|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|廣乙 [Kuang Yi]||Foochow Arsenal||28.7.1887||28.8.1889||30.11.1890||sunk 25.7.1894|
|廣丙 [Kuang Ping]||Foochow Arsenal||2.1.1888||11.4.1891||18.12.1891||captured by Japan 17.2.1895 (小平号 [Kohei Go])|
|福靖 [Fu Ch'ing] (ex-廣丁 [Kuang Ting])||Foochow Arsenal||1888||1893||1894||stricken 1914|
|Displacement normal, t||
|Displacement full, t|
|No of shafts||
2 HTE, 3 cylindrical boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
steel; deck: 25, CT: 51
3 x 1 - 120/32 SK L/35 C/87, 4 x 1 - 47/40 Hotchkiss, 2 - 356 TT (2 bow), 2 x 1 - 356 TT
Steel-hulled vessels, built at Foochow for the Kwangtung fleet. They had a ram bow, a raised turtleback forecastle, three masts and one funnel. The three 12cm/40 Krupp QFs were mounted one each side of the funnel and one aft. Two 356mm TT were mounted beneath the turtleback forecastle and the other two were on the main deck broadside aft.
Machinery was protected by 25mm deck, CT had 51mm sides.
Kuang Yi was sunk by the Japanese at the Battle of Asan on 25.7.94 and Kuang Ping was captured by them at Wei-Hai-Wei and renamed Kohei Go.
© Ivan Gogin, 2014