Royal Navy Destroyers
Type 45 or Daring class LOA 500′ TDISP 8,500 tons (6 active)Modern modular construction 1 hull with bow section of next Type 45HMS Dauntless D-33 (2010)
Type 42 LOA 410′-463′ (3 distinct sub-classes) TDISP ca. 4,100 tons (16 total: 14 built for RN, 2 sunk during the Falklands War, rest retired and scrapped; 2 built for Argentina, 1 active as transport ship)
Batch 1 or 2 Destroyer LOA ca. 410′
Batch 3 destroyer LOA 463′
Hércules (1976) built for Argentine Navy, converted 2000 into a multipurpose transportSantissima Trinidad (1981) built for Argentine Navy, in reserve 1989, used for parts. Planned to be a museum dedicated to 1982 Falklands War. Sank at mooring 2013. Salvaged 2015, but destined for scrapping.
Type 82 (Bristol) LOA 507′ TDISP 7,100 tons (1, currently training ship)
HMS Bristol D-23 (1973) converted to training ship at HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth 1987
County Class LOA 522′ TDISP 6,800 tons (8, all retired and scrapped)
HMS Antrim D-18 (1970) sold to Chile as Almirante Cochrane 1984, decommissioned 2006, scrapped 2010￼
C-Class LOA 363′ TDISP 2,500 tons
HMS Cavalier R-73 (1944) preserved as a museum ship since 1977 in Chatham Historic Dockyard
Z-Class LOA 363′ TDISP 1,700 tons (8 built, disposal of final remaining unit unconfirmed)
ex-HMS Zenith R-95 (1944) transferred to Egypt 1955 as El Fateh, modernized in early 1960s. Last active W or Z class British destroyer, and for many years was a training ship. This name given to new vessel in 2017, status unclear as of 2019, but nearby captures show a vessel of same basic length and width having been dismantled 2016, and when this imagery is overlaid with earlier captures this would tend to confirm scrapping.