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|大鷹 [[Taiyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1941)|Taiyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||6 Jan 1940||19 Sept 1940||5 Sept 1941<br>[[Kasuga-maru (Japanese merchant aircraft carrier, 1941)|Kasuga-maru]] ([[Merchant Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|M-CV]])||1 May 1941 mobilized<br>1 Aug 1942 acquired<br>31 Aug 1942 [[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]] '''Taiyo'''<br>18 Aug 1944 sunk (torpedoed)<br>10 Oct 1944 disc||owned by [[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]]<br>South China Sea<br>(18.16N/120.20E)<br>by [[USS Rasher (SS-269)]]
|大鷹 [[Taiyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1941)|Taiyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||6 Jan 1940||19 Sept 1940||5 Sept 1941<br>[[Kasuga-maru (Japanese merchant aircraft carrier, 1941)|Kasuga-maru]] ([[Merchant Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|M-CV]])||1 May 1941 mobilized<br>1 Aug 1942 acquired<br>31 Aug 1942 [[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]] '''Taiyo'''<br>18 Aug 1944 sunk (torpedoed)<br>10 Oct 1944 disc||owned by [[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]]<br>South China Sea<br>(18.16N/120.20E)<br>by [[USS Rasher (SS-269)]]
|雲鷹 [[Unyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1941)|Unyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||?||31 Oct 1939||31 Jul 1940<br>as [[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]] SS [[Yawata-maru]]||21 Oct 1941 Mobilized<br>25 Nov 1941 Classified ([[Merchant Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|M-CV]])<br>31 May 1942 Completed<br>1 Aug 1942 Acquired<br>Renamed as Unyo ([[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]])<br>16 Sept 1944 Sunk (Torpedoed)<br>10 Nov 1944 Discarded||South China Sea (19.18N/116.26E)<br>by [[USS Barb (SS-220)]]
|雲鷹 [[Unyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1941)|Unyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||9 May 1938||31 Oct 1939||31 Jul 1940<br>[[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]] SS [[Yawata-maru]]||21 Oct 1941 mobilized<br>25 Nov 1941 [[Merchant Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|M-CV]]<br>31 May 1942 completed<br>1 Aug 1942 acquired<br>[[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]] '''Unyo'''<br>16 Sept 1944 sunk (torpedoed)<br>10 Nov 1944 disc||South China Sea<br>(19.18N/116.26E)<br>by [[USS Barb (SS-220)]]
|沖鷹 [[Chuyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1942)|Chuyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||?||20 May 1939||23 Mar 1940<br>as [[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]] SS [[Nitta-maru]]||12 Sept 1941 Mobilized<br>1 Aug 1942 Acquired<br>20 Aug 1942 Renamed as Chuyo<br>25 Nov 1942 Completed ([[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]])<br>4 Dec 1943 Sunk (Torpedoed)<br>5 Feb 1944 Discarded||Off Hachijojima (32.37N/143.39E)<br>by [[USS Sailfish (SS-192)]]
|沖鷹 [[Chuyo (Japanese aircraft carrier, 1942)|Chuyo]]||-||[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Nagasaki|MHI Nagasaki]]||14 Dec 1938||20 May 1939||23 Mar 1940<br>[[Nippon Yusen Line|NYK]] SS [[Nitta-maru]]||12 Sept 1941 mobilized<br>1 Aug 1942 acquired<br>20 Aug 1942 '''Chuyo'''<br>25 Nov 1942 completed ([[Aircraft carrier (Japanese Navy)|CV]])<br>4 Dec 1943 sunk (torpedoed)<br>5 Feb 1944 disc||off Hachijojima<br>(32.37N/143.39E)<br>by [[USS Sailfish (SS-192)]]

