FAIRMILE D MOTOR TORPEDO BOAT

Anatomy of the Ship Series
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Binding:Hardcover
Published:July 1, 2005
By John Lambert (Author)

The Fairmile Type D torpedo/gun boat was the most heavily armed coastal vessel regularly employed by Allied forces in World War II. With a top speed of 31 knots and an 80-ton displacement, the boat was a potent force in protecting littoral waterways and was tasked with performing anti-submarine and mine warfare operations. This heavily illustrated volume covers the development, armament, and specifications of the Type D as well as all of the principle design variations, including long-range air-sea rescue craft. First published in 1985 and back by popular demand, this reprint contains a new fold-out large-scale plan of the Fairmile on the reverse of the book jacket.

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  • Subject: Ship Design & Reference
  • Hardcover : 120 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9781844860067
  • Product Dimensions: 9 X 10 in
  • Shipping Weight: 18.13 oz

JOHN LAMBERT spent nine years in the Royal Navy where he acquired his detailed technical knowledge of warships. His subsequent research on small warships and naval weaponry, combined with his remarkable technical drawing skills, let to the creation of a body of work some of which is displayed in this volume. He died in 2015.

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