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The Royal Navy of the United Kingdom is the senior service of the British armed services, being the oldest of its three branches. ... The source for an SVG image of the White Ensign can be found at User:David Newton/SVG Graphics/White Ensign. ... The Royal Navy of the United Kingdom is the senior service of the British armed services, being the oldest of its three branches. ... The Corps of Royal Marines, usually just known as the Royal Marines (RM), are the United Kingdoms amphibious forces and a core component of the countrys Rapid Deployment Force. ... The Fleet Air Arm is the operational group of the Royal Navy responsible for the operation of the aircraft on board their ships. ... The Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) is the service that keeps the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom running around the world. ... The Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) is the volunteer reserve force of the Royal Navy in the United Kingdom. ... The British Royal Navy does not have a well-defined moment of formation; it started out as a motley assortment of Kings ships during the Middle Ages, assembled only as needed and then dispersed, began to take shape as a standing navy during the 16th century, and became a... At the beginning of the 1990s, the Royal Navy was a force designed for the Cold War - with its three ASW aircraft carriers and a force of small frigates and destroyers, its purpose was to search for and destroy Soviet submarines in the North Atlantic. ... This is a list of the current Royal Navy ships, complete and correct as of 2005. ... Although the majority of the Royal Navy fleet, unless required, remains training and exercising in and around Home Waters, the Navy has a number of standing commitments to provide ships for various missions around the world: Fleet Flagship and R2 Carrier Normally two aircraft carriers are available to the Royal... List of British fleets of World War I British Grand Fleet List of British fleets of World War II British Eastern Fleet British Home Fleet British Mediterranean Fleet British Pacific Fleet List of United States fleets US Atlantic Fleet US Pacific Fleet US Asiatic Fleet For a list of numbered... Old Admiralty House, Whitehall, London, Thomas Ripley, architect, 1723-26, was not admired by his contemporaries and earned him some scathing couplets from Alexander Pope The Admiralty was historically the authority in the United Kingdom responsible for the command of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of senior officers of the Royal Navy. ... The source for an SVG image of the White Ensign can be found at User:David Newton/SVG Graphics/White Ensign. ... This is a section of the list of ships of the Royal Navy, including both past and present vessels. ... This is a section of the list of ships of the Royal Navy, including both past and present vessels. ... 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The following is a list of Royal Navy ship names by name in alphabetical order, both past and present. Many of the names have been re-used over the years and thus represent different ships. Active ships Invincible class Invincible (1977) Illustrious (1981) Ark Royal (1981) Ocean (1995) helicopter carrier Planned ships CVF (full-sized, CTOL aircraft carriers) of 55,000+ tonnes HMS Queen Elizabeth (2012) HMS Prince of Wales (2015) Decommissioned ships Argus (1916) Furious (1916) Glorious class Glorious (1916) Courageous (1916) Vindictive (1918... Active Ships Ocean class LPH HMS Ocean Albion class LPD HMS Albion HMS Bulwark Decommissioned Fearless class LPD HMS Fearless HMS Intrepid Centaur class LPH HMS Albion HMS Bulwark HMS Hermes Landing ships tank HMS Boxer HMS Bruiser HMS Thruster LST 3001 LST 3002 LST 3003/HMS Anzio LST 3004... This is a list of battlecruisers of the Royal Navy: Invincible class Invincible (1908) Indomitable (1907) Inflexible (1908) Indefatigable class Indefatigable (1909) New Zealand (1911) (also HMAS Australia (1911) of the Royal Australian Navy) Lion class Lion (1910) Princess Royal (1911) Queen Mary (1912) Tiger class Tiger (1913) Leopard (not... This is a list of battleships of the Royal Navy of England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom. ... This is a list of corvette and sloop classes of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of Royal Navy cruisers. ... This is a list of destroyer classes of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of Royal Navy escort carriers. ... This is a list of fast patrol boats of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of frigates of the Royal Navy in chronological order. ... // Historical Classes Mine clearance was originally done by whatever type of vessel could easily be adapted to the task. ... This is a list of monitors of the Royal Navy: Humber-class HMS Severn HMS Humber HMS Mersey Abercrombie-class HMS Abercrombie HMS Havelock HMS Raglan HMS Roberts Lord Clive-class HMS Lord Clive HMS General Craufurd HMS Earl of Peterborough HMS Sir Thomas Picton HMS Prince Eugene HMS Prince... This is a list of submarine classes of the Royal Navy. ... Active Ships Antarctic patrol vessel HMS Endurance (II) Ocean survey vessels HMS Scott Coastal survey vessels HMS Roebuck HMS Gleaner Multi-purpose survey vessels HMS Echo HMS Enterprise Decommissioned Ships Antarctic patrol vessel HMS Endurance (I) Ocean survey vessels HMS Hecla HMS Hecate HMS Hydra HMS Herald Coastal survey vessels... This is a list of fleet bases of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of air stations of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of Royal Navy aircraft wings. ... // Current Fleet British Fleet Past Fleets British East Indies Fleet British Eastern Fleet British Far East Fleet British Grand Fleet British Home Fleet British Mediterranean Fleet British Pacific Fleet British Reserve Fleet British Western Fleet Force H Past Major Commands Nore Command Plymouth Command Portsmouth Command Rosyth Command Scotland and... Port Squadrons Clyde Flotilla Devonport Flotilla Portsmouth Flotilla Type Squadrons Aircraft Carriers British 1st Aircraft Carrier Squadron British 2nd Aircraft Carrier Squadron British 3rd Aircraft Carrier Squadron British 11th Aircraft Carrier Squadron Battleships and Battlecruisers British 1st Battle Squadron British 2nd Battle Squadron British 3rd Battle Squadron British 4th Battle... The Royal Navy of the United Kingdom is the senior service of the British armed services, being the oldest of its three branches. ...


Note that, in contra-distinction to many other naval services, the Royal Navy designates certain types of shore establishment (e.g. barracks and naval airfields) as 'ships' and names them accordingly. These establishments are often referred to in service slang as stone frigates. Barracks are military housing. ... For other uses, see Airport (disambiguation). ... Stone frigate is a nickname for a naval establishment on land that is named as if it were a ship. ...


