15 in (279–381 mm) Conning tower: 9–11 in (229–279 mm) Torpedo bulkheads: 0.75–1.5 in (19–38 mm) Osasco ou Itaquaquecetuba do Brasil - Battleship Originally USS Kentucky, an Iowa class battleship, she was sent to Brazil through the Lend-Lease programm and completed work in March 1943 and commisioned as Osasco in June 1943 and saw action in the lobster war. Note, this is an What if scenario. Displacement 45,000 long tons (46,000 t) light (planned) 55,250 long tons (56,140 t) full load (planned) Length 887 ft 3 in (270.43 m) (planned) Beam 108 ft 2 in (32.97 m) (planned) Draft 35 ft 10 in (10.92 m) (full load, planned) Installed power 212,000 shp (158,000 kW) (planned) Speed 33 kn (38 mph; 61 km/h) (planned) Armament (planned) 9 × 16 in (406 mm)/50 cal Mark 7 guns 20 × 5 in (127 mm)/38 cal Mark 12 guns 80 × 40 mm/56 cal anti-aircraft guns 49 × 20 mm/70 cal anti-aircraft guns Armor Belt: 12.1 in (307 mm) Bulkheads: 14.5 in (368 mm) Barbettes: 11.6 to 17.3 in (295 to 439 mm) Turrets: 19.5 in (495 mm) Decks: main 1.5 in (38 mm) second 6.0 in (152 mm) Aircraft carried 3 × Vought OS2U Kingfisher/Curtiss SC Seahawk floatplanes (planned) General Ferrati da Italia - Battlecruiser ou Dreadnought, eu n sei. They were radically new battleships, much faster and heavily armed: They presented the new generation of 'super dreadnought' condemned by the Washington treaty, inaugurated by the Queen Elisabeth class a year before. 27300t, 200m length, 8 381/40 (2*4), 16 170/50 (8*2), 24 102/50, 8 533mm TT, 55000/75000 HP for a 25/27k, armor 270 mm for 2/3 of the ship length, and a reduced height up to the bow and the first rudder. Ferdinando Cassone da Italia - Battleship Ferdinando Cassone proposal was the most ambitious and radical pre-treaty proposal for the Country that first imagine the dreadnought as a game changer. This 1921 proposal was by far the most impressive and ambitious warship ever planned for the Regia Marina. -Dimensions/displacement: 45,000 tonnes, 256 m x 32 m -Armament: 8 x 456 mm (4x2) main, 6 x 152 mm (2x3) turrets plus perhaps 8-10 more in casemates -Estimated powerplant: 4 turbines 50,000 HP each, 18 boilers, 216,000 HP, 35-40 knots. -Armour protection: Main tapered belt or 456 mm down to 350 and 150 mm. Armored Deck 120 mm+ 50 mm 1 deck above. La Argentina da Argentina - Light Cruiser The cruiser “La Argentina”, was conceived as a training ship of the Argentine Navy and a command ship at the same time, built at Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow, between 1935 and 1937, but she did not take service until February 1939. She was modeled after light cruisers of the Arethusa class, but modified to have three additional 152 mm guns in triple turrets. Displacement: 170.80 x 17.82 x 7.40m Dimensions: 6800t, 9000t PC Propulsion: 2 propellers, 2 Parsons turbines, 6 Yarrow boilers, 85,000 hp, 32 knots max. Armour: deck and turret crew 25, belt 70, blockhouse 60, turrets 51 mm _ Crew 600 Armament: 6 x 190 mm (3x2), 12 x 100 mm, 6 x 40 mm Bofors AA, 6 TT 533 mm (2x3). HMS Temeraire da Inglaterra - Battleship At the later stages of the war, the Admiralty returned to the idea of maintaining a post war fleet containing 12 modern battleships with significant numbers, but the Royal Navy only had the 4 modern KGV's the Vanguard then under construction the 4 modernised Queen Elizabeths out of which the Warspite as badly damaged and the 2 Nelsons which were still counted because of their high firepower. This was 9 ships with 1 under construction meaning the RN required 2 more ships and only the Lion design was still available to be built, but that was originally an 1938 design with some modifications adopted as the war progressed, but it was essentially still a pre-war design and clearly obsolete thus a fresh new design was required. Dimensions: 253m(wl) x 36.57 x 10,97m Displacement: 50.400tons (Standard), 60.700tons (full load) Engines: 130.000shp Parsons Steam Turbines Speed: 52km/h (28knots) Range: 10.200km at 37km/h (5.500nm at 20knots) Armour: 178mm, Deck over machinery and magazines, 254mm Belt over machinery and magazines. Armaments: 3x3 16"/45 (406mm/45) BL Mk IV Cannons, 12x2 4,5"/45 (114mm/45) QF Mk V DP-AA Guns, 10x6,40mm/56 OQF Mk IX AA Guns, 20x2, 20x1 20mm Oerlikon AA Guns, 2x5 533mm Torpedo Tubes . MN Jeanne d'Arc da França - Battlecruiser "A" design displaced 27,500 t (27,100 long tons; 30,300 short tons) and was 210 m long for 27m wide. Thy should have been propelled to 27 knots thanks to four sets of direct-drive turbines and 74,000 shaft horsepower, fed by a set of 22 mixed boilers. The normal range would have been 3500 nm, and there has been enough fuel for six hours of combat speeds. Armament relied, as above, on the trusted 340mm/45 Modèle 1912 naval gun. Dimensions 210 x 27 x 9 m (689 x 88 x 28ft) Displacement 27,500 t. - 29,000 t FL Propulsion 4 propellers, 4 shaft-geared turbines, 24 mixed boilers, 74,000 hp. Speed 27 knots. max. (50 km/h; 31 mph) Range 3,500 NM (6,500 km; 4,000 mi) @15 knots Armament 8× 340mm/45 M1912, 24× 138.6mm M1910, 4× 450mm (18 in) TTs Armor Belt 270, turrets 270?, blockhaus 250?, barbettes 240? mm, Decks 80? mm MN Charlemagne da França - Battlecruiser Gille's design was called "cuirassé-croiseur" instead of the reverse "croiseur cuirassé", the usual denomination for armored cruisers, now obsolete. This could only mean the design was intended more like fast battleships like the Queen Elisabeth class. Dimensions 205 x 27 x 9 m (672 x 88 x 30ft) Displacement 28,247 t. - 30,000 t FL Propulsion 4 propellers, 4 shaft-geared turbines, 52 coil-fired boilers, 80,000 hp. Speed 28 knots. max. (52 km/h; 32 mph) Range 6,300 nmi (11,700 km; 7,200 mi) @15 knots Armament 12× 340mm/45 M1912, 24× 138.6mm M1910, 6 TTs 457 mm Armor Belt 270, turrets 