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Thursday, February 13th 2020, 4:58pm

Author: M_Fredi

Gigant Class

Thank you. I sorry for not answer before. I am on vacations and is hard to get internet.

Monday, February 10th 2020, 8:28am

Author: M_Fredi

Gigant Class

Yes it is. I was looking foward to make a cruiser more acceptable to the end of the 20´s to add to my "personal fleet" and with a good fire power

Sunday, February 9th 2020, 9:16pm

Author: M_Fredi

Gigant Class

Gigant Class, Hevy Cruiser establecido en 1929 Displacement: 10.804 t light; 11.297 t standard; 12.453 t normal; 13.377 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 613,52 ft / 613,52 ft x 60,70 ft (Bulges 65,62 ft) x 19,69 ft (normal load) 187,00 m / 187,00 m x 18,50 m (Bulges 20,00 m) x 6,00 m Armament: 10 - 8,00" / 203 mm guns (4 mounts), 256,00lbs / 116,12kg shells, 1929 Model Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes) on centreline ends, evenly spread, 3 raised mounts ...

Tuesday, January 14th 2020, 3:47am

Author: M_Fredi

Zonda-I The Responsable Of My Dead

Well. Planebuldier is a living hell. Maybe it's just that I don't have enough practice, anyway, I finally made it. I am not sure if this plane is acceptable or not, but I am satisfied with myself for doing so. I have a final project in planebuilder, but I would like to learn more before starting, I hope to have your advice and help. Zonda-I The Zonda-I was created to be equipped in the catapults of different ships of the navy and as an scout plane. Also was considered useful as a fighter in case...

Thursday, January 9th 2020, 3:43am

Author: M_Fredi

Hunter Class Destroyer

I must have misclicked, it was pretend to have geared drives, I sorry about that mistake. I never took the steadiness in consideration so I never used it. Was interesting to say the least. Hunter Class, Destroyer laid down 1923 Displacement: 1.472 t light; 1.522 t standard; 1.617 t normal; 1.693 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 351,65 ft / 344,49 ft x 29,86 ft x 12,80 ft (normal load) 107,18 m / 105,00 m x 9,10 m x 3,90 m Armament: 6 - 4,00" / 102 mm guns (3x2 guns...

Wednesday, January 8th 2020, 11:15pm

Author: M_Fredi

Hunter Class Destroyer

Okay, then. I couldn't took the a beam to 10,5 but I go as close as a could. Hunter Class, Destroyer laid down 1923 Displacement: 1.497 t light; 1.539 t standard; 1.635 t normal; 1.711 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 350,46 ft / 344,49 ft x 30,18 ft x 12,80 ft (normal load) 106,82 m / 105,00 m x 9,20 m x 3,90 m Armament: 3 - 4,00" / 102 mm guns in single mounts, 32,00lbs / 14,51kg shells, 1917 Model Quick firing guns in deck mounts on centreline ends, majority for...

Tuesday, January 7th 2020, 11:44pm

Author: M_Fredi

Hunter Class Destroyer

This was a big problem. This was the first time I use the block coefficient. So I don't know if this is a destroyer or the most expensive and immobile submarine in history. Hunter Class, Destroyer laid down 1923 Displacement: 1.526 t light; 1.569 t standard; 1.665 t normal; 1.743 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 350,46 ft / 344,49 ft x 28,22 ft x 12,47 ft (normal load) 106,82 m / 105,00 m x 8,60 m x 3,80 m Armament: 3 - 4,00" / 102 mm guns in single mounts, 32,00lb...

Saturday, January 4th 2020, 10:13pm

Author: M_Fredi

Miracle Class

Your calculations on the freeboard are completly perfect. It took me a while to implement everything, especially because of the speed. Maybe I am beeing to obsesive with the seakeeping, tring to let it in 1 as minimun. For that reason I didn't dare put the speed over 30 knot. With all of your advises I have learn a lot. Thank you. Class Miracle, Hevy Cruiser laid down 1922 Displacement: 9.388 t light; 9.809 t standard; 10.949 t normal; 11.862 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam...

Saturday, January 4th 2020, 2:47am

Author: M_Fredi

Miracle Class

Hello everyone Uff. Feels like ages since I finished this ship the last year, but somehow I keep forgotting it. And just when I remembered it, was far to late. But finally my heavy cruiser is here. When I looked the desing before publish it I realize of how much you have helped me. Thank you all. Class Miracle, Hevy Cruiser laid down 1922 Displacement: 9.233 t light; 9.657 t standard; 10.788 t normal; 11.693 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 617,97 ft / 590,55 ft x ...

Thursday, January 2nd 2020, 2:54am

Author: M_Fredi

The Trumpet Class

That is a good idea. Even when is fun kill a fly with a nuke. Trumpet Class, monitor laid down 1927 Displacement: 11.060 t light; 11.615 t standard; 12.120 t normal; 12.524 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 484,31 ft / 459,32 ft x 75,46 ft (Bulges 98,43 ft) x 17,06 ft (normal load) 147,62 m / 140,00 m x 23,00 m (Bulges 30,00 m) x 5,20 m Armament: 2 - 15,00" / 381 mm guns (1x2 guns), 1.687,50lbs / 765,44kg shells, 1916 Model Breech loading guns in a turret (on a barb...

