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Seefelder

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  1. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    They showed this pic on the anniversary stream, thats definitely a Canarias-class cruiser
  2. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Totally, they could have done that. Honestly i dont know what WG has against Spain, 6 over 6 years now and still not a single ship. This is so frustraiting
  3. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Pls. Do, would like to see them😆
  4. Seefelder

    ST 0.10.8, new ships (DB 186)

    The name for HMS Gibraltar is a very bed choice. It too controversial, would rather stick to mythical name such as: Avalon, Camalot, Excalibur etc.
  5. Seefelder

    ST 0.10.2, New ships (DB 120)

    An yet again a new german shipnice really needed that. But tiger at least is nice
  6. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Nice work, thaks
  7. And again, wargaming being wargamimg. Copy paste takao for maya, knowing she only had 4 turrets. I mean this ships alredy exists in wow blitz, so why? Why are you guys getting so lazzy?
  8. Seefelder

    ST 0.9.10, Italian Battleships (DB 81)

    First of all, finally italian Battleships. second, why do you exclude the tier 3 Battleship? Its not fair compared to the other nations. And then Vittorio Veneto, its not a copy paste roma. Same mistake as with the AL Litorrio, and its still not fixed. @tanatoy since when did you guys become so lazy?
  9. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Ok, first of all, the spanish navy fought in different wars, spanish-american war, spanish civil war etc. So they were more active then the swedish or other Nation. Second there are other Nation in game with more paper ships then anything else, and thired you probably think a car is a car it doesent change anything if its a Ford or a Bentley. Well for me it does, so not all ships are the same.
  10. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Your welcome, hope one day it will be implemented
  11. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    There is a drawing in the navy museum of Barcelona showig a spanish superdreadnought design from 1921. Not much information about that design (locked in the national archive) but retrofiting that design could be a nice tier ix or even tier x ship.
  12. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    As far i could research there are a lot of design for spanish ships, even cv, but are in the national archive in madrid and cartagena. I would like to see those but are not accsessible to public. True is that spain will suffer in the BB line IX and X will probably be made up from WG
  13. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Well i was thinking of names like, CarlosV, Isabella la Catholica, Sanitisima Trinidad etc. There are few names.
  14. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    I was thinking Ferrol would be a nice port for Spain Ferrol is a city in the Province of A Coruña in Galicia, on the Atlantic coast in north-western Spain, in the vicinity of Strabo's Cape Nerium (modern day Cape Prior). According to the 2016 census, the city has a population of 66,065, making it the seventh largest settlement in Galicia. With Eume to the south and Ortegal the north, Ferrol forms the Ferrolterra comarca, and together with A Coruña forms the second largest conurbation in Galicia, with a total population of 640,000 in 2016. The harbour, for depth, capacity and safety, is not equalled by many in Europe. The entrance is very narrow, commanded by forts, and may even be shut by a steccado. The city has been a major naval shipbuilding centre for most of its history, being the capital of the Spanish Navy's Maritime Department of the North since the time of the early Bourbons. Before that, in the 17th century Ferrol was the most important arsenal in Europe. Today, the city contains some of the major shipbuilding yards of the Navantia Group.
  15. Seefelder

    Spanish Ships line

    Carlos V Name: Emperador Carlos V Namesake: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Builder: Vega-Murguia Shipyard, Cadiz, Spain Laid down: 1892 Launched: 13 March 1895 Completed: 2 June 1898 Decommissioned: 1922 Struck: 1932 Fate: Scrapped 1933 General characteristics Class and type: Emperador Carlos V-class Type: armored cruiser Displacement: 9,090 tons Length: 380 ft 0 in (115.82 m) Beam: 67 ft 0 in (20.42 m) Draft: 25 ft 0 in (7.62 m) mean Installed power: 18,500 ihp (15,000 ihp on trials with natural draft) Propulsion: 2-shaft, 4-cylinder vertical triple expansion Speed: 20 knots (forced draft); 19 knots (natural draft) on trials; 16 knots operationally Complement: 600 officers and enlisted Armament: 2 × 28 cm (11 in) guns 8 × 14 cm (5.5 in) guns 4 × 105 mm quick-firing guns 2 × 12 pounder quick-firing guns 4 × 6 pounder quick-firing guns 4 × 1 pounder quick-firing guns 2 × machine guns 6 × torpedo tubes Armor: Belt 2 inches (5.1 cm), made up of 1 inch (2.54 cm) Siemens and 1 inch (2.54 cm) chrome Barbettes 9.75 inches (24.8 cm) Shields 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) Conning tower 12 inches (30.5 cm) Deck 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) Hoods 3.875 inches (9.84 cm) Battery 2 inches (5.1 cm), made up of 1 inch (2.54 cm) Siemens and 1 inch (2.54 cm) chrome Notes: Coal 1,200 tons (normal); 1,800 tons (maximum)
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