|Length||472.5 feet (oa)|
|Armament||6 6" guns (6x1) 3 4" AA guns (3x1) 2 2pdr AA (2x1) 12 21" torpedo tubes (4x3)|
|Max speed||29 knots|
|Engines||Geared turbines, 4 shafts|
|Notes on class||Developed from the Cairo-class.
HMS Delhi was rearmed as an Anti-Aircraft cruiser in 1942, for details see her page.
All ships of the D class
|HMS Danae (D 44) (To the Polish Navy as Conrad)|
|HMS Dauntless (D 45)|
|HMS Delhi (D 74)|
|HMS Despatch (D 30)|
|HMS Diomede (D 92)|
|HMS Dragon (D 46) (To the Polish Navy as Dragon)|
|HMS Dunedin (D 93)||Lost on 24 Nov 1941|
|HMS Durban (D 99)||Lost on 9 Jun 1944|
|ORP Conrad (D 44) (ex. HMS Danae)|
|ORP Dragon (D 46) (ex. HMS Dragon)||Lost on 8 Jul 1944|
See all Light cruiser classes.
Queen Mary and the Cruiser
Thomas, David A. and Patrick Holmes
Books dealing with this subject include:
HMAS Sydney, Frame, T.R., 1993