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  1. Henning_15

    Greek WW2 Battleship Georgios Averof

    Georgios Averof is a modified Pisa-class armored cruiser built in Italy for the Royal Hellenic Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. The ship served as the Greek flagship during most of the first half of the century. Although popularly known as a battleship in Greek, she is in fact an armored cruiser its the only ship of this type still in existence. The ship was initially ordered by the Italian Regia Marina, but budgetary constraints led Italy to offer it for sale to international customers. With the bequest of the wealthy benefactor George Averoff as down payment, Greece acquired the ship in 1909. Launched in 1910, Averof arrived in Greece in September 1911. The most modern warship in the Aegean at the time, she served as the flagship of admiral Pavlos Kountouriotis in the First Balkan War, and played a major role in the establishment of Greek predominance over the Ottoman Navy and the incorporation of many Aegean islands to Greece. The ship continued to serve in World War I, the Greco-Turkish War of 1919–1922, and the interwar period, receiving a modernization in France in 1925 to 1927. Following the German invasion of Greece in April 1941, Averof participated in the exodus of the Greek fleet to Egypt. Hopelessly obsolete and prone to mechanical breakdowns, she nevertheless spent the next three years as a convoy escort and guard ship in the Indian Ocean and at the Suez Canal. In October 1944, she carried the Greek government in exileback to liberated Athens, after the withdrawal of the German army. In 1952, she was decommissioned, before being moved to Poros, where she was berthed from 1956 to 1983. From 1984 until today, she has been reinstated on active duty as museum ship in the Naval Tradition Park in Faliro. After maintenance in late 2017, she achieved seaworthiness state once again, allowing the ship to sail (towed) accompanied by Greek frigate Kountouriotis to Thessaloniki Greece where she received more than 130,000 visitors over her 53-day stay. Tier II Premium Battleship Georgios Averof __________________________________________ SURVIVABILITY Hitpoints: 31 100 __________________________________________ ARTILLERY 2 × twin 234 mm (9.2 in) guns Reload TIme: 30 s 180 Turn Time: 40 s Maximum Dispersion: 160 m Maximum HE Shell Damage: 5000 Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target: 29 % HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 50 mm Maximum AP Shell Damage: 7500 Main Battery Firing Range: 11.82 km ___________________________________________ SECONDARY ARMAMENT 4 × twin 190 mm (7.5 in) guns 16 × single 76 mm (3 in) guns 4 × single 47 mm (1.85 in) guns Firing Range 3 km. Reload Time 4 sec. Maximum HE Shell Damage 1400 Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell 5 % ___________________________________________ MANEUVERABILITY Maximum Speed: 23.5 knots Turning Circle Radius: 460 m Rudder Shift Time: 10.2 s ____________________________________________ CONCEALMENT Detectability Range By Sea: 11.50 km Detectability Range By Air: 5.60 km Assured Detectability Range: 2.0 km Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 9.0 km ____________________________________________ ARMOR LAYOUT Belt: 200 mm (7.9 in) midships, 80 mm (3.15 in) at ends Deck: up to 40 mm (1.6 in) Turrets: 200 mm (7.9 in) at 234mm turrets, 175 mm (6.9 in) at 190mm turrets Conning tower: up to 180 mm (7.1 ___________________________________________ AMMUNITION & CONSUMABLES Damage Control Party Action Time 5s Reload Time For I 85.5 s Reload Time For II 57 s Repair Party HP Per Second +143 Action Time 28 s Reload Time For I 114 s Reload Time For II 76 s ____________________________________________
  2. telxinos

    Fatal wrecks in Greece WWI and WWII

    We play a game and have fun but it was not fun at all buring those days many people lost theyr life and very often forgoten From my point of view make no difference warships or merchants ships history own to this people Some of those wrecks happen to bee in Greece so im going to present those as a tribute to this people SS ORGIA WWII 4000 ITALIAN POWS LOST http://www.ww2wrecks.com/portfolio/oria-shipwreck-the-watery-grave-of-4000-pows-in-1944/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Oria_(1920) HMS Perseus (N36) WW II 61 lost 1 survived https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Perseus_(N36) http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-15959067 HMHS Britannic WWI 30 lost 1035 survived https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMHS_Britannic
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisa-class_cruiser 4 × 234mm (9.2in) guns (2 × 2)8 × 190mm (7.5in) guns (4 × 2)16 × 76mm (3in) guns4 × 47 mm (1.85in) guns3 × 430mm (17in) torpedo tubes Why not have it as a premium ship....
  4. I'm from Chios a very beautifull island in Greece and EVERY year we have an event which is very popular worldwide!!! I think you guys will love it .... Every neibourhood build ships a whole year and at the new Years eve we show it to the people of chios and they decde which is the best ... !!! I will leave u a link of how awesome is it and how proud am i that i ve been born in an island with sooo many Sailors, Captains !!! This video is in greek language ... u can watch additional videos if u search this : " αγιοβασιλιατικα καραβακια χιου " u wont regret it