5 x New Ships - Pan-American TT Cruiser Branch Tiers I to V - CT 12.0

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5 x New Ships - Pan-American TT Cruiser Branch Tiers I to V - CT 12.0

The Pan-American cruisers I-V branch have been added to the game for testing.
 

Branch Features:

  • Good rate of fire, but weak armour and a small supply of HP.
  • A Repair Party that restores 50% of the damage taken to the citadel for Tiers II - V.
  • Access to Hydroacoustic Search at Tier IV and Tier V.
  • Tier IV and Tier V ships are also equipped with torpedoes with average characteristics, which can be used as a last-ditch defense if enemy ships come too close.

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La Argentina - Tier V Pan-American Cruiser

A "dual-purpose" ship—light cruiser and training vessel. La Argentina was designed and built for the Argentine Navy in the U.K. on the basis of the light cruiser Arethusa. It entered the Argentine Navy in 1939 and served until 1974. The ship is represented in the game as of 1939 based on the original blueprints from the British archives.
 
Hit points – 23900
Plating - 13 mm
Fires duration: 30 s
Torpedo protection - 4 %
 
Main battery - 3x3 152 mm
Firing range - 14.5 km
Reload time - 9.5 s
180 degree turn time - 18.0 s
Maximum dispersion - 133 m
Sigma – 2.00
 
Maximum HE shell damage – 2100
HE shell armor penetration - 25 mm
Chance to cause fire – 9%
HE initial velocity - 841 m/s
Maximum AP shell damage - 3100
AP initial velocity - 841 m/s
 
Torpedo tubes - 2x3 533 mm
Maximum damage - 15867
Range - 8.0 km
Speed - 61 kt
Reload time - 72 s
Launcher 180 degree turn time – 7.2 s
Torpedo detectability - 1.3 km
 
Secondary Armament:
4x1 102.0 mm, range  - 4.3 km
Maximum HE shell damage – 1500
Chance to cause fire – 6%. HE initial velocity - 811 m/s
 
AA defense:
AA defense short-range 6x2 25.0 mm - 12x1 7.9 mm:
continuous damage per second - 140
hit probability - 85 %
action zone - 2.5 km
 
AA defense long-range 4x1 102.0 mm:
continuous damage per second - 46
hit probability - 90 %
action zone - 5.8 km
Number of explosions in a salvo - 1
damage within an explosion - 980
action zone 3.5 - 5.8 km
 
Maximum speed - 30.0 kt
Turning circle radius - 610 m
Rudder shift time – 6.8 s
 
Surface detectability – 9.5 km
Air detectability – 6.4 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke  – 4.3 km
 
Available consumables:
Slot 1 - Damage Control Party
Slot 2 - Repair Party
Slot 3 - Hydroacoustic Search
Slot 4 - Fighter

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Córdoba - Tier IV Pan-American Cruiser

This ship is the equivalent of the British Tier IV cruiser Danae. In 1925, two D-class cruisers were transferred to New Zealand, and in 1943-1944 two more were to the Polish Navy. By the early 1930s, the D-class light cruisers (a total of 8 were built) were already outdated and could be sold or transferred to a friendly country. As for the name, in the 20th century, a number of Colombian Navy ships were also known as Córdoba, named after a town in the Bolivar department.
 
Hit points – 20500
Plating - 13 mm
Fires duration: 30 s
Torpedo protection - 4 %
 
Main battery - 6x1 152 mm
Firing range - 12.1 km
Reload time - 8.5 s
180 degree turn time - 18.0 s
Maximum dispersion - 117 m
Sigma – 2.00.

Maximum HE shell damage – 2200
HE shell armour penetration - 25 mm
Chance to cause fire – 12%
HE initial velocity - 853 m/s
Maximum AP shell damage - 2900
AP initial velocity - 853 m/s
 
Torpedo tubes - 4x3 533 mm
Maximum damage - 10000
Range - 6.0 km
Speed - 53 kt
Reload time - 62 s
Launcher 180 degree turn time – 7.2 s
Torpedo detectability - 1.1 km
 
AA defense:
AA defense short-range 6x4 12.7 mm:
continuous damage per second - 53
hit probability - 85 %
action zone - 1.5 km
 
AA defense mid-range 2x8 40.0 mm:
continuous damage per second - 133
hit probability - 90 %
action zone - 2.5 km
 
Maximum speed - 29.0 kt
Turning circle radius - 540 m
Rudder shift time – 5.9 s
 
Surface detectability – 8.0 km
Air detectability – 4.3 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke  – 3.6 km
 
Available consumables:
Slot 1 - Damage Control Party
Slot 2 - Repair Party
Slot 3 - Hydroacoustic Search

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Vicente Guerrero - Tier III Pan-American Cruiser

This is a version of the light cruiser Navarra that served in the Spanish Navy from 1923 to 1956. This Spanish-built ship was based on the British Birmingham-class light cruisers (three ships entered service in 1914), which were the most advanced and successful British cruisers of the time. She was laid down in 1915, first named Reina Victoria Eugenia, and in 1931-1936 re-named República. With the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, it came under the control of the Nationalists and once again re-named Navarra. It had good navigability and relatively high speed for the 1920s. Since Mexico ordered gunboats and patrol ships from Spain in the first half of the 1930s, it can be assumed that they could have also purchased a ship of this type.
 
