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HMS Canada (1913)

Super-Dreadnought Battleship

HMS Canada (1913)

Super-Dreadnought Battleship

OVERVIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
SHIPS-IN-CLASS
ARMAMENT
HISTORY
MEDIA
OVERVIEW



HMS Canada began her service life with the British Royal Navy in World War 1 and was then sold to the Chilean Navy in 1920.
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ORIGIN: United Kingdom
YEAR: 1915
SHIP CLASS: Iron Duke-class
SHIPS-IN-CLASS (2): HMS Canada (Almirante Latorre); HMS Eagle (Almirante Cochran)
OPERATORS: United Kingdom; Chile (Almirante Latorre)
SPECIFICATIONS



Unless otherwise noted the presented statistics below pertain to the base HMS Canada (1913) design. Common measurements, and their respective conversions, are shown when possible.
CREW: 1,176
LENGTH: 661 feet (201.47 meters)
BEAM: 92 feet (28.04 meters)
DRAUGHT: 29 feet (8.84 meters)
DISPLACEMENT (SURFACE): 32,120 tons
PROPULSION: 21 x Yarrow boilers with low pressure Parsons steam turbines and high pressure Brown-Curtis steam turbines generating 37,000 shaft horsepower.
SPEED (SURFACE): 23 knots (26 miles-per-hour)
RANGE: 4,402 nautical miles (5,066 miles; 8,153 kilometers)
ARMAMENT



10 x BL 14-inch (356mm) /45 caliber main guns
12 x 6-inch (152mm) guns
2 x 3-inch (76mm) anti-aircraft guns
4 x 3-pdr guns
4 x 21" (533mm) torpedo tubes
AIR WING



None.




MEDIA