List of ships of the Argentine Navy

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ARA Veinticinco de Mayo aircraft carrier

This list includes all major warships that entered service with the Argentine Navy since being formally established in the 1860s.[n 1] It also includes ships that were purchased by Argentina but did not enter service under Argentine flag. The list does not include vessels prior to the 1860s; and it also excludes auxiliary ships (tugs, transports, colliers, tankers, scientific vessels, etc.) which are listed separately.

In addition, there is a separate list of ships currently in service with the Argentine Navy, regardless the type.

The list is organized by type of ship, by class within each type, and by entry date within each class. Service entry dates indicate the ship's commissioning into the Argentine Navy, and not the ship's entry in service with another navy unless specifically said.

Naming tradition[edit]

The current norms establish naming conventions for Argentine Navy ships according to their type, some of them specific to warships are summarized below.[1]

Destroyers, Frigates, Corvettes
Naval heroes, or names of significantly historic ships.
Submarines
Province names, with priority those starting with S.
Mine warfare ships
Province names, not used by Submarines.
Amphibious warfare ships
Coastal geographic features.
Fast attack ships
Adjectives symbolizing qualities of combat ships.

List of ships[edit]

Aircraft carriers[edit]

Colossus class (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Independencia V-1 ARA Independencia.jpg 1944 1959 1970 ex-HMS Warrior, ex-HMCS Warrior Scrapped 1971
ARA Veinticinco de Mayo V-2 ARA25mayo 1979 DN-SN-82-09623.jpg 1943 1969 1999 ex-HNLMS Karel Doorman, formerly HMS Venerable Scrapped 1999

Battleships[edit]

Almirante Brown ironclad (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Almirante Brown none AlmBrownAcorazado.jpg 1880 1881 1932 none Scrapped

Libertad-class coastal battleships (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Libertad none ARALibertad1892-MNPB.jpg 1892 1892 1946 none To coast guard 1947
ARA Independencia none AcRioIndependenciax400.jpg 1891 1893 1946 none To coast guard 1949

Rivadavia-class dreadnoughts (US-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Rivadavia none Rivadavia Battleship LOC 14781u.jpg 1911 1915 1957 none Sold for scrap 1957
ARA Moreno none Argentine battleship Moreno in 1947.jpg 1911 1915 1957 none Sold for scrap 1957

Monitors[edit]

El Plata class (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA El Plata none Monitor El Plata.jpg 1874 1875 1930 none Scrapped
ARA Los Andes none MonitorLosandes.jpg 1874 1875 1930 none Scrapped

Cruisers[edit]

Patagonia protected cruiser (Austro-Hungarian-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Patagonia none Crucero Patagonia -1887.jpg 1886 1886 1925 none Scrapped

Protected Elswick cruisers (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Veinticinco de Mayo none Crucero25Mayo Jane19102.jpg 1890 1891 1916 Ordered as Necochea, renamed before completion Scrapped 1927
ARA Nueve de Julio none Nueve de Julio.jpg 1892 1893 1930 none Scrapped
ARA Buenos Aires none ARABuenosAires.jpg 1895 1896 1932 none Sold for scrap 1935

Patria torpedo cruiser (British-built)

Ship Name Pennant Number Picture Launched Service Entry Decomm. Other Names Fate
ARA Patria none CruceroPatria.jpg 1893 1894 1927 none

Giuseppe Garibaldi-class armoured cruisers (Italian-built)

Ordered from Italian shipyards. Two ships, Rivadavia and Mariano Moreno, were sold to Japan prior to completion as per naval disarmament agreements with Chile.

