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Hai Ning 1933

Ships


Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
海寧 [Hai Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai 1.1932 10.10.1932 1932 sunk 14.7.1938
南寧 [Kiang Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai 1.1932 10.10.1932 1932 captured by Japan 11.11.1937
武寧 [Wu Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   23.2.1933 1933 sunk 1938
遂寧 [Sui Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   23.2.1933 1933 sunk 13.7.1938
威寧 [Wei Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   10.10.1933 1933 stricken 1949
肅寧 [Su Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   10.10.1933 1933 sunk 1938
重寧 [Chung Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   17.2.1934 1934 sunk 3.7.1938
伊寧 [Yi Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   17.2.1934 1934 stricken 1949
常寧 [Chang Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   14.6.1934 1934 sunk 3.7.1938
成寧 [Cheng Ning]     Kiangnan DYd, Shanghai   14.6.1934 1934 sunk 1938


Technical data


Displacement standard, t

300

Displacement full, t 
Length, m

42.7 pp 43.5 oa

Breadth, m

6.10

Draught, m

2.38

No of shafts

1

Machinery

1 VTE, 1 boiler

Power, h. p.

600

Max speed, kts

10

Fuel, tcoal
Endurance, nm(kts) 
Armament

2 x 1 - 57/40 Hotchkiss or 2 x 1 - 40/39 2pdr QF Mk II, 3 x 1 - 7.7/87

Complement44


Standard scale images


<i>Hai Ning </i>1933
Hai Ning 1933


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<i>Hai Ning </i> 1933
Hai Ning 1933


Project history

Built in Shanghai in 1931-1934 with technical assistance of German consortium HAPRO. Steel hull with a forecastle. Some had two 40mm pompoms. Since a beginning of war in 1937 they were used also as minelayers. Under some data, the eleventh ship of a class, Tai Ning (first Chinese ship with an all-welded hull) was laid down; Japanese captured her in Shanghai at slipway and broken up.

Modernizations

1937, all: + mines

Naval service

Kiang Ning 11.11.1937 was captured by Japanese at Shanghai. Chung Ning and Chang Ning were sunk by Japanese aircraft on Yangtze between Matang and Hankow (Wuhan) 3.7.1938; Sui Ning was sunk in the same place 13.7.1938. Hai Ning 14.7.1938 was sunk by Japanese aircraft on the lake Poyang Hu. Wu Ning, Suh Ning and Cheng Ning in 1938 were sunk by Japanese aircraft on river Ming in province Fujian.

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