270, blockhaus 250?, barbettes 250? mm, Decks 80? mm Minas Geraes do Brasil - Dreadnought Minas Geraes, spelled Minas Gerais in some sources, was a dreadnought battleship of the Brazilian Navy. Named in honor of the state of Minas Gerais, the ship was laid down in April 1907 as the lead ship of its class, making the country the third to have a dreadnought under construction and igniting a naval arms race between Brazil, Argentina, and Chile. Displacement 19,281 tonnes (18,976 long tons; 21,254 short tons) normal 21,200 t (20,900 long tons; 23,400 short tons) full load Length 543 ft (165.5 m) overall 530 ft (161.5 m) at waterline Beam 83 ft (25.3 m) Draft 25 ft (7.6 m) Propulsion 2-shaft Vickers VTE 18 Babcock & Wilcox boilers 23,500 shp Speed 21 knots (24 mph; 39 km/h) Range 10,000 nm (12,000 mi; 19,000 km) at 10 knots (12 mph; 19 km/h) Armament (as built) 12 × 12 in (305 mm)/45 cal guns (6 × 2) 22 × 4.7 (120 mm)/50 cal guns 8 × 3-pounder (47 mm) guns Armor Belt: 9 in (229 mm) Belt extremities: 6–4 in (152–102 mm) Casemate: 9 in (230 mm) Turrets: 12–9 in (305–229 mm) Conning tower: 12 in (300 mm) ARA Rivadavia da Argentina - Dreadnought ARA Rivadavia was an Argentine battleship built during the South American dreadnought race. Named after the first Argentine president, Bernardino Rivadavia, it was the lead ship of its class. Displacement 27,500 long tons (27,900 t) standard, 30,100 long tons (30,600 t) full load[1] Length 594 ft 9 in (181.28 m) oa, 585 ft (178 m) pp Beam 98 ft 4.5 in (29.985 m) Draft 27 ft 8.5 in (8.446 m) Propulsion 3-shaft, Curtis geared turbines, 18 Babcock & Wilcox boilers; 40,000 shp (29,828 kW)[1] Speed 22.5 knots (25.9 mph; 41.7 km/h)[1] Range 7,000 nautical miles (8,100 mi; 13,000 km) at 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h)[1] 11,000 nautical miles (13,000 mi; 20,000 km) at 11 knots (13 mph; 20 km/h)[1] Armament 12 × 12 inch (305 mm)/50 guns 12 × 6 inch (152 mm)/50 guns 16 × 4 inch (102 mm) guns 2 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 12–10 inches (300–250 mm) Turrets: 12 inches (305 mm) Casemates: 91/3–61/5 inches (238–159 mm) Conning tower: 12 inches (300 mm) El Águila do Chile - Aircraft Carrier she was laid down before World War I. In early 1918 she was purchased by Britain for conversion to an aircraft carrier; this work was finished in 1924 and sold back to Chile. Displacement 21,850 long tons (22,200 t) (standard) Length 667 ft 6 in (203.5 m) Beam 115 ft (35.1 m) Draught 26 ft 8 in (8.1 m) (deep load) Installed power 32 water-tube boilers 50,000 shp (37,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 geared steam turbine sets Speed 24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph) Range 4,800 nmi (8,900 km; 5,500 mi) at 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armament 9 × 6 in (152 mm) guns 5 × 4 in (102 mm) AA guns Armour Belt: 4.5 in (114 mm) Deck: 1–1.5 in (25–38 mm) Bulkheads: 4 in (102 mm) Aircraft carried 25–30 Veinticinco de Mayo da Argentina - Heavy Cruiser design developed from its heavy cruisers of the Trento class, particularly fast (the record at the time) at the price of their derisory protection. They were "heavy-light" cruisers Displacement: 170.80 x 17.82 x 7.40m Dimensions: 6800t, 9000t PC Propulsion: 2 propellers, 2 Parsons turbines, 6 Yarrow boilers, 85,000 hp, 32 knots max. Armour: deck and turret crew 25, belt 70, blockhouse 60, turrets 51 mm _ Crew 600 Armament: 6 x 190 mm (3x2), 12 x 100 mm, 6 x 40 mm Bofors AA, 6 TT 533 mm (2x3). Rio Grande do Sul do Brasil - Light Cruiser Rio Grande do Sul was a Bahia-class cruiser built for the Brazilian Navy in 1909–10. Displacement: 3100t, 3420t FL Dimensions: 122.3 x 11.9 x 4.75m Propulsion: 5 Parsons steam turbines, ten Yarrow boilers, 27 knots Armor: Decks 19 mm, CT 76 mm Armament: 10× 120 mm (4.7 in)/50, 6× 3-pdr (47 mm)/50, 3x 20 mm (0.79 in) Madsen guns, 7 mm (0.28 in) Hotchkiss MG, 4x 533 mm (21.0 in) TTs Hollander dos Países Baixos - Dreadnought Colijn asked the Friedrich Krupp-Germania dockyard to design three variants for review: a fully oil-fueled design, a fully coal-fueled design and a mixed oil-coal design. It took the dockyard two months to come up with the designs and they were presented by the yard on September 25, 1912. Displacement 21.300 tons normal displacement Armament 8 x 343 mm/L50 12 x 150 mm L/50 14 x 75 mm L/50 4 x 533 mm torpedo tubes Max Speed 22 knots Performance 34.000 SHP Boilers 9 Germania - Schulz watertube boilers Machinery 3 Germania turbine sets, (1 set consists of a high pressure turbine and a low pressure turbine) Range 8000 nautical miles @ 12,5 knots Bunkerage coal and oil4600 tons ArmorBelt: 80 - 250 mm Barbettes: 80 - 300 mm Deck: 20 - 50 mm Conning tower: 400 mm 34,3 cm turrets: 50 - 300 mm 15 cm turrets front shields: 100 mm 75 mm mounts: 50 mm Willem Hendrik/Prince of Orange dos Países Baixos - Dreadnought On March 4 1913, the Krupp-Germania Yard presented their new plans. The most distinct features of the new design were the missing second funnel and the improved disposition of the main turrets. Displacement 22.000 tons normal displacement Crew 1015 Armament 8 x 343 mm 16 x 150 mm Performance 40.000 SHP Maximum speed 22,5 knots (average) Bunkerage 2500 tons oil 2000 tons coal Range @ 12 knots6000 miles with 2 oil fired boilers 8000 miles with 1 oil and 1 coal fired boiler Maurits van Oranje dos Países Baixos - Dreadnought In August 1913, a new cabinet presented itself to the public. The new Minister of Naval Affairs was the naval officer Captain J.J. Rambonnet, the same man who had opposed the inferior Pantserschip 1912 so vigorously the year before. Rambonnet's input led to a revision of the specifications. On November 13, 1913, the Committee again met. The results of this meeting