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Garibaldi none Garibaldi NH 88671.jpg 1895 1896 1934 Sold for scrap 1937
ARA San Martín none AcorazadoSanMartin.jpg 1895 1898 1935 Scrapped 1947
ARA General Belgrano none Incrociatore corazzato General Belgrano, 1896 - san dl SAN IMG-00001371.jpg 1897 1898 1933 To coast guard 1933, stricken 1947, sold for scrap 1953
ARA Pueyrredón none Pueyrredon.jpg 1897 1898 1954 Sold for scrap 1957
ARA Rivadavia none IJN Kasuga at Sasebo in 1905.jpg 1902 Sold before completion to Japan, no service.
(1903−1942 in Japan)
Ordered as Mitre, later renamed. Japanese name Kasuga Sunk 1945, salvaged and broken up for scrap 1948
ARA Mariano Moreno none NisshinPortSaid.jpg 1903 Sold before completion to Japan, no service.
(1903−1935 in Japan)
Ordered as Roca, later renamed. Japanese name Nisshin Sunk as target 1936, raised and sunk as target again 1942

Almirante Brown-class heavy cruisers (Italian-built)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Almirante Brown C-1 ABrown49.JPG 1929 1931 1961 none Sold for scrap 1962
ARA Veinticinco de Mayo C-2 25 de Mayo.jpg 1929 1931 1961 none

La Argentina light cruiser (British-built)

ARA La Argentina was a light cruiser, designed for training naval cadets.

Ship name Pennant n Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA La Argentina C-3 ARA La Argentina (C-3).jpg 1937 1939 1972 none Scrapped 1974

General Belgrano class (US Brooklyn class)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other Names Fate
ARA General Belgrano C-4 Argentine cruiser ARA General Belgrano (C-4) underway in the 1950s.jpg 1938 1951 1982† ARA Diecisiete de Octubre till 1956, ex-USS Phoenix Sunk by British submarine HMS Conqueror during the Falklands War
ARA Nueve de Julio C-5 USS Boise (CL-47) at anchor, circa 1938-39 (NH 97779).jpg 1936 1951 1977 ex-USS Boise Scrapped 1983

Torpedo boats[edit]

Maipu-class torpedo ram (British-built)

Bathurst class (British-built; Yarrow 1890 type - Mod GB TB 79 type)[2]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Bathurst none none 1890 1927
ARA Buchardo none none 1890 1927
ARA Jorge none none 1890 1926
ARA King none none 1890 1926
ARA Pinedo none none 1890 1926
ARA Thorne none none 1890 1926

Espora class (British-built)

1st class Thornycroft class (British-built)

2nd class Thornycroft class (British-built)

2nd class Yarrow class (British-built)

Riverine Yarrow class (British-built)

Destroyer torpedo boats[edit]

Corrientes class (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Corrientes none none 1897 1930
ARA Misiones none none 1897 1930
ARA Entre Rios none none 1896 1930
ARA Santa Fe none none 1896 1897 [n 2]

Catamarca class (German-built)

Ship Name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Catamarca none none 1912 1957
ARA Jujuy none none 1912 1957

La Plata class (German-built)

Ship Name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Córdoba none none 1912 1957
ARA La Plata none none 1912 1957

Eight other destroyers were ordered around this time but never entered service with the Argentine Navy. See Aetos-class destroyer (Greece) and Aventurier-class destroyer (France).

Cervantes class (Spanish-built)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Cervantes D-1 ex-Alcalá Galiano 1928 1961
ARA Juan de Garay D-2 ex-Churruca 1928 1960

Ordered by the Spanish Navy and sold to Argentina prior to completion.

Mendoza class (British-built)

Ship Name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Mendoza D-3 none 1929 1961
ARA La Rioja D-4 none 1929 1962
ARA Tucuman D-5 none 1929 1962

Buenos Aires class (British-built)

Ship Name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioned
ARA Buenos Aires T-6 / D-6 none 1938 1971
ARA Entre Rios T-7 / D-7 none 1938 1971
ARA Corrientes T-8 none 1938 1941 [n 3]
ARA San Juan T-9 / D-9 none 1938 1971
ARA San Luis T-10 / D-10 none 1938 1970
ARA Misiones T-11 / D-11 none 1938 1970
ARA Santa Cruz T-12 / D-12 none 1939 1972

