Corvettes and Patrol Ships
Offshore Patrol Vessels
Oaxaca class LOA 282′ / 86 m TDISP 1,700 tons (8 active, 2 building, service since 2003)
Durango Class LOA 268′ / 81.7 m TDISP 1,400 tons (4 active, service since 2000)
Sierra Class LOA 246′ / 75 m TDISP 1,350 tons (3, 2 active, service since 1998) multiple overall length measurements suggest this class longer than the 231′ in Jane’s Fighting Ships editions from the early 2000s. The Sierra class seems to have been designed with more radar signature-minimizing elements than earlier and later classes, though, like other Patrol Boats, a major role is drug interdiction patrols.
Holzinger Class LOA 244′ / 74.4 m TDISP 1,300 tons (4 active, service since 1991)
Uribe Class LOA 221′ / 67.4 m TDISP 1,000 tons (6 active, service since 1982)
Valle class coastal patrol (former US Auk Class minesweepers) LOA 221′ / 67.4 m TDISP 1,250 tons. All built during World War Two. 19 units transferred from the US 1973, most now retired. Some units were fitted with flight decks aft.
Centenario Class (also Demócrata Class) Patrol Boat LOA 172′ / 52.4 m TDISP 450 tons (2 active, service since 1998)
ARM Durango B-01 (1936-2001) LOA 309′ / 94.2 m TDISP 1,600 tons. Museum ship at Mazatlan port area ca. 2003-2009, when it was scrapped.
Huracán Class missile boat (Isreali Sa’ar 4.5 class) LOA 202′ / 61.6 m TDISP 500 tons (2 active with Mexico, service since 2004, Isreali Navy service 1981-2003) note distinctive Phalanx close-in-weapons system in bows and twin angled launchers for the Gabriel SSM system sometimes fitted before the bridge.