were specifications along the lines of the Krupp designs. Armament 8 x 343 mm L/45 guns in two quad turrets 16 x 150 mm L/50 12 x 75 mm L/50* 3 x 533 mm torpedoguns** There was a possibility that the latter would have to be increased to four tubes, with an additional in the stern. Belt armor was set at 250 mm, thickest over the machinery spaces and thinnest in the bow and stern. Conning tower and turrets were protected by 300 mm of armor, and the casemates for the 150 mm guns had 150 mm. Turbines were preferred, but triple-expansion engines were also considered for financial reasons. This propulsion plant would have to generate enough power to provide a speed of 21 knots and an endurance of at least 5000 miles at 12 knots. The crew numbered 860, of which 110 were officers and non-commissioned officers. Riachuelo do Brasil - Dreadnought The Riachuelo Class of Battleships were designed by Vickers-Armstrong. The Brazilian Navy placed an order for these battleships in late 1914, just before the outbreak of the first world war. Σαλαμίς(Salamis) da Grécia - Dreadnought/Battlecruiser. Salamis was a partially constructed capital ship, referred to as either a dreadnought battleship or battlecruiser, that was ordered for the Greek Navy from the AG Vulcan shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, in 1912. She was ordered as part of a Greek naval rearmament program meant to modernize the fleet, in response to Ottoman naval expansion after the Greco-Turkish War of 1897. Displacement 19,500 long tons (19,800 t) Length 569 ft 11 in (173.71 m) Beam 81 ft (25 m) Draft 25 ft (7.6 m) Installed power 18 × Yarrow boilers 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) Propulsion 3 × AEG steam turbines 3 × propellers Speed 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph) Armament 8 × 14-inch (356 mm) guns (4 × 2) 12 × 6-inch (152 mm) guns in casemates 12 × 75 mm (3.0 in) guns 5 × 500 mm (20 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 3.875–9.875 in (98.4–250.8 mm) Deck: 2.875 in (73.0 mm) Barbettes: 9.875 in (250.8 mm) Turrets: 9.875 in (250.8 mm) ARA General San Martin da Argentina - Dreadnought Dimensions: unreadable probably around 168,5m (wl) x 25,4m x 8,8m Displacement: 20.000ons (Standard) Engines: unreadable probably around 30-35.000shp 4 shaft Steam Turbines Speed: 41km/h (22knots) Range unreadable probably around 8.300km at 19km/h (4500nm at 10knots) Armour: unreadable probably around 250mm Belt and 50mm Deck Armaments: 5x3 305mm/45 Armstrong Modello 1908 / Armstrong Mk R Cannons, 20x1 120mm/45 Armstrong Modello 1908 / Armstrong Mk DD Casemated Guns, 10x1 76mm/40 Armstrong Modello 1897 Guns. 4x1 450mm Underwater Torpedo Tubes Sparviero da Italia - Aircraft Carrier The original armament was planned was to comprise six single 6-in guns (152 mm), four 4 in (102 mm) and 22 of 37 mm AA guns. Planes probably would have been Re 2001 Falco II fighters, 34 of them, or 16 and 9 of a torpedo-bomber variant. The machinery was unchanged and top speed would have been around 21-22 knots. Aquila da Italia - Aircraft Carrier Displacement 23,500 long tons (23,900 t) (standard) 27,800 long tons (28,200 t) (full load) Length 235.5 m (772 ft 8 in) Beam 30 m (98 ft 5 in) Draft 7.3 m (23 ft 11 in) Installed power 151,000 shp (113,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × geared steam turbines 8 × boilers 4 × shafts Speed 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph) Range 5,500 nmi (10,200 km; 6,300 mi) at 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph) Armament 8 × 135 mm (5.3 in)/45 cal guns 12 × 65 mm (2.56 in)/64 cal guns 132 × 20 mm (0.79 in)/65 cal anti-aircraft cannons Armor Deck: 8 cm (3.1 in) Aircraft carried 51 Ypiranga do Brasil - Dreadnought Based on design 653 of the Rio de Janeiro class Dreadnought. Osório do Brasil - Dreadnought Desing 685 of the Rio de Janeiro Aquidabán do Brasil - Dreadnought Riachuelo's sistership but with 406mm guns Sete de Setembro do Brasil - Dreadnought Design 782 do Riachuelo São Vincente do Brasil - "Dreadnought"/Battleship Part of the 1904 Admiral Noronha's naval plan for a battleship Arquipelago de Trindade do Brasil - Light Aircraft carrier American Mission Plan of 1945 Displacement 11,000 tons (standard), 14,220 design, 15,100 design full load Length 622 ft 6 in (190 m) overall 600 ft 0 in (182.8 m) waterline Beam 71 ft 6 in (21.8 m) hull 109 ft 2 in (33.3 m) over flight deck and projections Draught 26 ft Propulsion steam turbines, 4 Babcock & Wilcox boilers, 565 PSI (850 F) four propellers 100,000 horsepower (75 MW) Speed 31.5 knot (36 mph 58 km/h) maximum Range 8,325 nm @ 15 kt Armament 26 × Bofors 40 mm guns (2 quad, 8 dual, 16 single, 10 Mk 51 directors) Aircraft carried Typical operational complement as of October 1944: 24 F6F Hellcat fighters 9 TBM Avenger torpedo bombers 1 J2F Duck utility amphibian sometimes carried General Belgrado da Argentina - Dreadnought A Caracciolo class dreadnought bought in 1920. Dimensions186.9 x 29.2 x 8.6m Displacement 29,100 tonnes /29,400 tonnes FL Crew1300? Propulsion 2 screws, 2 reduction turbines, 8 Yarrow boilers, 90 000 hp Speed 27 knots (40 km/h; mph) Range 6,700 nmi () Armament10x 355mm (2x2, 2x3) or 8x 381mm (4x2), 12 x135mm (4x3), 10 x90mm AA, 12x 37mm, 15x 20mm Breda AA. Armor Decks 135-166 mm, barbettes 130-280mm, belt 130-250mm, blockhaus 250mm. Buenos Aires and Bartolomé Mitre da Argentina - Battleship An North Carolina and South Dakota class battleships bouth by Argentina from the United States as a part of the Naval Act of 1940. Buenos Aires Bartolomé Mitre Detalhes do Buenos Aires Displacement 36,600 long tons (37,200 t) (standard) 44,800 long tons (45,500 t) (full load) Length 728 ft 8.625 in (222.113 m) overall Beam 108 ft 3.875 in (33.017 m) maximum