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  1. de Villers, MN Corsaire laid down 1927 (Engine 1934)
  2.  
  3. Displacement:
  4.     9.588 t light; 10.000 t standard; 10.540 t normal; 10.973 t full load
  5.  
  6. Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
  7.     (613,50 ft / 605,97 ft) x 62,34 ft x (20,01 / 20,62 ft)
  8.     (186,99 m / 184,70 m) x 19,00 m  x (6,10 / 6,29 m)
  9.  
  10. Armament:
  11.       8 - 7,99" / 203 mm 50,0 cal guns - 271,17lbs / 123,00kg shells, 90 per gun
  12.       Breech loading guns in turret on barbette mounts, 1924 Model
  13.       1 x Quad mount on centreline, aft deck aft
  14.       1 x Quad mount on centreline, forward deck aft
  15.       8 - 5,46" / 139 mm 40,0 cal guns - 88,18lbs / 40,00kg shells, 120 per gun
  16.       Quick firing guns in turret on barbette mounts, 1927 Model
  17.       2 x Twin mounts on sides, forward deck forward
  18.       2 x Twin mounts on sides, forward deck aft
  19.       4 - 5,46" / 139 mm 40,0 cal guns - 88,18lbs / 40,00kg shells, 120 per gun
  20.       Quick firing guns in turret on barbette mount, 1927 Model
  21.       1 x Quad mount on centreline, forward deck forward
  22.         1 raised mount
  23.       6 - 3,94" / 100 mm 45,0 cal guns - 29,76lbs / 13,50kg shells, 200 per gun
  24.       Anti-air guns in deck mounts, 1927 Model
  25.       6 x Single mounts on sides, forward evenly spread
  26.         6 raised mounts
  27.       6 - 1,46" / 37,0 mm 45,0 cal guns - 1,60lbs / 0,73kg shells, 300 per gun
  28.       Anti-air guns in deck mounts, 1925 Model
  29.       6 x Single mounts on sides, evenly spread
  30.       Weight of broadside 3.416 lbs / 1.549 kg
  31.       Main Torpedoes
  32.       6 - 21,7" / 550 mm, 27,17 ft / 8,28 m torpedoes - 1,856 t each, 11,137 t total
  33.     In 2 sets of deck mounted side rotating tubes
  34.  
  35. Armour:
  36.    - Belts:     Width (max) Length (avg)        Height (avg)
  37.     Main:   1,97" / 50 mm   465,88 ft / 142,00 m    6,56 ft / 2,00 m
  38.     Ends:   Unarmoured
  39.     Upper:  2,56" / 65 mm   213,25 ft / 65,00 m 4,92 ft / 1,50 m
  40.       Main Belt covers 118 % of normal length
  41.       Main Belt inclined -9,00 degrees (positive = in)
  42.  
  43.    - Gun armour:    Face (max)  Other gunhouse (avg)    Barbette/hoist (max)
  44.     Main:   2,56" / 65 mm   1,77" / 45 mm       2,56" / 65 mm
  45.     2nd:    1,77" / 45 mm   0,79" / 20 mm       1,77" / 45 mm
  46.     3rd:    1,77" / 45 mm   0,79" / 20 mm       1,77" / 45 mm
  47.     4th:    0,43" / 11 mm         -               -
  48.  
  49.    - Armoured deck - multiple decks:
  50.     For and Aft decks: 1,97" / 50 mm
  51.  
  52.    - Conning towers: Forward 2,56" / 65 mm, Aft 0,00" / 0 mm
  53.  
  54. Machinery:
  55.     Oil fired boilers, steam turbines,
  56.     Geared drive, 4 shafts, 98.000 shp / 73.108 Kw = 33,03 kts
  57.     Range 4.000nm at 15,00 kts
  58.     Bunker at max displacement = 973 tons
  59.  
  60. Complement:
  61.     519 - 676
  62.  
  63. Cost:
  64.     £3,796 million / $15,184 million
  65.  
  66. Distribution of weights at normal displacement:
  67.     Armament: 788 tons, 7,5 %
  68.        - Guns: 766 tons, 7,3 %
  69.        - Weapons: 22 tons, 0,2 %
  70.     Armour: 1.433 tons, 13,6 %
  71.        - Belts: 365 tons, 3,5 %
  72.        - Armament: 297 tons, 2,8 %
  73.        - Armour Deck: 744 tons, 7,1 %
  74.        - Conning Tower: 27 tons, 0,3 %
  75.     Machinery: 2.819 tons, 26,7 %
  76.     Hull, fittings & equipment: 4.403 tons, 41,8 %
  77.     Fuel, ammunition & stores: 952 tons, 9,0 %
  78.     Miscellaneous weights: 145 tons, 1,4 %
  79.        - Hull below water: 5 tons
  80.        - Hull above water: 5 tons
  81.        - On freeboard deck: 110 tons
  82.        - Above deck: 25 tons
  83.  
  84. Overall survivability and seakeeping ability:
  85.     Survivability (Non-critical penetrating hits needed to sink ship):
  86.       9.690 lbs / 4.396 Kg = 38,0 x 8,0 " / 203 mm shells or 0,9 torpedoes
  87.     Stability (Unstable if below 1.00): 1,05
  88.     Metacentric height 2,7 ft / 0,8 m
  89.     Roll period: 15,9 seconds
  90.     Steadiness  - As gun platform (Average = 50 %): 60 %
  91.             - Recoil effect (Restricted arc if above 1.00): 0,83
  92.     Seaboat quality  (Average = 1.00): 0,98
  93.  
  94. Hull form characteristics:
  95.     Hull has rise forward of midbreak,
  96.       a normal bow and a cruiser stern
  97.     Block coefficient (normal/deep): 0,488 / 0,493
  98.     Length to Beam Ratio: 9,72 : 1
  99.     'Natural speed' for length: 24,62 kts
  100.     Power going to wave formation at top speed: 57 %
  101.     Trim (Max stability = 0, Max steadiness = 100): 61
  102.     Bow angle (Positive = bow angles forward): 16,00 degrees
  103.     Stern overhang: -1,64 ft / -0,50 m
  104.     Freeboard (% = length of deck as a percentage of waterline length):
  105.                 Fore end,    Aft end
  106.        - Forecastle:    16,00 %,  26,25 ft / 8,00 m,  23,29 ft / 7,10 m
  107.        - Forward deck:  44,00 %,  23,29 ft / 7,10 m,  21,98 ft / 6,70 m
  108.        - Aft deck:  22,00 %,  14,11 ft / 4,30 m,  13,45 ft / 4,10 m
  109.        - Quarter deck:  18,00 %,  13,45 ft / 4,10 m,  13,12 ft / 4,00 m
  110.        - Average freeboard:     19,30 ft / 5,88 m
  111.     Ship tends to be wet forward
  112.  
  113. Ship space, strength and comments:
  114.     Space   - Hull below water (magazines/engines, low = better): 113,7 %
  115.         - Above water (accommodation/working, high = better): 174,8 %
  116.     Waterplane Area: 24.896 Square feet or 2.313 Square metres
  117.     Displacement factor (Displacement / loading): 103 %
  118.     Structure weight / hull surface area: 123 lbs/sq ft or 601 Kg/sq metre
  119.     Hull strength (Relative):
  120.         - Cross-sectional: 0,95
  121.         - Longitudinal: 1,46
  122.         - Overall: 1,00
  123.     Cramped machinery, storage, compartmentation space
  124.     Excellent accommodation and workspace room
  125.     Poor seaboat, wet and uncomfortable, reduced performance in heavy weather
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