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Oite – Kamikaze Class Destroyer. Broken in two with the forward and medium section upside down. Depth: 170-205ft/50-62m The Oite was a 327ft/99m, 1,523-ton Kamikaze Class Destroyer built in 1924 by the Uraga Dock Co., Ltd of Tokyo, Japan. The poetic meaning of the name ‘Oite’ translates to ‘wind from the back’ or tailwind. Her homeport was Sasebo, and she had a maximum speed of 37.3 knots and a range of 3,600 miles (at 14 knots). She was powered by 2-shaft Parsons geared turbines, and 4 Kampon boilers. She carried a complement of 148 men and officers, and was armed with three 4.7-inch DP deck guns, two 7.7mm guns, 2 pairs of 21-inch torpedo tubes, 4 depth charge throwers, and 18 depth charges.