Latest revision as of 01:18, 19 August 2020

Taiyo class aircraft carriers 大鷹級航空母艦


Displacement: 17,830t standard, 19,700t trial
Dimension: 168.0m pp, 173.7m wl, 180.2m oa x 22.5m x 7.74m (Taiyo 8.00m)
Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbine, 4 boilers, 25,200shp = 21kt
Armament: 8-12.7cm/40 AA guns (4 twins) / Taiyo 6-12cm/45 AA guns (6 singles), 8-25mm AA MGs, 27 aircraft
Complement: 850 / Taiyo 747


Name Plan Builder Laid down Launched Comp History Note
大鷹 Taiyo - MHI Nagasaki 6 Jan 1940 19 Sept 1940 5 Sept 1941
Kasuga-maru (M-CV)
1 May 1941 mobilized
1 Aug 1942 acquired
31 Aug 1942 CV Taiyo
18 Aug 1944 sunk (torpedoed)
10 Oct 1944 disc
owned by NYK
South China Sea
by USS Rasher (SS-269)
雲鷹 Unyo - MHI Nagasaki 9 May 1938 31 Oct 1939 31 Jul 1940
NYK SS Yawata-maru
21 Oct 1941 mobilized
25 Nov 1941 M-CV
31 May 1942 completed
1 Aug 1942 acquired
CV Unyo
16 Sept 1944 sunk (torpedoed)
10 Nov 1944 disc
South China Sea
by USS Barb (SS-220)
沖鷹 Chuyo - MHI Nagasaki 14 Dec 1938 20 May 1939 23 Mar 1940
NYK SS Nitta-maru
12 Sept 1941 mobilized
1 Aug 1942 acquired
20 Aug 1942 Chuyo
25 Nov 1942 completed (CV)
4 Dec 1943 sunk (torpedoed)
5 Feb 1944 disc
off Hachijojima
by USS Sailfish (SS-192)

Warships of Japanese Navy (italic incomplete)
Capital ShipsAzuma class (Azuma), Ryujo class (Ryujo), Fuso class (Fuso), Kongo class (Kongo, Hiei), Chinen class (Chinen), Fuji class (Fuji, Yashima), Shikishima class (Shikishima, Hatsuse), Asahi class (Asahi), Mikasa class (Mikasa), Iwami class (Iwami), Sagami class (Sagami, Suwo), Hizen class (Hizen), Tango class (Tango), Iki class (Iki), Mishima class (Mishima, Okinoshima), Tsukuba class (Tsukuba, Ikoma), Kashima class (Kashima, Katori), Satsuma class (Satsuma, Aki), Ibuki class (Ibuki, Kurama), Settsu class (Settsu, Kawachi), Kongo class (Kongo, Hiei, Haruna, Kirishima), Fuso class (Fuso, Yamashiro), Ise class (Ise, Hyuga), Nagato class (Nagato, Mutsu), Kaga class (Kaga, Tosa), Amagi class (Amagi, Akagi, Takao, Atago), Kii class (Kii, Owari, No11, No12), No 13 class (No13, No14, No15, No16), Yamato class (Yamato, Musashi, Shinano, No110), B64 type
Aircraft CarriersHosho class (Hosho), Shokaku class (Shokaku), Akagi class (Akagi), Kaga class (Kaga), Ryujo class (Ryujo), Soryu class (Soryu), Hiryu class (Hiryu), Shokaku class (Shokaku, Zuikaku), Zuiho class (Zuiho, Shoho), Ryuho class (Ryuho), Junyo class (Junyo, Hiyo), Taiho class (Taiho), Chitose class (Chitose, Chiyoda), Shinano class (Shinano), Unryu class (Unryu, Amagi, Katsuragi, Kasagi, Ikoma, Aso), Ibuki class (Ibuki), Taiyo class (Taiyo, Unyo, Chuyo), Kaiyo class (Kaiyo), Shinyo class (Shinyo)
CruisersNaniwa class (Naniwa, Takachiho), Unebi class (Unebi), Matsushima class (Matsushima, Itsukushima, Hashidate), Akitsushima class (Akitsushima), Yoshino class (Yoshino), Izumi class (Izumi), Saien class (Saien), Chiyoda class (Chiyoda), Suma class (Suma, Akashi), Takasago class (Takasago), Kasagi class (Kasagi, Chitose), Asama class (Asama, Tokiwa), Yakumo class (Yakumo), Azuma class (Azuma), Izumo class (Izumo, Iwate), Tsushima class (Tsushima, Niitaka), Kasuga class (Kasuga, Nisshin), Otowa class (Otowa), Aso class (Aso), Soya class (Soya), Tsugaru