Brown/Almirante Domecq García class (leased US Fletcher class)

Ship Name Pennant Number Picture Launched Service Entry Decomm. Other Names Fate
ARA Brown D-20 ARA Almirante Brown D20 underway.jpg 1942 1961 1979 ex-USS Heermann Scrapped 1982
ARA Espora D-21 Argentine destroyer ARA Espora (D-21) in 1962.jpg 1943 1961 1979 ex-USS Dortch Scrapped 1979
ARA Rosales D-22 Argentine destroyer ARA Rosales (D-22) in 1962.jpg 1943 1961 1981 ex-USS Stembel Scrapped 1981
ARA Almirante Domecq Garcia D-23 1943 1971 1982 ex-USS Braine Sunk in live fire missile test 1983
ARA Almirante Storni D-24 1943 1971 1981 ex-USS Cowell Scrapped 1982

Seguí class (modified US Allen M. Sumner class)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Seguí D-25 1944 1972 1983 ex-USS Hank Scrapped 1983
ARA Bouchard D-26 1944 1972 1984 ex-USS Borie Scrapped 1984
ARA Piedra Buena [n 4] D-29 ARA Piedra Buena (D-29).jpg 1944 1977 1985 ex-USS Collett Sunk by missile in naval exercise 1988

Py class (modified US Gearing class)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Py D-27 Argentine destroyer ARA Py (D-27) underway at sea in 1978.jpg 1944 1973 1984 ex-USS Perkins Sunk as target 1987

Hércules class (British Type 42 destroyers)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Hércules D-28, D-1, now B-52 B52ARAHercules.jpg 1972 1976 none In active service, since 1999 transformed into a multi-purpose transport ship
ARA Santísima Trinidad D-2 ARASantísimaTrinidadD-2.jpg 1974 1981 none Formally in reserve since 2004. Sunk 2013, salvaged 2015, awaiting conversion to museum ship

Almirante Brown class (German MEKO 360H2 type)

Ship name Pennant number Picture Launched Service entry Decommissioned Other names Fate
ARA Almirante Brown D-10 Almirante Brown (D 10).png 1981 1983 none In active service
ARA La Argentina D-11 ARALaArgentina.jpg 1981 1983 none In active service
ARA Heroína D-12 D12ARAHeroina.jpg 1982 1983 none In active service
ARA Sarandí D-13 D13 ARA Sarandi DN-SC-91-01826.jpg 1982 1984 none In active service

Frigates and corvettes[edit]

Murature class (Locally designed and built)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Murature P-20 none 1946 2014 [3]
ARA King P-21 none 1946 in reserve [n 5][4]

Hércules class (River/Tacoma-class World War II frigates)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Hércules P-31 ex-USS Asheville,
ex-HMS Adur
18 February 1948 1961, transferred[n 6]
sold 1969
ARA Heroína P-32 ex-USS Reading 8 February 1947 sold 5 August 1964
ARA Sarandí P-33 ex-USS Uniontown,
ex- USSChattanooga
18 February 1948 sold 29 June 1967
ARA Santísima Trinidad P-34 ex-HMS Caicos,
ex-USS Hannam
1948 1963, converted[n 7]
sold 1970 or 1971

República class (Flower class)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA República P-10 ex-HMS Smilax 1948 1961

Azopardo class (Locally designed and built)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Azopardo P-35 none 1957 1972
ARA Piedra Buena[n 8] P-36 none 1957 1973

Drummond class (French D'Estienne d'Orves class)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Drummond P-31 ex-SAS Good Hope 1978[n 9] active
ARA Guerrico P-32 ex-SAS Transvaal 1978[n 10] active
ARA Granville P-33 none 1981 active

Espora class (German MEKO 140A16 type, locally built)

Ship Name Pennant Number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Espora P-41 none 1985 active
ARA Rosales P-42 none 1986 active
ARA Spiro P-43 none 1988 active
ARA Parker P-44 none 1990 active
ARA Robinson P-45 none 2000[n 11] active
ARA Gómez Roca P-46 none 2004[n 12] active

