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  1. Henning_15

    Yugoslav WW2 Destroyer Beograd

    Awsome love it :)
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    Norway WW2 Cruiser Frøya

    The minelayer HNoMS Frøya was built for the Royal Norwegian Navy by the naval shipyard in Horten during World War I, with yard number 108. A fast ship for her time, she was kept in service until the German invasion of Norway in 1940. At some point between her commissioning and 1940, a 76 mm gun was added to her armaments. Frøya was the first purpose-built minelayer commissioned into the RNoN. At the time the Germans invaded Norway, Frøya was underway from Finnmark to Horten naval base in the Oslofjord, and on 8 April she anchored at Brekstad harbour at Ørland at the mouth of the Trondheimsfjord. Due to bad weather Captain T. Schrøder-Nielsen was reluctant to cross Hustadvika bay on with the ship's full load of mines and had sought shelter at Brekstad overnight. When, on the morning of 9 April, the German assault came, the crew of the Frøya observed the intruding German warships making their way to Trondheim. Trapped in the fjord, the decision was made to move the minelayer into the nearby Stjørnfjord. In the Stjørnfjord Frøya repeatedly came under attack from both land based artillery and Luftwaffe bombers. On 13 April Captain Schrøder-Nielsen decided all hope was lost and, refusing to let his ship fall into German hands, he ordered her scuttled. After removing some equipment and Frøya's load of mines for possible later use the crew of Frøya rammed their ship at great speed ashore at Søtvika, opened the ship's valves and at 12:30 fired explosive charges, demolishing her. Shortly after being scuttled the wreck of Frøya was discovered by Kapitänleutnant Wilhelm Rollmann of the German submarine U-34. As the U-boat captain believed her still to be salvageable for the Norwegians the submarine torpedoed Frøya, blowing the stern off the already wrecked minelayer. Tier II Premium Cruiser Frøya __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 17 600 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 4 × 1 105 mm guns Reload TIme: 8.0 s 180 Turn Time: 11.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 97 m Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1700 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 4.0% HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 19 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2000 Main Battery Firing Range: 9.1 km __________________________________________ TORPEDOES 2 × 1 460 mm torpedo tubes Reload Time: 31.0 s Maximum Damage: 6013 Torpedo Speed: 49 knots Torpedo Range: 4.5 km ___________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 22.0 knots Turning Circle Radius: 460 m Rudder Shift Time: 5.0 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 8.4 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.0 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 3.7 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: Aft End Deck 6 mm Middle Deck 20 mm Fore End Deck 6 mm Plating: Aft End Plating 6 mm Middle Plating 21 mm Fore End Plating 6 mm Turrets: 6 mm Citadel Plating: 9 mm ____________________________________________ CONSUMABLES Damage Control Party Action Time 5s Reload Time For I 90 s Reload Time For II 60 s ____________________________________________ PICTURES OF THE CRUISER FRØYA SCUTTLE OF THE SHIP 13 APRIL 1940
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    Yugoslav WW2 Destroyer Beograd