class (Tsugaru), Suzuya class (Suzuya), Tone class (Tone), Yodo class (Yodo, Mogami), Chikuma class (Chikuma, Hirato, Yahagi), Tenryu class (Tenryu, Tatsuta), Kuma class (Kuma, Tama, Kiso, Oi, Kitakami), Nagara class (Nagara, Isuzu, Yura, Natori, Kinu, Abukuma), Sendai class (Sendai, Jintsu, Naka, Kako), Yubari class (Yubari), Furutaka class (Furutaka, Kako), Aoba class (Aoba, Kinugasa), Myoko class (Myoko, Nachi, Haguro, Ashigara), Takao class (Takao, Atago, Chokai, Maya), Mogami class (Mogami, Mikuma, Suzuya, Kumano), Tone class (Tone, Chikuma), Katori class (Katori, Kashima, Kashii, Kashihara), Agano class (Agano, Noshiro, Yahagi, Sakawa), Ioshima class (Ioshima, Yasoshima), Oyodo class (Oyodo, Niyodo), Ibuki class (Ibuki, No301)
Gunboats or CorvettesKanrin-maru class (Kanrin-Maru, Choyo-Maru), Kanko-maru class (Kanko-Maru), Tsukuba class (Tsukuba), Raiden class (Raiden), Yoshun class (Yoshun), Kasuga class (Kasuga), Fujiyama class (Fujiyama), Chiyodagata class (Chiyodagata), Teibo class (Dai 1 Teibo, Dai 2 Teibo), Moshun class (Moshun), Unyo class (Unyo), Hosho class (Hosho), Nisshin class (Nisshin), Asama class (Asama), Kenko class (Kenko), Seiki class (Seiki), Jingei class (Jingei), Amagi class (Amagi), Banjo class (Banjo), Tsukushi class (Tsukushi), Kaimon class (Kaimon), Tenryu class (Tenryu), Katsuragi class (Katsuragi, Yamato, Musashi), Maya class (Maya, Chokai, Atago, Akagi), Takao class (Takao), Yaeyama class (Yaeyama), Chishima class (Chishima), Oshima class (Oshima), Tatsuta class (Tatsuta), Heien class (Heien), Soko class (Soko), Chinto class (Chinto, Chinzei, Chinnan, Chinhoku, Chinchu, Chinpen), Biun class (Biun), Kohei class (Kohei), Miyako class (Miyako), Chihaya class (Chihaya), Uji class (Uji), Sumida class (Sumida), Manshu class (Manshu), Anegawa class (Anegawa), Fushimi class (Fushimi), Toba class (Toba), Saga class (Saga), Ataka class (Ataka), Seta class (Seta, Katata, Hira, Hozu), Atami class (Atami, Futami), Hashidate class (Hashidate, Uji), Fushimi class (Fushimi, Sumida), Tatara class (Tatara), Suma class (Suma), Karatsu class (Karatsu), Maiko class (Maiko), Narumi class (Narumi), Okitsu class (Okitsu)
Seaplane TenderWakamiya class (Wakamiya), Notoro class (Notoro), Kamoi class (Kamoi), Chitose class (Chitose, Chiyoda), Mizuho class (Mizuho), Nisshin class (Nisshin), Akitsushima class (Akitsushima)
Submarine Depot ShipToyohashi class (Toyohashi), Karasaki class (Karasaki), Komahashi class (Komahashi), Jingei class (Jingei, Chogei), Taigei class (Taigei), Tsurugizaki class (Tsurugizaki, Takasaki)
MinelayerTsugaru class (Tsugaru), Aso class (Aso), Katsuriki class (Katsuriki), Tokiwa class (Tokiwa), Itsukushima class (Itsukushima), Shirataka class (Shirataka), Yaeyama class (Yaeyama), Okinoshima class (Okinoshima), Hatsutaka class (Hatsutaka, Aotaka, Wakataka, Asadaori), Tsugaru class (Tsugaru), Minoo class (Minoo)
Destroyers1st classUmikaze class, Urakaze class, Isokaze class, Tanikaze class, Minekaze class, Kamikaze class, Mutsuki class, Fubuki class, Akatsuki class, Hatsuharu class, Shiratsuyu class, Asashio class, Kagero class, Yugumo class, Shimakaze class, Akizuki class, Matsu class, Tachibana class
2nd classSakura class, Kaba class, Momo class, Enoki class, Momi class, Wakatake class
3rd classIkazuchi class, Murakumo class, Akatsuki class, Shirakumo class, Harusame class, Fumizuki class, Satsuki class, Makigumo class, Asakaze class
