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Online Library of Selected Images:
SPANISH NAVAL SHIPS
The Spanish Naval Ships section of the Online Library
provides ready access to photographs of ships and named craft
which served in the Spanish Navy.
This page lists of all ships of the Spanish Navy whose photos are available in the Online Library.
If the ship you want is not listed on this page, contact the
concerning other research options.
Spanish Navy ships are listed below in alphabetical order.
Scan down the list until you find the ship you want, then click
its entry to access appropriate image pages.
Carlos V (Cruiser, 1895-1933), originally named
Emperador Carlos V
Castilla (Cruiser, 1881-1898)
Cebu (Transport, 188?-1898)
Colon (Transport, 1896-1898)
Colon (Armored Cruiser, 1896-1898), properly called
Conde del Venadito (Cruiser, 1888-1902)
Covadonga (Transport, 1896-1898)
Cristobal Colon (Cruiser, 1887-1895)
Cristobal Colon (Armored Cruiser, 1896-1898)
Oquendo (Armored Cruiser, 1891-1898), properly called
Patriota (Auxiliary Cruiser, 1898)
Pelayo (Battleship, 1887-1925)
Pizarro (Gunboat, 1895-1898)
Pluton (Destroyer, 1897-1898)
Proserpina (Destroyer, 1897-1931)
Sandoval (Gunboat, 1895-1898).
Later USS Sandoval (1898-1919)
Terror (Destroyer, 1896-1925)
Ulloa (Cruiser, 1887-1898), properly called
Don Antonio de Ulloa
Velasco (Cruiser, 1881-1898)
Vizcaya (Armored Cruiser, 1891-1898)
NOTES:To the best of our knowledge, the Online Library's pictures
are all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded
and used for any purpose.
Some images linked from this page may bear obsolete credit lines
citing the organization name: "Naval Historical Center".
Effective 1 December 2008 the name should be cited as: "Naval
History and Heritage Command".
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Ship added 24 October 1998
Coding updated 11 May 2009