List of decommissioned ships of the Chilean Navy

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The list of decommissioned ships of the Chilean Navy is mostly compiled from information given in the website of the Chilean Navy. It consists of over 500 historical units including ships of the Patria Vieja, prizes, fireships, armed merchant ships, auxiliary ships, capital ships and, of course, regular warships of the navy ranging from the 25,000 long tons (25,000 t) capital ship Chilean battleship Almirante Latorre to small torpedo boats and early wooden vessels.

At the beginning, the Chilean Navy was almost entirely composed of merchant ships enlisted into naval service in time of war, hence the distinction between warships and merchant ships is often blurred and ships changed their status quickly and subtly.

See also:

Columns of the table[edit]

  • Shipname
is a shortened form of the official name but includes the launch year (or commissioning year). Rank and titles of persons are not shown.
  • HCS
apparently the Chilean navy uses the US Hull classification symbol
  • type
is an English translation of the type given in Navy website
  • t
includes different measures for the size of the ships: Displacement, BRT, BM, Long ton, etc.
  • Unit
Unit of the previous number
  • other names
of the ship outside the service time in the navy. If the ship was renamed during her service in the navy, then Ren. is set and respectively an Ex- prefix is given in the grey row with the new name.
  • Init
is the year of the first service for the navy
  • Builder
is the name of the shipyard for new ships, the name of the navy that sold the (old) ship or "prize" if the ship was captured
  • End
is the last year of service in the navy
  • Fate
the last information about of the ship.
  • url
is the URL to the navy website of the ship. An "*" at the side means an archive.org URL

List of ships operated by the Chilean Navy[edit]

List of decommissioned ships of the Chilean Navy
Shipname HCS Type t Unit Other names Init Builder End Fate URL
Potrillo (1812) Brigantine Colt 1813 1813 Old Fatherland ship [1]*
Perla (1811) Frigate Pearl 1813 Old Fatherland ship [2]*
AÁguila (1796) Brigantine 220 Eagle, ren. Pueyrredón 1817 Spanish prize 1828 [3]*
Pueyrredón (1796) Brigantine 220.0 Ex-Águila 1817 Spanish prize 1828 [4]
Araucano (1817) Brigantine Carmelo 1817 1817 [5]*
Fortunata (1817) Schooner 50.0 1817 Built in Constitución, Chile 1823 [6]*
María (1817) Frigate 280.0 1817 1817 [7]
Rambler (1817) Brigantine 1817 1817 [8]
Elena (1818) Sailship 1818 Spanish prize [9]
Lautaro (1818) East Indiaman 850.0 Windham 1800 1828 [10]*
Magdalena (1818) Brigantine 300.0 1818 Spanish prize 1818 [11]
Araucano (1817) Brigantine 270.0 Columbus, Prudence 1818 1821 Lost after mutiny in Loreto, scrapped in Tubuai [12]*
Galvarino (1809)[1] Cruizer-class brig-sloop 398.0 HMS Hecate (1809), Lucy 1818 Royal Navy 1828 [13]
Chacabuco (1818) Corvette 450.0 Coquimbo 1818 1826 Sold to Argentina [14]*
San Martín (1818) East Indiaman 1,300.0 Cumberland 1818 1821 [15]*
Dolores (1818) Frigate 1818 Spanish prize [16]
Elena (1818) Frigate 1818 Spanish prize [17]
Lucero (1819) Brigantine 74.0 1819 Spanish prize 1819 [18]
Bárbara (1819) Schooner 1819 1819 [19]
Victoria (1819) Schooner 46.0 1819 Spanish prize 1819 Used as fire ship by Cochrane [20]
Begoña (1819) Frigate 400.0 1819 Built in Ría de Guayaquil 1819 Spanish prize 1819 [21]
Intrépido (1818) Brigantine 300.0 Maipú 1819 1820 [22]
Jerezana (1819) Brigantine 1819 Spanish prize [23]
Moctezuma (1819) Sloop 200.0 1819 Spanish prize 1828 [24]*
Veloz (1819) Brigantine 164.0 1819 Spanish prize [25]
AÁguila (1819) Brigantine 800.0 1819 Spanish prize 1822 [26]
Independencia (1818) Corvette 380.0 Curiosity 1819 1826 Sold to Argentina [27]
Teresana (1819) Schooner 1819 Spanish prize 1819 Used as fire ship by Cochrane [28]
O'Higgins (1816) Frigate 1,220.0 Patrikii, Reina María Isabel, ren. María Isabel 1819 Spanish prize 1826 [29]
María Isabel (1819) Frigate 1,220.0 Ex-O'Higgins 1819 Spanish prize 1826 [30]
Esmeralda (1791)[2] Frigate 950.0 Ren. Valdivia (1791) 1820 Spanish prize 1825 [31]*
Valdivia (1791) Frigate 950.0 Ex-Esmeralda (1791) 1820 Spanish prize 1825 [32]
Hércules (1820) Brigantine 1820 [33]
Inglés (1820) Brigantine 1820 [34]
Golondrina (1820) Schooner 1820 [35]
Hércules (1820) Frigate 1820 [36]
Mackenna Frigate 1820 Spanish prize 1820 [37]
Expresa (1820) Frigate 1820 [38]
Peruana (1820) Frigate 350.0 1820 1823 [39]
Regina (1820) Brigantine 1820 Spanish prize [40]
Nancy (1820) Frigate 1820 1820 [41]
Consecuencia (1820) Frigate 1820 [42]
Gaditana (1820) Frigate 1820 [43]
Libertad (1820) Frigate 1820 [44]
Argentina (1820) Frigate 1820 [45]
Carmen (1823) Frigate 1821 Spanish prize 1823 [46]
Trujillana (1821) Frigate 1821 1823 [47]
Claro (1821) Brigantine 1821 Spanish prize [48]
Dos Amigos (1821) Brigantine 1821 [49]
Resolución (1821) Frigate 1821 Built in ría de Guayaquil [50]
Aranzazú (1821) Schooner 120.0 1821 Spanish prize 1822 Mutiny and beached 1822 in Río Guayas, Ecuador [51]
Monteagudo (1751) Frigate 980.0 Las Caldas, Ex-Milagro 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [52]*
Milagro (1751) Frigate 980.0 Ren. Monteagudo (1751) 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [53]
Jesús María (1821) Schooner 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [54]
San Agustín (1821) Brigantine 1821 Spanish prize [55]
Monarca (1821) Brigantine 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [56]
Ave María (1821) Schooner 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [57]
Congreso (1821) Schooner 1821 Spanish prize [58]
San Fernando (1821) 1821 Spanish Prize [59]
