List of retired Spanish Navy ships

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This list includes all naval ships which have been in service of the Spanish Navy.

Carracks and Galleons[edit]

Sail frigates[edit]

Ships of the line[edit]

Minor Sailing Vessels (incomplete)[edit]

Aircraft carriers[edit]

Amphibious[edit]

  • English Xlighter:
    • K-1 to K-26 (1924–1962)[1][2] ex British X4, X6, X13, X14, X16, X17, X26, X50, X63, X74, X91, X108, X109, X129, X141, X148, X153, X170, X172, X173, X174, X186, X190, X 200, X205 y X221[3]
  • Tipo BDK[2]
    • BDK-1 renamed LCT-1. Ex-HMS LCT(4)-1253, ex- Foca (1948–1978)
    • BDK-2 renamed LCT-2. Ex-HMS LCT(4)-1323, ex- Morsa (1948–1983)
    • BDK-3 renamed LCT-3. (1957-)
    • BDK-4 renamed LCT-4. (1957-)
    • BDK-5 renamed LCT-5. (1957-)
    • BDK-6 renamed LCT-6. (1966–2004)
    • BDK-7 renamed LCT-7 renamed A-07. (1966–1997)
    • BDK-8 renamed LCT-8 renamed A-08. (1966–2004)[4]
  • LCM3[2] (1957-)
    • LCM-1 a LCM-19
  • LSM[2]
    • LSM-1 ex-USS LSM 329 (1960–1977)
    • LSM-2 ex-USS LSM 331 (1960–1976)
    • LSM-3 ex-USS LSM 343 (1960–1976)
  • TA-10 Haskell class attack transport (APA) (1)
    • TA-11 Aragon (1964–1982) (ex-APA218 Noble 1944-1964)
  • TA-20 Andromeda class attack cargo ship (AKA) (1)
    • TA-21 Castilla (1965–1982) (ex-AKA53 Achernar 1944-1963)
  • L-10 Terrebone Parish class tank landing ship (LST) (3)
    • L-11 Velasco (1971–1994)(ex-LST1156 Terrebonne Parish 1952-1971)
    • L-12 Martín Álvarez (1971–1995)(ex-LST1168 Wexford County 1954-1971)
    • L-13 Conde de Venadito (1972–1990)(ex-LST1159 Tom Green County 1953-1972)
  • L-20 Paul Revere class amphibious transport (LPA) (2)
    • L-21 Castilla (1980–1998) (ex-LPA248 Paul Revere 1958-1980)
    • L-22 Aragón (1980–2000) (ex-LPA249 Francis Marion 1958-1980)
  • L-30 Casa Grande class dock landing ship (LSD) (1)
  • L-40 Newport class (2)

Submarines[edit]

  • Isaac Peral´s submarine torpedo boat (1)
  • Isaac Peral class (1)
  • A class F/Laurenti (3)
    • A-1 Narciso Monturiol (1917–1934)
    • A-2 Cosme Garcia (1917–1931)
    • A-3 (1917–1932)
  • B class Holland F-105 (6)
    • B-1 (1921–1941)
    • B-2 (1922–1951)
    • B-3 (1922–1940)
    • B-4 (1923–1937)
    • B-5 (1925–1936)
    • B-6 (1926–1936)
  • C class Holland F-105 (6)
    • C-1 Isaac Peral (1928–1950)
    • C-2 (1928–1951)
    • C-3 (1929–1936)
    • C-4 (1929–1946)
    • C-5 (1930–1937)
    • C-6 (1930–1937)
  • Archimede class (2)
    • General Mola (1937–1958) (ex-Archimede 1934-1937)
    • General Sanjurjo (1937–1959) (ex-Torricelli 1935-1937)
  • S-01 class Type VIIC (1)
    • S-01 G-7 (1942–1970) (ex-U-573 1941-1942)
  • S-10 D class (1)
    • S-11 (1947–1965)
  • S-20 D modernized class (2)
    • S-21 (1951–1971)
    • S-22 (1954–1971)
  • S-30 Balao class (5)
  • SA-40 Foca class (2)
    • SA-41 Foca I (1963–1969)
    • SA-42 Foca II (1964–1969)
  • SA-50 Tiburón class (2)
    • SA-51 Tiburón I (1965–1979)
    • SA-52 Tiburón II (1966–1979)
  • S-60 Delfín class (4)
    • S-61 Delfín (1973–2003)
    • S-62 Tonina (1973–2005)
    • S-63 Marsopa (1975–2006)
    • S-64 Narval (1975–2003)
  • S-70 Agosta class (1)
    • S-72 Siroco (1983–2012)

