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D'Estienne D'Orves Class Corvette

France, Quebec, Turkey

- Thanks to 'Werewolf'

F 783 Drogou
F 785 Jean Moulin
F 789 Lieutenant De Vaisseau Le Henaff
F 790 Lieutenant De Vaisseau Lavallee
F 791 Commandant L'Herminier
F 792 Premier Maitre L'Her
F 793 Commandant Blaison
F 794 Enseigne De Vaisseau Jacoubet

Turkey

?? TCG Bandirma (ex Quartier Maitre Anquetil)
?? TCG Bozcaada (ex Commandant De Pimodan)
?? TCG Bodrum (ex Commandant Drogon)
?? TCG Beycoz (ex D'Estienne D'Orves)
?? TCG Bartin (ex Amyot D'Inville)
?? TCG Bafra (Second Maitre Le Bihan)

Quebec

F 010 QNS Lucien Bouchard  (ex Commandant Ducuing)
F 011 QNS Therese Casgrain (ex Commandant Bouan)
F 012 QNS Marguerite Bourgeoys(exCommandantBirot)
F 013 QNS George Vanier  (ex Detroyat)

  In the days of the French Empire, the D'Estienne D'Orves class of corvettes were naval 'fire-trucks', sent all over the world to quench the hot spots of the French domain.  Eighteen of these ships were built, though 6 were sold to Turkey, and 4 were given to Quebec, once they separated from Canada.

 

 

 

Travel Move: 20/20
Fuel Cap: 5 000
Fuel Consum: 250
Armament:  1x 100mm Gun

ASW Missile Launcher

2x 20mm Autocannon

2x Exocet Launchers

Config: Vessel
Tonnage: 1 170
Ammo: 950x 100mm, 14x ASW Missiles, 2x Exocet SSM, 11 000x 20mm Propulsion:

2x Diesel Engines in 2 Shafts

Fuel Type: G, A, D
Length: 76.9 meters
Draft: 3 meters RADAR Sign: 2
Speed: 20 SONAR Sign: 2
Turn: 3 Hull Armour: 14
Acceleration: 1 Waterline Armour: 14
Pumps: 4 Superstructure Arm: 14
Night Vision: White Light, IR, Radar, Active Sonar Size: 3
Load: 2x Landing craft, 80x Commandos Full Speed: 20 boxes (ea. box = 20 float. hits)
Min/Opt Crew: 72/105 Dead In Water: 20 boxes (ea. box = 20 float. hits)
Mnt: 24 Sunk: 20 boxes (ea. box = 20 float. hits)

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