Mercedes (1821) Schooner 110.0 1821 Spanish prize 1821 [60]
Rising Star (1818) Steamer 350.0 1822 Built in England Sunk 1830 in Irish Sea [61]*
Neptuno (1822) Brigantine 1822 1822 [62]
Pacífico (1823) Brigantine 1823 1823 [63]
Ceres (1823) Merchant ship hired as a transport for the 1824 expedition to Peru 1823 [64]
Voltaire (1823) Corvette 350.0 1823 Sangrones Letaillada y Cía 1824 [65]
Santa Rosa (1823) Merchant ship hired as a transport for the 1824 expedition to Peru 1823 1823 [66]
Sesostris (1823) British merchant ship hired as a transport for the 1824 expedition to Peru 1823 1823 [67]
Oxly (1823) Schooner Oxley or Fermín Oxley or Hóscley 1823 Built in Chiloé [68]
Esther (1823) Of Liverpool, Davis, master. British merchant ship hired as a transport for the 1824 expedition to Peru 1823 [69]
Aquiles (1824) Brigantine 405.0 1824 1839 [70]
Infatigable (1824) Brigantine 1824 [71]
Tucapel (1824) Brigantine 1824 1824 [72]
Valparaíso (1824) Brigantine 1824 [73]
Constituyente (1829) Brigantine 1829 [74]
Olifante (1829) Brigantine 1829 1830 [75]
Juana Pastora (1824) Sloop 1829 1830 [76]
Diligente (1830) Schooner 1830 [77]
Dos Hermanas (1830) Brigantine 1830 1830 [78]
Railif (1830) Brigantine 1830 1830 [79]
Colo Colo (1830) Brigantine 140.0 Flora 1830 1841 [80]
Aycinema (1830) Brigantine 1830 1830 [81]
Orbegoso (1835) Brigantine 200.0 Ren. Condor 1835 1840 [82]
Cóndor (1835) Brigantine 200.0 Ex-Orbegoso 1835 1840 [83]
Salvador (1835) Brigantine 183.0 1835 1838 [84]
Isabella (1835) Boat 269.0 1835 [85]
Libertad (1828) Corvette 632.0 General Salom 1836 Built in USA 1840 [86]
Valparaíso (1831) Corvette 650.0 Adrianne, Lewis 1836 1840 [87]
Peruviana (1828) Schooner 1836 Peruvian prize 1838 Re-captured 1838 [88]
Carmen (1836) Ship 1836 1837 [89]
Arequipeño (1828) Brigantine 400.0 Rápido 1836 1839 [90]
Eleodoro (1837) Brigantine 1837 [91]
Zaldívar (1837) Boat 1837 1834 [92]
Paguina (1837) Boat 1837 1839 [93]
Huemul (1837) Brigantine 170.0 1837 [94]
Colcura (1837) Boat 1837 1883 [95]
Hércules (1837) Brigantine 1837 [96]
Esperanza (1837) Boat 191.0 1837 1838 [97]
Teodoro (1837) Brigantine 1837 [98]
Dos Hermanos (1818) Brigantine 172.0 Resignación 1837 Built in England 1839 [99]
Pacífico (1835) Boat 217.0 1837 1838 [100]
Joven Victoria (1837) Brigantine 1837 [101]
Margarita (1837) Frigate 258.0 1837 1837 [102]
San Antonio (1835) Brigantine 157.0 1837 1837 [103]
Napoleón (1836) Brigantine 135.0 1837 1838 [104]
Neptuno (1838) Brigantine 1838 1838 [105]
Cecilia (1838) Brigantine 1838 [106]
Ovalle (1835) Brigantine 138.0 1838 1838 [107]
Teresa (1835) Schooner 148.0 Urna 1838 Built in Boston, USA [108]
Joven Daniel (1831) Brigantine 180.0 Soverence 1838 Built in Linn 1849 Wrecked off the coast of Araucanía, then looted by Mapuches [109]
Janequeo (1836) Brigantine 450.0 Isaac Macen 1838 1858 Sunk War of the Pacific [110] *
Confederación (1836) Corvette 600.0 Casimiro Perier, Francisca[3] 1838 Peru-Bolivian prize 1840 [111]
Señorense (1838) Brigantine 1838 [112]
Azardoso (1838) Brigantine 1838 [113]
Orión (1835) Brigantine 1838 1838 [114]
Bathaienay (1838) Brigantine 1838 [115]
Gipsy (1838) Brigantine 1838 1838 [116]
Socabaya (1836) Corvette 725.0 Francisca 1838 1840 [117]
Hope (1838) Brigantine 1838 [118]
Santa Cruz (1836) Barque 650.0 Isabel 1839 Confederation prize 1840 [119]
Chile (1840) Frigate 1,109.0 1840 M. Courrant, Bordeaux 1851 [120]
Ancud (1843) Schooner 27.0 1843 in Ancud 1849 [121]*
Quech Magallanes (1844) Schooner 200.0 1844 1848 [122]
Maule (1847) Paddle steamer 60.0 1847 Built in Valparaíso 1855 [123]
Elvira Alvarez (1847) Boat 943.0 Ren. Simpson in 1887 1847 1889 [124]
Simpson (1847) Boat 943.0 Ex-Elvira Alvarez (1847) 1847 1889 [125]
Dos Hermanos Gameros (1848) Sloop 1848 [126]
Confederación (1827) Boat 331.0 1848 [127]
Edmond (1850) Boat 1850 1890 [128]
Meteoro (1848) Brigantine 290.0 1850 Built in New Orleans for Mexico 1861 [129] *
Argomedo (1850) Sailship 1850 1890 [130]
Excelsior (1850) Sailship 1850 1890 [131]
Dordrech (1850) Sailship 835.0 1850 1890 [132]
Infatigable (1850) Boat 1851 1855 [133]
Cazador (1848) Steamer 250.0 1851 1856 Sunk off Punta Carranza, largest death toll (460) in Chilean history[1] [134]
Constitución (1851) Corvette 644.0 1851 Duprat Shipyard 1857 [135]
Ancud (1853) Brigantine 493.0 1853 Duprat Shipyard 1859 [136]
Esmeralda (1855) Corvette 854.0 1855 William Pitcher, Northfleet 1879 Sunk War of the Pacific [137]*
Maule (1856) Steamer 80.0 1856 1871 [138]
María Isabel (1857) Steamer 800.0 1857 1857 [139]
Maipú (1855) Steamer 450.0 1858 Built in England 1867 [140]
Pizarro (1858) Brigantine 1858 1859 [141]
Guayacón (1859) Steamer 1859 1865 [142]
Independencia (1857) Schooner 800.0 1859 1876 [143]
Antonio Varas (1856) Steamer 484.0 1859 1867 [144]
Paquete del Maule (1861) Small merchant sidewheel steamer 407.0 1861 Lawrence & Foulks 1866 [145]
NÑuble (1861) Steamer 507.0 Poncas, Scioto 1864 1868 [146]
Arturo Steamer 39.0 1865 1867 [147]
Covadonga (1859) Schooner 630.0 1865 Spanish prize 1880 Sunk War of the Pacific [148] *
Lautaro (1852) Steamer 480.0 Lambayeque, General Lerzundi 1865 1866 [149]
Abtao (1866) Corvette 1,600.0 Texas, Cyclone 1866 Dennis Brothers 1922 [150] *
Concepción (1861) Steamer 642.0 Giraffe, General R.E.Lee, Fort Donnelson, Isabella 1866 River Clyde in Scotland 1868 [151]
Thalaba (1865) Frigate 940.0 1866 1910 [152]
Valdivia (1865) Steamer 900.0 Henriette 1866 [153]
Arauco (1869) Steamer 1,400.0 Neshannoc 1866 1871 [154]
Chacabuco (1866) Corvette 1,101.0 1868 Miller, Ravenhill and Co., London 1890 [155] *
O'Higgins (1866) Corvette 1,101.0 1868 1895 [156] *
Ancud (1859) Screw steam gunboat 606.0 USS Cherokee (1864), Thistle 1868 US Navy 1878 [157]
