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reytuerto
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: July 5th, 2017, 5:26 pm
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For the next challenge... post Dreadnought ;) !


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Keisser
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: July 5th, 2017, 6:21 pm
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Drawing a Victorian Era cuiser was really competitive task. Here is my work:
Hybrid (armored+protected, thus = belted) cruiser Ilf, made with tech level of 1900.
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Displacement: 6 210 tons normal, 6 622 tons full load
Length/Beam/Draft: 149 m/15 m/6,7 m
Main battery: 8x1 180 mm/52 guns
Armor: 76 mm belt + 25 mm multiple protected decks, 152 mm conning towers
Engines: coal fired boilers, vertical triple expansion engines, 13 500 ihp, 21.2 kts
Range: 3000 miles at 12 kts
And a 1930s refit (yup, I know that she looks odd)
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Displacement: 6 210 tons normal, 6 518 tons full load
Main battery: 8x1 180 mm/52 guns
AA and secondaries: 10x1 45 mm guns, 2x1 76 mm guns
Armor: 76 mm belt + 35...40 mm protected decks, 152 mm conning towers
Engines: oil fired boilers, steam turbines, 50 000 ihp, 29.92 kts
Range: 4000 nm at 14 kts

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APDAF
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: July 6th, 2017, 1:42 pm
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My entry will arrive soon

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Have a look at my AU-----> viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1739


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Charguizard
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: July 25th, 2017, 11:43 pm
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I'm back from my vacations and glad to be back to bucketing.
Thanks to everyone who posted their ships! I think this became a pretty good thread already.

@WWII44 I think your ship would look absolutely great with a little freshening up, things like stays on the funnels and a bit of shading go a long way.

@Keisser, I still feel the remodel's funnels are hugetastic, but the comparison between them is very interesting.

And of course I'm very intimate with Regia's cruiser and have a high opinion of it.

Threads in SB remain open indefinitely unless something odd happens so I'd like to encourage anyone else who feels like drawing a Victorian cruiser to post it up. I sure would like to come back here with a new drawing later on.


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Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 15th, 2017, 6:30 am
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I'll work on one when I get some free time.

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Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 15th, 2017, 5:40 pm
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I bring you the ship of Discord infamy, the heavy armored cruiser Aggerberg. Imperialists beware!
Laid down in 1900, commissioned in 1902.
And as for her service record, well, it can be summed up by quoting Kane of Command & Conquer. "You can't kill the Messiah."

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Displacement:
9,905 t light; 10,570 t standard; 14,000 t normal; 16,744 t full load

Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
(437.50 ft / 423.00 ft) x 65.62 ft x (25.00 / 29.29 ft)
(133.35 m / 128.93 m) x 20.00 m x (7.62 / 8.93 m)

Armor:
4" hull and battery armor
5.5" turret armor
7" barbette and conning tower armor
2" deck

Armament:
4x10"
14x7"
12x3"
4x47mm
2x18" submerged torpedo tubes

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Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 15th, 2017, 6:52 pm
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ABetterName wrote: *
Displacement:
9,905 t light; 10,570 t standard; 14,000 t normal; 16,744 t full load

Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
(437.50 ft / 423.00 ft) x 65.62 ft x (25.00 / 29.29 ft)
(133.35 m / 128.93 m) x 20.00 m x (7.62 / 8.93 m)
This looks like a beginning of SS report, would like to see rest of it.

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Charguizard
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 15th, 2017, 6:53 pm
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I would've liked if you had included that she comes from a playthrough of Rule The Waves and the little story that came from there.

I'm sure that game will inspire me and others' steam creations for a while.


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RegiaMarina1939
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 15th, 2017, 7:14 pm
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On vacation right now, will be back Saturday. I'd like to finish another entry before school resumes. Ships look good everyone! I second char and Keisser regarding ABN's cruiser.

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reytuerto
Post subject: Re: Late Victorian Cruiser ChallengePosted: August 16th, 2017, 12:21 am
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Holly cow! That cruiser is far more armoured than the last ones of my Navy! I will invoke the "escalation clause"! (and I think that I will have severe problems to equal your secondary battery).
Very nice ship, A better name. And yes, it is an intimidating one!


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