Torpedo BoatsChidori class, Otori class
Submarines1st classKD1 type, KD2 type, J1 type, KD3a type, ML type, KD3b type, KD4 type, KD5 type, J1M type, KD6a type, J2 type, J3 type, KD6b type, C1 type, A1 type, B1 type, KD7 type, B2 type, C3 type, A2 type, AM type, B3 type, B4 type, C2 type, C4 type, D1 type, D2 type, SA type, SH type, ST type, I-501 class, I-503 class, I-504 class, I-505 class, I-506 class
2nd classKC1 type, F1 type, L1 type, KC2 type, L2 type, KC3 type, F2 type, L3 type, KC4 type, L4 type, KCS type, KC5 type, KS type, KC6 type, Ro-500 class, SYS type, Ro-501 class, STS type
3rd classHolland type, Holland-Navy type, C1 type, C2 type, Vickers-Kawasaki type, S1 type, C3 type, S2 type
Escort VesselsEscortsShimushu class, Etorofu class, Mikura class, Ukuru class, C type, D type, CDa-A type, CDa-B type
Patrol CraftPB-1 class, PB-31 class, PB-46 class, PB-101 class, PB-102 class, PB-103 class, PB-104 class, PB-105 class, PB-106 class, PB-107 class, PB-108 class, PB-109 class, PBa-1 class
MinesweepersW-1 class, W-5 class, W-13 class, W-17 class, W-7 class, W-19 class, W-101 class, Wa-1 class, Wa-101 class, Wa-104 class
Submarine ChasersCH-1 class, CH-3 class, CH-4 class, CH-13 class, CH-28 class, CHa-251 class, CHa-101 class, CHa-102 class, CHa-103 class, CHa-111 class, CHa-112 class, CHa-117 class, CHa-1 class
Minelayer CraftTsubame class, Natsushima class, Sarushima class, Sokuten class, Ajiro class, Kamishima class, Sokuten class, Ma-1 class, Ma-101 class
AuxiliariesTrainersSettsu class, Chobin class, Ishikawa class, Tateyama class, Kanju class
Repair ShipsAsahi class, Kanto class, Akashi class
TransportsMatsue class, Takasaki class, Rozan class, Seito class, Koshu class, Shijiki class, Tsurugizaki class, Sunosaki class, Muroto class, Noma class, Shiretoko class, Ondo class, Kamoi class, Mamiya class, Soya class, Kashino class, Nozaki class, Kinesaki class, Irako class, Ashizuri class, Sunosaki class, Oze class, Kazahaya class, Hayasui class, Hario class, Kurasaki class, Tamano class
IcebreakersOdomari class
Survey ShipsYamato class, Tsukushi class
Target ShipsSettsu class, Yakaze class, Hakachi class, Ohama class
CablelayersHashima class
Landing ShipsT-1 class, T-101 class, T-103 class
FACTorpedo BoatsTB-1 class, Kotaka class, TB-5 class, TB-21 class, TB-22 class, TB-26 class, TB-27 class, TB-28 class, Fukuryu class, Hayabusa class, Shirataka class, TB-29 class, TB-39 class, TB-50 class, TB-67 class
MTB and MGBMTB-10 class, MTB-11 class, MTB-1 class, MTB-151 class, MTB-201 class, MTB-206 class, MTB-220 class, MTB-235 class, MTB-241 class, MTB-301 class, MTB-327 class, MTB-411 class, MTB-468 class, MTB-469 class, MTB-474 class, MTB-491 class, MTB-538 class, MTB-H1 class, MTB-H2 class, MTB-H10 class, MTB-H27 class, MTB-H74 class, MTB-H101 class, MTB-101 class, MTB-102 class, MTB-113 class, MTB-114 class
Armed MerchantmenCruiser, Minelayer, Netlayer, Aircraft carrier, Seaplane tender, Aircraft transport, Torpedo boat tender, Submarine depot ship, Minesweeper tender, Gunboat, Landing ship, Netlayer craft, Anti submarine netlayer craft, Minelayer craft, Submarine chaser, Minesweeper, Picket boat, Transport ship, Transport, Repair ship, Harbor support ship, Survey ship, Icebreaker, Cablelayer, Hospital ship, Rescue ship, Utility ship