Churruca Class Destroyer - Ships








1925 1927 Sold to Argentina, renamed ARA Cervantes Decommissioned 1961

Alcalá Galiano

1927 1927 Sold to Argentina, renamed ARA Juan de Garay Decommissioned 1960

Sánchez Barcáiztegui

1928 1964 Obsolete Scrapped

José Luis Díez

1929 1965 Obsolete Scrapped

Almirante Ferrándiz

1929 1936 Sunk In action, by the cruiser Canarias


1930 1957 Obsolete Scrapped


1931 1957 Obsolete Scrapped

Alcalá Galiano

1931 1963 Obsolete Scrapped

Almirante Valdés

1933 1957 Obsolete Scrapped

Almirante Antequera

1935 1965 Obsolete Scrapped

Almirante Miranda

1936 1970 Obsolete Scrapped


1936 1957 Ran aground


1936 1963 Obsolete Scrapped


1936 1963 Obsolete Scrapped

Jorge Juan

1937 1959 Obsolete Scrapped


1937 1963 Obsolete Scrapped


1946 1982 Obsolete Scrapped


1947 1978 Obsolete Scrapped

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