Shirayuki is a destroyer based on Japanese destroyer Shirayuki (1928) (Japanese: 白雪).
Shirayuki was the second ship of Fubuki-class destroyers and was introduced into service in 1928. She was assigned to Destroyer Division 11 when the Pacific War broke out. In January 1942, she, along with Fubuki, joined the battle against E-country and sank a destroyer. She was sent to the frontline of Guadalcanal in 1942 and joined the Second Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. During the Battle of Sunda Strait, her fleet sank two cruisers of the Allies. Shirayuki was finally sunk by an air strike of U-country in 1943.
Shirayuki, literally: "white snow".
The second of Fubuki-class, Shirayuki. Nice to meet you.
From now on, I will take care of you in all my life, if you wish.
In Japanese, names of Fubuki-class ships share a common character which means "snow", so their hair color is bright cyan.
A "Shirayuki" (Japanese: しらゆき) can be seen on her equipment (though it is hiragana).
Shirayuki seems to be mature and experienced, compared with her sisters.
She received her first modification on 22nd July 2016.
Soviet Navy Военно-морской флот СССР
Sovetsky Soyuz Class
Royal Netherlands Navy Koninklijke Marine
Türk Deniz Kuvvetleri
Mongolian Navy Монгол улсын цэргийн
Icelandic Coast Guard
Royal Canadian Navy
Royal Australian Navy
V Class (1916)
Royal Thai Navy กองทัพเรือไทย, ราชนาวีไทย