    Beograd was the lead ship of her class of destroyers built for the Royal Yugoslav Navy (Serbo-Croatian: Kraljevska Jugoslovenska Ratna Mornarica, KJRM) during the late 1930s. When Yugoslavia entered World War II due to the German-led Axis invasion of that country in April 1941, she was damaged by a near miss during an air attack, and was then captured by the Italians. After refitting, she saw extensive service with the Royal Italian Navy from August 1941 to September 1943, completing over 100 convoy escort missions in the Mediterranean under the name Sebenico, mainly as a convoy escort on routes between Italy and the Aegean and North Africa. Following the Italian armistice in September 1943, she was captured by the German Navy and redesignated TA43. Re-armed, she served with the 9th Torpedo Boat Flotilla on escort and minelaying duties in the northern Adriatic. She was sunk or scuttled at Trieste on 30 April or 1 May 1945. She was raised in June 1946, probably to remove her as a navigation hazard, only to be scuttled again in either July 1946 or in 1947. The Beograd class was developed from a French design, and the name ship of the class, Beograd, was built by Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire at Nantes, France. The ship had an overall length of 98 m (321 ft 6 in), a beam of 9.45 m (31 ft), and a normal draught of 3.18 m (10 ft 5 in). Her standard displacement was 1,210 tonnes (1,190 long tons), increasing to 1,655 tonnes (1,629 long tons) at full load. The crew consisted of 145 officers and enlisted men. The ship was powered by Curtis steam turbines driving two propellers, using steam generated by three Yarrow water-tube boilers. Her turbines were rated between 40,000–44,000 shaft horsepower (30,000–33,000 kW) and she was designed to reach a top speed of 38–39 knots (70–72 km/h; 44–45 mph), although she was only able to reach a practical top speed of 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) in service. She carried 120 tonnes (120 long tons) of fuel oil, which gave her an action radius of 1,000 nautical miles (1,900 km; 1,200 mi). Her main armament consisted of four Škoda 120 mm (4.7 in) L/46 superfiring guns in single mounts, two forward of the superstructure and two aft, protected by gun shields. Her secondary armament consisted of four Bofors 40 mm (1.6 in) anti-aircraft guns in two twin mounts,[2][5][6] located on either side of the aft shelter deck. She was also equipped with two triple mounts of 550 mm (22 in) torpedo tubes and two machine guns. Her fire-control system was provided by the Dutch firm of Hazemayer. As built, she could also carry 30 naval mines. She was laid down in 1936, launched on 23 December 1937, and was commissioned into the Royal Yugoslav Navy (Serbo-Croatian: Kraljevska Jugoslovenska Ratna Mornarica, KJRM) on 28 April 1939. Tier VI Premium Destroyer Beograd __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 12800 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 4 × single 120 mm (4.7 in) guns Reload TIme: 8.1 s 180 Turn Time: 26.1 Maximum Dispersion: 102 m Maximum HE Shell Damage: 2050 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 9.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 19 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2200 Main Battery Firing Range: 11.0 km ___________________________________________ TORPEDOES 2 × triple 550 mm (22 in) torpedo tubes Torpedo Range: 9.5 km Torpedo Speed: 58 knots Maximum Damage: 15170 Reload Time: 82.0 s ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × twin 40 mm (1.6 in) AA guns 2 × single machine guns AA Reinforcement: 50 % Sector Reinforcement time: 5 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 5 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 38.0 knots Turning Circle Radius: 640 m Rudder Shift Time: 2.0 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: Detectability Range By Air: Assured Detectability Range: Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 16 mm Armor Belt: 17 mm Superstructure: 12 mm _____________________________________________ AMMUNITION & CONSUMABLES Damage Control Party Action Time 5s Reload Time For I 85.5 s Reload Time For II 57 s Smoke Action Time 20 s Smoke Screen Dispersion Time 81 s Action Radius 0.54 km Relaod Time For I 240 s Relaod Time For II 160 s Engine Boost Maximum Speed +8 % Action Time 120 s Reload Time For I 180 s Reload Time For II 120 s __________________________________________
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    Norway WW2 Destroyer Gyller

    HNoMS Gyller was a Sleipner-class destroyer commissioned into the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1938. Along with the other Sleipner-class vessels in commission at that time, she took part in protecting Norwegian neutrality during the Second World War. After initially serving in the far north during the Finno-Soviet Winter War, she was redeployed to Southern Norway, escorting ships through Norwegian territorial waters. When the Germans invaded Norway on 9 April 1940, she was docked at Kristiansand. After taking part in the defence of the port city, she was captured intact by the invading Germans. Renamed Löwe, she sailed with Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine for the duration of the war. Gyller was built at Karljohansvern naval shipyard and had yard number 125. She was launched on 7 July 1938 Gyller had four torpedo tubes, instead of the two which were standard in the rest of her class. Tier III Premium Destroyer Gyller __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hit Points: 8 500 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 3 × 1 102 mm main guns Reload TIme: 5.3 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 88 m Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1600 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 6.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 16 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 1800 Main Battery Firing Range: 9.5 km __________________________________________ TORPEDOES 2 × 2 533 mm torpedo tubes Reload Time: 43.0 s Maximum Damage: 12000 Torpedo Range: 6.1 km Torpedo Speed: 56 knots ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 1 × 1 40 mm Bofors L/60 2 × 1 12.7 mm Colt Mid-range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 50 % Sector Reinforcement time: 5 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 5 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 32.0 knots Turning Circle Radius: 500 m Rudder Shift Time: 3.6 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 6.0 km Detectability Range By Air: 2.2 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 2.0 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 6 mm Armor Belt: 6 mm Superstruture : 6 mm ____________________________________________ CONSUMABLES Damage Control Party Action Time 5s Reload Time For I 60 s Reload Time For II 40 s Smoke Action Time 20 s Smoke Screen Dispersion Time 65 s Action Radius 0.50 km Relaod Time For I 240 s Relaod Time For II 160 s Engine Boost Maximum Speed +8 % Action Time 120 s Reload Time For I 180 s Reload Time For II 120 s __________________________________________ PICTURES FROM OTHER SLEIPNER CLASS DESTROYERS
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    Finland WW2 Battleship Ilmarinen 

