- Renamed Almirante Latorre (FFG-14) in Chilean Navy service. The ship was retired of the fleet in November 2019. Decommissioned.
- 2 * shaft Combined gas or gas system:
- 2 * Rolls Royce Tyne RM1C gas turbines, 4,900 shp (3,700 kW) each
- 2 * Rolls Royce Olympus TM3B gas turbines, 25,700 shp (19,200 kW) each (boost)
- SMART-S Mk1
- 2 * STIR-240
- 4 * Mk46 torpedo tubes (2 twin mounts)
- 8 * RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile launchers (2 quad mounts)
- 1 * RIM-66 Standard SAM from a Mk13 Guided Missile Launch System (40 missiles total)
- 8 * RIM-7 NATO Sea Sparrow SAM from a Mk29 Guided Missile Launch System (8 missile in the launcher and 16 in the magazine)
- 1 * Goalkeeper 30 mm CIWS gun system
- 2 * 20 mm guns
HNLMS Jacob van Heemskerck (F812) was a frigate of the Jacob van Heemskerck class. The ship was in service with the Royal Netherlands Navy from 1986 to 2004.
HNLMS Jacob van Heemskerck was one of two Jacob van Heemskerck-class frigates and was built at the KM de Schelde in Vlissingen.
In the early 90s the ship participated in Operation Desert Storm.
In 1996 she made a trip to Norway with the frigates Bloys van Treslong, Willem van der Zaan, Tromp and the replenishment ship Amsterdam.
After the September 11 attacks the ship became part of Standing Naval Force Atlantic (STANAVFORLANT) for which she was sent to the eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea where she participated in operation Direct Endeavour.
In 2003 she served for five months as flagship of the Standing Naval Force Mediterranean (STANAVFORMED). She served as the flagship for STANAVFORLANT in 2004 for six months.
On 2 December 2004 the vessel was decommissioned was and sold to the Chilean Navy.
The ship was put into service on 16 December 2005 where the ship was renamed Almirante Latorre (FFG-14).