Lists by type

(Note that this list still lacks many important ships.) Active ships Invincible class Invincible (1977) Illustrious (1981) Ark Royal (1981) Ocean (1995) helicopter carrier Planned ships CVF (full-sized, CTOL aircraft carriers) of 55,000+ tonnes HMS Queen Elizabeth (2012) HMS Prince of Wales (2015) Decommissioned ships Argus (1916) Furious (1916) Glorious class Glorious (1916) Courageous (1916) Vindictive (1918... Active Ships Ocean class LPH HMS Ocean Albion class LPD HMS Albion HMS Bulwark Decommissioned Fearless class LPD HMS Fearless HMS Intrepid Centaur class LPH HMS Albion HMS Bulwark HMS Hermes Landing ships tank HMS Boxer HMS Bruiser HMS Thruster LST 3001 LST 3002 LST 3003/HMS Anzio LST 3004... This is a list of battleships of the Royal Navy of England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom. ... This is a list of Royal Navy cruisers. ... This is a list of destroyer classes of the Royal Navy. ... This is a list of frigates of the Royal Navy in chronological order. ... This is a list of monitors of the Royal Navy: Humber-class HMS Severn HMS Humber HMS Mersey Abercrombie-class HMS Abercrombie HMS Havelock HMS Raglan HMS Roberts Lord Clive-class HMS Lord Clive HMS General Craufurd HMS Earl of Peterborough HMS Sir Thomas Picton HMS Prince Eugene HMS Prince... // Historical Classes Mine clearance was originally done by whatever type of vessel could easily be adapted to the task. ... This is a list of Royal Navy submarines, arranged chronologically. ... Active Ships Antarctic patrol vessel HMS Endurance (II) Ocean survey vessels HMS Scott Coastal survey vessels HMS Roebuck HMS Gleaner Multi-purpose survey vessels HMS Echo HMS Enterprise Decommissioned Ships Antarctic patrol vessel HMS Endurance (I) Ocean survey vessels HMS Hecla HMS Hecate HMS Hydra HMS Herald Coastal survey vessels...

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  • A1
  • A2
  • A3
  • A4
  • A5
  • A6
  • A7
  • A8
  • A9
  • A10
  • A11
  • A12
  • A13
  • A14
  • Abbotsham
  • Abdiel
  • Abeille
  • Abelard
  • Abelia
  • Abercrombie
  • Aberdare
  • Aberdeen
  • Aberford
  • Aberfoyle
  • Abergavenny
  • Abigail
  • Abingdon
  • Aboukir
  • Abraham
  • Abrams Offering
  • Abundance
  • Abyssinia
  • Acacia
  • Acanthus
  • Acasta
  • Acertif
  • Ace
  • Achates
  • Acheron
  • Achilles
  • Achille
  • Aconite
  • Acorn
  • Actaeon
  • Acteon
  • Actif
  • Active
  • Activity
  • Acute
  • Adam & Eve
  • Adamant II
  • Adamant
  • Adda
  • Adder
  • Adelaide
  • Adept
  • Admirable
  • Admiral Devries
  • Admiral Farragut
  • Admiralty
  • Adonis
  • Adroit
  • Adur
  • Advance
  • Advantage
  • Advantagia
  • Adventure Galley
  • Adventure Prize
  • Adventure
  • Adversary
  • Advice Prize
  • Advice
  • Adviser
  • Aeneas
  • Aeolus
  • Aetna
  • Affleck
  • Affray
  • Africa
  • Africaine
  • Afridi
  • Afrikander
  • Agamemnon
  • Agasiz
  • Agate
  • Aggressor
  • Agile
  • Agincourt
  • Aid
  • Aigle
  • Aimable
  • Aimwell
  • Ainthorpe
  • Airedale
  • Aire
  • Aisne
  • Aitape
  • Ajax
  • Ajdaha
  • Akbar
  • Akers
  • Alaart
  • Alacrity
  • Aladdin
  • Alamein
  • Alaric
  • Alarm
  • Alaunia II
  • Albacore
  • Albanaise
  • Albany
  • Alban
  • Albatross
  • Albemarle
  • Alberni
  • Alberta
  • Albert
  • Albion
  • Albrighton
  • Albuera
  • Albury
  • Alcantara
  • Alcaston
  • Alice & Francis
  • Alceste
  • Alcestis
  • Alcide
  • Alcmene
  • Aldborough
  • Aldenham
  • Alderney
  • Aldington
  • Alecto
  • Alerte
  • Alert
  • Alexander
  • Alexandra
  • Alexandre
  • Alexandria
  • Alfreda
  • Alfred
  • Alfriston
  • Algerine
  • Algiers
  • Algoma
  • Algonquin
  • Alice
  • Alisma
  • Alkmaar
  • Allegiance
  • Allepin
  • Alliance
  • Alligator
  • Allington Castle
  • Alnwick Castle
  • Alonzo
  • Alphea
  • Alpheus
  • Alresford
  • Altham
  • Alton Castle
  • Alton
  • Alverton
  • Alvington
  • Alynbank
  • Alyssum
  • Amaranthe
  • Amaranthus
  • Amarylis
  • Amazon
  • Amberley Castle
  • Amberwitch
  • Ambleside
  • Amboyna
  • Ambrose
  • Ambuscade
  • Ambush
  • Ameer
  • Amelia
  • America
  • Amersham
  • Amerton
  • Amethyst
  • Amfitrite
  • Amitie
  • Amity
  • Amokura
  • Amphion
  • Amphitrite
  • Amsterdam
  • Anacreon
  • Anaconda
  • Anchorite
  • Anchusa
  • Andania
  • Andrew
  • Andromache
  • Andromeda
  • Anemone
  • Angelica
  • Angel
  • Angler
  • Anglesea
  • Anglesey
  • Anguilla
  • Ann & Christopher
  • Ann & Judith
  • Anna Teresa
  • Annan
  • Annapolis
  • Anna
  • Anne Gallent
  • Anne Galley
  • Anne Royal
  • Anne
  • Anson
  • Answer
  • Antaeus
  • Antagonist
  • Antares
  • Antelope
  • Anthony Bonaventure
  • Anthony
  • Antogonish
  • Antigua
  • Antrim
  • Antwerp
  • Ant
  • Anzio
  • Apelles
  • Aphis
  • Aphrodite
  • Apollo
  • Appleby Castle
  • Appledore
  • Appleton
  • Approach
  • Aquarius
  • Aquilon
  • Arabis
  • Arab
  • Arachne
  • Ararat
  • Arawa
  • Araxes
  • Arbella
  • Arbiter
  • Arbroath
  • Arbutus
  • Arc-en-Ciel
  • Arcadian
  • Archer
  • Arcturus
  • Ard Patrick
  • Ardent
  • Ardrossan
  • Arethusa
  • Arethuse
  • Argonaut
  • Argon
  • Argosy
  • Argo
  • Argus
  • Argyll
  • Ariadne
  • Ariel
  • Aries
  • Ariguani
  • Ark Royal
  • Arlingham
  • Armada
  • Armeria
  • Armide
  • Arms of Holland
  • Arms of Horn
  • Arms of Rotterdam
  • Arms of Terver
  • Arno
  • Arnprior
  • Aro
  • Arras
  • Arrernte
  • Arrogante
  • Arrogant
  • Arromanches
  • Arrowhead
  • Arrow
  • Artemis
  • Artful
  • Artifex
  • Argito
  • Artois
  • Arundel
  • Arunta
  • Arun
  • Arve Princen
  • Ascension
  • Ascot
  • Asgard
  • Ashanti
  • Ashburton
  • Asheldham
  • Ashton
  • Asia
  • Asperity
  • Asphodel
  • Asp
  • Assail
  • Assam
  • Assault
  • Assiduous
  • Assiniboine
  • Assistance
  • Association
  • Assurance
  • Astarte
  • Aster
  • Astraea
  • Asturias
  • Astute
  • Atalanta
  • Atalante
  • Atheling
  • Atheleney
  • Athene
  • Athenienne
  • Atherstone
  • Atholl
  • Atlantis
  • Atlas
  • Attacker
  • Attack
  • Attentive II
  • Attentive
  • Aubretia
  • Aubrietia
  • Auckland
  • Audaciuex
  • Audacious
  • Audacity
  • Augusta
  • Augustine
  • Augustus
  • Auricula
  • Auricula
  • Auriga
  • Aurochs
  • Aurora
  • Aurore
  • Ausonia
  • Austere
  • Australia
  • Autumn
  • Aveley
  • Avenger
  • Avernus
  • Avon Vale
  • Avon
  • Awake
  • Awe
  • Axford
  • Aydon Castle
  • Aylmer
  • Ayrshire
  • Azalea
  • Azov
  • Aztec