Patrol, torpedo and fast attack craft[edit]

Zurubí class (Argentine-built)[5]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Zurubí P-55 P-36 1939 active [n 13][6]

Intrépida class (German-built) - known as "fast craft" ((in Spanish) lánchas rápidas)[7]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Intrépida P-85 none 1974 active[n 14]
ARA Indómita P-86 none 1974 active[n 15]

Baradero class (Israeli-built Dabur class) [8]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Baradero P-61 none 1978 active
ARA Barranqueras P-62 none 1978 active
ARA Clorinda P-63 none 1978 active
ARA Concepción del Uruguay P-64 none 1978 active

Punta Mogotes class (US-built Point class)[9]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Punta Mogotes P-65 ex-Point Hobart (WPB-82377) 1999 active
ARA Río Santiago P-66 ex-Point Carrew (WPB-82374) 2000 active

Gunboats[edit]

Paraná class (British-built) - also classified as "corvettes"

Ship Name Pennant Number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Paraná none none 1875 1921 [n 16]
ARA Uruguay none none 1875 active [n 17]


Constitución class (British-built) - locally classified as "bombarderas", they were of the Rendel gunboat type.[10]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Constitución none none 1875 1955
ARA República none none 1875 1955

Bermejo class (British-built) - locally classified as "bombarderas",[n 18] they were of the Rendel gunboat type.[11]

Ship Name Pennant Number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Bermejo none none 1875 1932
ARA Pilcomayo none none 1875 1935

Rosario class (British-built) - armoured river gunboats

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Rosario none none 1909 1959
ARA Paraná none none 1909 1959

Amphibious warfare[edit]

Cabo San Bartolome class (ex-United States Landing Ship, Tank)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Cabo San Bartolome BDT-1 / Q-41 USS LST-851 1948 1968
ARA Cabo San Diego BDT-2 USS LST-995 / Don Nicolas 1948 1966
ARA Cabo San Francisco de Paula BDT-3 USS LST-998 / Don Ernesto 1948 1968
ARA Cabo San Gonzalo BDT-4 / Q-44 USS LST-872 / Doña Micaela 1948 1979

Cabo San Antonio class (Locally-built De Soto County)

Ship Name Pennant Number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Cabo San Antonio Q-42 none 1977 1997

Cándido de Lasala class (ex-United States)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Cándido de Lasala Q-43 ex-USS Gunston Hall 1970 1981

Mine warfare[edit]

Bathurst class (German-built M1915 and M1916 classes) [12]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Bathurst M-1 ex-German M-48 1922 1960s
ARA Fournier M-2 ex-German M-51 1922 1960s
ARA Jorge M-3 ex-German M-52 1922 1960s
ARA King M-4 ex-German M-53 1922 1960s
ARA Murature M-5 ex-German M-74 1922 1960s
ARA Pinedo M-6 ex-German M-75 1922 1960s
ARA Py M-7 ex-German Margot 1922 1960s
ARA Segui M-8 ex-German M-90 1922 1960s
ARA Thorne M-9 ex-German M-101 1922 1960s
ARA Golondrina M-10 ex-German M-105 1922 1960s

Neuquén class (British-built Ton class)[13][n 19]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Neuquén M-1 ex-British Hickleton (M1131) 1968 1996
ARA Río Negro M-2 ex-British Tariton (M1186) 1968 1977
ARA Chubut M-3 ex-British Santon (M1178) 1968 1995
ARA Tierra del Fuego M-4 ex-British Bevington (M1108) 1968 1995
ARA Chaco M-5 ex-British Rennington (M1176) 1969 2003
ARA Formosa M-6 ex-British Ilmington (M1148) 1968 2003

Bouchard class (Argentine-built minesweepers/minelayers) [14] [n 20]