Fósforo (1852) Steamer 80.0 1868 Laird Brothers 1870 [158]
Independencia (1870) Tug 50.0 1870 [159]
Toltén (1872) Steamer 317.0 1873 F. y G. Rennie, France 1894 [160]
Rímac (1872) Steamer 1,800.0 1874 R. & J. Evans & Co 1902 Property of the CSAV.[note 1] [161]*
Cochrane (1874) Ironclad 3,540.0 1874 Earle's Shipbuilding 1933 [162]
Magallanes (1873) Corvette 950.0 1874 Ravenhill[4] or France[1] 1906 [163] *
Vapor Veloz (1875) Boat 37.0 1875 1877 [164]
Blanco Encalada (1875) Ironclad 3,540.0 Ex-Valparaíso (1875) 1875 Earle's Shipbuilding 1891 Sunk during 1891 Chilean Civil War [165]
Valparaíso (1875) Ironclad 3,540.0 Ren. Blanco Encalada (1875) 1875 Earle's Shipbuilding 1891 [166]
Rimaquito (1875) Steamer 30.0 1875 1885 [167]
Loa (1873) Steamer 1,657.0 1879 John Reid & Co., Glasgow 1880 Sunk War of the Pacific [168]
Lota (1866) Frigate 1,367.0 1879 1883 [169]
Huanay (1864) Steamer 336.0 1879 Palmer Bros and Co. 1880 [170]
Barnard Castle (1878) Steamer 1,673.0 1879 J. Laing, Sunderland shipbuilding 1883 Sunk 1886 in Pilot Bay on Bentinck Island, east of Pedder Bay Marina[5] [171]
Cousiño (1870) Steamer 649.0 1879 Gourlay Brothers 1883 [172]
Pilcomayo (1864) Corvette 600.0 1879 Peruvian prize 1909 [173]
Laurita (1850) Barge 1879 1883 [174]
Kate Kellok (1864) Boat 1,175.0 ren. Yungay[6] 1879 Built in Sunderland 1886 Wreck Report 1878 [175]
Juana (1850) Sailship 550.0 1879 [176]
Janequeo (1879) Torpedo boat 30 1879 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1880 [177]
Itata (1873) Steamer 1,776.0 1879 R&J. Evans & Co., Liverpool 1891 Property of CSAV[note 1] [178]
Guacolda (1879) Torpedo boat Alay 1879 Peruvian prize 1881 [179]
Vedette (1879) Torpedo boat 10.0 1879 Yarrow Shipbuilders [180] *
Herminia (1850) Boat 153.0 1879 1884 [181]
Inspector (1860) Frigate 1,415.0 1879 Built in Belfast 1884 Property of CSAV[note 1] [182]
Avestruz (1840) Ship 798.0 Victoria 1879 1884 [183]
Paquete del Maule (1866) Small merchant sidewheel steamer 313.0 1879 Built in Preston, U. K. 1880 Property of CSAV[note 1] [184]
Julia (1850) Steamer 1,000.0 1879 [185]
Amazonas (1874) Transporter/Cruiser 2,019.0 1879 John Reid & Co., Glasgow 1902 [186]
Toro (1874) Steamer 150.0 1879 1910 [187]
Huáscar (1865) Ironclad 1,199.0 1879 Peruvian prize Museum ship [188]
Limarí (1869) Steamer 967.0 Maipú 1879 Bowdler, Chaffer & Co., Liverpool 1880 Property of CSAV[note 1] [189]
Teno (1879) Steamer 1879 1879 [190]
Isidora de Cousiño (1873) Steamer 635.0 Santa Rosa 1879 Backhouse and Dixon, Middlesbrough [191]
Santa Lucía (1879) Steamer 350.0 1879 1880 [192]
Copiapó (1870) Steamer 1879 1891 [193]
Angamos (1876) Transporter/Cruiser 1,180.0 Belle City of Cork 1879 James E. Scott, Greenock 1890 [194] *
Murzi Giuseppe (1879) Sailship 1879 1880 [195]
Lamar (1870) Transporter 1,400.0 Lota 1879 Gourlay Brothers 1880 [196]
Matías Cousiño (1859) Steamer Valparaíso, Orompello, Quintero 1879 Hamtlepool, England 1884 Sunk after collision with América [197]
Carlos Roberto (1872) Steamer 464.0 Don Mariano 1879 Blackhouse, Dixon 1883 Property of Compañía Explotadora de Lota y Coronel [198]
Orcero (1850) Sailship 400.0 1880 1880 [199]
Chile (1863) Steamer 1,672.0 1880 Randolph and Elder, Glasgow 1885 Coaling station [200]
Colo Colo (1880) Torpedo boat 5.0 1880 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1895 Transported to the Titicaca Lake during the War of the Pacific [201]
Tucapel (1880) Torpedo boat 5.0 1880 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1891 [202]
Valparaíso (1870) Boat 14.0 1880 1880 [203]
Isluga (1850) Steamer 1880 Peruvian prize 1883 [204]
Fresia (1880) Torpedo boat 25.0 1880 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1884 Sunk War of the Pacific, refloated 1880 and scrapped 1884. [205]
Wilhelm (1880) Sailship 1880 1880 [206]
Norfolk (1856) Sailship 1880 1880 [207]
Payta (1864) Steamer 1,344.0 1880 Randolph and Elder, Glasgow 1881 [208]
Princesa Luisa (1870) Transporter 120.0 Since 1880 ren. Lautaro, ren. Micalvi 1880 1910 [209]
Lautaro (1870) Transporter 120.0 Ex-Princesa Luisa (1870) 1880 1910 [210]
Micalvi (1870) Transporter 120.0 Ex-Lautaro (1870) 1880 1910 [211]
Otto (1863) Sailship 500.0 1880 1880 [212]
Umberto I (1875) Frigate 1,098.0 Rota, Julia 1880 1880 [213]
21 de Mayo (1880) Steamer 400.0 1880 [214]
Gaviota (1875) Steamer 30.0 1880 1895 [215]
Janequeo (1881) Torpedo boat 35.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1891 [216]
Lauca (1881) Torpedo boat 35.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1891 [217]
Rucumilla (1881) Torpedo boat 25.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1902 [218]
Miraflores (1881) Boat 1,800.0 1881 Peruvian prize 1903 [219]
Pisagua (1868) Steamer 1,600.0 Kielder Castle 1881 Schlesinger Davis and Co., Newcastle 1882 [220]
Quidora (1881) Torpedo boat 25.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1902 [221]
Pachitea (1881) Boat 200.0 1881 Peruvian prize 1881 [222]
Tegualda (1881) Torpedo boat 35.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1891 [223]
Guale (1881) Torpedo boat 35.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1899 [224]
Glaura (1881) Torpedo boat 35.0 1881 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1885 [225]
Fresia (1882) Torpedo boat 25.0 1882 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1884 [226]
Guacolda (1882) Torpedo boat 35.0 1882 Yarrow Shipbuilders [227]
Valparaíso (1870) Cutter 50.0 1882 1892 [228]
Chipana (1882) Barge 1882 Assembled in Constitución, Chile 1903 [229]
Calama (1882) Barge 1882 Assembled in Constitución, Chile 1922 [230]
Constitución (1882) Dredger 740.0 1885 Built in Germany 1922 [231]