HMS A1 was the Royal Navys first British-designed submarine, and their first to suffer fatal casualties. ... HMS A2 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A3 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A4 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A5 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A6 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A7 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A8 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A9 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A10 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A11 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A12 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS A13 was an early Royal Navy submarine. ... HMS B1 was the lead ship of the Royal Navys B-class of submarines. ... HMS Abdiel was a minelayer of the Abdiel-class. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Abeille. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Abelard. ... HMS Abelia (K184) was a Flower-class corvette of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Acasta was a 40 gun, 18 pounder frigate of the napolionic wars. ... HMS Ace (P414) was the name allocated to an Amphion-class submarine of the Royal Navy which was launched at Devonport Dockyard on March 14, 1945 during the Second World War. ... At least two vessels of the British Royal Navy has been named HMS Achates after the character from Roman mythology: Achates, an A-class destroyer launched in 1929 and sunk in 1942. ... HMS Acheron was an Amphion-class diesel-electric submarine. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Achilles, after the Greek hero Achilles. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Achille, after the Greek hero Achilles. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Active: Active, launched in 1869, was a Volage-class iron screw corvette, sold in 1906. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Adamant. ... At least four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Adventure: The first Adventure, was a coller ship that accompanied HMS Resolution on a voyage to the South Pacific. ... HMS Aeneas (P427), named after the hero Aeneas from Greek mythology, was an Amphion-class submarine of the Royal Navy, built by Cammell Laird and launched 9 October 1945. ... HMS Aetna was one of the Royal Navy bomb vessels involved in the attack on Fort McHenry in the Battle of Baltimore and the bombardment of Fort Washington, Maryland in 1814, during the War of 1812. ... On Monday 16th April 1951 HMS Affray left Portsmouth to take part in Exercise Training Spring with a training class of young officers aboard, her orders being to make a daily report between 9 and 10 oclock each morning and to land a party of Royal Marines on any... Six ships of the British Royal Navy ships have been named HMS Africa, after the continent of Africa. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Afridi. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Agamemnon, after the legendary Greek king Agamemnon. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been called HMS Agincourt, named after the Battle of Agincourt of 1415, and construction of another was started but not completed. ... HMS Aisne (D22) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... Eight ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Ajax after the Greek hero Ajax the Great: The first Ajax, launched in 1765, was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line broken up and sold in 1785. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Alacrity: Alacrity, launched in 1885, was a Surprise-class 3rd class cruiser, sold in 1913. ... HMS Alamein (D17) was a Battle-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Albemarle after George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (sometimes the spelling Albermarle is seen). ... There have been nine ships to bear the illustrious name of HMS Albion from a Third-rate ship of the line to a commando carrier to todays Albion-class LPDs (Landing Platform Dock Ships). ... HMS Allington Castle (K689) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... HMS Alnwick Castle (K405) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Numerous ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Amazon, after the mythical female warriors. ... HMS Amberley Castle (K386) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Seven British Royal Navy ships have been called HMS Ambuscade: Ambuscade was a fifth-rate launched in 1773, captured by the [France|French]] in 1778 and recaptured by the British in 1803. ... Two submarines of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Ambush: Ambush (P418), launched in 1945, was an Amphion-class submarine. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Amethyst: Amethyst, launched in 1844, was a Spartan-class sixth-rate sail warship. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Amphion, after the Greek hero Amphion. ... HMS Andromeda, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek hero Andromeda. ... At least two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Anson, after Admiral George Anson: Anson, launched around 1784 was a small two-decker (64) cut down around 1794 to a super-frigate (44) in the same way as the Indefatigable. ... At least twelve ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Antelope. ... HMS Antrim (D18) was a County-class destroyer of the Royal Navy launched on 19 October 1967. ... HMS Apollo, a ship of the Royal Navy is named after the Greek god Apollo. ... H.M.S. Arab (1896 - 1897 Programme) Laid down by J & G Thomson at Clydebank and completed by John Brown & Co. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Archer. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Ardent, three of which were sunk in action: Ardent, launched in 1894, was the lead ship of her class of torpedo boat destroyers. ... Numerous Royal Navy ships have borne the name HMS Arethusa, after the Greek mythological nymph Arethusa who was transformed by Artemis into a fountain. ... HMS Argonaut (F56) was a Leander-class frigate of the Royal Navy. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Argus, after Argus, the hundred-eyed giant of mythology. ... There have been three warships that have borne the name Argyll. ... HMS Ark Royal (R07) in Greenwich dock, London This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... HMS Armada (D14) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN). ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Arrow: Arrow, launched c. ... Two submarines of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Artful: Artful (P456), launched in 1947, was an Amphion-class submarine. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Ashanti after the Ashanti people. ... HMS Association was the flagship of Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell which sank off the Isles of Scilly in 1707 in one of the worst maritime disasters in British history. ... Two submarines of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Astute for the characteristic of shrewdness and discernment. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Atalanta after the athlete in ancient Greek mythology. ... HMS Athene, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek hero Athene. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Atherstone after the town of Atherstone in Warwickshire, or after its hunt: The first Atherstone, launched in 1916, was an Ascot-class minesweeper that served in World War I. The second Atherstone (L05), launched in 1939, was a Hunt-class... HMS Atlantis (P432) was an Amphion-class submarine ordered by the Royal Navy from Vickers Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness in 1945. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Audacious. ... Ten vessels of the British Royal Navy have been called HMS Aurora, named after the Roman Goddess of the dawn. ... One ship of the Royal Navy and two ships of the Royal Australian Navy have borne the name Australia: The first, HMS Australia, (a Royal Navy ship styled HMS as the Royal Australian Navy had not yet been formed) was an Orlando class cruiser completed in 1888 and scrapped in... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Avenger: Avenger (D14), launched 1940, was the lead ship of her class of merchant ships converted to escort carriers. ... HMS Aztec (P455) was an Amphion-class submarine ordered by the Royal Navy from Vickers Armstrong, Tyne in 1945. ...

