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|1. 16 Destroyer, 1100 -1300 ts.|
1a. Destroyer "Broke"-Class, 1480 ts.
2. Minesweeper, 830 ts.
2a. Minesweeper, 710 ts.
3. Heavy cruiser "York", 175 m long, 17,4 m beam, 8250 ts.
4. Guardboat "Kingsfisher"-Class, 510 - 530 ts.
5. Light Cruiser "Emerald", 7500 ts.
6. Light Cruiser "D"-Class, 4850 ts.
7. Light Cruiser "Calypso"-Cla...
|Laid down 1984, launched 1990, work stopped. Unneeded by the Ukrainian Navy. Estimated 96% complete and requiring $30 million to complete in January 30, 2007.|
The design started in the late 1960s and was based around the P-500 Bazalt missile, as a less expensive, conventional alternative to the nuclear powered Kirov class battlecruiser. There was a long delay in the programme, wh...
2. Seagoing s/ms
4. Hipper class cruiser
5. K class cruiser
6. 3 Oceangoing s/ms
7. Cruiser Minelayers
8. Torpedo Boats
9. 3 seagoing s/ms
10. Sail Training Ship
11. Destroyer under repair
12. Tanker 570'
13. Tanker 570'
14. Liner 500'
15. Tanker 400'
|The following ships can be identify on the photo: |
Two Amagi-Katsuragi class carrier, one Ise class battleship and one Aoba class heavy cruiser.
|This yacht belonged to Karl Dönitz, was a German naval Commander who served in the Imperial German Navy during World War I, and during World War II. A military trophy of the USSR after the World War II. This photo is made in the Southern bay of Sevastopol. On the yacht repair work at this time was spent.||09/26/2009||1,089|
|RAF reconnaissance photo showing Köln moored in the Fætten Fjord northeast of Trondheim, Norway, 19 Jul 1942, photo 2 of 3.|
Köln was a German light cruiser prior to and during World War II, one of three K-Class cruisers named after cities starting with the letter K. This ship was named after the city of Köln (Cologne). The others in her class were the Königsberg and the Karlsruhe...
|The Sverdlov Class cruisers, Soviet designation Project 68B, were the last conventional cruisers built for the Soviet Navy, 13 ships were completed before Nikita Khrushchev called a halt to the programme as these ships were considered obsolescent with the advent of the guided missile. They were improved and slightly enlarged versions of the Chapayev class cruiser. |
|USS Long Beach (CLGN-160/CGN-160/CGN-9) was a guided missile cruiser in the United States Navy. She was the only ship of her class. |
Long Beach was the first "all-new" cruiser designed and constructed after World War II (all others were completions or conversions of cruisers begun or completed during the war). She was the third Navy ship named after the city of Long Beach, Califo...
|USS Long Beach (CLGN-160/CGN-160/CGN-9) was a nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser in the United States Navy. She was the only ship of her class.|
Long Beach was the first "all-new" cruiser designed and constructed after World War II (all others were completions or conversions of cruisers begun or completed during the war).[disputed – discuss] She was ...
|Kara-Kul crater lake Tajikistan. The crater is 52 km in diameter and is estimated to be less than 5 million years old.||10/21/2005||1,037|
|Between 1971 and 1972, it was converted to the Mod-Romeo version (Project 633RV) to serve as missile testbed. In 1995, it was converted again to serve as a floating battery recharging station.||09/26/2009||805|
|Murmansk (Russian: Мурманск) was a light cruiser project no. 68-bis (Sverdlov class based on a NATO classification) of the Soviet and later the Russian Navy's Northern Fleet.|
She was laid down in Severodvinsk in 1953 and commissioned on 22 September 1955. In 1994 she was sold to India for scrapping but ran aground off Norway at Sørv...
|The United States Navy designed the Cleveland class of light cruisers for World War II with the goal of increased range and AA armament as compared with earlier classes.|
Although 39 ships were projected to be built, only 27 were actually commissioned. Two additional ships, USS Fargo (CL-106) and USS Huntington (CL-107) were completed to a slightly different design, with a more co...