Aldea (1885) Torpedo boat 85.0 1885 Yarrow Shipbuilders 1920 [232]
Huemul (1889) Tug 145.0 1889 Forges et Chantiers 1921 Sunk 1899, refloated [233]
Domingo Santa María (1889) Frigate 1889 [234]
Esmeralda (1883) Cruiser, protected 2,977.0 Izumi 1889 Armstrong Whitworth 1893 Sold to Japan [235] *
Condell (1891) Torpedo gunboat Sharpshooter class 702.0 Ren. Talcahuano 1890 Laird Brothers[7] or Electric Boat[8] 1919 [236]
Talcahuano Torpedo gunboat Sharpshooter class 702.0 Ex-Condell (1881) 1890 Laird Brothers 1919 [237]
Lynch (1891) Torpedo gunboat Sharpshooter class[9] 702.0 Ren. Tomas 1890 Laird Brothers 1919 [238]
Tomás (1891) Torpedo gunboat Sharpshooter class 702.0 Ex-Lynch (1891) 1890 Laird Brothers 1919 [239]
Aquiles (1890) Tug 1890 1929 [240]
Maule (1885) Steamer 204.0 1891 John Reid & Co., Glasgow 1891 Property of CSAV [241]
Cachapoal (1881) Steamer 2,308.0 1891 Laird Brothers 1891 Property of CSAV [242]
Longaví (1884) Steamer 442.0 1891 David Napier (marine engineer) 1891 Property of CSAV [243]
Trumao (1889) Steamer 249.0 1891 de:Janssen & Schmilinsky 1891 [244]
Imperial (1888) Steamer 2,704.0 1891 Laird Brothers 1891 Property of CSAV [245]
Minero (1850) Tug 1891 1891 [246]
Angamos (1890) Transporter 3,597.0 Citta de Venezia, Spartan 1891 Swan Hunter 1928 Sunk 1928 off Lebu, Chile, death toll 262 [247]
Loa (1850) Barge Dalwinston 1891 1891 Property of CSAV [248]
Maipo (1882) Steamer 2,621.0 1891 John Reid Co., Glasgow 1891 Property of CSAV [249]
Dithmarschen (1872) Steamer 776.0 Anita 1891 R.and H.Geen, Londres 1891 [250]
Cóndor (1889) Tug 145.0 1891 Forges et Chantiers 1937 [251]
Cachapoalito (1850) Tug 1891 [252]
Pudeto (1884) Steamer 273.0 1891 J. Knox Co., Sunderland 1891 Property of CSAV [253]
Laja (1880) Steamer 2,147.0 1891 John Reid Co 1891 Property of CSAV [254]
Luis Cousiño (1872) Steamer 1,890.0 1891 Laird Brothers 1891 [255]
Mapocho (1883) Steamer 2,053.0 1891 Laird Brothers 1891 Property of CSAV [256]
Bío Bío (1888) Steamer 407.0 1891 R. Napier and Sons, Glasgow 1891 [257]
Pinto (1890) Cruiser, protected 2,047.0 1891 Forges et Chantiers 1905 [258]
Errázuriz (1891) Cruiser, protected 2,047.0 1891 Forges et Chantiers 1930 [259]
Bismarck (1850) Steamer 1891 1891 [260]
Prat (1890)[note 2] Battleship pre-dreadnought 6,901.0 1891 Forges et Chantiers 1942 [261]
Aconcagua (1889) Steamer 2,769.0 1891 John Reid and Co., Glasgow 1891 [262]
Casma (1889) Transporter 2,627.0 Aquila, Marañón[10] 1892 Wigham Richardson 1917 [263]
Blanco Encalada (1893) Cruiser, protected 4,568.0 1893 Armstrong Whitworth 1946 [264]
María Teresa (1850) Schooner 1894 1894 [265]
Caupolicán (1895) Tug 1895 [266]
Yañez (1882) Cutter 126.0 Goole Nº 7 1895 J.T. Eltringham, South Shields 1936 [267]
Simpson (1895) Torpedo gunboat 800.0 Ecuador's Libertador Simón Bolivar 1895 Laird Brothers 1907 Sold to Ecuador [268]
Serrano (1896) Destroyer 311.0 1896 Laird Brothers[note 3] 1924 [269]
Riquelme (1896) Destroyer 311.0 Ren. Lientur (1896) 1896 Laird Brothers[note 3] 1930 [270]
Lientur (1896) Destroyer 311.0 Ex-Riquelme (1896) 1896 Laird Brothers[note 3] 1930 [271]
Orella (1896) Destroyer 311.0 1896 Laird Brothers[note 3] [272]
Muñoz Gamero (1896) Destroyer 311.0 1896 Laird Brothers[note 3] 1924 [273]
Esmeralda (1895) Cruiser, protected 7,000.0 1896 Armstrong Whitworth 1933 [274]
Zenteno (1896) Cruiser, protected 3,450.0 1896 Armstrong Whitworth 1930 [275]
Mutilla (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 1896 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [276], [277]
Hyatt (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 1896 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [278]
O'Higgins (1897) Cruiser, armoured 7,796.0 1897 Armstrong Whitworth 1943 [279]
Gálvez (1897) Cutter 475.0 1897 Flemming and Ferguson Eng., Paisley, Scotland 1966 [280]
Rodriguez (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 1898 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [281]
Contreras (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 1898 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [282]
Videla (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl 140.0 1898 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [283]
Thomson (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 Ren. Ingeniero Mery 1898 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [284]
Ingeniero Mery (1896) Destroyer, Viper cl. 140.0 Ex-Thomson (1896) 1898 Yarrow Shipbuilders[note 4] 1922 [285]
County of Peebles (1875) Windjammer 1,691.0 Ren. Muñoz Gamero (1875) 1898 Barclay Curle 1960 [286]
Muñoz Gamero (1875) Windjammer 1,691.0 Ex-County of Peebles 1898 Barclay Curle 1960 [287]
Marinao (1890) Tug 1898 1925 [288]
Freire (1898) Tug 94.0 1898 1854 [289]
Baquedano (1898) Pontoon 1898 [290]
Pisagua (1884) Tug 510.0 Juanita 1898 H. Mac Intyre & Co., Paisley 1926 [291]
British Commodore (1850) Frigate 1,389.0 Knigth Bachelor, ren. Yungay 1898 Palmer & Sons Purchased as Coaling station [292]
Yungay (1850) Frigate 1,389.0 Ex-British Commodore (1850) 1898 Palmer & Sons [293]
Galvarino (1885) Tug 330.0 Quebracho 1899 John Fullerton and Co., Paisley, Glasgow 1928 [294]
Andalucía (1899) Frigate 1899 [295]
Baquedano (1898) Corvette 2,500.0 1899 Armstrong & Co, Elswick 1935 [296]
Orión (1900) Tug 1900 [297]
Meteoro (1901) Tug 800.0 1901 Lever, Murphy & Co Shipyard 1918 [298]
Rancagua (1898) Transporter 6,210.0 Idaho 1901 Swan Hunter 1931 [299]
Chacabuco (1898) Cruiser, protected 4,160.0 4 du Julliet 1902 Armstrong Whitworth 1947 [300]
O'Brien (1902) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Laird Brothers 1924 [301]
Merino Jarpa (1902) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Laird Brothers 1924 [302]
