ArmChairCivvy wrote:- and the platform they are talking about is actually a bigger "Point"; hence they cannot be conversions of those four in use as of now
Page 12 sets the parameters for "the ideal one" https://cdn.flipsnack.com/widget/v2/fli ... llscreen=1Repulse wrote:there are currently four 2nd hand Flensburger-Class up for sale
Timmymagic wrote:The CSG could go to 32 knots....normal speed of advance of a CSG is over 20 knots
Ron5 wrote: the FSSS requirement is 18 knots sustained which seems a trifle odd. But the BMT FSSS design does feature a slimmer hull shape presumably to meet that requirement with a tide power train.
Carrier max speed with war load will be not more than 28/29 knots. As will their escorts.
abc123 wrote:ArmChairCivvy wrote:Why offload in Emden if one is headed for Estonia?
Because Baltic countries have fallen on Day 2 or 3?
A very nice design.Jake1992 wrote:At 238m by 34m
ArmChairCivvy wrote:A very nice design.Jake1992 wrote:At 238m by 34m
With capacity of 5,800 lane meters that is
- much more than the Points (2700)
- and still plenty more than (the 4000 version) proposed as a basis for FLSS https://cdn.flipsnack.com/widget/v2/fli ... llscreen=1
You are right that the Points are coming to "an age" where a conversion (the cost of it) would only make sense if it were "a trial".
- however, going double the size (in lane meters) might be a tad much if the intent is to land and support a force of 120
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