Léon Gambetta Class Armored Cruisers Class Overview

Dimensions, Machinery and Performance
Length:
486' 9" (a)
Engines:
3 four cyl. vertically inverted triple expansion
Beam:
70' 3"
Boilers:
20-28 (c)
Draft:
26' 5" - 27' 7" (max)
Shafts:
3
Displacement:
12,351 (design) (b)
HP:
28,500 ihp
Speed:
22.5 knots (23 knots trials)
Complement: 728 Range: 6,630 NM @ 10 knots / 2,600 NM @ 20 knots
   
Notes
(a):
Victor Hugo 489'
   
(b):
Léon Gambetta 11,959 tons.
Jules Ferry 12,379 tons.
Victor Hugo 13, 108 tons.
   
(c):
Léon Gambetta 28 by Niclausse.
Jules Ferry 20 by Guyot du Temple.
Victor Hugo 20 by Beeville.


Armament
Number
Type
Arrangement
Range / Ceiling
4
7.6"/40 (194mm)
2 Twin turrets
12,500 yards @ 18°
16
6.4"/45 (164.7mm)
6 twin turrets
4 in casemates
10,800 yards @ 15°
   
Notes
Secondary armament varied and sources disagree as to the exact number and type.


Name
Builder
Launched
Completed
Léon Gambetta
Arsenal de Brest
Brest, France
Oct. 26, 1902
July 1905
 
 
Fate
  Sunk April 27, 1915 by KuK U-5
(Linenschiffleutnant Georg Ludwig Ritter von Trapp)

Location: Ionian Sea, 19 miles south of Cape Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy.
(39.32N-18.22E)

At least 684 crewmen lost, 137 survivors picked up by Impavido
and Indomito and other small craft.

Name
Builder
Launched
Completed
Jules Ferry
Arsenal de Cherbourg
Cherbourg, France
Aug. 23, 1903
Sept. 1905
 
 
Fate
  Scrapped after 1927.

Name
Builder
Launched
Completed
Victor Hugo
Arsenal de Lorient
Lorient, France
Mar. 30, 1904
Apr. 16, 1907
 
 
Fate
  Sold Nov. 26, 1930 and scrapped.



Page published Sept. 20, 2020



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