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David Latuch
Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: February 5th, 2016, 1:40 pm
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meyer wrote:
But you have them on the deck view. How else should the aircraft be moved?
Good Catch :!:

I'll work on it. :D

It's fixed. ;)

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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 13th, 2016, 12:57 am
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David,

Sorry to raise the dead, but in doing my quad gun versions I did note a couple of strange bits around the bridge superstructure AA guns. It looks like the 37mm turrets are sited in front of the boat sponson and landing stage, which I think might be a vice-versa situation.


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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 13th, 2016, 4:44 pm
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Krakatoa wrote:
David,

Sorry to raise the dead, but in doing my quad gun versions I did note a couple of strange bits around the bridge superstructure AA guns. It looks like the 37mm turrets are sited in front of the boat sponson and landing stage, which I think might be a vice-versa situation.
Sorry. :oops: It's fixed now. :roll:

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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 15th, 2016, 1:42 pm
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Your port side view should only have one anchor according to you plan view.

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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 15th, 2016, 7:49 pm
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Tempest wrote:
Your port side view should only have one anchor according to you plan view.
You are absolutely correct. I'll fix that oversight :roll:

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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 29th, 2016, 2:53 pm
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David,
Here your SA1 & A3 drawing were wrong (yours drawings show 202 meters perpendiculars => REALITY were 185 meters perpendiculars)
Only the final St Louis "gun-layout" (april 1940) have 202 meters perpendiculars

On my computer I found ... :evil: your 2 versions :evil: (185 meters & 202 meters... for SA1 & A3)
Sign that you confuse the 2 preliminary studies and the final design
(Having both versions, including the good one, it seems to me that I had already alerted you!)
Be serious please :roll:

Don't forget that SA1 & A3 were 1939 preliminary design, the "gun-layout" is the final april 1940 design

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PS 1) : & now your final St-Louis "gun layout" seem even much more wrong (you add additionnal lenght ? :evil: )
PS 2) : even all the 37mm directors disapeared ! :(


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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: December 29th, 2016, 4:35 pm
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Colombamike wrote:
David,
Here your SA1 & A3 drawing were wrong (yours drawings show 202 meters perpendiculars => REALITY were 185 meters perpendiculars)
Only the final St Louis "gun-layout" (april 1940) have 202 meters perpendiculars

On my computer I found ... :evil: your 2 versions :evil: (185 meters & 202 meters... for SA1 & A3)
Sign that you confuse the 2 preliminary studies and the final design
(Having both versions, including the good one, it seems to me that I had already alerted you!)
Be serious please :roll:

Don't forget that SA1 & A3 were 1939 preliminary design, the "gun-layout" is the final april 1940 design

Edit :
PS 1) : & now your final St-Louis "gun layout" seem even much more wrong (you add additionnal lenght ? :evil: )
PS 2) : even all the 37mm directors disapeared ! :(
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Post subject: Re: French Saint Louis Class Heavy CruiserPosted: January 31st, 2018, 6:49 pm
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Other than Saint Louis, there could have been two or three more ships of the class:
-Capricieux
-Dupuy de Lôme
-Pluton (II)

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