    Thank you for helping me with this I am really bad at stats and stuff
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    Norway WW2 Cruiser Norge (May not work )

    Why so angry? its just a exemple dude I dont care if they never get added I only show this if this could work in the game
  7. Henning_15

    Suggestion Swedish ships - example minor nation

    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. Her cost was approximately 12 million kronor in 1912, and the entire sum was raised in public in a nationwide fundraising campaign that gained over 15 million (approximately 650 MKr, in 2005 Kr). The fundraising was done because of the Karl Staaff government's reluctance to spend money on a new battleship. Sweden was not immune from the naval arms race in the early 20th century. After the dissolving of the union with Norway in 1905, the situation was tense with the Russian Empire in the east, Germany south of the Baltic Sea, and Norway, traditionally an Anglophile country. In 1911, battle-ready units from the Royal Navy and the German Imperial navy cruised around in the North Sea. War was close. As the latest Swedish coastal battleship Oscar II was a typical pre-dreadnought ship (2× 8 in (203 mm) guns, 17.8 knots (33.0 km/h; 20.5 mph)), the need for a new class of ships was pressing. Seaworthiness, armament, armour and speed, all had to be improved according to the multiple new technologies that had arrived. Tier III Premium Battleship Gustav V __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 31 500 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 4 × Bofors 283 mm gun M/1912 (2×2) Reload TIme: 30 s 180 Turn Time: 45 Maximum Dispersion: 160 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 5200 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 30 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 60 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 7800 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.1 SECONDARY ARMAMENT 6 × 152 mm/50cal. Bofors QF M/1912 (1×2, 4×1) Reload Time: 7.4 s Firing Range: 3.0 km Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1400 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 6.1 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 15 mm ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2x2 75mm/60 M28 Bofors 3x2 40mm Bofors 2x2 25mm/58 Model 1932 Bofors 3x1 20mm/66 Model 1940 Bofors 2x2 8mm/75,8cal. AA MG M/1936 Mid-Range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 22.5 knots Turning Circle Radius: 450 m Rudder Shift Time: 10.1 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 13.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 6.5 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 10.5 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Conning Tower: 250 mm Belt: 200 mm Turrets: 200 mm Citadel: 100 mm Deck: 18–28 mm
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    Finland WW2 Battleship Ilmarinen 