Wednesday, January 1st 2020, 6:46pm

Author: M_Fredi

The Trumpet Class

Okay, I may be exaggerated with the 16 inches guns. I like the idea of re-use an old gun, I should have thinked about it before. Trumpet Class, Monitor laid down 1927 Displacement: 11.060 t light; 11.615 t standard; 12.120 t normal; 12.524 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 486,72 ft / 459,32 ft x 75,46 ft (Bulges 98,43 ft) x 17,06 ft (normal load) 148,35 m / 140,00 m x 23,00 m (Bulges 30,00 m) x 5,20 m Armament: 2 - 15,00" / 381 mm guns (1x2 guns), 1.687,50lbs / 765...

Monday, December 30th 2019, 7:08am

Author: M_Fredi

The Trumpet Class

Sounds good. After play with that idea for a while I discovered how usefull it is, thanks you. It gave me a the posibility to increse the armor, espesially the deck armor. Also I put it bigger guns (16 inches) and I didn't had to reduce the speed to much. So, here is the result: Trumpet Class, monitor laid down 1927 Displacement: 11.000 t light; 11.615 t standard; 12.120 t normal; 12.524 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 459,32 ft / 459,32 ft x 75,46 ft (Bulges 98,4...

Sunday, December 29th 2019, 3:06am

Author: M_Fredi

The Trumpet Class

Greetings! After some problems with the whole design and a particular problem with the concept, I have the honor of publishing the Trumpet Class. The idea was to make it fast enough to follow the cruising speed of the main fleet, but no more. I'm still not completely sure of that decision. That speed could make the boat too problematic and too easy to catch. I would like to hear your opinions about that and about the ship in general. Trumpet Class, monitor laid down 1927 Displacement: 8.378 t li...

Monday, December 23rd 2019, 9:38pm

Author: M_Fredi

The Cross-Guard Class

Was interesting play with the armor of the barbette and the belt to get a reasonable seekeeping. Cross Guard Class, Battleship laid down 1924 Displacement: 36.249 t light; 38.764 t standard; 41.546 t normal; 43.771 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 737,82 ft / 711,94 ft x 101,71 ft (Bulges 113,19 ft) x 32,81 ft (normal load) 224,89 m / 217,00 m x 31,00 m (Bulges 34,50 m) x 10,00 m Armament: 9 - 16,00" / 406 mm guns (3x3 guns), 2.048,00lbs / 928,96kg shells, 1924 Mod...

Monday, December 23rd 2019, 4:30pm

Author: M_Fredi

The Cross-Guard Class

Thanks to both of you. I will keep working on it.

Sunday, December 22nd 2019, 10:31pm

Author: M_Fredi

The Cross-Guard Class

This is the Cross-Guard Class. This battleship was quite hard to made because of the armor. I had never face the challenge to made a ship with this cuantities of armor. At the start the things went out of hand with the size to try to got more displacement. But at the end I found the way to balance the things and get almost the same ship in less length. Cross Guard Class, Battleship laid down 1924 Displacement: 36.244 t light; 38.764 t standard; 41.546 t normal; 43.771 t full load Dimensions: Len...

Sunday, December 22nd 2019, 1:43am

Author: M_Fredi

SNF Inquebrantable

The 1925 version: SNF Inquebrantable, Battle Cruiser laid down 1925 Displacement: 23.217 t light; 24.491 t standard; 26.371 t normal; 27.875 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught 764,57 ft / 721,78 ft x 78,74 ft x 29,53 ft (normal load) 233,04 m / 220,00 m x 24,00 m x 9,00 m Armament: 10 - 12,00" / 305 mm guns (4 mounts), 864,00lbs / 391,90kg shells, 1925 Model Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes) on centreline ends, evenly spread 8 - 4,00" / 102 mm guns in sin...

Sunday, December 22nd 2019, 1:41am

Author: M_Fredi

SNF Inquebrantable

To be honest I still not completely know how to balance the engine, the armor and the displacement. And, yes these ships are part of an alternative world. The navy that made them is in a lack of budget. The general staff is divided betwen the ones who trust in the power of their army to face an enemie invasion and the few who want to avoid the posibility of the enemies even toching their precious land. The whole idea of the navy that they are trying to create is constructed around the objective ...

Thursday, December 19th 2019, 7:22am

Author: M_Fredi

SNF Inquebrantable

So here is my second post, here is the SNF Inquebrantable (Unbreakable). This battlecriser is, I think, flawless. In other words: It's full of flaws (Well maybe not that bad). To be honest, made this ship was very fun and I can't wait to impruve it. I also made a 1925 version with some little changes, if you want to see it. SNF Inquebrantable, Battle Cruiser laid down 1930 Displacement: 23.138 t light; 24.413 t standard; 26.371 t normal; 27.938 t full load Dimensions: Length overall / water x be...

Wednesday, December 18th 2019, 7:07pm

Author: M_Fredi

My Presentation: The SNF Corvus

I committed one little mistake with the weapons, so here I leave the correction: Armament: 8 - 6,00" / 152 mm guns (4x2 guns), 108,00lbs / 48,99kg shells, 1925 Model Breech loading guns in deck mounts with hoists on centreline ends, evenly spread, 2 raised mounts - superfiring 16 - 0,50" / 12,7 mm guns (4x4 guns), 0,06lbs / 0,03kg shells, 1925 Model Anti-aircraft guns in deck mounts on side, evenly spread 6 - 4,00" / 102 mm guns in single mounts, 32,00lbs / 14,51kg shells, 1925 Model Quick firin...