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Aldea
Aldea
Name: Aldea Ordered: 1928 Builder: John I. Thornycroft & Company Laid down: 8 March 1928 Launched: 28 November 1928 Commissioned: 26 July 1929 Decommissioned: 21 June 1957 Fate: Scrapped General characteristics Class & type: Serrano-class destroyer Displacement: 1,090 long tons (1,107 t) standard 1,430 long tons (1,453 t) full load Length: 91.44 m (300 ft) Beam: 8.84 m (29 ft) Draught: 3.86 m (12 ft 8 in) Propulsion: 3 ? boilers Parsons-type geared steam turbines 2 shafts 28,000 hp (20,880 kW) Speed: 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) Complement: 130 Armament: 3 ? single 4.7 in (120 mm)/45 caliber guns 1 ? single 3 in (76 mm) DP gun 6 ? 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes Equipped with mine sweeping capability The third Aldea was a Serrano-class destroyer of the Chilean Navy from 1928 to 1967. She was laid down in 1928 by Thornycroft, at Woolston, Hampshire, England. She was launched by Mrs. Berta Castro de Merino (mother of future admiral Jos? Toribio Merino) in November 1928, and commissioned on July 1929. The Aldea was one of six vessels in its class to serve Chile. The class was ordered from the United Kingdom and delivered in 1928 and 1929. Like its sister ships Riquelme and Videla, it was also equipped for duties as a minesweeper. The vessels had a displacement of 1450 tonnes and were armed with three 4.7-inch and one 3-inch DP guns, as well as six 21-inch torpedo tubes. The ships could make 35 knots, but their light build proved unsuitable for the harsh southern waters off Chile's coast.

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