HMS Faulknor


The Faulknor class were originally a class of flotilla leaders under construction for the Chilean navy. When the war broke out, they were purchased by the Royal Navy and commissioned under the names of famous British captains. They are heavily armed for their size, but have a rather short range.

Ship data

Relative combat value: 319

Basic damage control capacity: 148%


Displacement: 1610 tons

Length: 101 m

Width: 10 m

Draught: 3 m

Standard crew: 197


Maximum speed (undamaged): 31 knots

Endurance: 2594 km

Coal capacity: 516 tons

Armour protection

Conning tower armour: 0

Hull armour: 0

Main belt armour: 0

Deck armour: 0

Best armour type: None


6 x 4in QF Mk VI, centrally controlled. Ammo: 720 rounds

2 x 2-pdr Mk II Pom-poms, locally controlled. Ammo: 1600 rounds

4 x 21in Mk II(E) Torpedoes, centrally controlled. Ammo: 4 torpedoes

Ships in classEdit

  • Faulknor (ex Almirante Simpson)
  • Broke (ex Almirante Goñi)
  • Botha (ex Almirante Williams Rebolledo)
  • Tipperary (ex Almirante Riveros)