List of ships of the Portuguese Navy

This is a list of various Portuguese warships:

Historical battleships

Carracks (C) and galleons (G)

*? (c. 1466) - Captured by England 1479, renamed "Edward Howard"
* Lubu suwars (c.1516)
* São Paulo - Wrecked 1561?
* Águia - Sank 1559
* Garça - Sank 1559
* Cinco Chagas (1560/61)
* São Martinho (c. 1580)
* São Mateus (c. 1580)
* São Cristóvão (c. 1581)
* São Filipe (c. 1583)
* São Luís (c. 1585)
* São Marcos (c. 1585)
* Santiago (c. 1585)
* São João (c. 1586)
* São Bernardo (c. 1586)
* Relíquias (C) - Sank 1587
* São Tomé - Wrecked 1589
* São Martinho - Flagship of the "Invincible Armada" in 1588
* Madre de Deus - Captured by England 1592
* Santo Alberto - Wrecked 1593
* Chagas - Sank 1594
* Santiago - Captured by the Netherlands 1602
* Santo António (G) - In 1615 fleet to India
* Santo Amaro - Wrecked 1620
* Nossa Senhora de Conceição (C) (1620) - Burnt by Algerines 1621
* Santo Alberto (C) - Sank before 1622
* São João Baptista (c. 1621) - Sank 1622
* Santa Teresa de Jesus - Wrecked 1622
* São Carlos - Wrecked 1622
* São José - Wrecked 1622
* São Francisco Xavier (C) - Flagship of 1623 fleet to India, wrecked 1625
* Santa Isabel (C) - In 1623 fleet to India, storm 1624
* Nossa Senhora da Conceição (C) - In 1623 fleet to India, scuttled after damage 1625
* Santo André (G) - In 1623 fleet to India
* Misericórdia (G) - In 1623 fleet to India
* São Simão (G) - In 1623 fleet to India, storm 1624
* Nossa Senhora da Guia - Wrecked 1624
* São Pedro (G)
* São João 366
* Cinco Chagas (C) (c. 1623) - In 1624 fleet to India
* Nossa Senhora da Quietação (C) (c. 1623) - In 1624 fleet to India
* São João (G) - In 1624 fleet to India
* Santa Catarina do Monte Sinai
* Nossa Senhora da Conceição (C/G)
* Nossa Senhora dos Remédios
* Nossa Senhora da Saúde (C)
* Nossa Senhora de Belém - Sank 1635
* Bom Jesus (G) 64/70 (1636)
* Santa Teresa (G) (c. 1637) - Burnt at the Battle of the Downs, 1639
* São Sebastião 54 - Burnt 1639
* Sacramento - Sank 1647
* Nossa Senhora da Atalaia - Sank 1647
* São Pedro da Ribeira (G)
* Padre Eterno (G) (1663)
* Santo António de Tana 54 - Sank 1698

ail battleships (ships of the line)

