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  1. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    [EXPIRED] EN Stream Code

    Works, thanx.
  2. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    gearing the climbing legend?

    Did see something similar yesterday with a Missouri. Wasn't moving almost the whole game. Until the end of the game, it looked like it was capsizing but wasn't moving at all.
  3. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Some interesting info around the world

    New water visuals : https://blog.worldofwarships.com/blog/157?fbclid=IwAR3IAiebMKP5UxXL3wDCpT04pzf05Sa_c-AvyaBnXp_FnwPuS1J7U7ckKk4
  4. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Time to brag

    Weapons statistics Warships destroyed Hit Ratio Maximum kills Main Battery 6237 31.85 % 7 Hood Secondary battery 194 16.71 % 3 Tirpitz Torpedoes 1405 6.37 % 6 Kamikaze Aircraft 163 - 5 Langley (<30.01.2019) By ramming 53 - 1 Kremlin Records Damage 272 153 Musashi Destroyed warships 7 Missouri Experience 5 196 Mutsuki (< 01.12.2016) Aircraft Destroyed 51 Atlanta Warships spotted 12 Audacious Damage upon spotting 319 376 Audacious
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    Which Dutch port do you expect to see added?

    Was hoping for this :)
  6. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Korean Stream WG Code

    Works, thanx.
  7. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    What Were Your Greatest Gaming Achievements Today ?

    Kept my sanity. (no pictures included).
  8. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Some interesting info around the world

    PT 0.9.9, CHANGES TO TEST SHIPS AND BALANCE CHANGES https://blog.worldofwarships.com/blog/77?fbclid=IwAR2VY_DXQigR424HRLQ1uGKhbgTpTf0mrju12TkX3sbfF4eOemPw-1BGZKg
  9. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Just for the kicks. Pick just one ship.

  10. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Choose One

    Fletcher Georgia
  11. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    European Tier VIII Premium CV suggestion.

    European CV HNMLS Karel Doorman R81 (T8 Premium) History She was laid down as HMS Venerable (R63) for the Royal Navy. She was a ship of the Colossus class of Light Fleet Carriers. Only 8 of the 16 planned ships were built. HMS Venerable was one of four ships finished before the end of WOII. In 1948 she was sold to the Netherlands and renamed in HNLMS Karel Doorman, pennant number R81. Reconstructed in 1955-58 with an angled flight deck, new elevators, new island, new armament of 12 40 mm AA, new catapult, and all new aviation facilities and electronics were fitted. After a boiler room fire, the Dutch removed her from service. She was sold to the Argentine Navy and renamed in Veinticinco de Mayo. She later played a role in the 1982 Falkland Islands Conflict. Ships of the Colossus Class were sold to: Argentine Navy Royal Australian Navy Brazilian Navy Royal Canadian Navy French Navy Indian Navy Royal Netherlands Navy HNMLS Karel Doorman R81 in World of Warships: Class: Light Attack Aircraft Carrier Tier: VIII General characteristics: 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 (7.0 m) (full load) Displacement : 13,200 tons (standard) 18,000 tons (full load) Aircraft: Max number of planes on deck: 21 Torpedo Bombers: 9xTBF Avenger Number of Aircraft on Deck:12 Aircraft Restoration Time: 80s Hit Points: 1800 Cruise Speed: 125kts Maximum Speed: 160kts Engine Boost Time: 20s Torpedo MK.13-2 Size of Attacking Flight: 3 Torpedos in Payload: 1 Maximum Damage: 6467 Aerial Torpedo Speed: 35kts Torpedo Range: 3.90km Chance of causing flooding: 52% Consumables Engine Cooling Patrol Fighters (Hawker Sea Fury) -Action time of the consumable: 60s -Number of fighters: 6 -Action Radius: 4km -Reload time: 10s -Number of consumables: 5 Repair Bombers: 9xHawker Sea Fury Number of Aircraft on Deck: 12 Aircraft Restoration Time: 95s Hit Points: 1700 Cruise Speed: 180kts Maximum Speed: 220kts Engine Boost Time: 20s HE 250lb G.P. Bomb Size of Attacking Flight: 3 Bombs in Payload: 8 Maximum Damage: 4700 HE penetration: 32mm Burn Probability: 25% Consumables Engine Cooling Patrol Fighters (Hawker Sea Fury) -Action time of the consumable: 60s -Number of fighters: 6 -Action Radius: 4km -Reload time: 10s -Number of consumables: 5 AA Defense: 40mm Vickers 2-pdr. 6x4 40mm 40mm Bofors 10x1 40mm (August 1945, replaced the 20mm Oerlikons) Medium range (0,1-3,5km) Survivability: Hitpoints: 44000 HP Armor: There were mantlets around aircraft torpedoes warheads rooms only. Their thickness was 10mm. Longitudinal watertight bulkheads covered the machinery. Torpedo damage reduction: 4% Concealment: Surface detectability range: 12km Air detectability range: 10,1km Maneuverability: Engine power: 40,000 shp (30,000 kW) Maximum speed: 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) Turning circle radius: 880 m Rudder shift time: 11,5 sec. Summary: HNMLS Karel Doorman R81 would be a light aircraft carrier with good concealment, rudder shift time and turning circle but with average speed. She would have fewer planes than her heavy counterparts but with higher quality and survivability. Also, the Hawker Sea Fury patrol fighters would be a force to be reckoned with. http://www.vlaggeschipsmaldeel5.nl/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Venerable_(R63 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1942_Design_Light_Fleet_Carrier https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HNLMS_Karel_Doorman_(R81 http://www.naval-history.net/xGM-Chrono-04CV-Venerable.htm https://marineschepen.nl/schepen/vliegdekschip-karel-doorman.html
  12. The_Flying_Dutchman114

    Discussion thread for "some interesting info around the world"

    The Bürgerbräukeller one?
  13. Found a "real" Dutch CV. HNLMS Macoma.
  14. But the planes historically flew off the ship. The planes were sold to Dutchland, so (as you say) the planes are also Dutch.