Thomson (1898) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Armstrong, Elswick 1924 [303]
Brito (1904) Tug 1904 1931 [304]
Lautaro (1860) Frigate 1,974.0 Ex-Majestic 1904 Built in Hull, England 1956 Bought as colaing station then refitted [305]
Majestic (1860) Frigate 1,974.0 Ren. Lautaro (1860) 1904 Built in Hull, England 1956 [306]
Pisagua (1904) Cutter 800.0 1905 Behrends Shipyard, Valdivia 1917 [307]
Sarita (1903) 1905 Built in Constitución 1905 [308]
Valdivia (1903) Cutter 800.0 1905 Behrens Shipyard, Valdivia 1909 [309]
Baker (1907) Tug 1907 [310]
Yelcho (1906) Cutter (boat) 430.0 1908 1945 [311]
AÁguila (1909) Cutter 571.0 1909 Grangemouth and Greenock Dockyard Co., Greenock 1937 [312]
Porvenir (1906) Cutter 350.0 1909 Built in Cristiania, Norway 1930 [313]
Ortiz (1909) Tug 295.0 1909 Bow, Mac Lachlan & Co.Ltd 1945 [314]
Sibbald (1909) Tug 60.0 1909 1914 [315]
Ancud (1910) Tug 120.0 1910 1930 [316]
Campbell (1910) Tug 1910 1927 [317]
Sirena (1910) Tug 1910 1923 [318]
Lautaro (1910) Tug 1910 [319]
Artillero (1908) artillero 140.0 1911 1953 [320]
Lynch (1912) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,430.0 1914 J. Samuel White 1945 [321]
Condell (1912) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,430.0 1914 J. Samuel White 1944 [322]
Maipo (1901) Transporter 4,687.0 Manitoba 1916 J. L. Thompson & Sons Ltd., Sunderland 1926 [323]
Guale (1917) H-4 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H18 1917 Royal Navy 1945 [324]
Tegualda (1917) H-2 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H16 1917 Royal Navy 1945 [325]
Rucumilla (1917) H-3 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H17 1917 Royal Navy 1945 [326]
Quidora (1917) H-5 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H19 1917 Royal Navy 1945 [327]
Guacolda (1917) H-1 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H13 1917 Royal Navy 1949 [328]
Fresia (1917) H-6 Submarine, British H class 363.0 HMS H20 1917 Royal Navy 1945 [329]
Colo Colo (1917) Minelayer, Golub class 540.0 Toqui 1920 Helsinki 1930 [330]
Elicura (1917) Minelayer, Golub class 540.0 1920 Helsinki 1950 [331]
Orompello (1917) Minelayer, Golub class 540.0 1920 Helsinki 1958 [332]
Leucotón (1917) Minelayer, Golub class 540.0 1920 Helsinki 1950 [333]
Latorre (1913) Battleship, Latorre class 25,000.0 HMS Canada 1920 Royal Navy 1959 [334]
Sibbald (1916) Cutter (ship) 1,100.0 HMS Piloto Stoic 1920 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1963 Embargoed by UK during WW1 [335]
Williams (1914) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,700.0 HMS Botha 1920 Royal Navy 1933 [336]
Goñi (1914) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,700.0 HMS Broke, ren. Uribe 1920 Royal Navy 1933 Purshased by England 1914 [337]
Uribe (1914) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,700.0 Ex-Goñi (1914) 1920 Royal Navy 1933 [338]
Riveros (1914) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,700.0 HMS Faulknor (1914), Ex-Simpson (1914) 1920 Royal Navy 1933 [339]
Simpson (1914) Destroyer, Lynch class 1,700.0 Ren. Riveros (1914) 1920 Royal Navy 1933 [340]
Monreal (1925) Tug 45.0 Petrel 1925 Built in France 1983 [341]
Cortez (1926) Tug 35.0 Taltal 1926 Built in Valdivia 1956 [342]
Caupolicán (1927) Tug 28.0 1927 Built in Talcahuano 1957 [343]
Valdivia (1927) Dredger 1,410.0 1927 Conrad Weft, Netherlands 1957 [344]
Abtao (1889) Transporter 8,600.0 Pontia, Ernest Hemseth 1928 1929 [345]
Videla (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I. Thornycroft 1960 [346]
Fortuna (1898) Tug 94.0 1928 1964 Refitted from an old shipwreck [347]
Orella (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I. Thornycroft 1967 [348]
Simpson (1928) Submarine, O'Brien class 1,540.0 1928 Vickers 1957 [349]
O'Brien (1928) Submarine, O'Brien class 1,540.0 1928 Vickers 1957 [350]
Hyatt (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I. Thornycroft 1963 [351]
Micalvi (1925) Transporter 850.0 Bragui, Boston Lines 1928 Oderwerke, Stettin 1961 Museum ship in Puerto Williams since 1961 [352]
Riquelme (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I. Thornycroft 1963 [353]
Valdivia (1927) Transporter 3,100.0 Scherbek 1928 Henry Koch 1931 [354]
Reyes (1925) Tug 45.0 1928 Built in Valdivia 1960 [355]
Serrano (1928) Destroyer 1450.0 1929 John I. Thornycroft & Company 1962 [356]
Aldea (1925) Tug 68.0 Ren. Ugarte (1925) 1929 1969 [357]
Ugarte (1925) Tug 68.0 Ex-Aldea (1925) 1929 1969 [358]
Thomson (1928) Submarine, O'Brien class 1,540.0 1929 Vickers 1958 [359]
Janequeo (1929) ATA-70 Tug 760.0 1929 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1957 [360]
Sobenes (1929) ATA-72 Cutter 760.0 1929 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1966 [361]
Aldea (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1929 John I. Thornycroft 1957 [362]
Intrépido (1930) Tug 33.0 1930 Built in Hull, England 1962 [363]
Maipo (1830) Oil tanker 7,564.0 1930 Vickers Armstrong 1964 [364]
Araucano (1929) Submarine-tender 9,000.0 1930 Vickers Armstrong 1959 [365]
Rancagua (1929) Oil tanker 1930 Vickers Armstrong Ltd. 1964 [366]
Moctezuma (1930) Tug 33.0 1931 Built in Hull, Newcastle 1966 [367]
Colo Colo (1931) ATA-73 Tug 760.0 1931 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1987 Museum ship in Punta Arenas [368]
Cabrales (1929) ATA-71 Tug 760.0 1931 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1965 [369]
Galvarino (1929) ATA-74 Tug 760.0 1931 Bow, McLachlan and Company 1966 [370]
Huemul (1935) Tug 350.0 Vilumilla 1935 Alberto Daiber Shipyard 1968 [371]
Pelentaro (1935) Tug 320.0 Ren. Brito (1935)[1]:534 1935 Alberto Daiber Shipyard 1952 [372]
