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World of Warships Supertest: Tier X British Destroyer Daring

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The Daring class was a class of eleven destroyers built for the Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Constructed after World War II, and entering service during the 1950s, eight ships were constructed for the RN, and three ships for the RAN. Two of the RN destroyers were subsequently sold to and served in the Peruvian Navy (MGP). A further eight ships were planned for the RN but were cancelled before construction commenced, while a fourth RAN vessel was begun but was cancelled before launch and broken up on the slipway.

The Daring-class ships were both the largest and most heavily armed ships serving in Commonwealth navies to be classified as destroyers. They were also the last destroyers of the RN and RAN to possess guns as their main armament (instead of guided missiles), which saw use during the Indonesian Confrontation and the Vietnam War.

The Daring-class destroyers were in service in the RN and RAN from the 1950s to the 1980s. Following decommissioning, two RN Darings were sold to Peru, which operated one ship until 1993 and the other until 2007. One ship of the class is preserved: HMAS Vampire as a museum ship at the Australian National Maritime Museum.


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All stats are listed without crew and upgrade modifiers but with best available modules. The stats are subject to change during the testing.


GeneralMain BatteryTorpedo TubesAir DefenseConsumables
Hit points20 800
Main battery
Maximum firing range13 780 m
114 mm/45 RP 41 Mk VI?3 x 2 114 mm
Torpedo tubes
533 mm PR Mk IV?2 x 5 533 mm
Air defense
114 mm/45 RP 41 Mk VI?3 x 2 114 mm
40 mm STAAG?2 x 2 40 mm
40 mm Bofors Mk V?1 x 2 40 mm
Maximum speed35.0 kt
Turning radius630 m
Rudder shift time6 s
Surface detectability range7.20 km
Air detectability range4.32 km
Detectability after firing in smoke2.50 km
Propulsion54 000
114 mm/45 RP 41 Mk VI
Guns?2 x 114 mm
Reloading time2.5 s
Sigma2.00 ?
Horizontal Dispersion50
Vertical Spread110
Traverse Speed25
Vertical traverse rate25
Type of projectileHE
Alpha damage1 700
Alpha piercing HE19
Explosion size0.38
Burn prob0.08
Projectile speed746 m/s
Air drag0.329
Projectile mass24.95
Projectile krupp1
Type of projectileAP
Alpha damage2 100
Alpha piercing HE0
Explosion size0
Burn prob-0.5
Projectile speed746 m/s
Air drag0.3296
Projectile mass25
Projectile krupp1 600
Projectile detonator0.01
533 mm PR Mk IV
Reloading time120 s
Traverse Speed25
Vertical traverse rate25
Torpedo angles4.8 – 16
Arming time1
Alpha damage47 000
Maximum Damage16 767
Alpha piercing HE1 000
Speed62 kt
Max distance10.0?km
Surface detectability range1.3 km
Alert distance100
Explosion size1.2
UW Critical2.82
Running depth2.10?m

Instead of choosing between wide and narrow spreads, captains can choose to fire off individual torpedoes or expend the entire launcher at once.

114 mm/45 RP 41 Mk VI (?3?x?2 114?mm?)
Antiair aura0.53
Maximum firing range5.0?km
Reloading time5
40 mm STAAG (?2?x?2 40?mm?)
Antiair aura0.51
Maximum firing range3.5?km
Reloading time0.5
40 mm Bofors Mk V (?1?x?2 40?mm?)
Antiair aura0.12
Maximum firing range3.5?km
Reloading time0.5

15,466 thoughts on “World of Warships Supertest: Tier X British Destroyer Daring

  1. So, HMAS Vampire, which it’s currently at tier III, it’s actually a downgraded tier X dd??

  2. The Vampire in game was an ex Royal Navy destroyer built in the early 1930’s and transferred to the RAN. It served in the Scrap Iron Flotilla and was later sunk during WW2. Same name different ship.

    I hope we can have a Daring cl*** in game as Vampire II in a Commonwealth tree .

  3. No Australia loves reusing names
    Hmas Vampire in game was apart if scrap iron flaila and was a w cl*** dd

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