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  • B1
  • B2
  • B3
  • B4
  • B5
  • B6
  • B7
  • B8
  • B9
  • B10
  • B11
  • Babet
  • Bacchante
  • Bacchus
  • Baddeck
  • Badger
  • Badminton
  • Badsworth
  • Bagshot
  • Bahamas
  • Bahama
  • Bala
  • Baleine
  • Balfour
  • Ballahou
  • Ballarat
  • Ballindery
  • Balmain
  • Balm
  • Balsam
  • Baltic
  • Baltimore
  • Bamborough Castle
  • Banbury
  • Banchory
  • Banff
  • Bangor
  • Bann
  • Banshee
  • Banterer
  • Bantry
  • Bantum
  • Barbadoes
  • Barbados
  • Barbara
  • Barbette
  • Barbuda
  • Barfleur
  • Barham
  • Bark of Bullen
  • Bark of Murlesse
  • Barle
  • Barnard Castle
  • Barnstaple
  • Barnwell Castle
  • Barracouta
  • Barrington
  • Barrosa
  • Basilisk
  • Basing
  • Bassingham
  • Bastion
  • Batavia
  • Bathgate
  • Bathurst
  • Bath
  • Batman
  • Battleaxe
  • Battler
  • Battle
  • Bat
  • Bayfield
  • Bayntun
  • Bazeley
  • Beachampton
  • Beachy Head
  • Beacon Hill
  • Beacon
  • Beagle
  • Bear
  • Beatrice
  • Beatty
  • Beaufort
  • Beaulieu
  • Beauly Firth
  • Beaumaris
  • Beaumont
  • Beaver Prize
  • Beaver
  • Beccles
  • Beckford
  • Beckwith
  • Bedale
  • Bedford Galley
  • Bedford
  • Bedham
  • Bedouin
  • Beehive
  • Beeston Castle
  • Bee
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HMS B1 was the lead ship of the Royal Navys B-class of submarines. ... A number of ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Bacchante, the name for a priestess of the Greek god Bacchus. ... HMS Bamborough Castle (K412) was a Royal Navy Castle-class corvette. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Barfleur after the battle of Barfleur: Barfleur, launched 1892, was a Centurion-class battleship, broken up in 1910. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been given the name HMS Barham in honour of Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham. ... Empire Shelter was a ship originally laid down as the Castle-class corvette HMS Barnard Castle of the Royal Navy (pennant number K694), but converted to a convoy rescue ship before completion. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy] have been named HMS Barossa or HMS Barrosa after the battle of Barossa in the Peninsular War, fought in 1811 between the British and the French: Barossa, launched 1860, was a wooden screw corvette, the lead ship of her class. ... HMS Bassingham was one of 76 ships of the Ham class of inshore minesweepers, of which Inglesham (M2601) was the first. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bat HMS Bat, a Star class destroyer launched in 1896 and sold for scrap in 1919 HMS Bat, a tug commissioned in 1943. ... HMS Beagle (centre) from an 1841 watercolour by Owen Stanley HMS Beagle was a Cherokee-class 10 gun brig of the Royal Navy, named after the Beagle breed of dog. ... Two vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Bee: The first Bee, launched in 1842, was a combination screw/paddle vessel. ... Belfast at her London berth in 2004. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Belleisle: Belleisle was a 3rd rate of 74 guns. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bellerophon after the mythological Greek hero Bellerophon. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Bellona. ... HMS Ben-my-Chree was a passenger ferry built in 1908 by Vickers for the England - Isle of Man route. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Benbow, after Admiral John Benbow: Benbow was an Admiral-class battleship launched in 1885 and scrapped in 1909. ... HMS Bergamot was a Flower Class Corvette. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Berkeley Castle after Berkeley Castle near Worcester. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bermuda, after the island of Bermuda. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Birkenhead, after Birkenhead. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Birmingham, after the city of Birmingham in England. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Black Prince, after Edward, the Black Prince (1330-1376), the eldest son of King Edward III of England. ... HMS Black Swan (L57), named after the Black Swan, was the name ship of the Black Swan-class of sloops of the British Royal Navy. ... A series of ships in the British Royal Navy have carried the name HMS Blake in honour of Admiral Robert Blake who was, until eclipsed by Horatio Nelson, the most famous British Admiral. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bluebell, after the bluebell flower. ... for other meaning see Mutiny on the Bounty (disambiguation) The mutineers turning Lt Bligh and some of the officers and crew adrift from HMAV Bounty, 29 April 1789 The Mutiny on the Bounty was a historical event in the late 18th century, most widely known through fiction, of an officer... Nine ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Boxer, named after the competitor in a boxing match. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Boyne after the Battle of the Boyne, 1690. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Brecon after the Brecon hunt: The first Brecon (L76), launched in 1942, was a Hunt-class destroyer. ... The HMS Brilliant was a British warship. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bristol, after the port of Bristol. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Britannia, after Britannia, the goddess and later personification of Britain. ... The first HMS Broadsword was a Weapon class destroyer commissioned in 1948. ... The second USS Hunt (DD-194) was a Clemson-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She served in the United States Coast Guard, as USCGD Hunt (CG-18). ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Brocklesby after the Brocklesby hunt: The first Brocklesby, commissioned in 1916, was an ex-coaster taken up from trade. ... HMS Bronington (M1115) is a Ton-class minesweeper of the Royal Navy, launched on 1953- 03-19, the former command of Charles, Prince of Wales. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bruiser. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bruizer, an old name for a boxer. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Bulldog, after the bulldog: The first Bulldog was a small 4-gun vessel bought in March 1794 and sold later in the same year. ... Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Bulwark. ...