Draft 35 ft 6 in (10.820 m) maximum Installed power 8 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 121,000 shp (90,000 kW) Propulsion four sets of General Electric geared turbines 4 × screws Speed 1941: 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph) Endurance 17,450 nmi (20,080 mi; 32,320 km) at 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h) Armament 9 × 16 in (406 mm)/45 caliber Mark 6 guns 20 × 5 in (127 mm)/38 caliber Mark 12 guns Smaller weapons, like Bofors 40 mm or Oerlikon 20 mm, varied greatly Armor Belt: 12 in (305 mm) Barbettes: 16 in (406 mm) Turrets: 16 in (406 mm) Decks: 1.45 in (37 mm), 5 in (127 mm), 0.62 in (16 mm) Conning tower: 12 in (305 mm) Aircraft carried Vought OS2U Kingfisher Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk Detalhes do Bartolomé Mitre Displacement 35,000 long tons (35,562 t) (standard) 44,519 long tons (45,233 t) (1942 full load) Length 666 ft (203 m) (waterline) 680 ft (207 m) (o/a) Beam 108 ft 2 in (33 m) Draft 36 ft 2 in (11 m) Installed power 8 × water-tube boilers 130,000 shp (97,000 kW) Propulsion 4 × screws; 4 × geared steam turbines Speed 27.5 knots (50.9 km/h; 31.6 mph) Range 15,000 nmi (28,000 km; 17,000 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Armament 3 × triple 16 in (406 mm) guns 16 or 20 × 5 in (127 mm) DP guns 76 × 40 mm (1.6 in) AA guns 67 × single 20 mm (0.8 in) AA guns Armor Belt 12.2 in (310 mm) Bulkheads 11.3 in (287 mm) Barbettes: 11.3–17.3 in (287–439 mm) Turrets: 18 in (457 mm) Conning tower 16 in (406 mm) Decks 1.5 in (38 mm), 5.75–6.05 in (146–154 mm), 0.63–1 in (16–25 mm) Aircraft carried 2 × OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes Aviation facilities 1 × aircraft catapult Almirante Cochrane do Chile - Battleship A modified version of the Vanguard class battleships from the UK bought after the war Displacement 44,500 long tons (45,200 t) (standard) 51,420 long tons (52,250 t) (deep load) Length 814 ft 4 in (248.2 m) (o/a) Beam 108 ft (32.9 m) Draught 36 ft (11 m) (deep load) Installed power 130,000 shp (97,000 kW) 8 Admiralty 3-drum boilers Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 steam turbine sets Speed 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) Range 8,250 nautical miles (15,280 km; 9,490 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Sensors and processing systems 1 × Type 960 early-warning radar 1 × Type 293 search radar 1 × Type 277 height-finding radar 2 × Type 274 15-inch fire-control radar 4 × Type 275 5.25-inch fire-control radar 11 × Type 262 40 mm fire-control radar Armament 4 × twin 16 in (406 mm) guns 8 × twin 5.25 in (133 mm) dual-purpose guns 10 × sextuple, 1 × twin, 11 × single 40 mm (1.6 in) Bofors AA guns Armour Belt: 4.5–14 in (114–356 mm) Deck: 2.5–6 in (64–152 mm) Barbettes: 11–13 in (279–330 mm) Gun turrets: 7–13 in (178–330 mm) Conning tower: 2–3 in (51–76 mm) Bulkheads: 4–12 in (102–305 mm) Almirante Brown da Argentina - Battleship Part of the Law 12.690 of September 1941 to aquire a new battleship. Displacement : 37,000 standard tons. Speed : 30 Main Artillery : 9 381mm guns (3 × 3). Secondary : 12x152mm guns (6 × 2) and 12 x105mm guns (6x2) Antiaircraft 12 of 89mm. 16 of 37mm. 16 of 12.7mm. Armor Belt = 356mm Cover = 150 + 50 mm Dimensions : 228 meters x 31 meters Aircraft : 3 in 2 catapults Corrientes da Argentina - Battleship Part of a 1935-1938 contract with germany to aquire modern battleships, due to the date, we can suspect they would be similar to Scharnhorst. Note: This is the Scharnhorst as it was originally build. Displacement Standard: 32,100 long tons (32,600 t) Full load: 38,100 long tons (38,700 t) Length 229.8 m (753 ft 11 in) Beam 30 m (98 ft 5 in) Draft 9.9 m (32 ft 6 in) Installed power 165,930 PS (163,660 shp; 122,040 kW) Propulsion 3 Germania geared steam turbines Speed 31 knots (57 km/h; 36 mph) Range 6,200 nmi (11,500 km; 7,100 mi) at 19 knots (35 km/h; 22 mph) Armament 9 × 28 cm/54.5 (11 inch) SK C/34 12 or 14 x 128mm K40 16 × 3.7 cm (1.5 in) SK C/30 10 (later 16) × 2 cm (0.79 in) C/30 or C/38 6 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 350 mm (13.8 in) Deck: 50 to 105 mm (2.0 to 4.1 in) Turrets: 200 to 360 mm (7.9 to 14.2 in) Conning tower: 350 mm Aircraft carried 3 Arado Ar 196A Aviation facilities 1 catapult IJN Tosa do Império do Japão - Battleship Tosa (土佐) was a planned battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Designed by Yuzuru Hiraga, she was envisioned as the lead ship of the Tosa class of two 39,900-long-ton (40,540 t) ships. The battleships would have been armed with ten 410 mm (16.1 in) guns and bring Japan closer to its goal of an "Eight-four" fleet (eight battleships and four battlecruisers). Displacement 39,900 long tons (40,540 t) (standard) 44,200 long tons (44,909 t) (full load) Length 234.1 m (768 ft 1 in) Beam 30.5 m (100 ft 1 in) Draught 9.4 m (30 ft 10 in) Installed power 12 × water-tube boilers 91,000 shp (67,859 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 × steam turbines Speed 26.5 knots (49.1 km/h; 30.5 mph) Range 5,000 nmi (9,300 km; 5,800 mi) at 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) Armament 5 × twin 41 cm (16.1 in) guns 20 × single 14 cm (5.5 in) guns 4 × single 76 mm (3 in) AA guns 8 × 61 cm (24 in) torpedo tubes Armour Deck: 100 mm (4 in) Bulkheads: 230–280 mm (9–11 in) Belt line: 250–280 mm (10–11 in) Bridge: 250–360 mm (10–14 in) Barbettes: 230–300 mm (9–12 in) Conning tower: 360 mm (14 in) IJN Yashima do Império do Japão - Battleship The Number 13-class battleship was a planned class of four fast battleships to be built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during the 1920s. The ships never received any names, being known only as Numbers 13–16. They were intended to