    Ilmarinen was a Finnish Navy Panssarilaiva ("Armored ship"; a coastal defence ship by British classification). The unit was constructed at the Crichton-Vulcan shipyard in Turku, Finland, and named after the mythological hero Ilmarinen from the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala. Ilmarinen was the flagship of the Navy from 1 May 1933 until her demise on 13 September 1941. The vessels had a compact design, with a high mast and large turrets for main and secondary artillery. Foreign comments on their design ranged from puns to praise. Not truly designed for open sea operations, the ships had a tendency to roll slowly and widely even in moderate seas. Travel on them was unpleasant, but deemed safe. Additional keels were later fitted, which improved the situation somewhat. Väinämöinen and Ilmarinen had a displacement of 3,900 tonnes, a maximum length of 93 metres (305 ft), and a draught of 4.50 metres (14.8 ft). Requirements of speed and range were moderate, as they were expected to operate near their home bases. Both vessels were equipped with four diesel engines that powered two electrical engines. These generated a total of 4,800 horsepower (3,600 kW). There were also two smaller 100 hp (75 kW) auxiliary diesel engines. Maximum speed was 14.5 knots (26.9 km/h; 16.7 mph), and range was limited by the vessels' carrying capacity of only 93 tonnes of diesel oil. The four 254 mm (10 in) Bofors guns were massive for vessels of this size, and they could hurl a 225 kg (496 lb) shell up to 31 kilometres (19 mi). The secondary artillery consisted of eight 105 mm (4 in) dual-purpose Bofors guns in four turrets. These were the primary defense against fast torpedo boats and aircraft. Additionally, the ships were equipped with four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns (initially British-made "pom-pom" guns, which, after mediocre performance in the Winter War, were replaced with Bofors guns) and two Madsen 20 mm cannons (later increased to eight). The purpose of the coastal defence ships was to prevent landing operations and naval blockades that threatened vital sea trade. Thanks to the construction of vast defensive systems during the czarist era, Finland had strong coastal artillery in permanent positions. These defenses were to be supplemented with minefields in times of unrest. One of the main purposes of the navy was to buy time for ground forces to deploy to the islands in the Archipelago. In these confined spaces, coastal defence ships armed with 254 mm main artillery would have been a tough opponent for any ship of the era. The Soviet Baltic Fleet was the obvious threat, and the Finnish vessels were meant to deter the largest Soviet ships, such as the battleships Marat and Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya, as well as the cruiser Kirov, from venturing too close to Finnish shores. Tier II Premium Battleship Ilmarinen __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 31000 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 4 × 2 254 mm (10 in)/45 cal Bofors guns (2 × 2) Reload TIme: 30 s 180 Turn Time: 50 Maximum Dispersion: 150 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 5100 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 30 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 60 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 7900 Main Battery Firing Range: 15.0 km SECONDARY ARMAMENT 8 × 4 105 mm (4 in)/50 cal Bofors DP guns (4 × 2) Reload Time: 7.2 s Firing Range: 5.0 km Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1500 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 5.5 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 16 mm ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 4 × 254 mm/45 cal Bofors guns (2 × 2) 8 × 105 mm/50 cal Bofors DP guns (4 × 2) 4 × 40 mm/56 cal Bofors AA M/36S guns (1 × 2, 2 × 1) 4 × 20 mm/60 cal Madsen AA guns (4 × 1) AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 % Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 % ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 17.0 knots Turning Circle Radius: 440 m Rudder Shift Time: 10.0 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 13.1 km Detectability Range By Air: 6.4 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 10.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 18 mm Armor Belt: 130 mm Conning Tower: 250 mm
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    Sweden WW2 Battleship Gustav V

    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. Her cost was approximately 12 million kronor in 1912, and the entire sum was raised in public in a nationwide fundraising campaign that gained over 15 million (approximately 650 MKr, in 2005 Kr). The fundraising was done because of the Karl Staaff government's reluctance to spend money on a new battleship. Sweden was not immune from the naval arms race in the early 20th century. After the dissolving of the union with Norway in 1905, the situation was tense with the Russian Empire in the east, Germany south of the Baltic Sea, and Norway, traditionally an Anglophile country. In 1911, battle-ready units from the Royal Navy and the German Imperial navy cruised around in the North Sea. War was close. As the latest Swedish coastal battleship Oscar II was a typical pre-dreadnought ship (2× 8 in (203 mm) guns, 17.8 knots (33.0 km/h; 20.5 mph)), the need for a new class of ships was pressing. Seaworthiness, armament, armour and speed, all had to be improved according to the multiple new technologies that had arrived. Tier III Premium Battleship Gustav V __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 31 500 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 4 × 2 Bofors 283 mm gun M/1912 (2×2) Reload TIme: 30 s 180 Turn Time: 45 Maximum Dispersion: 160 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 5200 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 30 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 60 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 7800 Main Battery Firing Range: 14.0 km SECONDARY ARMAMENT 6 × 1 152 mm/50cal. Bofors QF M/1912 (1×2, 4×1) Reload Time: 7.4 s Firing Range: 3.0 km Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1400 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 6.1 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 15 mm ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2x2 75mm/60 M28 Bofors 3x2 40mm Bofors 2x2 25mm/58 Model 1932 Bofors 3x1 20mm/66 Model 1940 Bofors 2x2 8mm/75,8cal. AA MG M/1936 Mid-Range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 22.5 knots Turning Circle Radius: 450 m Rudder Shift Time: 10.1 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 13.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 6.5 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 10.5 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Conning Tower: 250 mm Belt: 200 mm Turrets: 200 mm Citadel: 100 mm Deck: 18–28 mm
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    Denmark WW2 Cruiser Niels Juel

