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Riveros (1914) 1920 Royal Navy 1933 Monreal (1925) Tug 45.0 Petrel 1925 Built in France 1983 Cortez (1926) Tug 35.0 Taltal 1926 Built in Valdivia 1956 Caupolicán (1927) Tug 28.0 1927 Built in Talcahuano 1957 Valdivia (1927) Dredger 1,410.0 1927 Conrad Weft, Netherlands 1957 Abtao (1889) Transporter 8,600.0 Pontia, Ernest Hemseth 1928 1929 Videla (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I.

Thornycroft 1960 Fortuna (1898) Tug 94.0 1928 1964 Refitted from an old shipwreck Orella (1928) Destroyer, Serrano class 1,090.0 1928 John I.

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: List of ships operated by the Chilean Navy 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 * Perla (1811) Frigate Pearl 1813 Old Fatherland ship * AÁguila (1796) Brigantine 220 Eagle, ren.

Geen, Londres 1891 Cóndor (1889) Tug 145.0 1891 Forges et Chantiers 1937 Cachapoalito (1850) Tug 1891 Pudeto (1884) Steamer 273.0 1891 J.

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.

Yungay 1898 Palmer & Sons Purchased as Coaling station Yungay (1850) Frigate 1,389.0 Ex-British Commodore (1850) 1898 Palmer & Sons Galvarino (1885) Tug 330.0 Quebracho 1899 John Fullerton and Co., Paisley, Glasgow 1928 Andalucía (1899) Frigate 1899 Baquedano (1898) Corvette 2,500.0 1899 Armstrong & Co, Elswick 1935 Orión (1900) Tug 1900 Meteoro (1901) Tug 800.0 1901 Lever, Murphy & Co Shipyard 1918 Rancagua (1898) Transporter 6,210.0 Idaho 1901 Swan Hunter 1931 Chacabuco (1898) Cruiser, protected 4,160.0 4 du Julliet 1902 Armstrong Whitworth 1947 O'Brien (1902) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Laird Brothers 1924 Merino Jarpa (1902) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Laird Brothers 1924 Thomson (1898) Destroyer 350.0 1902 Armstrong, Elswick 1924 Brito (1904) Tug 1904 1931 Lautaro (1860) Frigate 1,974.0 Ex-Majestic 1904 Built in Hull, England 1956 Bought as colaing station then refitted Majestic (1860) Frigate 1,974.0 Ren.

Lautaro (1860) 1904 Built in Hull, England 1956 Pisagua (1904) Cutter 800.0 1905 Behrends Shipyard, Valdivia 1917 Sarita (1903) 1905 Built in Constitución 1905 Valdivia (1903) Cutter 800.0 1905 Behrens Shipyard, Valdivia 1909 Baker (1907) Tug 1907 Yelcho (1906) Cutter (boat) 430.0 1908 1945 AÁguila (1909) Cutter 571.0 1909 Grangemouth and Greenock Dockyard Co., Greenock 1937 Porvenir (1906) Cutter 350.0 1909 Built in Cristiania, Norway 1930 Ortiz (1909) Tug 295.0 1909 Bow, Mac Lachlan & Co.

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