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Bouchard M-7 Nanawa (Paraguayan Navy) 1937 1964[n 21]
ARA Drummond M-2 none 1937 1964
ARA Granville M-4 none 1937 1967
ARA Parker M-11 none 1937 1963
ARA Spiro M-13 none 1938 1962[n 22]
ARA Robinson M-3 none 1939 1967
ARA Seaver M-12 Capitán Meza (Paraguayan Navy) 1939 1968[n 23]
ARA Py M-10 Teniente Fariña (Paraguayan Navy) 1939 1968[n 24]
ARA Fournier M-5 none 1940 1949[n 25]

Submarines[edit]

By tradition, Argentine submarines bear the names of provinces whose names begin with the letter "S", thus, the pool of names is limited to only six ("Santa Fe", "Salta", "Santiago del Estero", "San Luis", "San Juan" and "Santa Cruz") resulting in repeated class and ship names.

Santa Fe (1) class (Italian-built Tarantinos)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Santa Fe S-1 none 1933 1956
ARA Salta S-2 none 1933 1960
ARA Santiago del Estero S-3 none 1933 1959

Santa Fe (2) class (US-built Balao class)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Santa Fe S-11 ex-USS Macabi 1960 1972
ARA Santiago del Estero S-12 ex-USS Lamprey 1960 1971

Santa Fe (3) class (US-built Guppy class)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Santa Fe S-21 ex-USS Catfish 1972 1982 [n 26]
ARA Santiago del Estero S-22 ex-USS Chivo 1971 1981

Salta class (German-built Type 209)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Salta S-31 none 1974 active
ARA San Luis S-32 none 1974 1997 [n 27]

Santa Cruz class (German-built TR-1700 type)

Six of these ships were planned by the Navy. Only the first two, built in Germany, were actually completed. The other four, to be built in Argentina, were never completed due to budgetary concerns.

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Santa Cruz S-41 none 1984 active
ARA San Juan S-42 none 1985 Lost 2017
ARA Santa Fe S-43 none never completed never completed
ARA Santiago del Estero S-44 none never completed never completed
-no name- S-45 none never completed never completed
-no name- S-46 none never completed never completed

Sailing warships[edit]

La Argentina class (Austria-Hungary-built) formally classified as a sailing corvette

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA La Argentina none none 1884 1900

Presidente Sarmiento class (British-built)