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HMS Cadiz (D79) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Caesar, after the famous Roman general and dictator Julius Caesar. ... HMS Cairo (D87) was a C-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy, named after the Egyptian city of Cairo, was a light cruiser of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Caistor Castle (K690) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Calcutta, after the Indian city of Calcutta (now Kolkota). ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Calliope after the muse Calliope in Greek mythology. ... HMS Cambridgeshire, a ship of the Royal Navy, in honor of Cambridgeshire in England. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Camellia after the genus Camellia of flowering plants. ... There were two ships of the name HMS Campania, named after the region Campania in Italy. ... There have been two ships of the Royal Navy named HMS Campbeltown, after Campbeltown in Scotland: The first Campbeltown (I42), was a destroyer given to the Royal Navy by the United States Navy as part of the 1940 Destroyers for Bases Agreement. ... Several vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Camperdown after the battle of Camperdown in 1797: Camperdown, was a third rate 64-gun ship captured from the Dutch (who called her the Jupiter) at the battle of Camperdown. ... HMS Canopus was a pre-Dreadnought battleship of the British Royal Navy, built at Portsmouth Dockyard and laid down on the 4 January 1897, launched 21 June 1898 and completed in December 1899. ... At least six ships of the Royal Navy have been called HMS Captain. ... There have been three warships of the Royal Navy to bear the name HMS Cardiff, after the capital of Wales. ... HMS Cardigan Bay was a Royal Navy Bay class frigate which took part in the Korean War. ... HMS Carisbrooke Castle (K379) was a Royal Navy Castle-class corvette. ... HMS Carnarvon was a Devonshire-class armoured cruiser (10,850 tons displacement) of the Royal Navy, named after the town of Caernarfon in Wales. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Cattistock after the Cattistock hunt: The first Cattistock, launched in 1917, was a Hunt-class minesweeper that served in World War I. The second Cattistock (L35), launched in 1940, was a Type I Hunt-class destroyer that served in World... HMS Centaur, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek mythological figure, the Centaur, half-human, half-horse. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Centurion, after the centurions of ancient Rome. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Ceres, after the goddess Ceres of Roman mythology. ... HMS Ceylon, is the name used by three ships of the Royal Navy. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Challenger, most famously the survey vessel Challenger that carried the Challenger expedition from 1872 to 1876. ... Charity engaged in Operation Fishnet off North Korea, 16 September 1952. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Charlestown HMS Charlestown, a warship active in 1780 and serving in American waters HMS Charlestown, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and decommisioned in 1945. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Charybdis, after the sea monster Charybdis of Greek mythology. ... Fifteen ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Chatham after the town of Chatham, Kent or the Chatham Dockyard where most were built. ... HMS Cheshire, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the English county of Cheshire Categories: Stub | Royal Navy ships ... HMS Chichester(F59) was an aircraft direction frigate of theSalisbury class. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Circe, after the Greek goddess Circe. ... HMS Clio was a wooden warship, used for most of her life as a school ship. ... A Patrol Ship currently under construction by VT ship builders in Portsmouth, England, For the Royal navy. ... HMS Cobra, named after the cobra snake, was a destroyer of the Royal Navy, launched in 1899 but wrecked in 1901. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Collingwood, after Admiral Collingwood. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Colossus: Colossus (1787) - A 74-gun sail battleship of the Leviathan class, launched at Gravesend. ... The name HMS Comet, after the comet, has been used no less than sixteen times by the Royal Navy. ... Two vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Condor after the largest flying land birds in the Western Hemisphere. ... Nine vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Conqueror. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Conway after the town of Conwy in Wales. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Cornwall after the county of Cornwall. ... The HMS Coromandel was a ship in the British Royal Navy. ... HMS Corunna (D97) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Cossack (L-03/F-03/G-03) was a Tribal-class destroyer which became famous for the boarding of the German supply ship Altmark in Norwegian waters, and the associated rescue of sailors originally captured by the Admiral Graf Spee. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Cottesmore after the Cottesmore hunt: The first Cottesmore, launched in 1917, was a Hunt-class minesweeper. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Courageous or Courageux (the French spelling). ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Coventry, after the town of Coventry. ... HMS CULLODEN Frigate, British Royal Navy, Built 1776. ... There have been sixteen ships named HMS Cumberland in the Royal Navy. ... HMS Curacoa, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after a place named Curacoa. ... HMS Cyclops, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek mythological figure, the one-eyed Cyclops. ...

