|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Amiral Charner||Arsenal de Rochefort||7/1889||18.3.1893||1894||sunk 8.2.1916|
|Bruix||Arsenal de Rochefort||10/1890||3.8.1894||5/1896||stricken 6.1920|
|Chanzy||F C de la Gironde, Bordeaux||1890||24.1.1894||12/1894||wrecked 30.5.1907|
|Latouche-Tréville||Arsenal de Brest||1890||8.10.1892||5/1895||disarmed 5.1919, stricken 9.1920|
|Displacement normal, t||
4681 - 4736
|Displacement full, t|
106.0 pp 110.0 oa
|No of shafts||
Amiral Charner, Chanzy, Latouche-Tréville: 2 HTE, 16 Belleville boilers
Bruix: 2 VTE, 16 Belleville boilers
|Power, h. p.||
Amiral Charner, Chanzy, Latouche-Tréville: 8000
|Max speed, kts||
18.2 - 19
steel; belt: 90, deck: 40 with 45mm slopes, main turrets: 110, CT: 110
2 x 1 - 194/45 M1887, 6 x 1 - 139/45 M1887, 4 x 1 - 65/50 M1891, 4 x 1 - 47/40 M1885, 6 x 5 - 37/20 M1885, 4 - 450 TT (beam, aw)
A class of small armoured cruisers with a The 194mm turrets were fore and aft on the upper deck and the 139mm in single turrets on the beam at main deck level, the sides being recessed above. There was a plough bow, and two heavy military masts and two funnels were shipped.
Complete belt consisted of 3 x 30mm plates on 2 x 10mm skin plating. The belt extended from 1.2m below water to about 2.6m above and there was a curved armour deck rising to 0.4m above water. This was 45mm on the slopes and 40mm on the flat, with a light splinter deck over the machinery spaces. There was a cofferdam to 1.2m above water, and the turrets had 110mm tubes where above the side armour.
1910s, all: military masts were later replaced by poles; - 6 x 5 - 37/20
Chanzy grounded in fog 20.5.1907 in Chinese waters off Chusan Islands, S of Shanghai. Attempts to refloat her failed and she was lost 30.5.1907. The others gave useful service in the First World War. Amiral Charner was torpedoed off Beirut by German submarine U21 8.2.1916 and sank in 4 minutes.