Current Ships

Frigate Almirante Riveros

The first "Almirante Riveros" was a destroyer, of 1.964 tons built for Chile in Great Britain in 1913. It was seized for the British, and sunk in action in 1917 at the Battle of Jutland. The second, also a destroyer of 1.829 tons was built in England in 1913. She was transferred to the Chilean...

Missile Frigate Almirante Williams

The frigate "Almirante Williams" (former UK HMS "Sheffield") it's a Type 22, Broadsword class Batch 2 frigate, designed as specialist anti-submarine platform.The ship was built by Swan Hunter Shipbuilders in Tyneside, UK, between 1984 and 1986, commissioned on July 26th of 1988 and was retired...

Training Ship Esmeralda (VI)

The Academy Vessel Esmeralda was bought from Spain. In 1946, the Spanish Navy ordered the construction of a vessel, hull Nº 32, to the Echavarrieta & Larrinaga Yards in order to replace the Academy Vessel Juan Sebastian de Elcano. The construction began in the same year.On August 18, 1947,...

Tug Galvarino (4th)

This ship was built at the slipway 51 of Aukra Bruk Yardships in Norway, for Danish Company Maersk. She was launched in August,1974. Her first port of registration was Skagen.This ship was designed to assist deep water oil rigs. It also has a reinforced hull to sail among ice floes, for what she...

Tug Lautaro (8th)

This is a Veritas-Class ship, built in Norwegian Yardships, identical to R.A.M. Janequeo and Galvarino.According to Resolution C.J.A. (Res.) N 4520/C-1227 Vrs. passed on December 19, 1990, this ship is added to the Chilean Navy from December 21, 1990. Last Modification: 27/01/2009

Coastal Patrol Ship Grumete Samuel Machado

Belongs to the Dabur Class of units designed to perform patrolling in inland and coastal waters.The first units were built in the United States by the end of the sixties during the Vietnam War. Afterwards, the fabrication license was donated to the Israel Navy, where are currently built.The...

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