List of Retired Spanish Navy Ships - Destroyers

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Destroyers

  • Destructor class (1)
    • Destructor (1887–1909)
  • Furor class (6)
    • Furor (1897–1898)
    • Pluton (1897–1898)
    • Terror (1897–1925)
    • Audaz (1898–1924)
    • Osado (1898–1924)
    • Proserpina (1898–1931)
  • Bustamante class (3)
    • Bustamante (1914–1930)
    • Villamil (1916–1932)
    • Cadarso (1917–1931)
  • Alsedo class (3)
    • Alsedo (1924–1957)
    • Velasco (1924–1957)
    • Lazaga (1925–1961)
  • Churruca I class (7)
    • Sanchez Barcáiztegui (1928–1964)
    • José Luis Díez (1929–1965)
    • Almirante Ferrándiz (1929–1936)
    • Lepanto (1930–1957)
    • Churruca (1931–1963)
    • Alcalá Galiano (1931–1957)
    • Almirante Valdés (1933–1957)
  • Churruca II class (7)
    • Almirante Antequera (1935–1965)
    • Almirante Miranda (1936–1970)
    • Ciscar (1936–1957)
    • Escaño (1936–1963)
    • Gravina (1936–1963)
    • Jorge Juan (1937–1959)
    • Ulloa (1937–1963)
  • Liniers class, (Churruca III, modernized*) (2)
    • D-51 Liniers (1951/1962*-1982)
    • D-52 Álava (1951/1962*-1978)
  • Alessandro Poerio/Huesca class (2)
    • Huesca (1937–1953) (ex-Alessandro Poerio 1915-1937)
    • Teruel (1937–1948) (ex-Guglielmo Pepe 1915-1937)
  • Aquila/Mărăşti/Ceuta class (2)
    • Ceuta (1937–1948) (ex- Falco, ex-Viscol 1919-1937)
    • Melilla (1937–1950) (ex-Aquila 1916-1937) (ex-Vifor 1919-1937)
  • D-30 Audaz class (9)
    • D-31 Audaz (1953–1974)
    • D-32 Osado (1955–1972)
    • D-33 Meteoro (1955–1974)
    • D-34 Furor (1960–1974)
    • D-35 Rayo (1958–1974)
    • D-36 Ariete (1961–1966)
    • D-37 Temerario (1964–1975)
    • D-38 Intrépido (1965–1982)
    • D-39 Relámpago (1965–1975)
  • D-20 Fletcher/Lepanto class (5)
    • D-21 Lepanto (1957-1985) (ex-DD550 Capps 1943-57)
    • D-22 Almirante Ferrándiz (1957–1987) (ex-DD551 Taylor 1943-57)
    • D-23 Almirante Valdés (1959–1986) (ex-DD509 Converse 1942-59)
    • D-24 Alcalá Galiano (1960–1988) (ex-DD779 Jarvis 1944-60)
    • D-25 Jorge Juan (1960–1988) (ex-DD678 McGowan 1943-60)
  • D-40 Oquendo class (3)
    • D-41 Oquendo (1963–1978)
    • D-42 Roger de Lauria (1969–1982)
    • D-43 Marqués de la Ensenada (1970–1988)
  • D-60 Gearing FRAM II/Churruca class (5)
    • D-61 Churruca (1972–1989) (ex-DD711 Eugene A. Greene 1945-72)
    • D-62 Gravina (1972–1991) (ex-DD882 Furse 1945-72)
    • D-63 Méndez Núñez (1973–1992) (ex-DD889 O'Hare 1945-73)
    • D-64 Lángara (1973–1992) (ex-DD879 Leary 1945-73)
    • D-65 Blas de Lezo (1973–1991) (ex-DD841 Noa 1945-73)

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