reinforce Japan's "eight-eight fleet" of eight battleships and eight battlecruisers after the United States announced a major naval construction program in 1919. The Number 13 class was designed to be superior to all other existing battleships, planned or building. Displacement 47,500 t (46,700 long tons) (normal) Length 274.4 m (900 ft 3 in) Beam 30.8 m (101 ft 1 in) Draft 9.8 m (32 ft 2 in) Installed power 22 × water-tube boilers 150,000 shp (110,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; 4 × geared steam turbines Speed 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) Armament 4 × twin 46 cm (18 in) guns 16 × single 14 cm (5.5 in) guns 8 × single 12 cm (4.7 in) AA guns 8 × 61 cm (24 in) torpedo tubes Armor Waterline belt: 330 mm (13 in) Deck: 127 mm (5 in) USS Delaware (BB-28) dos EUA - Dreadnought USS Delaware (BB-28) was a dreadnought battleship of the United States Navy, the lead ship of her class. She was laid down at Newport News Shipbuilding in November 1907, launched in January 1909, and completed in April 1910. Displacement Normal: 20,380 long tons (20,707 t) Full load: 22,400 long tons (22,759 t) Length 518 ft 9 in (158 m) (overall) 510 ft (155 m) (waterline) Beam 85 ft 3 in (26 m) Draft 27 ft 3 in (8 m) (mean) 28 ft 10 in (9 m) (max) Installed power 14 × Babcock & Wilcox water-tube boilers 25,000 shp (18,642 kW) Propulsion 2 × triple-expansion steam engines 2 × screw propellers Speed 21 kn (24 mph; 39 km/h) Range 6,000 nmi (11,000 km) at 10 kn (12 mph; 19 km/h) Armament 10 × 12 in (305 mm)/45 caliber Mark 5 guns 14 × 5 in (127 mm)/50 cal Mark 6 guns 2 × 3-pounder 47 mm (1.85 in)/40 cal guns 4 × 1-pounder 37 mm (1.46 in) guns 2 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes (submerged) Armor Belt: 9–11 in (229–279 mm) Lower casemate: 8–10 in (203–254 mm) Upper casemate: 5 in (127 mm) Barbettes: 4–10 in (102–254 mm) Turret face: 12 in (305 mm) Conning tower: 11.5 in (292 mm) Decks: 2 in (51 mm) HMS Hercules da Inglaterra - Dreadnought HMS Hercules was the second and last of the two Colossus-class dreadnought battleships built for the Royal Navy at the end of the first decade of the 20th century. She spent her whole career assigned to the Home and Grand Fleets, often serving as a flagship. Displacement 20,030 long tons (20,350 t) (normal) Length 545 ft 9 in (166.3 m) (o/a) Beam 85 ft 2 in (26.0 m) Draught 27 ft (8.2 m) Installed power 25,000 shp (19,000 kW) 18 × Yarrow boilers Propulsion 4 × shafts; 2 × steam turbine sets Speed 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph) Range 6,680 nmi (12,370 km; 7,690 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 5 × twin 12-inch (305 mm) guns 16 × single 4-inch (102 mm) guns 3 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 8–11 in (203–279 mm) Deck: 1.5–4 inches (38–102 mm) Turrets: 11 in (280 mm) Barbettes: 4–11 inches (102–279 mm) Bulkheads: 4 and 8 in (102 and 203 mm) Conning tower: 11 in (280 mm) Vasilefs Konstantinos da Grécia - Battleship/Dreadnought Following the Ottoman purchase of a second dreadnought in December 1913, Sultân Osmân-ı Evvel, a previously Brazilian ship still under construction,[5] the Greek Navy responded with an order for a second dreadnought of its own. The new battleship was to be named Vasilefs Konstantinos and was to be built to the same design as the French Bretagne class from AC de St Nazaire Penhoet. Work began in June 1914 but ceased on the outbreak of war in August and never resumed. The Greek Navy refused the incomplete ship after the end of the war, leading to a contract dispute, which was settled in 1925. The unfinished ship was subsequently broken up for scrap. Displacement Normal: 23,936 metric tons (23,558 long tons) Full load: 26,000 metric tons (26,000 long tons) Length166 m (544 ft 7 in) Beam 26.9 m (88 ft 3 in) Draft 9.8 m (32 ft 2 in) Installed power 18–24 boilers; 29,000 shp (22,000 kW) Propulsion 4 shafts; steam turbines Speed 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Range 4,600 nmi (8,500 km; 5,300 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 10 × 340mm/45 Modèle 1912 guns 22 × 1 138.6 mm Mle 1910 guns 4 × 47-millimetre (1.9 in) guns 4 × 450 mm (18 in) torpedo tubes Armor Belt: 270 mm (10.6 in) Decks: 40 mm (1.6 in) Conning tower: 314 mm (12.4 in) Turrets: 340 mm (13.4 in) Casemates: 170 mm (6.7 in) HMS Black Prince da Inglaterra/ Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya da Russia - Dreadnought Vasco da Gama de Portugal - Dreadnought Displacement 22,780 long tons (23,150 t) (normal) 25,250 long tons (25,660 t) (deep load) Length 559 ft 6 in (170.54 m) (o/a) Beam 91 ft 7 in (27.9 m) Draught 28 ft 5 in (8.7 m) Installed power 26,500 shp (19,800 kW) 15 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers Propulsion 4 × shafts 4 × Parsons steam turbine sets Speed 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph) Range 5,300 nmi (9,800 km; 6,100 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) Armament 5 × twin 13.5 in (343 mm) guns 16 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns 6 × single 6 pdr (57 mm) guns 4 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Armour Belt: 12 in (305 mm) Decks: 1–3 in (25–76 mm) Turrets: 11 in (279 mm) Barbettes: 9–10 in (229–254 mm) Sevastapol da Russia - Dreadnought Imperator Pavel I do Império Russo - Battlecruiser Gavrilov (pre-"Izmail" type) battlecruiser: 26 100 ton, 72 500 hp (nominal), 28 knots, 30 knots (forced), 2x3 + 2x2x12"/52 guns (or, 8x14"/52 guns), 8" belt, range 4100 miles with 13 knots. Tamoyo do Brasil - Light Cruiser O Cruzador Torpedeiro Tamoyo, foi o primeiro navio a ostentar esse nome na Marinha do Brasil em homenagem ao guerreiro Tamoio, da tribo ameríndia que, no século XVI, dominava a costa brasileira entre Cabo Frio e Ubatuba, e que deixa em continuo alarme os povoados portugueses no litoral. Deslocamento: 1.075 ton.