|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|湖鹏 [No7 Hu Peng]||Kawasaki, Kobe, Japan||2.1906||10.6.1906||1906||sunk 1.10.1937|
|湖活 [No8 Hu Oah]||Kawasaki, Kobe, Japan||2.1906||10.6.1906||1906||sunk 8.10.1937|
|湖鹰 [No9 Hu Ying]||Kawasaki, Kobe, Japan||5.1906||17.11.1906||1907||sunk 9.8.1938|
|湖隼 [No10 Hu Chen]||Kawasaki, Kobe, Japan||5.1906||17.11.1906||1907||sunk 3.10.1937|
|Displacement normal, t||
|Displacement full, t||~120|
40.9 pp 41.1 oa
|No of shafts||
1 VTE, 2 boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
2 x 1 - 47/40 Hotchkiss, 1 - 450 TT (bow), 2 x 1 - 450 TT
"Kawasaki-Normand" type. Boats were built under Chinese order in Japan under drawings of Schichau, but with Normand boilers. To the beginning of 1930s they can make about 13kts.
Hu Peng 7 was sunk 1.10.1937 by Japanese aircraft on Yangtze at Jiangyin; she was salvaged by Japanese in the early 1938 and commissioned, but her further name and fate are unknown. Hu Oah 8 was sunk 8.10.1937 by Japanese aircraft on Yangtze at Zhenjiang; she was salvaged by Japanese in the early 1938 and commissioned by IJN as Kawasemi, in December, 1939 she was transferred to puppet Nanjing government as Hai Ching; exact data on further fate is absent (according to some information, she was lost in 1940 as result of navigating accident). Hu Ying 9 was sunk 9.8.1938 by Japanese aircraft on Yangtze between Matang and Hankow. Fate of Hu Chen 10 is unknown, there are 2 variants: 1) in 1942 she was still a part of residuals of Chinese Navy and 2) she was sunk 3.10.1937 by Japanese aircraft.
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