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FRENCH NAVY (FRANCE)

ESCORTS

NAVARIN patrol vessels (1918)

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
Bautzen   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 8/1918 14/9/1918 11/1918 sold 1923
Cerisoles   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 8/1918 25/9/1918 11/1918 foundered 24/11/1918
Inkermann   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 1918 3/10/1918 11/1918 foundered 24/11/1918
Leoben   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 6/1918 29/8/1918 11/1918 deleted 1923
Lutzen   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 6/1918 31/8/1918 11/1918 wrecked 3/2/1939
Malakoff   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 9/1918 1/10/1918 11/1918 sold 1951
Mantoue   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 5/1918 13/8/1918 9/1918 sold 1922
Navarin   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 5/1918 29/7/1918 9/1918 sold 1925
Palestro   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 6/1918 19/8/1918 10/1918 cargo ship 1923
Sebastopol   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 1918 30/9/1918 11/1918 wrecked 15/9/1933
Seneff   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 1918 20/9/1918 11/1918 sold 1929
St-Georges   Canadian Car Co, Fort William, Canada 1918 21/8/1918 11/1918 sold 1925

  

Displacement normal, t

640

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

 

Breadth, m

 

Draught, m

 

No of shafts

1

Machinery

VTE

Power, h. p.

500

Max speed, kts

11

Fuel, t

 

Endurance, nm(kts)  

Armament

1 x 1 - 100/45 M1893

Complement

31

Ship project history: Patrol trawlers, suffered from very bad stability.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: Cerisoles and Inkermann were lost with all hands 24/11/1918 on Lake Superior during a storm on passage to Boston. Survived ships were later disarmed at Boston.

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14