(leve). Dimensões: 86.04 m de comprimento total, 76.19 m de comprimento entre pp., 8.40 m de boca, 5.58 m de pontal e 3.80 m de calado. Blindagem: ? Propulsão: duas maquinas alternativas de tríplice expansão, gerando 7.500 hp, acoplados a dois eixos. Combustível: 295 tons. de carvão. Velocidade: 21 nós. Raio de ação: ? Armamento: 2 canhões Armstrong de 100 mm, 6 canhões Nordenfelt de 57 mm, 2 canhões Maxim de 37 mm, 2 metralhadoras Maxim de 25 mm e 3 tubos lança torpedos. Tiradentes do Brasil - Light Cruiser O Cruzador Tiradentes, foi o único navio a ostentar esse nome na Marinha do Brasil em homenagem ao Alferes da Cavalaria Joaquim de Xavier, ou Tiradentes, protomártir de Independência. Foi construído no estaleiro Armstrong de Elswick, em Necastle-on-Tyne, Reino Unido, sendo lançado ao mar em 1892. Deslocamento: 705 ton. Dimensões: 50.23 m de comprimento, 9.15 m de boca, 3.36 m de pontal e 2.2 m de calado. Blindagem: ? Propulsão: máquina à vapor de tríplice expansão gerando 1.200 hp. Velocidade: 12 nós. Raio de ação: ? Armamento: 4 canhões Armstrong de 120 mm, 3 canhões de 57 mm, 4 metralhadoras de 8 mm e 2 tubos lança-torpedos de 450 mm. Indepência do Brasil/O'Higgins do Chile - Heavy Cruiser Vickers design 1059 for a Heavy Cruiser for both Brasil and Chile . Constituição do Brasil - Light Cruiser 1942 Admiral Guilherme's naval plan for the purchase of HMS Ajax Displacement 7,270 tons standard 9,740 tons full load Length 554.9 ft (169.1 m) Beam 56 ft (17 m) Draught 19.1 ft (5.8 m) Installed power 72,000 shaft horsepower (54,000 kW) Propulsion Four Parsons geared steam turbines Six Admiralty 3-drum oil-fired boilers Four shafts Speed 32.5 knots (60 km/h) Range 5,730 nmi (10,610 km; 6,590 mi) at 13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph) Sensors and processing systems type 284/286 air search radar type 273/271 surface search type 285 6 inch (152 mm) fire control type 282 40 mm fire control Armament 8 (4x2) 6 in (152 mm) 8 (4x2) QF 4-inch (100 mm) Mk XVI guns 16 × 40 mm Bofors guns 8 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes (quadruple mounts) Armour 4 in (102 mm) main belt 2.5 in (64 mm) ends 1.25 to 2 in (32 to 51 mm) deck 1 in (25 mm) turrets Aircraft carried One catapult-launched Fairey Seafox, replaced by a Supermarine Walrus Cisne Branco do Brasil - Dreadnought Nevada class Battleship part of the 1945 American Mission Plan Displacement (in 1916) 27,500 t (after WWII overhaul) 30,500 t Length 583 ft (178 m) Beam 95 ft 2.5 – 3 in (29 m) Draft 28 ft 6 in (8.7 m) Propulsion As built: 12 Yarrow oil-fired boilers, replaced with 6 Bureau Express oil-fired boilers in 1927–30 refit Geared Curtis turbines generating 24,800 shp (18,500 kW) 2 × shafts Speed designed: 20.5 kn (24 mph; 38 km/h) Endurance designed: 8,000 nmi (9,206 mi; 14,816 km) at 10 kn (12 mph; 19 km/h) in service: 5,120 nmi (5,892 mi; 9,482 km) at 12 kn (14 mph; 22 km/h) or 1,931 nmi (2,222 mi; 3,576 km) at 20 kn (23 mph; 37 km/h) Sensors and processing systems SC air search radar Armament 10 × 14 in /45 caliber guns 16 × 5 in /38 dual-purpose guns 36 × Bofors 40 mm (1.6 in) guns 38 × Oerlikon 20 mm (0.79 in) autocannon HMAS Canberra da Austrália - Heavy Cruiser HMAS Canberra (I33/D33), named after the Australian capital city of Canberra, was a Royal Australian Navy (RAN) heavy cruiser of the Kent sub-class of County-class cruisers. Displacement 9,850 tons (light) 10,000 tons (standard) Length 590 ft (180 m) between perpendiculars 630 ft 1 in (192.05 m) overall Beam 68.25 ft (20.80 m) Draught 21 ft 4 in (6.50 m) (maximum) Propulsion 8 Yarrow boilers, 4 shaft Brown-Curtis geared turbines, 80,000 shp Speed 31.5 knots (58.3 km/h; 36.2 mph) (maximum) 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) (cruising) Range 2,870 nautical miles (5,320 km; 3,300 mi) at 31.5 knots (58.3 km/h; 36.2 mph) 13,200 nautical miles (24,400 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) Armament 4 × 2 – 8-inch (203 mm) guns (4 twin turrets) 4 × 1 – 4-inch (102 mm) anti-aircraft guns 4 × 1 – 2-pounder (40 mm) quadruple pom-poms 4 × 1 – 3-pounder (47 mm) saluting guns 12–16 .303-inch machine guns 2 × 4 – 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 4 × multiple pom-poms (installed 1942) 5 × 1 – 20 mm Oerlikon guns Armour 1.5 to 3 inches (38 to 76 mm) armour deck over machinery spaces and magazines up to 2 inches (51 mm) over turrets up to 3 inches (76 mm) on conning tower Anti-torpedo bulges Aircraft carried 1 amphibious aircraft (initially Seagull III, later Walrus) HMAS Napier da Austrália - Destroyer HMAS Napier (G97/D13) was an N-class destroyer serving in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. Built during 1939 and 1940, the destroyer was commissioned into the RAN, although she was ordered and owned by the British government. Displacement 1,773 long tons (1,801 t) (standard) 2,384 long tons (2,422 t) (deep load) Length 356 ft 6 in (108.7 m) (o/a) Beam 35 ft 9 in (10.9 m) Draught 12 ft 6 in (3.8 m) Installed power 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) 2 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers Propulsion 2 shafts; 2 steam turbines Speed 36 knots (67 km/h; 41 mph) Range 5,500 nmi (10,200 km; 6,300 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph) Sensors and processing systems ASDIC Type 285 gunnery radar Type 286 radar surface-search radar Armament 3 × twin QF 4.7-inch (120 mm) Mk XII guns 1 × single QF 4-inch Mk V (102 mm) AA gun 4 × single 20 mm (0.8 in) Oerlikon AA guns 2 × twin QF 0.5-inch (12.7 mm) Mk III machineguns 1 × quintuple 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 45 × depth charges, 1 × rack, 2 × throwers HMAS Sidney da Australia - Aircraft Carrier HMAS Sydney (R17/A214/P214/L134) was a Majestic-class light aircraft carrier operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Displacement 15,740 tons (standard) 19,550 tons (deep) Length 630 ft (190 m) between perpendiculars 698 ft (213 m) overall Beam 80 ft (24 m) Draught 25 ft (7.6 m) Propulsion 4 × Admiralty 3-drum boilers Parsons single reduction geared turbines 2 shafts 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) Speed 24.8 knots (45.9 km/h; 28.5 mph) Sensors and processing systems 2 × 227Q 1 × 293M 1 × 960/281BQ 1 × 961 Armament 30 × Bofors 40 mm guns (18 single mountings, 6 twin mountings) Aircraft carried Up to 38 aircraft
