1933 French Net-laying Ship Le Gladiateur

LE GLADIATEUR

Free ship plans of the French Navy Mine Warfare Ship Le Gladiateur (The Gladiator).

free ship plans Le Gladiateur French Navy
Ship Lines Plan French Navy net-laying ship Le Gladiateur

A net-laying ship, Le Gladiateur was built at Arsenal de Lorient. Keel laid 1932, she was launched 10/04/1933. She was scuttled at Toulon 11/27/1942 by her own crew to avoid capture. Ship was salvaged by Italians 03/30/1943 but later captured by Germans and commissioned them in January 1944 as SG18. She was bombed and sunk by Allied aircraft 4/2/1944.

Dimensions

Displacement standard: 1858 tons
Displacement full: 2293 tons
Length: 113.0 meters
Breadth: 7.12 meters
Draught: 3.50 Meters
No of shafts: 2
Machinery: Parsons geared steam turbines, two Indret boilers
Power: 6000 hp
Max speed: 18 kts
Fuel: oil, 399 tons
Armament: 4 x 1 – 90/50 M1926, 6 x 1 – 8/80, nets
Crew Complement: 132

free ship plans Le Gladiateur French Navy
Ships accommodations plan French Navy net-layer Le Gladiateur
free ship plans Le Gladiateur French Navy
Outoboard Profile Plan French Navy net-laying ship Le Gladiateur
free ship plans Le Gladiateur French Navy
Ships Deck Plan French Navy net-laying ship Le Gladiateur

 

 

 

Please Support The Model Shipwright

TheModelShipwright.com is entirely user supported. If you find something of value here, please “pay it forward” and help us keep the site operating by a secure donation through PayPal ( PayPal account is not required).

Thank you for your support!

How Valuable to You is TheModelShipwright.com?





One thought on “1933 French Net-laying Ship Le Gladiateur”

Leave a Reply

How to Build First-Class Ship Models from Kits or From Scratch Using Actual Ship Plans