ⓘ Star-class destroyer

                                     

ⓘ Star-class destroyer

The Star -class destroyer was a class of eight destroyers that served in the Royal Navy: Bat, Crane, Chamois, Fawn, Flirt, Flying Fish, Star and Whiting, were all three-funnelled C-class destroyers, as designated in the reorganisation of classes in 1913. Chamois foundered in 1904, the other ships served during the Great War and were broken up in 1919.

They were built by Palmers shipbuilding company, was 215 feet long and displaced 360 tons. Their reed boilers manufactured by HP 5.900 4.400 kW, which gave them 30 knots speed 56 km / h 35 mph. They were armed, was standard with one 12-pounder gun and two torpedo tubes. They carried additional 63 officers and soldiers. Boats were the funnel caps and the steam tube of the funnel was not in the center of the line. They served in the Mediterranean sea and internal waters.

                                     
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