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    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    Essa vai para o @Brooklin82, grande professor, fazendo aqui uma extensão a sua linha, e proponho aqui a linha de Submarinos Pan-Americanos, e infelizmente, alguns eu não consegui muitas informações no Tier IV. e Bom, Sem mais demora, aqui está a minha ideia: Tier IV - BAP Ferré (Peru) A classe Ferré (Ferré e Palacios) foram dois submarinos construidos na frança no estilo Laubeuf e lançados em 1912 e 1913 Infelizmente não consegui encontrar mais informações sobre armamento, mas pelo estilo, pode ser semelhate ao Brumaire-class submarines da frança, que foram construidos na mesma epoca. Aqui uma foto do Ferre. Segue aqui as especificações que podem ser usadas como parametro. Notem que, os parametros que eu estou usando são do Brumaire. Displacement 397 t (391 long tons) (surfaced) 551 t (542 long tons) (submerged) Length52.15 m (171 ft 1 in) (o/a) Beam 5.42 m (17 ft 9 in) Draft 3.19 m (10 ft 6 in) Installed power 840 PS (620 kW; 830 bhp) (diesels) 660 PS (490 kW; 650 bhp) (electric motors) Propulsion 2 × shafts; 2 × diesel engines 2 × electric motors Speed 13 knots (24 km/h; 15 mph) (surfaced) 8.8 knots (16.3 km/h; 10.1 mph) (submerged) Range 1,700 nmi (3,100 km; 2,000 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) (surfaced) 84 nmi (156 km; 97 mi) at 5 knots (9.3 km/h; 5.8 mph) (submerged) Test depth 40 m (130 ft) Complement: 2 officers and 27 crewmen Armament 1 × 450 mm (17.7 in) bow torpedo tube 1 × twin 450 mm Drzewiecki drop collar 2 × single 450 mm Drzewiecki drop collars 2 × single external 450 mm torpedo launchers Tier VI - Tupy (Brasil) Comprados da Italia em 1938, os submarinos da classe tupy foram projetados para defesa costeira, e foram seguidos de uma subclasse, o Humayta. Displacement 1,450 long tons (1,473 t) surfaced 1,884 long tons (1,914 t) submerged Length 86.7 m (284 ft) Beam 7.77 m (25.5 ft) Draught 4.26 m (14.0 ft) Propulsion 2 × Ansaldo diesel engines, 4,000 shp (2,983 kW) surfaced Electric motors, 1,000 shp (746 kW) submerged 2 shafts Speed 18.5 knots (34.3 km/h; 21.3 mph) surfaced 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) submerged Range 12,840 nautical miles (23,780 km; 14,780 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced 120 nmi (220 km; 140 mi) at 4 knots (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged Test depth 100 m (330 ft) Complement: 61 Armament 1 × 120 mm (4.7 in)/41 Ansaldo deck gun 2 × 13.2 mm (0.52 in)/76 machine guns 6 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes (4 bow, 2 stern) 12 × torpedoes 16 × mines Tier VIII - Humaitá (Brasil) - Classe Gato Inicialmente como USS Muskallunge, foi contruido em abril 1942 e lançado no final do mesmo ano e cedido para o Brasil em janeiro de 1957 e comissionado como Humaita. Displacement 1,525 long tons (1,549 t) surfaced 2,424 long tons (2,463 t) submerged Length 311 ft 9 in (95.02 m) Beam 27 ft 3 in (8.31 m) Draft 17 ft 0 in (5.18 m) maximum Propulsion 4 × Hooven-Owens-Rentschler (H.O.R.) diesel engines driving electrical generators 2 × 126-cell Sargo batteries 4 × high-speed Allis-Chalmers electric motors with reduction gears two propellers 5,400 shp (4.0 MW) surfaced 2,740 shp (2.0 MW) submerged Speed 21 kn (39 km/h) 9 knots (17 km/h) submerged Range11,000 nmi (20,000 km) surfaced at 10 kn (19 km/h) Endurance 48 hours at 2 knots (4 km/h) submerged 75 days on patrol Test depth300 ft (90 m) Complement6 officers, 54 enlisted Armament 10 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 6 forward, 4 aft 24 torpedoes 1 × 3-inch (76 mm) / 50 caliber deck gun Bofors 40 mm and Oerlikon 20 mm cannon Tier X - Guanabara (Brasil) Balao Class Dogfish was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register and sold to Brazil on 28 July 1972. She served the Brazilian Navy as Guanabara (S-10) until being deleted in 1983. Displacement 1,526 tons (1,550 t) surfaced 2,424 tons (2,460 t) submerged Length 311 ft 9 in (95.02 m) Beam 27 ft 3 in (8.31 m) Draft 16 ft 10 in (5.13 m) maximum Propulsion 4 × General Motors Model 16-278A V16 diesel engines driving electrical generators 2 × 126-cell Sargo batteries 4 × high-speed General Electric electric motors with reduction gears two propellers 5,400 shp (4.0 MW) surfaced 2,740 shp (2.0 MW) submerged Speed 20.25 knots (37 km/h) surfaced 8.75 knots (16 km/h) submerged Range11,000 nm (20,000 km) surfaced at 10 knots (19 km/h) Endurance 48 hours at 2 knots (4 km/h) submerged 75 days on patrol Test depth 400 ft (120 m) Complement 10 officers, 70–71 enlisted Armament 10 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 6 forward, 4 aft 24 torpedoes[6] 1 × 5-inch (127 mm) / 25 caliber deck gun Bofors 40 mm and Oerlikon 20 mm cannon Tier X - Santa Fé (Argentina) Balao Class ARA Santa Fe was an Argentine Balao-class submarine that was lost during the Falklands War. Built by the US during the Second World War, the ship operated in the United States Navy as USS Catfish (SS-339) until 1971 when she was transferred to the Argentine