*Princesa do Céu (c. 1700) - Discarded 1718?
*Nossa Senhora de Bettencourt (c. 1700) - Discarded 1701?
*Nossa Senhora do Vale (c. 1701) - Discarded 1701?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição 80 (c. 1701) - Discarded 1724?
*Nossa Senhora da Assunção 66 (c. 1705) - Discarded 1731?
*Nossa Senhora das Portas do Céu de Rosette (c. 1706) - Discarded 1708?
*São Jorge, Nossa Senhora das Necessidades 66 (c. 1708) - Discarded 1737?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição (c. 1710) - Discarded 1712?
*Santa Ana e São Joaquim (c. 1711) - Discarded 1718?
*Nossa Senhora da Piedade 66 (c. 1711) - Discarded 1725?
*Nossa Senhora das Angústias (c. 1713) - Discarded 1713?
*Nossa Senhora da Palma e São Pedro (c. 1715) - Discarded 1729?
*Nossa Senhora do Pilar, o Padre Eterno 70 (c. 1715) - Discarded 1740?
*Santa Rosa 66 (c. 1716) - Burnt 1726
*Rainha dos Anjos 54-56 (c. 1716) - Burnt 1722
*São Lourenço 58 (c. 1716) - Discarded 1734?
*Nossa Senhora da Luz 66 (probably ex-Dutch "Daalhem" or "Prins Friso" 64, acquired 1717) - Discarded 1720?
*Nossa Senhora do Monte do Carmo 74 (probably ex-Dutch "Zeelandia" or "Gelderland" 72, acquired 1717) - Discarded 1724?
*Nossa Senhora do Cabo e São Pedro de Alcântara 72 (probably ex-Dutch "Zeelandia" or "Gelderland" 72, acquired 1717) - Captured by pirates 1721
*Nossa Senhora da Guia 66 (probably ex-Dutch "Daalhem" or "Prins Friso" 64, acquired 1717) - Discarded 1719?
*Nossa Senhora da Penha de França 70 (c. 1717) - Discarded 1730?
*Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e São João Evangelista 66 (c. 1717) - Discarded 1734?
*Nossa Senhora da Atalaia 52 (c. 1719) - Discarded 1733?
*Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e São Francisco Xavier (c. 1720) - Discarded 1732?
*Nossa Senhora da Vitória 64 (c. 1720) - Burnt 1730
*Nossa Senhora da Oliveira 50-52 (c. 1721) - Discarded 1737?
*Nossa Senhora da Nazaré 50 (c. 1721) - BU 1741
*Nossa Senhora do Rosário 50 (c. 1723) - Discarded 1740?
*Nossa Senhora do Livramento e São Francisco Xavier 66 (c. 1723) - Discarded 1735?
* Nossa Senhora do Livramento 66 (c. 1724)
*Santo António 64-74 (c. 1724) - Discarded 1725?
*Nossa Senhora da Boa Viagem (c. 1724) - Discarded 1728?
*Nossa Senhora das Ondas 58 (c. 1724) - Discarded 1738?
*Santa Teresa de Jesus 66 (c. 1724) - Discarded 1735?
*Nossa Senhora da Lampadosa 50/64 (c. 1727) - Burnt 1759?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição e Santo António 70? (c. 1728) - Discarded 1734?
*Nossa Senhora da Estrela 64 (c. 1729) - Discarded 1736?
*Nossa Senhora do Rosário e Santo André 58 (c. 1732) - Burnt 1737
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição 74 (c. 1733) - Discarded 1745?
*Nossa Senhora da Boa Viagem 60 (c. 1734) - Discarded 1752?
*Nossa Senhora da Vitória 74 (c. 1735) - Aground 1746
*Nossa Senhora da Esperança 70 (c. 1735) - Discarded 1742?
*Nossa Senhora da Arrábida 60-62 (c. 1736) - BU 1744?
*Nossa Senhora da Glória 72-74 (c. 1737) - Sunk 1752
*Nossa Senhora da Oliveira de Guimarães 52-60 (c. 1737) - Discarded 1747?
*Nossa Senhora do Bom Sucesso 50 (c. 1738) - Discarded 1745?
*Nossa Senhora do Monte do Carmo 46 (c. 1738) - Discarded 1747?
*Nossa Senhora da Penha de França 56 (c. 1739) - Discarded 1750?
*Nossa Senhora da Nazaré (c. 1740) - Wrecked? 1740?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição e São João Baptista (c. 1740) - Sold 1745
*Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e Santo António 64 (c. 1740) - Discarded 1749?
*São João Baptista (c. 1741) - Discarded 1747? (ex-British?)
*São Francisco Xavier e Todo o Bem 50 (c. 1741) - Burnt and BU 1757
*Nossa Senhora da Piedade (Nossa Senhora das Mercês) (c. 1742) - Discarded 1754?
*Nossa Senhora da Caridade e São Francisco de Paula (c. 1744) - Discarded 1755?