    HDMS Niels Juel was a training ship built for the Royal Danish Navy between 1914 and 1923. Originally designed before World War I as a monitor, construction was slowed by the war and she was redesigned as a training cruiser. Completed in 1923 she made training cruises to the Black and Mediterranean Seas, South America and numerous shorter visits to ports in northern Europe. The ship often served as a flagship and occasionally was used as a royal yacht for visits to overseas possessions and other countries. Niels Juel was extensively modernized in the mid-1930s and remained operational after Nazi Germany occupied Denmark in 1940. When the Germans attempted to seize the Danish Fleet in August 1943, the ship attempted to escape to Sweden, but was attacked and damaged by German bombers. She was deliberately run aground by her crew to deny the ship to the Germans, but Niels Juel was not badly damaged. The ship was refloated several months later and repaired by the Germans. They renamed her Nordland and used her as a training ship. She was scuttled by them in May 1945 and her wreck was salvaged in 1952. Niels Juel was originally intended to be an improved version of Peder Skram, a Herluf Trolle-class coastal defence ship. Like that class, she had a very low freeboard, and was intended to be armed with two 30.5-centimeter (12 in) guns in single gun turrets fore and aft of the superstructure and a secondary armament of eight 10.5-centimeter (4.1 in) guns. The Danes ordered the main guns and their turrets from Krupp of Germany in July, a month before the start of World War I, but the order was suspended when the war began. After being laid down in September 1914, construction of the ship was severely delayed by shortages of labor and material and she was not launched until 1918. Reports from battles between the British and the Germans caused the Danes to change her secondary armament to 120-millimeter (4.7 in) guns in 1917, but work stopped completely when the war ended on 11 November 1918. Danish politicians believed that the 30.5-centimeter guns could be viewed as provocative by their neighbors and they decided to convert the ship into an innocuous training ship by adding an extra deck to the existing hull and changing the main armament to 15-centimeter (5.9 in) guns. The new design was approved in 1920 and the ship was completed in 1923. Tier III Premium Cruiser Niels Juel __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 19 100 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 10 × 1 150 mm (5.9 in) guns Reload TIme: 8.0 s 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 106 m Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1400 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 7.0 HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 17 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2800 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.8 ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × 57 mm (2.2 in) AA guns Mid-Range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 14.5 knots Turning Circle Radius: 510 Rudder Shift Time: 7.7 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 10.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.0 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 4.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Belt: 155–195 mm (6.1–7.7 in) Deck: 55 mm (2.2 in) Conning tower: 170 mm (6.7 in) _____________________________________________
  11. HNoMS Norge was a coastal defence ship of the Eidsvold-class in the Royal Norwegian Navy. Built by Armstrong Whitworth at Newcastle on Tyne, she was torpedoed and sunk by German destroyers in Narvik harbour on 9 April 1940. She was Built as part of the general rearmament in the time leading up to the events in 1905, Norge remained, along with her sister-ship Eidsvold, the backbone of the Royal Norwegian Navy for just over 40 years. Norge and Eidsvold were the largest vessels in the Royal Norwegian Navy, displacing 4,233 tons and crewed by 270 men. Both vessels were considered to be quite powerful for their time, with two 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns as their main armament. They were armoured to withstand battle with ships of a similar size, with 6 inches (15.24 cm) of Krupp cementedarmour in the belt and 9 inches (22.86 cm) of the same armour on the two gun turrets. Tier III Premium Cruiser Norge __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 19 050 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 6 × 1 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns None Historical 2 x 1 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns None Historical 2 × 1 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns Historical Reload TIme: 8.5 s 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 108 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1300 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 5.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 18 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2400 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.5 SECONDARY ARMAMENT 6 × 1 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns Historical 6 × 1 7.6 cm (3 inch) guns Historical Reload Time: 3.0 s Firing Range: 5.0 km Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1100 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 4.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 14 mm ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × 76 mm anti-aircraft guns 2 × 20 mm Oerlikon guns 2 × 12.7 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns 4 × 7.92 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns Mid range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 17.2 knots Turning Circle Radius: 500 m Rudder Shift Time: 8.1 ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 10.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.3 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 4.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 50 mm Armor Belt: 152mm Conning Tower: 229 mm ____________________________________________
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    Scandinavian Ships

