Corvettes and Patrol Ships
Visby class LOA 239′ TDISP 640 tons (5 active, service since 2002)
HSwMS Nyköping K-34 (2015) AND HSwMS Karlstad K-35 (2015)
HSwMS Carlskrona P-04 (1982) LOA 347′ TDISP 3,100 tons. Originally built as a minelayer. Now used for patrol and long voyages.
Göteborg class LOA 187′ TDISP 425 tons (4, 2 active, service since 1990)
Stockholm class LOA 164′ TDISP 380 tons (2 active, service since 1986) reconfigured ca. 2000 as patrol vessels
HSwMS Sölve (1875-1919) LOA 130′ TDISP 460 tons. One of a class of 3 Hildur Class Monitor. Preserved at Maritiman Museum, Gothenburg since 1992. Long civilian service as a barge, with large turret removed.
HMS Västervik T-136 / R-136 Norrköping class (aka Spica II class), LOA 143′ TDISP 250 tons. Originally torpedo boats, converted to Fast Attack (missile) craft.(1975-1997) museum ship at Naval Museum Karlskrona (12, all retired, 1 preserved, service 1972-2005)
Kaparen / Hugin Class LOA 120′ TDISP 170 tons (16, retired, 7 units updated as Kaparen class) Norwegian-built
HSwMS Hugin P-151 (1978-2001)preserved at Maritiman Museum, Gothenburg
HSwMS Spica T-121 (1966-1989) Spica class FAC LOA 139′ TDISP 210 tons (6 retired, 1 preserved at Vasa Museum, Stockholm)
HSwMS Virgo T-126 (1968-1989) hulk in Marina near Stockholm until about 2008.
T-38 T-32 type Torpedo Boat LOA 76′ TDISP 40 tons preserved at the Marinmuseum, Karlskrona.