Navy. She served until 1982 when she was captured by the British at South Georgia after being seriously damaged and subsequently sank along a pier, with just her sail visible above the waterline. The submarine was raised, towed out of the bay and scuttled in deep waters in 1985. Displacement 1,870 tons (1,900 t) surfaced 2,440 tons (2,480 t) submerged Length 307 ft (93.6 m) Beam 27 ft 4 in (7.4 m) Draft 17 ft (5.2 m) Propulsion Snorkel added Batteries upgraded to GUPPY type, capacity expanded to 504 cells (1 × 184 cell, 1 × 68 cell, and 2 × 126 cell batteries) 4 × high-speed electric motors replaced with 2 × low-speed direct drive electric motors Speed Surfaced: 18.0 knots (33.3 km/h) maximum 13.5 knots (25.0 km/h) cruising Submerged: 16.0 knots (29.6 km/h) for ½ hour 9.0 knots (16.7 km/h) snorkeling 3.5 knots (6.5 km/h) cruising Range 15,000 nm (28,000 km) surfaced at 11 knots (20 km/h) Endurance 48 hours at 4 knots (7 km/h) submerged Complement 9–10 officers 5 petty officers 70 enlisted men Sensors and processing systems WFA active sonar JT passive sonar Mk 106 torpedo fire control system Armament 10 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes (six forward, four aft) all guns removed SUBMARINOS PREMIUM: Tier VI ou Tier VIII - ARA Salta (Argentina) Construidos na Italia entre o final da decada de 20 e começo dos anos 30. Displacement 935 (surface) to 1,155 (submerged) tons Length 64.24 m (210.8 ft) Beam 6.68 m (21.9 ft) Draft 5.05 m (16.6 ft) Propulsion 2-shaft; surface: 2 × Tosi diesel engines @ 3,000 ihp (2,200 kW), 90 tons oil; submerged: 1 x electric motors @ 1,400 ihp (1,000 kW) Speedsurface: 17.5 knots (20.1 mph; 32.4 km/h); submerged: 8.5 knots (9.8 mph; 15.7 km/h) Range 7100 nautical miles @ ?kn Test depth 80 m (260 ft) Complement 40 Sensors and processing systems 2 periscopes Armament 8 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes (4 bow, 4 stern) 1 × 102 mm (4.0 in)/35 gun 1 × 40 mm (1.6 in)/60 gun Tier X - Picua (Venezuela) USS Grenadier (SS-525), a Tench-class submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the grenadier, a soft-finned deep sea fish of the Macrouridae with a long, tapering body and short, pointed tail family, also known as rattails. Grenadier was decommissioned, struck from the Naval Vessel Register and sold to Venezuela on 15 May 1973. Renamed the ARV Picua ("Barracuda"), she served in the Venezuelan Navy until 1990. Displacement 1,870 tons (1,900 t) surfaced 2,440 tons (2,480 t) submerged Length 307 ft (94 m) Beam 27 ft 4 in (8.33 m) Draft 17 ft (5.2 m) Propulsion 4 × Fairbanks-Morse Model 38D8-⅛ 10-cylinder opposed piston diesel engines, equipped with a snorkel, driving electrical generators 1 × 184 cell, 1 × 68 cell, and 2 × 126 cell GUPPY-type batteries (total 504 cells) 2 × low-speed direct-drive Westinghouse electric motors two propellers Speed Surfaced: 18.0 knots (33.3 km/h) maximum 13.5 knots (25.0 km/h) cruising Submerged: 16.0 knots (29.6 km/h) for ½ hour 9.0 knots (16.7 km/h) snorkeling 3.5 knots (6.5 km/h) cruising Range 15,000 nm (28,000 km) surfaced at 11 knots (20 km/h) Endurance 48 hours at 4 knots (7 km/h) submerged Test depth400 ft (120 m) Complement 9–10 officers 5 petty officers 70 enlisted men Sensors and processing systems WFA active sonar JT passive sonar Mk 106 torpedo fire control system Armament 10 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes (six forward, four aft)
  11. James_I_of_Great_Britain

    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    Aqui uma proposta de um navio chileno que pode ser adicionado sem muito trabalho, Apresento-lhes o Esmeralda: Dimensions 132.89 m/142.72 m oa x 15.98 m x 6.25 m Displacement 7,032 long tons (7,145 t) FL Crew 500 Propulsion Two shaft VTE, 6 cylindrical boilers, 16,000 ihp-18,000 ihp on forced draft Speed 22,25 knots (42.13 km/h; 26.18 mph) Range 8,000 km? 550 t normal/1350 t wartime coal reserve Armament 2 x 208 mm/40 (8-in), 16 x 152 mm/40 (6-in), 8 x 12 Pdr, 9 x 6 Pdr, 2 x 3 Pdr, 8 Maxim MGs, 3 TTs. Armor 6 in (152 mm) belt, armored deck 25,4-50,8 mm (1-2 in) thickness Poderia ser um navio especial que poderia ser lançado para os chilenos, junto com o Jaco do chile: Pq o Brasil ja tem 2 navios e a Argentina ja tem 1, nada mais justo que representar os chilenos com um navio e uma bandeira especial
  12. James_I_of_Great_Britain

    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    E reforço o ponto de uma linha Pan Americana pq a WG anunciou a linha de CVs sovieticos, onde nenhum sequer teve batimento de quilha e mais navios de papel.
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    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/threads/brazilian-never-were-warship-proposals-1920-1940.34029/ Marinha Brasileira, 1904-1945.pdf Eu tenho um livro da Armstrong mas infelizmente o arquivo é grande demais segue aqui o link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WrikWD7KX7i3n6v6_227_l1LMqdPIk6I/view?usp=sharing
  14. James_I_of_Great_Britain

    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    Já que a WG ja colocou um navio brasileiro e um argentino, pq não um chileno?
  15. James_I_of_Great_Britain

    Árvore tecnológica Panamericana (proposta consolidada)

    Cara nesse site aqui http://www.avalanchepress.com/SouthAmBrazil.php feito por um historiador traz vida a proposta brasileira de 1920 de converter um navio mercante em um CV, e tb tem um chileno la. Ai a minha ideia seria: Tier 4 - Lima Barros (BR) Tier 6 -Aquila (Chileno) nesse caso é o HMS Eagle Tier 8- Minas Gerais(BR) ou 25 de Mayo(Argentina) - Um pode ser de linha e o outro premium Tier 10- Sao Paulo (BR) Q é um Clemencaeu da frança na decada de 60 SANAguila.pdf SANLimaBarros.pdf
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