French Navy Destroyers
Horizon Class Air Defence Destroyer LOA 501′ / 152.7 m TDISP 7,000 tons (2 active with French Navy, 2 with Italy) Nato classifies these as destroyers by size and role
Cassard Class LOA 456′ / 139 m TDISP 4,600 tons (variant on the Georges Leygues hull) (2, 1 active)
Jean Bart D-615 (1991)
Suffren Class Air Defence Destroyer LOA 518′ / 157.9 m TDISP 6,800 tons (2, both retired)
Duquesne D-603 (1970 – 2007) Now in service at a dive school at Saint-Mandrier-sur-Mer
T-53 / T-56 Class LOA 436′ / 132.9 m TDISP 3,750 tons (service 1957-1992)
Duperré D-633 (1957-1992) laid up at Landévennec until about 2014. Likely scrapped.
La Galissonnière D-638 variant (1962-1990) labelled T-56 class. Laid up in Landévennec. Scrapped Ghent Belgium 2015. Note distinctive folding hangar above quarterdeck.
T-47 Class LOA 422′ / 128.6 m TDISP 3,700 tons (12, all retired, 1 museum ship and 1 used as a breakwater)
Maillé-Brézé D-627 (1957 – 1988) Anti-Submarine Warfare modernization late 1960s, museum ship 1988
Bouvet D-624 (1956-1982) later a breakwater at Lorient, scrapped Galloo shipbreakers, Ghent, Belgium 2012.
Dupetit-Thouars D-625 (1956 – 1988) Anti-Aircraft Guided Missile modernization mid-1960s. The decommissioned ship was used as a breakwater for the École Navale in Lanvéoc-Poulmic for many years, but its fate is unknown.