Brito (1935) Tug 320.0 Ex-Pelentaro (1935) 1935 Alberto Daiber Shipyard 1952 Sunk on 22 October 1952 off Quintero [373]
Abtao (1912) Transporter 1,181.0 Sosua (aka La Palmatoria) 1937 Surlanandets Skibsbyggerei, Fevig, Norway 1950 [374]
Vidal Gormaz (1913) Yacht 670.0 Jason, Cynara 1940 Day, Summers and Company 1953 [375]
Yagán (1940) Cutter 21.0 1940 1959 [376]
Lautaro (1917) four-masted barque Priwall 1941 1945 Caught fire and sunk 1945 [377]
Magallanes (1911) Transporter 6,650.0 Winfried, Siam City and Gundulic 1943 1957 Freed and refitted [378] [379]
Pilcomayo (1931) Dredger 3,500.0 1945 1960 [380]
Angamos (1941) Transporter 3,800.0 1946 Aalborg Shipyard 1967 [381]
Iquique (1943) Frigate, River class 2,216.0 HMCS Joliette 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1965 [382]
Esmeralda (1944) Frigate, River class 2,216.0 HMCS Glace Bay (K414), Lauzon ren. Baquedano (1944) 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1960 [383]
Baquedano (1944) Frigate, River class 1,445.0 Ex-Esmeralda (1944) 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1960 [384]
Covadonga (1944) Frigate 2,216.0 HMCS Sea Cliff (K344), Megantio 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1967 [385]
Pinto (1945) Transporter, Artemis class 6,744.0 USS Zenobia AKA-52 1946 US Navy 1968 [386]
Papudo (1944) Corvette, Flower cl. 1,340.0 HMCS Thorlock 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1965 [387]
Casma (1944) Corvette, Flower cl. 1,340.0 HMCS Stellarton 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1967 See List [388]
Chipana (1944) Corvette, Flower cl. 1,340.0 HMCS Strathroy 1946 Royal Canadian Navy 1966 [389]
Errázuriz (1945) Transporter, Artemis class 4,100.0 USS Xenia (AKA-51) 1946 US Navy 1962 [390]
Bustos (1943) Landing ship 385.0 USS LCIL 878, Lancha Polvorera 1947 1967 [391]
Isaza (1944) Landing ship 1,095.0 USS LSM 295 1947 US Navy 1964 [392]
Goycolea (1944) Landing ship 1,095.0 USS LSM 400 1947 US Navy 1966 [393]
Morel (1944) Landing ship 1,095.0 USS LSM 417 1947 US Navy 1958 [394]
Contreras (1944) Landing ship 1,095.0 USS LSM 113 1947 US Navy 1970 [395]
Díaz (1943) Landing ship 385.0 USS LCIL 877 1947 US Navy 1958 [396]
Bolados (1943) Landing ship USS LCIL 1073 1947 1958 [397]
Eduardo Llanos (1943) Landing ship 385.0 USS LCIL 1025 1947 US Navy 1965 [398]
Canave (1943) Landing ship 385.0 USS LCIL 1027 1947 1958 [399]
Tellez (1944) Landing ship 385.0 USS LCIL 1072 1947 US Navy 1958 [400]
Lautaro (1942) PP-62 Tug, Maricopa-class 807.0 USS ATA 122 1948 US Navy 1991 [401]
Lientur (1944) PP-60 Tug, Maricopa-class 830.0 USS ATA 177 1948 US Navy 1991 [402]
Leucotón (1944) PP-61 Tug, Maricopa-class 830.0 USS ATA 200 1948 US Navy 1965 [403]
Prat (1937) CL-03 Cruiser, Brooklyn class 13,000.0 USS Nashville (CL-43). Ren. Chacabuco 1951 US Navy 1985 [404]
Chacabuco (1937) Cruiser, Brooklyn class 13,000.0 USS Nashville (CL-43), Ex-Prat (1937) 1951 US Navy 1985 [405]
O'Higgins (1936) CL-02 Cruiser, Brooklyn class 9,700.0 USS Brooklyn (CL-40) 1951 US Navy 1992 [406]
Betelgeuse (1953) Boat 7.4 1953 1998 [407]
Beagle (1954) Cutter 40.0 Juanito 1954 1965 [408]
Brito (1932) Tug 38.7 Fueguino 1956 1965 [409]
Montt (1956) Oil tanker 17,500.0 1956 Ateliers et Chantiers de la Seine Maritime 1978 [410]
Ortiz (1957) Patrol boat 31.0 1958 Las Habas Shipyard 1969 [411]
Díaz, Antonio (1959) Tug . 1959 [412]
Guayacán (1959) Tug 20.0 Sea Mule 1959 1964 [413]
Piloto Pardo (1958) Transporter 2,930.0 1959 Haarlemsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, Haarlem, Netherlands 1997 [414]
Bolados (1943) Landing ship 180.0 USS LCU 1396 1960 1970 [415]
Williams (1958) DDG-19 Destroyer, Almirante class 3,300.0 1960 Vickers-Armstrongs 1998 [416]
Tellez (1943) Landing ship 180.0 USS LCU 1273 1960 US Navy 1986 [417]
Pisagua (1943) Landing ship 28.0 1960 US Navy 1971 [418]
Yelcho (1943) AGS-64 Tug, Navajo class 1,640.0 USS Tekesta (AT-93) 1960 US Navy 1996 [419]
Díaz (1943) Landing ship 180.0 USS LCU 1458 1960 US Navy 1977 [420]
Junín (1943) Landing ship 28.0 USS LCM C-124646 1960 US Navy 1965 [421]
Morel (1945) Landing ship 1,095.0 USS LSM 444 Aloto 1960 US Navy 1982 [422]
Valdivia (1943) Landing ship USS LCM C-124958 1960 US Navy [423]
Yagán (1953) Tug 131.0 1961 1965 [424]
Isleña (1938) Boat 20.0 1961 Oettinger Shipyard, Valdivia 1963 [425]
Caupolicán (1953) Tug 131.0 1961 US Navy 1985 [426]
Thomson (1944) SS-22 Submarine, Balao class 1,525.0 USS Springer (SS-414) 1961 US Navy 1972 [427]
Simpson (1944) SS-21 Submarine, Balao class 1,525.0 USS Spot (SS-413) 1962 US Navy 1982 Sold and used in the disaster film Fukkatsu no hi [428]
Riveros (1958) DDG-18 Destroyer, Almirante class 3,300.0 1962 Vickers-Armstrongs 1998 [429]
Araucana (1944) Landing ship 1,095.0 1962 1964 [430] *
Cochrane (1944) DD-15 Destroyer, Fletcher class 2,050.0 USS Rooks (DD-804) 1962 US Navy 1983 [431]
Blanco Encalada (1943) DD-14 Destroyer, Fletcher class 2,050.0 USS Wadleigh (DD-689) 1963 US Navy 1983 [432]
Fresia (1964) PTF-81 Torpedo Boat, Jaguar-cl. 134.0 1964 Bazán, Cádiz[11] Monument in Punta Arenas[12] [433]
Guacolda (1964) PTF-80 Torpedo Boat, Jaguar-cl. 134.0 1964 Bazán, Cádiz [434]
Janequeo (1943) ATF-65 Tug, Abnaki class 1,589.0 USS ATF 109 Potowatomi 1964 1965 Sunk 15 August 1965, lost of 55 men[13] [435]
AÁguila (1945) LST-91 Landing Ship Tank 3,982.0 USS LST 1092, USS ARVE-2 Aventinus 1964 US Navy 1980 [436] *
Videla (1964) Hospital ship 140.0 1966 ASMAR 1998 [437]
Tegualda (1966) PTF-83 Torpedo Boat, Jaguar-cl. 134.0 1966 Bazán, Cádiz 2002 [438]
Quidora (1965) PTF-82 Torpedo Boat, Jaguar-cl. 134.0 1966 Bazán, Cádiz 2001 [439]
Fuentealba (1966) Patrol boat 15.0 1966 ASMAR 1998 [440]