Ironclads[edit]

Broadside Ironclads[edit]

[6]

Central Battery Ships[edit]

Barbette Ships[edit]

Screw Frigates[edit]

  • Petronila class
    • Berenguela 1857-1877.[8]
    • Petronila 1857-1863.[8]
    • Reina Blanca 1859-1882/93. Renamed Blanca[8]
  • Princesa de Asturias 1857-1909. Renamed Asturias in 1868, sold for scrap in 1914.[9]
  • Concepción class
    • Concepción 1860-1897.[10]
    • Nuestra Señora del Carmén ~1862-1897. Renamed Carmen[10]
  • Lealtad class
    • Lealtad 1860-1893. scrap in 1897.[11]
    • (Nuestra Señora del) Triunfo 1862-1864 blew up.[11]
    • Resolución 1862-1868, rebuilt as *Mendez Nuñez in 1869.[11]
  • Villa de Madrid 1863–1882/84.[12]
  • Gerona 1864–1898.[13]
  • Almansa 1864-1888/98.[13]
  • Navas de Tolosa 1865-1893.[14]

Screw Corvettes[edit]

Screw schooners[edit]

Paddle steamers[edit]

  • Isabel II (ex-British Royal William, purchased 1834) - Renamed Santa Isabel in 1850.[21]
  • Don Álvaro de Bazán class (2)
    • Don Álvaro de Bazán.[22]
    • Congreso.[22]
  • Andalucía class (2)
  • Piles.[23]
  • Vulcano.[24]
  • Alerta class (2)
  • Reina de Castilla class (3)
  • Lepanto.[26]
  • León.[26]
  • Castilla.[27]
  • Satélite.[27]
  • Don Juan de Austria.[27]
  • Narváez.[28]
  • Velasco class (2)
  • Clase Conde de Venadito (4)
  • General Liniers.[29]
  • Churruca.[29]
  • Victoria de las Tunas.[30]
  • Ferrolano class (2)
  • Blasco de Garay.[31]
  • Colón class (2)
  • Antonio Ulloa class (2)
  • Vasco Nuñes de Balboa class (2)
    • Vasco Núñez de Balboa 1856-1875.[34]
    • Hernán Cortés 1856–1890.[34]
  • Isabel II class
    • Isabel II 1850-1882 renamed Ciudad de Cádiz in 1868.[35]
    • Francisco de Asís, 1850, renamed Fernando el Católico in 1856, sunk, boarding by Numancia in 1873.[35]
    • Isabel la Católica. 1850.[35]
    • Fernado el Católico 1850, sunk in Cuba in 1856.[35]

Battleships[edit]

Cruisers[edit]

Destroyers[edit]