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  • Deane
  • Decade
  • Deccan
  • Decibel
  • Decouverte
  • Decoy
  • Dedaigneuse
  • Dee
  • Deepwater
  • Defence
  • Defender
  • Defiance
  • Dego
  • Delaware
  • Delft
  • Delhi
  • Delight
  • Deloraine
  • Delphinen
  • Delphinium
  • Demerara
  • Demirhisar
  • Demon
  • Denbigh Castle
  • Dennis
  • Dependence
  • Deptford
  • Deptford Prize
  • Deptford Transport
  • Derby
  • Derby Haven
  • Derg
  • Derrington
  • Dervish
  • Derwent
  • Deschaineux
  • Desford
  • Desire
  • Desiree
  • Despatch
  • Desperante
  • Desperate
  • Destiny
  • Destruction
  • Determinee
  • Detroit
  • Deux Amis
  • Devastation
  • Deveron
  • Devizes Castle
  • Devonshire
  • Dexterous
  • Dextrous
  • Dhyffe Castle
  • Diadem
  • Diamantina
  • Diamond
  • Diamond Snake
  • Diana
  • Dianella
  • Dianthus
  • Dictator
  • Dido
  • Didon
  • Dieppe
  • Digby
  • Diligence
  • Diligent
  • Diligente
  • Dilston
  • Dingley
  • Diomede
  • Dipper
  • Director
  • Dirk
  • Discovery
  • Disdain
  • Dispatch
  • Dittany
  • Dittisham
  • Diver
  • Dodman Point
  • Dogstar
  • Dolphin
  • Dolphins Prize
  • Dolwen
  • Domett
  • Dominica
  • Dominion
  • Don
  • Doncaster
  • Donegal
  • Donovan
  • Doomba
  • Doon
  • Dordrecht
  • Doris
  • Dorking
  • Dornoch
  • Dorothea
  • Dorset
  • Dorsetshire
  • Doterel
  • Dotterel
  • Douglas
  • Dove
  • Dover
  • Dover Castle
  • Dover Prize
  • Dovey
  • Downham
  • Downley
  • Dragon
  • Dragon Prize
  • Dragonfly
  • Drake
  • Dreadful
  • Dreadnought
  • Dreadnought Prize
  • Driver
  • Drochterland
  • Drogheda
  • Dromedary
  • Droxford
  • Drudge
  • Druid
  • Drumheller
  • Drummondville
  • Drury
  • Dryad
  • Dubbo
  • Dubford
  • Dublin
  • Duc d'Aquitaine
  • Duc d'Estissac
  • Duc de Chartres
  • Duc de la Vauginon
  • Duchess
  • Duchess of Cumberland
  • Duckworth
  • Duddon
  • Dudley Castle
  • Due Repulse
  • Duff
  • Dufferin
  • Dufton
  • Duguay Trouin
  • Duke
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Duke of Kent
  • Duke of Wellington
  • Duke of York
  • Duke William
  • Dullisk Cove
  • Dulverton
  • Dumbarton
  • Dumbarton Castle
  • Dumbleton
  • Dunbar
  • Duncan
  • Duncansby Head
  • Dundalk
  • Dundas
  • Dundee
  • Dundrum Bay
  • Dunedin
  • Dungeness
  • Dunira
  • Dunkerton
  • Dunkirk
  • Dunkirk Prize
  • Dunmore
  • Dunoon
  • Dunster Castle
  • Dunvegan
  • Dunver
  • Dunwich
  • Duquesne
  • Durban
  • Durham
  • Dursley Galley
  • Durweston
  • Dutiful
  • Dwarf

HMS Daedalus, otherwise known as Royal Naval Air Station Lee-on-Solent, was one of the primary shore airfields of the Fleet Air Arm. ... HMS Danae, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek hero Danae. ... Six vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Daring. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Dauntless: The first Dauntless was an 18-gun sloop launched at Hull, England in November 1804. ... At least four vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Decoy. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Defence: Defence, launched in 1763, fought in many battles in the American Revolutionary War, the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Defiance: Defiance was a 3rd rate ship of the line of 74 guns. ... The HMS Delhi Leander class cruiser built for the Royal Navy in 1933 as HMS Achilles. ... HMS Denbigh Castle (K696) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Painting of HMS Detroit by E.A Hodgkinson During the War of 1812, the British Royal Navy had two small vessels named HMS Detroit on Lake Erie, both named after the nearby Fort Detroit. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Devastation. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Devonshire, originally in honor of William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Devonshire, and later after the county of Devonshire (now called Devon). ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Dido, after Dido, the legendary founder and queen of Carthage. ... HMS Didon was a 38-gun fifth-rate ship of the British Royal Navy. ... HMS Discovery was the name of a number of vessels in the Royal Navy. ... HMS Dolphin (1751-1770) was an 18th century British Royal Navy sailing ship, which circumnavigated the world twice in an era when this was still a hazardous and infrequently-made undertaking. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Dorsetshire, after the traditional county of Dorsetshire. ... HMS Dragon, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Dragon. ... HMS Drake was a twenty gun sloop-of-war captured by Captain John Paul Jones of the USS Ranger on April 24, 1778 around Carrickfergus, Ireland. ... Six ships and one submarine of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Dreadnought in the expectation that they would dread nought but God. ... Eight ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Dryad, after the dryads of Greek mythology. ... HMS Duke of Edinburgh, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Duke of Edinburgh. ... HMS Duke of Wellington, screw ship of the line of the Royal Navy, with towering masts and trim square-set yards, was the flagship of Sir Charles Napier. ... HMS Duke of York was a King George V-class battleship of the Royal Navy, and the second of the name, the predecessor having been a 4-gun cutter purchased in 1763 and sold in 1766. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Dulverton after the Dulverton hunt: The first Dulverton (L63), launched in 1941, was a type II Hunt-class destroyer. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Dumbarton Castle after Dumbarton Castle. ... Six Royal Navy ships have been named HMS Duncan, after Admiral Adam Duncan, 1st Viscount Duncan of Camperdown, hero of the Battle of Camperdown. ... Four vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Dunkirk, after the Channel seaport of Dunkirk, France, site of the evacuation of 1940. ...