Hit points – 19600
Plating - 6 mm
Fires duration: 30 s
 
Main battery - 6x1 152 mm
Firing range - 12.1 km
Reload time - 7.0 s
180 degree turn time - 18.0 s
Maximum dispersion - 117 m
Sigma – 2.00
 
Maximum HE shell damage – 2200
HE shell armor penetration - 25 mm
Chance to cause fire – 8%
HE initial velocity - 900 m/s
Maximum AP shell damage - 2900
AP initial velocity - 900 m/s
 
Secondary Armament:
4x1 88.0 mm
range  - 3.2 km
Maximum HE shell damage – 1000
Chance to cause fire – 4%
HE initial velocity - 890 m/s
 
AA defense:
AA defense mid-range 4x1 40.0 mm - 4x1 88.0 mm - 4x1 76.2 mm:
continuous damage per second - 102
hit probability - 90 %
action zone - 3.0 km
 
Maximum speed - 25.0 kt
Turning circle radius - 510 m
Rudder shift time – 6.3 s
 
Surface detectability – 9.6 km
Air detectability – 4.4 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke  – 4.4 km
 
Available consumables:
Slot 1 - Damage Control Party:
  Duration time: 5 s
  Reload time: 60 s
  Equipment is: unlimited
Slot 2 - Repair Party:
  Duration time: 28 s
  HP per second: 98.0
  Reload time: 80 s
  Charges: 3

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Almirante Barroso - Tier II Pan-American Cruiser

The Armoured Cruiser Almirante Barroso was built by order of Brazil in Great Britain and served in the Brazilian Navy between 1896 and 1931. She was named after the famous Admiral of the Imperial Brazilian Navy who bore the title Baron of Amazonas. She entered has gone down in history as the first Brazilian ship to be equipped with a radiotelegraph.
 
Hit points – 15300
Plating - 6 mm
Fires duration: 30 s
 
Main battery - 6x1 152 mm
Firing range - 10.1 km
Reload time - 8.0 s
180 degree turn time - 22.5 s
Maximum dispersion - 91 m
Sigma – 2.00
 
Maximum HE shell damage – 2100
HE shell armor penetration - 25 mm
Chance to cause fire – 7%
HE initial velocity - 853 m/s
Maximum AP shell damage - 3000
AP initial velocity - 853 m/s
 
Secondary Armament:
4x1 120.0 mm
range - 3.2 km
Maximum HE shell damage – 1700
Chance to cause fire – 4%
HE initial velocity - 675 m/s
 
Maximum speed - 20.2 kt
Turning circle radius - 370 m
Rudder shift time – 4.3 s
 
Surface detectability – 8.6 km
Air detectability – 3.3 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke  – 3.8 km
 
Available consumables:
Slot 1 - Damage Control Party 
Slot 2 - Repair Party

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Hercules - Tier I Pan-American Cruiser

A River-class frigate built in Canada in 1942 for the British Navy under the name HMS Adur. That same year, she was transferred to the US Navy, where she was renamed USS Asheville, and took part in the Battle of the Atlantic. After the war, she was decommissioned from the US Navy and, in 1946, sold to Argentina, where it was at first named Hercules, and from 1961, Juan B. Azopardo. She served in the Argentine Navy until 1969.
 
Hit points – 6300
Plating - 6 mm
Fires duration: 30 s
Torpedo protection - 7 %
 
Main battery - 2x2 102 mm
Firing range - 8.8 km
Reload time - 4.0 s
180 degree turn time - 22.5 s
Maximum dispersion - 81 m
Sigma – 2.00
 
Maximum HE shell damage – 750
HE shell armor penetration - 17 mm
Chance to cause fire – 6%
HE initial velocity - 811 m/s
 
AA defense:
AA defense short-range 4x1 20.0 mm:
continuous damage per second - 53
hit probability - 85 %
action zone - 2.0 km
 
Maximum speed - 20.3 kt
Turning circle radius - 320 m
Rudder shift time – 3.0 s
 
Surface detectability – 6.4 km
Air detectability – 4.7 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke  – 2.1 km
 
Available consumables:
Slot 1 - Damage Control Party
 
All stats are listed without crew and upgrade modifiers but with best available modules. The stats are subject to change at any time.
 
Please note! that all information in this post is preliminary. Announced adjustments and features may change multiple times during testing. The final information will be published stated as Released on our WGB website.
 
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