  • Destructor class (1)
    • Destructor (1887–1909)
  • Furor class (6)
    • Furor (1897–1898)
    • Pluton (1897–1898)
    • Terror (1897–1925)
    • Audaz (1898–1924)
    • Osado (1898–1924)
    • Proserpina (1898–1931)
  • Bustamante class (3)
    • Bustamante (1914–1930)
    • Villamil (1916–1932)
    • Cadarso (1917–1931)
  • Alsedo class (3)
    • Alsedo (1924–1957)
    • Velasco (1924–1957)
    • Lazaga (1925–1961)
  • Churruca I class (7)
  • Churruca II class (7)
    • Almirante Antequera (1935–1965)
    • Almirante Miranda (1936–1970)
    • Ciscar (1936–1957)
    • Escaño (1936–1963)
    • Gravina (1936–1963)
    • Jorge Juan (1937–1959)
    • Ulloa (1937–1963)
  • Liniers class, (Churruca III, modernized*) (2)
    • D-51 Liniers (1951/1962*-1982)
    • D-52 Álava (1951/1962*-1978)
  • Alessandro Poerio/Huesca class (2)
    • Huesca (1937–1953) (ex-Alessandro Poerio 1915-1937)
    • Teruel (1937–1948) (ex-Guglielmo Pepe 1915-1937)
  • Aquila/Mărăşti/Ceuta class (2)
    • Ceuta (1937–1948) (ex- Falco, ex-Viscol 1919-1937)
    • Melilla (1937–1950) (ex-Aquila 1916-1937) (ex-Vifor 1919-1937)
  • D-30 Audaz class (9)
    • D-31 Audaz (1953–1974)
    • D-32 Osado (1955–1972)
    • D-33 Meteoro (1955–1974)
    • D-34 Furor (1960–1974)
    • D-35 Rayo (1958–1974)
    • D-36 Ariete (1961–1966)
    • D-37 Temerario (1964–1975)
    • D-38 Intrépido (1965–1982)
    • D-39 Relámpago (1965–1975)
  • D-20 Fletcher/Lepanto class (5)
  • D-40 Oquendo class (3)
    • D-41 Oquendo (1963–1978)
    • D-42 Roger de Lauria (1969–1982)
    • D-43 Marqués de la Ensenada (1970–1988)
  • D-60 Gearing FRAM II/Churruca class (5)

Frigates[edit]

  • F-30 Pizarro class,(ex-Gun boats) (6)
    • F-31 Pizarro (1946–1970)
    • F-32 Hernán Cortés (1947–1971)
    • F-33 Vasco Núñez de Balboa (1947–1965)
    • F-34 Martín Alonso Pinzón (1948–1966)
    • F-35 Magallanes (1948–1971)
    • F-36 Sarmiento de Gamboa (1950–1974)
  • F-40 Vicente Yáñez Pinzón class, (ex-Gun boats), (Pizarro modernized*) (2)
    • F-41 Vicente Yáñez Pinzón (1949/1960*-1983)
    • F-42 Legazpi (1951/1960*-1978)
  • F-70 Baleares class (5)
    • F-71 Baleares (1973–2004)
    • F-72 Andalucía (1974–2005)
    • F-73 Cataluña (1975–2004)
    • F-74 Asturias (1975–2009)
    • F-75 Extremadura(1976–2006)

Corvettes[edit]

  • F-50 Descubierta class (1)
    • F-51 Descubierta (1954–1970)
  • F-60 Atrevida class (Descubierta modernized*) (5)
    • F-61 Atrevida (1955/1960*-1992)
    • F-62 Princesa (1959–1991)
    • F-63 Diana (1960–1973)
    • F-64 Nautilus (1959–1991)
    • F-65 Villa de Bilbao (1960–1992)
  • F-30 Descubierta class
    • F31 Descubierta (1978–2000) > P75 Descubierta (2000–2009)

Monitor and floading battery[edit]

Gunboats[edit]