E

  • E1
  • E2
  • E3
  • E4
  • E5
  • E6
  • E7
  • E8
  • E9
  • E10
  • E11
  • E12
  • E13
  • E14
  • E15
  • E16
  • E17
  • E18
  • E19
  • E20
  • E21
  • E22
  • E23
  • E24
  • E25
  • E26
  • E27
  • E28
  • E29
  • E30
  • E31
  • E32
  • E33
  • E34
  • E35
  • E36
  • E37
  • E38
  • E39
  • E40
  • E41
  • E42
  • E43
  • E44
  • E45
  • E46
  • E47
  • E48
  • E49
  • E50
  • E51
  • E52
  • E53
  • E54
  • E55
  • E56
  • E57
  • E58
  • Eagle
  • Eagle Shallop
  • Eaglet
  • Earl
  • Earl of Chatham
  • Earl of Denbigh
  • Earl of Egmont
  • Earl of Northampton
  • Earl of Peterborough
  • Earl Roberts
  • Earnest
  • Eastbourne
  • Easton
  • Eastview
  • Eastway
  • Echo
  • Echuca
  • Eclair
  • Eclipse
  • Edderton
  • Eden
  • Edgar
  • Edgeley
  • Edinburgh
  • Edlingham
  • Edmonton
  • Edmundston
  • Edward
  • Effingham
  • Egeria
  • Eggesford
  • Eglantine
  • Eglinton
  • Egmont
  • Egremont
  • Egremont Castle
  • Egret
  • Ehkoli
  • Eideren
  • Ekins
  • El Corso
  • El Vivo
  • Eleanor
  • Electra
  • Elephant
  • Elf
  • Elfin
  • Elfreda
  • Elgin
  • Elias
  • Eling
  • Elizabeth
  • Elizabeth & Sarah
  • Elizabeth Bonaventure
  • Elizabeth Jonas
  • Elk
  • Ellinor
  • Ellinore
  • Elphinstone
  • Elsenham
  • Eltham
  • Elven
  • Embleton
  • Emerald
  • Emersham
  • Emilia
  • Emilien
  • Emily
  • Emperor
  • Emperor of India
  • Empire
  • Empire Anvil
  • Empire Arquebus
  • Empire Battleaxe
  • Empire Broadsword
  • Empire Comfort
  • Empire Crossbow
  • Empire Cutlass
  • Empire Gauntlet
  • Empire Halberd
  • Empire Javelin
  • Empire Lance
  • Empire Mace
  • Empire Peacemaker
  • Empire Rapier
  • Empire Rest
  • Empire Shelter
  • Empire Spearhead
  • Empress
  • Empress Mary
  • Empress of India
  • Emsworth
  • Emulous
  • Enard Bay
  • Enchantress
  • Encounter
  • Endeavour
  • Endeavour Bark
  • Endeavour Transport
  • Endurance
  • Endymion
  • Engadine
  • Engageante
  • England
  • Enterprise
  • Entreprenante
  • Epervier
  • Ephira
  • Ephraim
  • Epinal
  • Epreuve
  • Epsom
  • Erebus
  • Erica
  • Eridanus
  • Eridge
  • Erin
  • Erne
  • Errant
  • Eruption
  • Escapade
  • Escort
  • Esk
  • Eskdale
  • Eskimo
  • Esperance
  • Esperanza
  • Espiegle
  • Espion
  • Espoir
  • Esquimalt
  • Essex
  • Essex Prize
  • Essington
  • Esther
  • Estridge
  • Etchingham
  • Ethalion
  • Etna
  • Etrusco
  • Ettrick
  • Eugenie
  • Euphrates
  • Euphrosyne
  • Europa
  • Eurotas
  • Eurus
  • Euryalus
  • Eurydice
  • Eustatia
  • Evenlode
  • Everingham
  • Example
  • Excalibur
  • Excellent
  • Exchange
  • Exe
  • Exerton
  • Exeter
  • Exmoor
  • Exmouth
  • Expedition
  • Experiment
  • Exploit
  • Explorer
  • Explosion
  • Express
  • Extravagant
  • Eyderen
  • Eyebright

E11 torpedoes the Stamboul off Constantinople, 25 May 1915. ... HMS E15 was an E-class submarine of the Royal Navy, commissioned in 1914. ... About fifteen ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Eagle, after the eagle. ... Nine vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Echo, after the Echo of Greek mythology. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Edgar. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Edinburgh, for the Scottish city of Edinburgh. ... HMS Egret (L75) was a sloop-of-war of the Royal Navy, the lead ship of her class. ... HMS Electra, which carried the pennant number H27, was launched on 15 February 1934 at the Hawthorne Leslie shipyard at Hebburn, Tyneside. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Elephant, after the elephant. ... HMS Emerald was a light cruiser of the British navy, launched in 1920 and completed in 1926. ... HMS Emperor of India was an Iron Duke-class battleship of the Royal Navy. ... My father, Marine Douglas Studden, served in Arquebus on D-day landings and Pacific Supply Train. ... Empire Comfort, previously HMS York Castle, was a convoy rescue ship. ... Nine ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Endeavour. ... HM Bark Endeavour was originally a small merchant collier named Earl of Pembroke, built in Whitby, North Yorkshire. ... There have been two Royal Navy ships with the name HMS Endurance. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Endymion after the Greek hero Endymion. ... Two warships of the Royal Navy have been called HMS Engadine. ... Ten ships of the Royal Navy (and several British ships not commissioned into the Navy) have been named HMS Enterprise or HMS Enterprize. ... Over the history of the British Royal Navy, two ships have bore the name HMS Erebus. ... Crew members - 1914 HMS Erin was originally ordered for the navy of the Ottoman empire and named Reshadiye, she was built by Vickers and designed by Sir George Thurston. ... HMS Erne (U03) was a Black Swan-class sloop laid down by Furness Shipbuilding at Barrow-in-Furness on May 26, 1938, launched on April 18, 1939 and commissioned on November 3, 1939. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Eskimo: Eskimo was a Tribal-class destroyer that served in World War II. Eskimo was a Tribal-class frigate. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Essex, after the county of Essex. ... HMS Europa, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek mythological character Europa. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Euryalus after Euryalus, the character from Greek mythology, one of the Argonauts. ... There have been a number of real ships named HMS Excellent over the years, but since around 1920 the name has been associated with the Royal Naval Gunnery training School at Whale Island in Portsmouth Harbour. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Exeter after the city of Exeter in Devon. ... HMS Exmouth, Pennant number F84, was an anti-submarine warfare frigate of theBlackwood class. ...

