Japanese destroyer Shimakaze
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- Japanese destroyer Shimakaze (1920), an Minekaze-class destroyer launched in 1920, renamed Patrol Boat No.1 in 1940 and sunk in 1943.
- Japanese destroyer Shimakaze (1942), a one-off World War II period super-destroyer launched in 1942, sunk in 1944
- Super Shimakaze-class destroyer, a projected class of destroyers that was cancelled in 1942.
Shimakaze (しまかぜ?, "island wind") may also refer to:
- JDS Shimakaze (DDG-172), a Hatakaze-class guided missile destroyer commissioned in 1988 and operated by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF).
- JS Shimakaze (CL-59), a Suzukaze-class patrol boat operated by the Japan Coast Guard (JCG).
Shimakaze (島風?, "island wind") may also refer to:
- Shimakaze-class battlecruiser, a fictional class of spaceships in the Robotech universe.
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