    HNoMS Norge was a coastal defence ship of the Eidsvold-class in the Royal Norwegian Navy. Built by Armstrong Whitworth at Newcastle on Tyne, she was torpedoed and sunk by German destroyers in Narvik harbour on 9 April 1940. She was Built as part of the general rearmament in the time leading up to the events in 1905, Norge remained, along with her sister-ship Eidsvold, the backbone of the Royal Norwegian Navy for just over 40 years. Norge and Eidsvold were the largest vessels in the Royal Norwegian Navy, displacing 4,233 tons and crewed by 270 men. Both vessels were considered to be quite powerful for their time, with two 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns as their main armament. They were armoured to withstand battle with ships of a similar size, with 6 inches (15.24 cm) of Krupp cementedarmour in the belt and 9 inches (22.86 cm) of the same armour on the two gun turrets. Tier II Premium Cruiser Norge __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 19 050 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 8 × 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns Reload TIme: 8.5 s 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 108 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1300 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 5.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 18 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2400 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.5 ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × 76 mm anti-aircraft guns 2 × 20 mm Oerlikon guns 2 × 12.7 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns 4 × 7.92 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns Mid range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 17.2 knots Turning Circle Radius: 500 m Rudder Shift Time: 8.1 ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 10.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.3 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 4.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 50 mm Armor Belt: 152mm Conning Tower: 229 mm
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    KNM Sleipner

    Is it possible to have all the guns as main guns?
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    Scandinavian Tech Tree :)

    I know there are a lot of people that want there own ship from theyre own country and I am here to share my ship I want in the game from my country. And I know that this ship is never going to be added to the game but who knows maybe in the furture HNoMS Norge was a coastal defence ship of the Eidsvold-class in the Royal Norwegian Navy. Built by Armstrong Whitworth at Newcastle on Tyne, she was torpedoed and sunk by German destroyers in Narvik harbour on 9 April 1940. She was Built as part of the general rearmament in the time leading up to the events in 1905, Norge remained, along with her sister-ship Eidsvold, the backbone of the Royal Norwegian Navy for just over 40 years. Norge and Eidsvold were the largest vessels in the Royal Norwegian Navy, displacing 4,233 tons and crewed by 270 men. Both vessels were considered to be quite powerful for their time, with two 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns as their main armament. They were armoured to withstand battle with ships of a similar size, with 6 inches (15.24 cm) of Krupp cementedarmour in the belt and 9 inches (22.86 cm) of the same armour on the two gun turrets. Tier III Premium Cruiser Norge __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 19 050 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 2 × 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns 6 × 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns 6 × 7.6 cm (3 inch) guns Reload TIme: 8.5 s 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 108 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1300 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 5.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 18 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2400 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.5 ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × 76 mm anti-aircraft guns 2 × 20 mm Oerlikon guns 2 × 12.7 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns 4 × 7.92 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns Mid range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 17.2 knots Turning Circle Radius: 500 m Rudder Shift Time: 8.1 ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 10.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.3 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 4.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 50 mm Armor Belt: 152mm Conning Tower: 229 mm
  15. Henning_15

    KNM Sleipner

    I know there are a lot of people that want there own ship from theyre own country and I am here to share my ship I want in the game from my country. And I know that this ship is never going to be added to the game but who knows maybe in the furture HNoMS Norge was a coastal defence ship of the Eidsvold-class in the Royal Norwegian Navy. Built by Armstrong Whitworth at Newcastle on Tyne, she was torpedoed and sunk by German destroyers in Narvik harbour on 9 April 1940. She was Built as part of the general rearmament in the time leading up to the events in 1905, Norge remained, along with her sister-ship Eidsvold, the backbone of the Royal Norwegian Navy for just over 40 years. Norge and Eidsvold were the largest vessels in the Royal Norwegian Navy, displacing 4,233 tons and crewed by 270 men. Both vessels were considered to be quite powerful for their time, with two 21 cm (8.26 inch) guns as their main armament. They were armoured to withstand battle with ships of a similar size, with 6 inches (15.24 cm) of Krupp cementedarmour in the belt and 9 inches (22.86 cm) of the same armour on the two gun turrets. Tier III Premium Cruiser Norge __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 19 050 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 8 × 15 cm (5.90 inch) guns Reload TIme: 8.5 s 180 Turn Time: 18.0 s Maximum Dispersion: 108 Maximum HE Shell Damage: 1300 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 5.0 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 18 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2400 Main Battery Firing Range: 10.5 ___________________________________________ AA DEFENCE 2 × 76 mm anti-aircraft guns 2 × 20 mm Oerlikon guns 2 × 12.7 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns 4 × 7.92 mm Colt anti-aircraft machine guns Mid range AA guns AA Reinforcement: 25 % Sector Reinforcement time: 10 s Sector Reinforcement shift time: 10 s ____________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 17.2 knots Turning Circle Radius: 500 m Rudder Shift Time: 8.1 ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 10.2 km Detectability Range By Air: 4.3 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 4.6 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Deck: 50 mm Armor Belt: 152mm Conning Tower: 229 mm
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