Pontoon Badger DD657 Pontoon, Destroyer Fletcher cl. USS Charles J. Badger (DD-657) 1966 US Navy Cannibalized for spare parts [441]
Orella (1944) APD-27 Destroyer, Buckley class escort 1,400.0 USS Jack C. Robinson (APD-72), USS DE 671 1966 US Navy 1984 [442]
Uribe (1943) APD-29 Destroyer, Buckley class escort 1,740.0 USS Daniel T. Griffin (DE-54) 1966 US Navy 1995 [443]
Riquelme (1943) APD-28 Destroyer, Buckley class escort 1,400.0 USS Joseph E. Campbell (DE-70) 1966 US Navy 1984 [444]
Serrano (1944) APD-26 Destroyer, Buckley class escort 2,130.0 USS Odum (APD-71) 1967 US Navy 1991 [445] *
Odger (1966) Patrol boat 215.0 1967 ASMAR 1997 [446]
Aquiles (1953) Transporter 2,660.0 Tjaldur 1967 Aalborg Shipyard 1988 [447] *
Río Bueno (1968) Patrol boat 9.6 1968 Lafayette Shipyard, USA 1998 [448]
Baquedano (1971) PF-09 Frigate, Condell class (Leander) 2,790.0 HMS Ariadne (F72) 1970 Royal Navy 1998 [449]
Hyatt (1970) S-23 Submarine, Oberon class 2,030.0 1970 Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company 2003 [450]
Papudo (1970) Anti-Submarine 477.0 1971 ASMAR 1993 [451]
Castor (1968) Patrol boat 149.0 1971 ASMAR 1996 [452]
Aldea (1943) ATF-63 Tug, Abnaki class 1,589.0 USS Arikara (ATF-98) 1971 US Navy 1992 [453] *
Latorre (1945) CL-04 Cruiser, Tre Kronor class 8,200.0 HSwMS Göta Lejon 1971 Swedish Navy 1986 [454]
Fueguina (1972) Landing ship 1972 [455]
Beagle (1941) Oil tanker, Patapsco class 1,850.0 USS Genesee (AOG-8) 1972 US Navy 1982 [456]
Lynch (1972) PFG-07 Frigate, Condell class (Leander) 2,500.0 BAE Morán Valverde (FM-02) 1972 Yarrow Shipbuilders 2007 Sold to Ecuador [457]
Condell (1970) PFG-06 Frigate, Condell class (Leander) 2,500.0 BAE Eloy Alfaro (FM-01) 1972 Yarrow Shipbuilders 2007 Sold to Ecuador [458] *
Toro (1943) LST-97 Landing ship 4,080.0 USS LST 277 1973 US Navy 1977 [459]
Araya (1945) LST-89 Landing ship, LST-542 class 4,080.0 USS Nye County (LST-1067) 1974 US Navy 1981 [460]
Hemmerdinger (1945) LST-88 Landing ship, LST-542 class 1,490.0 USS New London County (LST-1066), M/V Maquiserv 1974 US Navy 1983 [461]
Zenteno (1944) DD-16 Destroyer, Sumner class 2,200.0 USS Charles S. Sperry (DD-697) 1974 US Navy 1990 [462] *
Portales (1944) DD-17 Destroyer, Sumner class 2,200.0 USS Douglas H. Fox (DD-779) 1974 US Navy 1998 [463]
O'Brien (1972) S-22 Submarine, Oberon class 2,030.0 1976 Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company mid-2000s Museum in Valdivia, Chile [464]
Angamos (1966) Submarine-tender 4,416.0 Puerto Montt, Presidente Pedro Aguirre Cerda, Kobenhaven 1977 [465] *
Blanca Estela Yacht 1978 Finnland 1995 [466]
Calle Calle Landing ship 1978 1982 [467]
Peuca Landing ship 1978 1980 [468]
Navarino (1953) Transporter 2,347.0 Twara, Ville de Haipong 1978 Built in Scotland 1981 [469]
Pillán (1979) LPC-1801 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. [470]
Rano-Kau (1980) LPC-1803 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1999 [471]
Kimitahi (1980) Patrol boat 48.0 1980 ASENAV 2000 [472]
Corcovado (1980) LPC-1805 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1999 [473]
Tronador (1980) LPC-1802 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1995 [474]
Antuco (1980) LPC-1807 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A 1998 [475]
Osorno (1981) LPC-1808 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1999 [476]
Choshuenco (1980) LPC-1809 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1998 [477]
Villarrica (1980) LPC-1804 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1980 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 2000 [478]
Chadmo (1981) Patrol boat 6.4 1981 Mc Laren de Río de Janeiro 1998 [479]
Llaima (1981) LPC-1806 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 48.0 1981 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 1998 [480]
Prat (1967) DLH-11 Destroyer, County class 5,450.0 HMS Norfolk (D21) 1982 Royal Navy 2006 [481] *
Maipo (1981) Landing ship, BATRAL class 1,409.0 1982 ASMAR 1998 [482]
Guale (1982) LPC-1811 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 Zeus 1982 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A 2000 [483]
Copahue (1982) LPC-1810 Patrol boat, Anchova-typ 43.0 1982 Mac Laren Aco e Fibra S.A. 2001 [484]
Montt (1962) AO-52 Oil tanker, Tide class 27,400.0 RFA Tidepool (A76) 1982 Royal Navy 1997 [485]
Riáihue (1982) Patrol boat 6.4 1982 Mc Laren de Río de Janeiro 1998 [486] *
Petrohue (1983) Patrol boat 14.0 1983 ASENAV 1998 [487]
Brito (1966) Oil tanker 482.0 B/T Sylvia 1983 Marco Chilena 1999 [488]
AÁguila (1957) Transporter Australgas 1984 Svendborg Skibsværft 1992 [489]
Cochrane (1967) DLH-12 Destroyer, County class 5,440.0 HMS Antrim (D18) 1984 Royal Navy 2006 Scrapped China. [490] *
Margarita María (1985) Yacht La Araucana 1985 [491]
Latorre (1964) DLG-14 Destroyer, County class 6,200.0 HMS Glamorgan (D19) 1986 Royal Navy 1998 [492]
Carmen Gloria (1987) Yacht 6.7 Recluta 1987 Built in Argentina 1995 [493]
Blanco Encalada (1964) DLH-15 Destroyer, County class 6,200.0 HMS Fife (D20) 1988 Royal Navy 2003 Scrapped [494]
Janequeo (1974) Tug 2,380.0 Maersk Transporter 1988 L.H. Salthammer Batbyggeri, Vestes, Norway 1998 [495]
Iquique (1969) Missile boat SAAR-3 class 250.0 Hamit 1989 Israeli Navy 2000 [496]
Covadonga (1969) Missile boat SAAR-3 class 250.0 Hefz 1989 Israeli Navy 2000 [497]
Zenteno (1968) PFG-08 Frigate, Condell class 2,500.0 HMS Achilles (F12) 1991 Royal Navy 2006 [498]
Leucotón (1972) Tug 1,750.0 RAM Lilen "Smit Lloyd 44" 1991 2008 [499]
Colo Colo (1972) Tug 1,750.0 RAM Lenga 1992 1999 [500]
Vidal Gormaz (1964) AGOR-60 Oceanographic research ship 1,200 USNS Thomas Washington (T-AGOR-10) 1992 US Navy 2010 [501] *
