The Fairmile C will be regular ship in the British Naval tech tree. It’s fairly quick which makes up for its total lack of armour. Use the agility and speed granted by three powerful naval engines to evade enemy fire and strike before they hit you.
Scare your enemy away by releasing a barrage of tracer rounds from the dual Vickers machine guns. Not working? Then there is an additional solution for you - 2-pounder cannons. Can you imagine the destruction when used against enemy plywood boats? And make no mistake, these small mosquitoes can punch through a fair amount of steel.
Who wouldn’t want to command a ship that took part in Operation Chariot,
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