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 45 below.HMS 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. Constructed in two batches, only views of second batch units located. Service 1966-2006 (8, all retired and scrapped)
￼HMS Fife (1966-1987) transferred to Chile as Blanco Encalada DLH-16 (1988-2003), scrapped 2013 in Turkey AND HMS Antrim D-18 (1970-1984) transferred to Chile as Almirante Cochrane DLH-12 (1984-2006) Falklands War veteran, scrapped 2010 China.
HMS Norfolk D-21 (1970-1982) transferred to Chile as Capitán Prat DLH-11 (1982-2006) sold to Mexico to be scrapped 2008.
Daring Class LOA 399′ TDISP 3,600 tons (11 built, 3 for the Royal Australian Navy, 1 sunk, 1 preserved, also see HMAS Vampire)
HMS Decoy D-106 (1953-1969) transferred to Peru as BAP Ferré DM-74 (1973-2007)
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.