Valdivia (1970) LST-93 Newport class tank landing ship 8,550.0 USS San Bernardino (LST-1189) 1995 US Navy 2011 [502]
Yelcho (1971) Tug 272.0 Smit Kaylen 1996 1998 [503]
Papudo (1975) Missile boat,Sa'ar 4 class 450.0 Tarshish 1997 Israeli Navy 1998 [504]
Uribe (1972) LM-39 Tiger-class fast attack craft 265.0 S 41 Tiger[14] 1998 Bundesmarine 2014 [505] *
Riquelme (1972) LM-36 Tiger-class fast attack craft 265.0 S 49 Wolf[14] 1998 Bundesmarine 2012 []
Serrano (1972) LM-38 Tiger-class fast attack craft 265.0 S 60 Kranich[14] 1998 Bundesmarine 2015 []
Orella (1972) LM-38 Tiger-class fast attack craft 265.0 S 54 Elster[14] 1998 Bundesmarine 2015 []
Araucano (1967)[15] AO-53 Replenishment oiler 17,000 1967 Burmeister & Wain, Denmark 2010

List of ships ordered or bought by the Chilean Navy, but never commissioned[edit]

List of ships ordered or bought by Chile but never commissioned
Shipname Type t Other names Builder Fate URL
Pampero (1864) bark-rigged screw steam cruiser 1,600 Tornado Captured at Madeira by the Spanish navy [506]
Constitución (1903) Swiftsure class 12,175 HMS Swiftsure (1903) Armstrong Whitworth Sold after the Pacts of May [507]
Cochrane (1918) Almirante Latorre-class battleship 21,850 Santiago, later Constitución and finally HMS Eagle (1918) Embargoed by UK, World War I [508]
Riveros (1915) Torpedoboat 1,700 HMS Tipperary (1915) Embargoed by UK, sunk 1916 [509]
Prat (1880) Cruiser 1,350 Japanese Tsukushi Sold to Japan at the end of the War of the Pacific [510]
Libertad (1903) Swiftsure class 11,985 HMS Triumph Vickers, Barrow Sold after the Pacts of May [511]
Antofagasta (1913) Submarine, CC class 373 HMCS CC-2 Sold to Canada at the beginning of the WW1 [512]
Iquique (1913) Submarine, CC class 373 HMCS CC-1 Sold to Canada at the beginning of the WW1 [513]
AÁguila (1941) Corvette 1,026 Alberto Daiber Shipyard Never completed, boilers in Europa during the WW2 [514]

List of ships under Chilean Letter of marque[edit]

On 20 November 1817 the Chilean government, under Bernardo O'Higgins issued a decree authorizing private persons to attack and capture enemy vessels and bring them before courts for condemnation and sale.[16]

List of ships under Chilean Letter of marque
Shipname Type t Other names Year Property of Guns Prizes URL
Santiago Bueras (1817) Brigantine 200.0 Lancaster 1817 Gregorio Cordovéz 12 Los Ángeles, Resolución [515]
El Chileno (1817) Brigantine Adeline 1817 Felipe S. de Solar 12 Saetas, Diamante, Inspectora, Balero and San Antonio [516]
La Fortuna (1817) Boat 20 Death or Glory 1817 Budge and MacKay Minerva [517]
La Fortuna (1817) Schooner 180.0 Catalina MacKay 10 San Miguel and Gran Poder [518]
Minerva (1817) Boat 1817 Budge and MacKay 12 Santa María [519]
Maipú (1818) Brigantine 1818 José M. Manterola San Antonio, Lanzafuego Providencia, Buena Esperanza [520]
Congreso (1817) Schooner 1818 J.A. Turner Empecinado, Golondrina, San Pedro Regalado [521]
Nuestra Señora del Carmen (1818) Schooner Better known as Furioso 1818 Manuel Antonio Boza 1 Nuestra Señora de Dolores,Machete [522]
Rosa de los Andes (1818) Corvette 400.0 Rose 1819 36 Tres Hermanas [523]
Coquimbo (1818)[17] Avon later Chacabuco (1818) 1818

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Under a government regulation of May 5, 1874 that allowed a subsidy in times of peace, the CVSA's ships were turned over to the government during the War of the Pacific (1879-1882). Carlos López Urrutia, The Sea and Chilean Expansion
  2. ^ The "first" Prat was the 1880 launched Japanese gunboat Tsukushi, built for Chile but sold to Japan. She never sailed under Chilean flag.
  3. ^ a b c d e The destroyers Muñoz Gamero (1896), Orella (1896), Riquelme (1896) (ren. Lientur (1896)) and Serrano (1896) were built by Laird Brothers and belonged to the same class
  4. ^ a b c d e f g The ships Mutilla, Contreras, Thomson and Rodríguez were built by Yarrow of Poplar (later Yarrow Shipbuilders) and transported in boxes to Valparaíso. Mutilla and Contreras were assembled by Lever, Murphy & Co Shipyard in Viña del Mar in 1898, Thomsom (later Ingeniero Mery) by Arsenal Naval de Talcahuano in 1900 and Rodríguez was assembled in the yard "Las Torpederas" in 1899. Videla and Hyatt were built (and assembled) in Yarrow. See Buques de la Armada construidos en Chile by Germán Bravo Valdivieso

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Carlos López Urrutia (29 February 2008). Historia de La Marina de Chile. Lulu.com. ISBN 978-0-615-18574-3. Retrieved 17 December 2012.
  2. ^ Gerardo Etcheverry, Principales naves de guerra a vela hispanoamericanas, Chile Archived 2012-04-28 at the Wayback Machine retrieved 5. January 2011
  3. ^ Gerardo Etcheverry, Principales naves de guerra a vela hispanoamericanas, Perú y Confederación Peruano-Boliviana retrieved on 19 December 2012
  4. ^ Chilean Navy website, Magallanes Archived 2011-12-11 at the Wayback Machine, retrieved on 30 December 2012
  5. ^ Barnard Castle shipwreck, retrieved on 19 December 2012
  6. ^ Mateo Martinic, Historia del Estrecho de Magallanes, page 217. Editorial Andrés Bello, 1977
  7. ^ Chilean Navy website Condell, retrieved on 5 November 2012
  8. ^ Chilean Navy website Talcahuano, cazatorpedero, retrieved on 5 November 2012
  9. ^ According to the Chilean Navy and cityofart.net/, The Chilean Navy, 1864 - 1920, they were similar to the Sharpshooter
  10. ^ Germán Bravo Valdivieso,Cumplimiento de una Comisión "Contra Viento y Marea"
  11. ^ Hugo Alsina Calderón, Torpederas en acción, retrieved on 1 January 2013
  12. ^ Manuel Chamorro Moreno, Monumento "Torpedera Fresia", retrieved on 1 January 2013
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