*Nossa Senhora da Misericórdia (c. 1744) - Discarded 1754?
*Nossa Senhora da Nazaré 60 (c. 1744) - Discarded 1755?
*Nossa Senhora das Necessidades 70 (c. 1747) - Discarded 1764?
*Nossa Senhora do Vencimento e São José 58 (c. 1748) - Discarded 1764?
*São José e Nossa Senhora da Conceição 60-72 (c. 1748) - Discarded 1767?
*Nossa Senhora do Livramento e São José 60 (c. 1749) - Discarded 1762?
*Nossa Senhora das Brotas 50 (c. 1751) - Discarded 1765?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição e São José 60-72 (c. 1751) - Discarded 1763?
*Nossa Senhora da Natividade 50 (c. 1752) - Discarded 1766?
*Santo António e Justiça (c. 1752) - Discarded 1766?
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição e São Vicente Ferreira 50 (c. 1755) - Discarded 1764?
*Nossa Senhora da Assunção 64-66 (c. 1757) - Discarded 1762?
*Nossa Senhora da Caridade, São Francisco de Paula e Santo António (c. 1757) - Sold 1788
*Nossa Senhora da Ajuda e São Pedro de Alcântara 62-68 (c. 1759) - Rebuilt 1793 and renamed as "Princesa da Beira", sold 1834
* Santo António 60 (c. 1760)
*Nossa Senhora do Monte do Carmo 74 (c. 1760) - Wrecked 1774
*São José e Nossa Senhora das Mercês 54/64 (c. 1761) - Wrecked 1793/94
*Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e São José 62-64 (c. 1761) - Discarded 1780?
*Nossa Senhora do Pilar 74 (c. 1763) - Rebuilt 1793 and renamed "Conde Dom Henrique", to Brazil 1822
*Santo António e São José 64-74 (c. 1763) - Rebuilt 1794 and renamed "Infante dom Pedro", rebuilt 1806 and renamed "Martin de Freitas", renamed "Dom Pedro I" 1822, to Brazil 1822
*Nossa Senhora do Bom Sucesso 64-72 (c. 1766) - Rebuilt 1800 and renamed "Dom João de Castro", to Brazil 1822
*Nossa Senhora de Belém e São José 54 (c. 1766) - BU 1805
*São Sebastião 64 (c. 1767) - BU 1832
*Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres 62-64 (c. 1767) - Rebuilt and renamed "Afonso de Albuquerque" 1796/97, to Brazil 1822
*Nossa Senhora da Conceição 80-90 (c. 1771) - Rebuilt and renamed "Príncipe Real" 1794, to Brazil 1822
*Santo Agostinho 72 (ex-Spanish "San Agustin" 74, captured 1776/77) - Returned 1777
*Nossa Senhora do Monte do Carmo 68-74 (c. 1786) - Rebuilt and renamed "Medusa" 1793, to Brazil 1822?
*Coração de Jesus 72-74 (c. 1789) - Rebuilt, renamed "Maria I" 1793, captured by France 1807, returned c. 1809, wrecked 1810
*Rainha de Portugal 74 (c. 1791) - Rebuilt and renamed "Cabo de São Vicente" 1833, discarded 1848?
*Vasco da Gama 74-80 (c. 1792) - To Brazil 1822
*Príncipe do Brazil 74 (c. 1802) - BU 1826?
*Dom João Sexto 74 (c. 1816) - Renamed "Nossa Senhora dos Mártires e de São João, Príncipe Regente", BU 1852
*Vasco da Gama 74-80 (c. 1841) - Discarded 1873?
* Assunção 66/70
* São Sebastião 74
* Santa Teresa 50 - renamed "Thetis"
* Santo António 70
* Golfinho 44
* Amazónia 50
* Pérola 44
* Tritão 44

team battleships

*Vasco da Gama (1876)

1807 Fleet

The following is a list of the Portuguese warships which were lying in the Tagus River, Lisbon, when Lord St Vincent was there in September 1806:

hips under construction

The following is a list of the ships that are under construction or that will be transferred to the Portuguese Navy:

* Patrol ships NPO 2004, of the "Viana do Castelo" class: 10 vessels, 2 will be launched in 2007
* Karel Doorman "M" class frigate: 2 vessels ("Van Galen" and "Van Speijk")
* "U209/1400" class submarines (but equal to a class U214 with AIP): 2 vessels (HDW shipyards), 2009 and 2010, to replace all of the Albacora class submarine vessels used by the Portuguese Navy.
* Amphibious transport dock: 1 vessel

ee also

* Portuguese Navy
* Military history of Portugal

External links

* [http://todoababor.webcindario.com/datos_docum/listado_portugal.htm List of historic Portuguese naval ships]


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