French cruiser Tourville

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Tourville
Tourville (cruiser)- SLV H91.325-30.jpg
Tourville in 1929
History
France
Name: Tourville
Namesake: Anne Hilarion de Tourville
Builder: Lorient Navy Yard
Laid down: 14 April 1925
Launched: 24 August 1926
Commissioned: 1 December 1928
Fate: Condemned 8 March 1962
General characteristics
Class and type: Duquesne-class cruiser
Displacement:
  • 10,000 tonnes (standard)
  • 12,200 tons (full load)
Length: 191 m (626 ft 8 in) overall
Beam: 19 m (62 ft 4 in)
Draught: 6.32 m (20 ft 9 in)
Propulsion: 4-shaft Rateau-Bretagne single-reduction geared turbines; 9 Guyot boilers; 120,000 shp (89 MW)
Speed: 33.75 knots (38.84 mph; 62.51 km/h)
Range: 4,500 nautical miles (5,200 mi; 8,300 km) at 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h)
Complement: 605
Armament:
Armour:
Aircraft carried: 2 GL-812 (superseded by GL-832 then Loire-Nieuport 130, 1 catapult)

Tourville was a French Duquesne-class heavy cruiser that served during World War II.