List of capital ships of minor navies

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Potemkin at anchor with the Romanian flag hoisted on her mast, Constanța, July 1905

This is a list of capital ships (battleships, ironclads and coastal defence ships) of minor navies:

Argentina[edit]

Australia (Victoria colony until 1901)[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Ships of the line

  • Vasco da Gama 74-80 (c. 1792, ex-Portuguese, captured 1822)
  • Medusa 68-74 (c. 1786, ex-Portuguese, captured 1822, ex-Nossa Senhora do Monte do Carmo, renamed 1793)
  • Afonso de Albuquerque 62-64 (c. 1767, ex-Portuguese, captured 1822, ex-Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres, renamed 1796/97) - Discarded, 1826
  • Principe Real 90 (1771), ex-Portuguese, captured 1822, ex-Nossa Senhora da Conceicão, renamed 1794)
  •  ? 74 (c. 1763, ex-Portuguese Conde Dom Henrique, captured 1822, ex-Nossa Senhora do Pilar, renamed 1793)
  • Dom Pedro I 64-74 (c. 1763, ex-Portuguese Martin de Freitas, acquired 1822, ex-Infante dom Pedro, renamed 1806, ex-Santo António e São José, renamed 1794; renamed Pedro I)
  •  ? 64-72 (c. 1766, ex-Portuguese Dom Joao de Castro, acquired 1822, ex-Nossa Senhora do Bom Sucesso, renamed 1800)

Coast defence ships

Dreadnoughts

Chile[edit]

China[edit]

Colombia[edit]

  •  ? (1785, ex-Swedish Tapperheten 60, transferred 1825) - To Portugal by 1848

India (British colony)[edit]

  • Magdala (1870)

Finland[edit]

Mexico[edit]

  • Asia 64 (1789, ex-Spanish Asia, mutinied and handed over 1825) - Broken up 1830
  • Anahuac (1898, ex-Brazilian Marechal Deodoro, obtained 1924)

Norway[edit]

Coastal defence ships serving, or ordered for, the Royal Norwegian Navy:

Peru[edit]

  • Independencia (1865) - Wrecked 1879
  • Huáscar (1865) - Captured by Chile 1879, preserved at Talcahuano

Romania[edit]

  • Potemkin (1905) - Briefly taken over by Romania from her mutinous Russian crew, 8-9 July 1905

Thailand[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

All Ukrainian battleships were previously part of the Russian Black Sea Fleet and were subsequently taken over by the Soviet Union

Yugoslavia[edit]