  • Mindanao class 2nd class gunboats[36]
    • Mindanao (1860- )
    • Calamianes (1860- )
    • Paragua (1860- )
    • Mindoro (1860- )
    • Luzón (1860- )
    • Panay (1860- )
    • Samar (1860- )
    • Cebú (1860- )
  • Bulusán class 2nd class gunboats[37]
    • Bulusán (1860- )
    • Joló (1860- )
    • Mariveles (1860- )
    • Arayat (1860- )
    • Pampanga (1860- )
    • Bojeador (1860- )
    • Balanguingui (1860- )
    • Albay (1861- )
    • Mactán (1861- )
    • Taal (1861- )
  • Ericsson class 2nd class wooden screw gunboats[38][39]
    • Ericsson (1869-1897)
    • Activo (1869-1885)
    • Rápido (1869-1880) sunk in bajo de los Colorados
    • Argos (1869-1885)
    • Lince (1869-1885)
    • Centinela (1869-1885)
    • Guardián (1869- )
    • Vigía (1869- )
    • Astuto (1869-1885)
    • Almendares (1869- )
    • Eco (1869-1885)
    • Destello (1869-1885)
    • Contramaestre (1869-1898)
    • Marinero (1869-1885)
    • Soldado (1869-1873) naufragó
    • ¿Quién Vive? (1869-1872) renamed Celaje, boarding by merchant ship Clara
    • Lebrel (1869-1873) boarding
    • Cazador (1869- )
    • Cauto (1869-1891)
    • Gacela (1869- )
    • Telegrama (1869- )
    • Criollo (1869-1898)
    • Ardid (1869-1885)
    • Indio (1869-1897)
    • Caribe (1869-1885)
    • Alarma (1869- )
    • Descubridor (1869-1897)
    • Yumurí (1869- )
    • Flecha (1869- )
    • Dardo (1869-1885)
  • Cuba Española (1870-1898) 2nd class wooden screw gunboat[40]
  • Martín Álvarez (1871-1876)[41]
  • Rayo (1874-1883)[41]
  • Callao (1874-1888)[40]
  • Salamandra class 2nd class wooden screw gunboats (except Salamandra which was iron)[42]
    • Salamandra (1874-1898)
    • Cocodrilo (1875-1899)
    • Pelícano (1874-1898)
  • Fernando el Católico class 1st class iron screw gunboats[43]
Somorrostro class
  • Somorrostro class 2nd class gunboats[41]
    • Somorrostro (1875- ) modified to water tank ship in 1892
    • Ebro (1875-1896)
    • Bidasoa (1875-1900)
    • Teruel (1875-1896)
    • Nervión (1875-1896)
    • Toledo (1875-1900)
    • Tajo (1875-1895)
    • Arlanza (1875-1928) modified to water tank ship in 1899
    • Turia (1875-1878)
    • Segura (1875-1900)[44]
  • Prueba (1875-1893)[45]
  • Jorge Juan class iron screw avisos
  • Martín Álvarez (1878-1882)[41]
  • Clase Pilar 2nd class iron screw gunboats[47]
    • Pilar (1881-1900)
    • Paz (1881-1889)
    • Eulalia (1882-1897)
    • Alsedo (1882-1898)
General Concha Gunboat
  • Clase General Lezo 2nd class iron screw gunboats
Mac-Mahón Gun boat
  • Mac-Mahón class 2nd class steel screw gunboat
    • Mac-Mahón (1888-1932)[50]
  • Álvaro de Bazán class
    • María de Molina (1902-1926)
    • Marqués de la Victoria (1902-1926)
    • Álvaro de Bazán (1904-1926)
  • Recalde class[51]
    • Recalde (1910-1932)
    • Laya (1910-1940)
    • Bonifaz (1911-1932)
    • Lauria (1912-1940)
  • Cánovas del Castillo class[52]
    • Canovas del Castillo (1923-1959)
    • Canalejas (1924-1951)
    • Eduardo Dato (1925-1953)
  • Calvo Sotelo class
    • Calvo Sotelo (1938-1957)[53]

Armed Launches[edit]

The Spanish Navy operated many lanchas cañoneras in the latter half of the 19th century including:

  • Pronta (1872-1885)[54]
  • Zaragoza [54]
  • Viva (1872-1890)[54]
  • Ligera (1872-1890)[54]
  • Manatí (1875-1893)[54]
  • Diligente class
    • Diligente (1876-1899)[54]
    • Atrevida (1877-1899)[54]
  • Tarifa (1879-1900)[54]
  • Caridad (1879-1898)[54]
  • Lealtad (1881-1888)[54]
  • Lista (1881-1888)[54]
  • Otálora (1881-1898)[55]
  • Basco class
    • Basco (1883-1899)[55]
    • Gardoqui (1883-1899)[55]
    • Urdaneta (1883-1899)[55]
  • Lince (1887-1890)[54]
  • Cóndor class[55]
    • Cóndor (1888-1902)
    • Cuervo (1892-1900)
    • Águila (1892-1900)
  • Perla class[55]
    • Perla (1889-1928)
    • Rubí (1889-1899)
    • Diamante (1889-1899)
Ligera
  • Estrella class[56]
    • Estrella (1895-1898)
    • Flecha (1895-1898)
    • Ligera (1895-1898)
    • Lince (1895-1898)
    • Satélite (1895-1898)
    • Vigía (1895-1898)
  • Alerta class[56]
    • Alerta (1895-1900)
    • Ardilla (1895-1898)
    • Cometa (1895-1898)
    • Fradera (1895-1898)
    • Gaviota (1895-1898)
    • Golondrina (1895-1898)
  • Almendares class[56]
    • Almendares (1895-1898)
    • Baracoa (1895-1898)
    • Cauto (1895-1898)
    • Guantánamo (1895-1898)
    • Yumurí (1895-1898)
    • Mayarí (1895-1898)
  • Lanao class[56]
    • Lanao (1895-1898)
    • General Blanco (1895-1898)
  • Corcuera class[56]
    • Corcuera (1895-1898)
    • Almonte (1895-1898)
  • Oceanía (1898)[56]

Torpedo gunboat[edit]

Torpedo gunboat Temerario
  • Temerario class[57]
    • Temerario (1892-1916)
    • Nueva España (1894-1914)
    • Martín Alonso Pinzón (1893-1911)
    • Galicia (1894-1899)[58]
    • Marqués de Molins (1895-1921)
    • Vicente Yañez Pinzón (1894-1902)
  • Clase Filipinas
    • Filipinas (1895-1899)

Torpedo boats[edit]

  • Cástor class
    • Cástor (1878–1900)
  • Pólux class
    • Pólux (1879–1895)
  • Rigel class
    • Rigel (1883–1900)
  • Julian Ordoñez class
    • Julián Ordóñez (1885–1913)
    • Acevedo (1885–1913)
  • Retamosa class
    • Retamosa (1885–1900)
  • Orión class
    • Orión (1886–1915)
  • Barceló class
    • Barceló (1886–1911)
  • Habana class
    • Habana (1886–1919)
  • Azor class
    • Azor (1887–1911)
    • Halcón (1887–1915)
  • Ariete class
    • Ariete (1887–1905)
    • Rayo (1887–1905)
  • Ejército class
    • Ejército (1888–1900)
  • T-1 class
    • T-1 (1912–1940)
    • T-2 (1912–1939)
    • T-3 (1912–1937)
    • T-4 (1913–1939)
    • T-5 (1913–1931)
    • T-6 (1914–1934)
    • T-7 (1915–1946)
    • T-8 (1915–1932)
    • T-9 (1915–1943)
    • T-10 (1915–1932)
    • T-11 (1916–1931)
    • T-12 (1916–1932)
    • T-13 (1916–1932)
    • T-14 (1916–1952)
    • T-15 (1917–1935)
    • T-16 (1917–1941)
    • T-17 (1917–1952)
    • T-18 (1918–1939)
    • T-19 (1920–1941)
    • T-20 (1920–1940)
    • T-21 (1921–1940)
    • T-22 (1921–1940)
  • G5 class[59]
    • 11 (1937–1946) renamed LT-15 after Spanish Civil War
    • 21 (1937–1946) renamed LT-16 after Spanish Civil War
    • 31 (1937-1938)
    • 41 (1937-1937)
  • Schnelboote S-1 class[60]
    • Badajoz (LT-15) (1937-1944) ex S-1 German
    • Falange (LT-13) (1936-1937) ex S-2 German
    • Oviedo (LT-12) (1937-1940) ex S-3 German
    • Requeté (LT-11) (1936-1946) ex S-4 German
    • Toledo (LT-14) (1939-1944) ex S-5 German
  • MAS[61]
    • Sicilia (LT-18) (1937-?) ex MAS 100 Italian.
    • Nápoles (LT-19) (1937-?) ex MAS 223 Italian.
    • Cándido Pérez (LT-16) (1937-?) ex MAS 435 Italian.
    • Javier Quiroga (LT-17) (1937-1937) ex MAS 436 Italian.
  • Schnelboote S-38 class
    • German construction[60][62]
      • LT-21 (1943–1956) Ex S-73 German
      • LT-22 (1943–1956) Ex S-78 German
      • LT-23 (1943–1956) Ex S-124 German
      • LT-24 (1943–1955) Ex S-125 German
      • LT-25 (1943–1955) Ex S-126 German
      • LT-26 (1943–1957) Ex S-145 German
    • Spanish construction[60][62]
      • LT-27 (1953–1963)
      • LT-28 (1953–1963)
      • LT-29 (1953–1961)
      • LT-30 (1953–1977)
      • LT-31 (1956–1977)
      • LT-32 (1959–1974)

Patrol Boats[edit]

  • Clase Delfín
    • Delfín (1910–1927)
    • Dorado (1910–1929)
    • Gaviota (1910–1932)
  • Castle class (naval trawler)
    • Uad Kert.[63] (1922–1967) ex-HMS Rother; ex-HMS Anthony Aslete
    • Uad-Lucus.[63][64] (1922–1939) ex-HMS Ness, ex-HMS Alexander Palmer
    • Uad-Martin.[63][64] (1922–1954) ex-HMS Erne, ex-HMS John Chivers
    • Uad Muluya.[63][64] (1922–1939) ex-HMS Waveney, ex-HMS James Connen
    • Uad-Ras.[63][65] (1922–1932) ex-HMS Wear, ex-HMS Thomas Mombworth
    • Uad-Targa.[63][65](1922–1931) ex-HMS Test, ex-HMS Patrick Bowe
  • Mersey class (naval trawler)
    • Arcíla.[63] ex-HMS William Doak[66] (1922-)
    • Xauen.[63] ex-HMS Henry Cramwell (1922-)
  • Brisquard class (naval trawler)[67]
    • Alcázar.[63] ex Rengage French[67] (1922–1951)
    • Larache.[63] ex Poliu French[67] (1922–1949) sunk in tres forcas cape
    • Tetuán.[63] ex Grognard French[67] (1922–1952)
  • Suboficiales class (fish guards)
    • Condestable Zaragoza (1919- )[68]
    • Contramaestre Castelló (1919- )[68]
    • Maquinista Macias (1919- )[68]
    • Torpedista Hernández (1919- )[68]
    • Cabo de infantería de Marina Garciolo (1919- )[68]
    • Marinero Cante (1919- )[68]
    • Fogonero Bañobre (1919- )[68]
    • Marinero Jarana (1919- )[68]
  • Rigel class
    • Pegaso (21 de Febrero de 1951 - 2 de Marzo de 1974)
    • Procyon (1951 - 2 de Marzo de 1974)
  • Cies class
    • Cies (1952–1973)
    • Salvora (1952–1990)
  • Centinela class
    • Centinela (W-33) (1953–1977)[69]
    • Serviola (W-34) (1953–1977)
  • P-00 Lazaga class (6)
    • P-01 Lazaga (1975–1993)
    • P-02 Alsedo (1977–1993)
    • P-03 Cadarso (1976–1993)
    • P-04 Villaamil (1977–1993)
    • P-05 Bonifaz (1977–1993)
    • P-06 Recalde (1977–1993)
  • P-10 Barceló class (6)
    • P-11 Barceló (1976–2009)
    • P-12 Laya (1976–2009)
    • P-13 Javier Quiroga (1977–2005); sold to Tunisia Navy
    • P-14 Ordóñez (1977–2009)
    • P-15 Acevedo (1977–2009)
    • P-16 Candido Perez (1977–2009)
  • P-20 Anaga class (7)
    • P-21 Anaga (1980–2010)
    • P-23 Marola (1981–2010)
    • P-24 Mouro (1981–2010)
    • P-27 Izaro (1981–2010)
    • P-29 Deva (1982–2004)
    • P-30 Bergantín (1982–2010)
    • P-30 Grosa (1981–2012)
  • P-30 Conejera class (4)
    • P-31 Conejera (1981–2010); Sold to Senegal
    • P-32 Dragonera (1981–2010); Sold to Mozambique
    • P-33 Espalmador (1982–2010)
    • P-34 Alcanada (1982–2010)
  • P-40 Cormorán class (1)
    • P-41 Cormorán (1990–1994)
  • P-60 Chilreu class (1)
    • P-61 Chilreu (1992–2012)

Minelayer[edit]

  • F-00 Marte class (2)
    • F-01 Marte (1938–1971)
    • F-02 Neptuno (1939–1972)
  • F-10 Júpiter class (Marte modernized*) (2)
    • F-11 Júpiter (1937/1960*-1974)
    • F-12 Vulcano (1937/1960*-1977)
  • F-20 Eolo class (2)
    • F-21 Eolo (1941–1972)
    • F-22 Tritón (1943–1972)

Mine Countermeasures Vessels[edit]

  • M-00 Bidasoa class minesweepers (7)
    • M-01 Bidasoa (1946–1973)
    • M-02 Nervión (1946–1972)
    • M-03 Lérez (1947–1971)
    • M-04 Tambre (1946–1973)
    • - Guadalete (1946–1954)
    • M-05 Segura (1949–1973)
    • M-06 Ter (1948–1972)
  • M-10 Guadiaro class minesweepers (7)
    • M-11 Guadiaro (1953–1977)
    • M-12 Tinto (1953–1976)
    • M-13 Eume (1954–1977)
    • M-14 Almanzora (1954–1977)
    • M-15 Navia (1955–1979)
    • M-16 Eo (1956–1978)
    • M-17 Guadalhorce (1953–1978)
  • M-20 Nalón class minesweepers (12)
    • M-21 Nalón (1954–1993) (MSC139) Adjutant class
    • M-22 Llobregat (1954–1979) (MSC143) Bluebird class
    • M-23 Júcar (1956-?) (MSC220) AMS218 class
    • M-24 Ulla (1956–1993) (MSC265) AMS218 class
    • M-25 Miño (1956–1999) (MSC266) AMS218 class
    • M-26 Ebro (1958–2005) (MSC269) MCS268 class
    • M-27 Turia (1955–1993) (MSC130) Adjutant class
    • M-28 Duero (1959-1999 (1954–1999) (ex-MSC202 Spoonbill 1955-1959) Bluebird class
    • M-29 Sil (1959–2003) (ex-MSC200 Redwing 1955-1959) Bluebird class
    • M-30 Tajo (1959–2002) (MSC287) MCS268 class
    • M-31 Genil (1959–2004) (MSC288) MCS268 class
    • M-32 Odiel (1959–2004) (MSC279) MCS268 class
  • M40 Aggressive class (4)
    • M-41 Guadalete (1971–1998) (ex-MSO432 Dynamic 1952-1971)
    • M-42 Guadalmedina (1971–1999) (ex-MSO463 Pivot 1954-1971)
    • M-43 Guadalquivir (1971–1999) (ex-MSO491 Persistent 1955-1971)
    • M-44 Guadiana (1972–2000) (ex-MSO473 Vigor 1955-1972)

Auxiliary ships[edit]

  • Coastal water tankers
    • África > A-5 (1925–1954)
    • A-1 (1933–1977)
    • A-2 (1933–1984)
    • A-3 (1935–1965)
    • A-4 (1935–1968)
    • A-6 > AA-06 > Contramaestre Castelló (1952–1996)
    • A-7 > AA17 (1952–1982)
    • A-8 (1952–1977)
    • A-9 > AA-21 > A-62 Maquinista Macias (1963–1993)
    • A-10 > AA-22 > A-63 Torpedista Hernandez (1963–2004)
    • A-11 > AA-23 > A-64 Fogonero Bañobre (1963–1993)
    • A-65 Marinero Jarano (1981–2010)
    • A-66 Condestable Zaragoza (1981–2009)
  • Fleet oilers
    • Plutón (1934–1970), ex Campsa oiler Campillo
    • A-11 Teide (1956–1988)
    • A-11 Marques de la Ensenada (1991–2012)
  • School Ships
    • Nautilus (1886–1925)[70] ex Carric Castle
    • Galatea (1922–1969)[71][72] ex Glenlee – ex Islamount - ex Clarastella, preserved as Glenlee at Glasgow.
  • Submarine rescue ship
    • Kanguro (1920–1943)
  • Training ships
    • A-77 Salvora (2001-2012)
    • A-79 Hispaniola (2011-2012)
  • Transports
    • San Quintín
    • San Francisco de Borja
    • Patiño
    • Marqués de la Victoria
    • Ferrol
    • San Antonio
    • Legazpi (ex-mercantile Zamboanga ex-Formosa) (attached to Cuban squadron during the Spanish–American War)
    • Cebú (ex-mercantile Julieta) (attached to the Philippines squadron during the Spanish–American War)
    • General Alava (1895-1898) (Captured by USN in the Spanish–American War).
    • Almirante Lobo (1909-)
    • Contramaestre Casado
    • Tarifa (ex-Castillo de Arevalo)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ Alcofar Nassaes, 1971, p=57
  2. ^ a b c d revista naval (esp)
  3. ^ Xlighter
  4. ^ Los barcos de Eugenio A-08 (esp)
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Battleships-Cruisers website
  6. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=86
  7. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=87
  8. ^ a b c Lledó Calabuig, 1998 pp=110-114
  9. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998 pp=108-109
  10. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=103-104
  11. ^ a b c Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=105-107
  12. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=96-98
  13. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=100-102
  14. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=99
  15. ^ Lledó Calabuig,1998, pp=116-117
  16. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=118
  17. ^ a b c d e f g Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=118-121
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=122
  19. ^ a b c d Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=123-124
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=125-128
  21. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=49
  22. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998 p=50
  23. ^ a b c Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=51
  24. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=52
  25. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=53
  26. ^ a b c d e Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=54
  27. ^ a b c Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=55
  28. ^ a b c d e f g Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=56
  29. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998 p=57
  30. ^ a b c Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=58
  31. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=59
  32. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=60
  33. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=63
  34. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=65
  35. ^ a b c d Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=67
  36. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=130
  37. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=130-132
  38. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=133
  39. ^ "D. Ramón de Carranza y el cañonero contramaestre". vida marítima (in Spanish). 
  40. ^ a b Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=138
  41. ^ a b c d Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=134
  42. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=135
  43. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=129
  44. ^ "El cañonero Segura". vida marítima (in Spanish). 
  45. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, pp=136-137
  46. ^ a b "Los avisos de hélice Jorge Juan y Sáncez Barcaiztegui". Vida Marítima (in Spanish). 
  47. ^ Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=136
  48. ^ Anca Alamillo, 2006
  49. ^ "El cañonero general concha". Vida Marítima (in Spanish). 
  50. ^ Martínez de Velasco, Eusebio (1887). "El crucero Alfonso XII y el cañonero Mac-Mahón". La ilustración española y americana. Retrieved 5 August 2005. 
  51. ^ Revista naval
  52. ^ Revista naval
  53. ^ astilleroscadiz
  54. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Lledó Calabuig, 1998, p=139
  55. ^ a b c d e f Lledó Calabuig,1998, p=140
  56. ^ a b c d e f Lledó Calabuig,1998, p=141
  57. ^ Coello, 2001
  58. ^ Vida marítima El cañonero torpedero Galicia
  59. ^ Las lanchas torpederas rusas del tipo G-5 en la Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939), Revista de Española de Historia Militar Nº 72 (Esp), The Russian torpedo boat G-5 in the Spanish civil war, Military history Spanish review nº 72)
  60. ^ a b c Prinzeugen.com
  61. ^ Barcos italiadons con material de guerra y submarinos para España
  62. ^ a b Coello, 1995
  63. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k La Vanguardia 17 de octubre de 2010; Los guardacostas adquiridos hace 45 años; El Uad Kert al desguace
  64. ^ a b c Alcofar Nassaes, 1971, p=47
  65. ^ a b Alcofar Nassaes, 1971, p=48
  66. ^ gooleships.co.uk
  67. ^ a b c d vida marítima
  68. ^ a b c d e f g h Alcofar Nassaes, 1971 p=51
  69. ^ los barcos de Eugenio W-33 Centinela
  70. ^ Villamil 1989
  71. ^ Hardie 2004
  72. ^ Alcofar Nassaes 1971 p=53
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