Ship name Pennant number Other names Service entry Decommissioning
ARA Presidente Sarmiento none none 1898 active[n 28]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ In 1861 the modern Argentine Republic was born, after the Battle of Pavón.
  2. ^ Sunk in shipwreck during patrol in the River Plate off Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay.
  3. ^ Sunk after collision with the heavy cruiser ARA Almirante Brown during fleet exercises off Mar del Plata.
  4. ^ Named alternatively Piedrabuena in some sources.
  5. ^ As of November 2015, ARA King is being overhauled.
  6. ^ Transferred to Prefectura Naval Argentina (Argentine Coast Guard) and renamed PNA Juan Bautista Azopardo
  7. ^ Converted to a survey vessel and renamed ARA Comodoro Lasserre.
  8. ^ Named alternatively Piedrabuena in some sources.
  9. ^ Originally being built for the South African Navy before UN sanctions were applied to South Africa; was acquired prior to completion.
  10. ^ Originally being built for the South African Navy before UN sanctions were applied to South Africa; was acquired prior to completion.
  11. ^ Construction was halted due to budgetary issues, then resumed in 1997.
  12. ^ Construction was halted due to budgetary issues, then resumed in 1997.
  13. ^ Transferred in 1944 to the Navy as a patrol boat with pennant number P-36. Decommissioned in 1985, refurbished and re-commissioned in 1993. As of February 2016 is in service based at Ushuaia.
  14. ^ A 40mm gun mount was replaced by MM38 Exocet launcher in 1998.
  15. ^ At shipyard awaiting overhaul as of late 2014.
  16. ^ Converted to a transport and renamed ARA Piedra Buena. Sunk during a storm.
  17. ^ Currently a museum ship docked at Buenos Aires; nominally in commission in the Argentine Navy and declared a National Historical Monument.
  18. ^ "Histarmar" list this class as Pilcomayo rather than Bermejo.
  19. ^ The service entry date shown in this article is the one listed in the individual ships history, while the page cited shows an earlier date.
  20. ^ The Bouchard class ships were classified as mine Trackers ((in Spanish) Rastreadores) by the Argentine Navy.
  21. ^ Sold to Paraguay, renamed Nanawa.
  22. ^ Transferred to the Argentine Coast Guard.
  23. ^ Sold to Paraguay, renamed Capitán Meza.
  24. ^ Sold to Paraguay, renamed Teniente Fariña.
  25. ^ Sunk in the surroundings of Cono Point (Tierra del Fuego) with all hands.
  26. ^ Sunk during the Falklands War.
  27. ^ Stricken from the fleet list after incomplete overhaul, possible return to service being considered by the Navy.
  28. ^ Used as a training vessel until 1930s, and retired from all training duties in 1961, is currently moored at Buenos Aires as a museum ship.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Historia - Tradiciones - Nombres de buques Armada Argentina, sitio oficial (in Spanish) Official website of the Argentine Navy (accessed 2015-12-19)
  2. ^ Gardiner, Robert and Randal Grey: Conway's All The World's Fighting Ships 1906 - 1921 London: Conway's Maritime Press Ltd, 1985
  3. ^ El patrullero "Murature" cumple un ciclo de vida Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine Gaceta Marinera (in Spanish)(accessed 2015-01-16)
  4. ^ El jefe de la Armada visitó el patrullero ARA “King” Archived 2015-12-24 at the Wayback Machine Gaceta Marinera, 25-11-2015 (in Spanish)(accessed 2015-12-24)
  5. ^ "Lancha Patrullera Clase "Zurubí" (Armada Argentina - Poder Naval - Flota de Mar - Unidades)". Argentine Navy official website (in Spanish). Argentine Navy. Retrieved 2016-02-20.
  6. ^ "P-36 SURUBÍ/ZURUBI (Buques Históricos - Histarmar)" (in Spanish). Fundacion Histarmar. Archived from the original on 2016-03-28. Retrieved 2016-02-20.
  7. ^ "Lanchas Rápidas Clase "INTRÉPIDA"". Argentine Navy official website (in Spanish). Argentine Navy. Retrieved 16 January 2015.
  8. ^ "Lanchas Rápidas Clase "BARADERO"". Argentine Navy official website. Argentine Navy. Retrieved 24 December 2015.
  9. ^ "Lanchas Patrulleras Clase Way Point" [Way Point class Patrol Boats]. Histarmar - Historia y Arqueología Marítima (in Spanish). Fundación Histarmar. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  10. ^ Osvaldo, Sídoli (2009). "LOS CAÑONEROS RENDELL - ARGENTINA". Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Carlos Mey. Retrieved 2014-09-13.
  11. ^ Osvaldo, Sídoli (2009). "LOS CAÑONEROS RENDELL - ARGENTINA". Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Carlos Mey. Retrieved 2014-09-13.
  12. ^ "Los Barreminas Alemanes de 1922" [German 1922 Minesweepers]. Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires, Argentina: Fundación Histarmar. Retrieved 2016-01-17.
  13. ^ "Cazaminas, Barreminas 1900/2000" [Minehunters, Minesweepers 1900/2000]. Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires, Argentina: Fundación Histarmar. Retrieved 2016-01-19.
  14. ^ "Rastreadores" [Trackers]. Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires, Argentina: Fundación Histarmar. Retrieved 2016-01-21.

Bibliography[edit]

Further reading[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Buques de la Armada Argentina 1900-2013" [(List of ) Ships of the Argentine Navy 1900-2013]. Historia y Arqueologia Marítima (Histarmar) (in Spanish). Fundación Histarmar - Carlos Mey. Retrieved 2014-09-14.