F

  • F1
  • F2
  • F3
  • Fagons
  • Fair Rhodian
  • Fair Rosamond
  • Fairfax
  • Fairfield
  • Fairy
  • Fairy Queen
  • Faith
  • Faithful
  • Fal
  • Falcon
  • Falcon Flyboat
  • Falcon in the Fetterlock
  • Falcon of the Tower
  • Falkland
  • Falkland Prize
  • Falmouth
  • Fama
  • Fame
  • Fancy
  • Fandango
  • Fanfan
  • Fanny
  • Fantome
  • Fareham
  • Farncomb
  • Farndale
  • Farnham Castle
  • Farragut
  • Fastnet
  • Faulknor
  • Faversham
  • Favorite
  • Favourite
  • Fawkner
  • Fawn
  • Fearless
  • Felicidade
  • Felicite
  • Felicity
  • Felix
  • Felixstowe
  • Fellowship
  • Felmersham
  • Fencer
  • Fenella
  • Fennel
  • Fenton
  • Fergus
  • Fermoy
  • Fernie
  • Feroze
  • Ferret
  • Ferreter
  • Fervent
  • Feversham
  • Fidelity
  • Fidget
  • Fierce
  • Fife
  • Fife Ness
  • Fighter
  • Fiji
  • Filey
  • Finch
  • Findhorn
  • Finisterre
  • Finwhale
  • Fiona
  • Fireball
  • Firebrand
  • Firedrake
  • Firefly
  • Firequeen
  • Firm
  • Firme
  • Fisgard
  • Fishguard
  • Fiskerton
  • Fittleton
  • Fitzroy
  • Flambeau
  • Flamborough
  • Flamborough Head
  • Flamborough Prize
  • Flame
  • Flamer
  • Flamingo
  • Flash
  • Flax
  • Fleche
  • Fleetwood
  • Fleur de la Mer
  • Fleur de Lys
  • Flewende Fische
  • Flight
  • Flinders
  • Flint
  • Flint Castle
  • Flintham
  • Flirt
  • Flockton
  • Flora
  • Florentina
  • Florida
  • Floriston
  • Florizel
  • Flower de Luce
  • Fly
  • Flying Fish
  • Flying Fox
  • Flying Greyhound
  • Foam
  • Foley
  • Folkeston
  • Folkestone
  • Force
  • Ford
  • Fordham
  • Foresight
  • Forest Hill
  • Forester
  • Forfar
  • Formidable
  • Forres
  • Fort Erie
  • Fort Francis
  • Fort William
  • Fort York
  • Forte
  • Forth
  • Fortitude
  • Fortituud
  • Fortune
  • Fortune Prize
  • Fortunee
  • Forward
  • Foster
  • Fotheringay Castle
  • Foudroyant
  • Fougueux
  • Fountain
  • Fowey
  • Fowy
  • Fox
  • Foxglove
  • Foxhound
  • Foyle
  • Franchise
  • Francis
  • Franklin
  • Fraser
  • Fraserburgh
  • Frederick William
  • Frederickstein
  • Frederickswaern
  • Fredericton
  • Freesia
  • Fremantle
  • French Ruby
  • French Victory
  • Frere
  • Frettenham
  • Freya
  • Friendship
  • Friezland
  • Fritham
  • Fritillary
  • Frobisher
  • Frog
  • Frolic
  • Frome
  • Frontenac
  • Fubbs
  • Fuerte
  • Fulmar
  • Fulminate
  • Fundy
  • Furieuse
  • Furious
  • Furnace
  • Fury
  • Fuze
  • Fyen
  • Fylla

Ships named Fame: Fame known as the “FAME” of Watford, was a small vessel which joined or was taken by the Royalist Fleet under Prince Rupert in the spring of 1649. ... HMS Fife (D20) was the first unit of the Batch 2 County-class destroyers of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Fiji - OPERATIONAL HISTORY _____________________________________________________________________________ HMS FIJI was the first of eight ships of the Fiji class authorised in the 1937 and 1938 programmes. ... HMS Finisterre (D55) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN). ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Flamingo, after the flamingo bird. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Fleetwood. ... HMS Flint Castle (K383) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... At least two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Formidable. ... HMS Forth, Pennant number A187, was a submarine depot ship. ... Fifteen vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Fox, after the fox. ... My grandfarther served on HMS Foxhound in WWII as petty officer. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Frolic. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Furious: Furious, launched 1797, was a 12-gun gunvessel. ... HMS Fury was a Hecla-class bomb ship. ...

G

  • G1
  • G2
  • G3
  • G4
  • G5
  • G6
  • G7
  • G8
  • G9
  • G10
  • G11
  • G12
  • G13
  • G14
  • G15
  • Gabbard
  • Gabriel
  • Gabriel Harfleur
  • Gabriel Royal
  • Gaddesdon
  • Gadfly
  • Gadwell
  • Gael
  • Gaiete
  • Gaillarda
  • Gainsborough
  • Gala
  • Galatea
  • Galathee
  • Galgo
  • Galicia
  • Gallant
  • Gallarita
  • Gallion
  • Galliot
  • Galt
  • Galteemore
  • Gambia
  • Gamston
  • Gananoque
  • Ganga
  • Ganges
  • Gannet
  • Ganymede
  • Gardenia
  • Gardiner
  • Garland
  • Garlies
  • Garnet
  • Garry
  • Garth
  • Gascoyne
  • Gaspe
  • Gatineau
  • Gatwick
  • Gauntlet
  • Gavinton
  • Gavotte
  • Gawler
  • Gayundah
  • Gazelle
  • Geelong
  • Gelykneid
  • General Abercrombie
  • General Craufurd
  • General Grant
  • General Monk
  • General Platt
  • General Wolfe
  • Genereux
  • Genista
  • Genoa
  • Gentian
  • