Similar to all ships are a minesweeper, some get to do it again.
Do try to keep up. He's saying that the phrase "All ships are submarines ..." (the previous post) is very much like the phrase "All ships are minesweepers ..." with the same caveat that some lack the ability to perform the function more than once.Send key settings please
No she was a light cruiser.not far off the size of HMS Belfast which was a Heavy Cruiser back in the day
No she was a light cruiser.
Up top 6in gun main arnament - was a light cruiser*
over 6 in was a heavy cruiser
And yes that does mean many light cruisers weighed more than heavy cruisers
- there was also by treaty a 10K Ton weight limit but there was allways a certain amount of creative accounting on that. But even the larger later non treaty 6 inch armed ships were still classed as light cruisers
You are quite right, HMS Belfast was/is a light cruiser.
But with nit-picking hat on, it's "displaced" rather than "weighed".
As were going down the pedantic / semantic route
Are not warships measuderd by what they weigh
Tankers by tonnage they carry
Others by what they displace