The Naval Artillery Field is rapidly evolving for some time the artillery had been confined to classical scope barely increased from one generation to another and roles decrescientes against the advances of other weapons such as missiles, the situation is changing because they are shuffling different types of artillery ranging from classical chemical artillery, artillery passes through electro-magnetic and faces with more and more artillery force of pure energy or laser, and extensively investigated by the U.S. Air Force. Recent chemical artillery that are entering in action these days represent increases of 400% over the previous and with a precision guidance and terminal capacity, unknown to this type of ammunition, missiles meantime have increased by 200% only its scope but in terms of accuracy Progress is more modest. This situation of things will soon become obsolete the first and second generations in some cases Missile Sea Sea in terms of scope and absolutely for the cost between a missile and over a million dollars and saved a few thousand dollars. also is in study the debut of Electro Magnetic Artillery, with absolutely strategic scope and capabilities. The tables are a compilation of the characteristics of naval artillery rather more recent, so it is not always easy to collect information in several cases there are genuine empty, we hope to go later clarifying (pale yellow boxes are estimated values) The new generation of naval artillery Chemistry, reached such levels that reminded me of a story about a legendary piece of artillery the Germans put into operation shortly before the end of the First World War, is the "Canyon of Paris", the powerful feature has never been re-achieved in an operational state, a situation that the new pieces of 127 mm OTO-Melara and the United Defense have reached 90 years later ..... It's like installing "A Canyon de Paris" in a frigate, and with the addition of an excellent rate of fire and deadly accuracy! Finally I submit a link to a promotional video for the Signature Oto-Melara but very "educational" about naval operations of the XXI century.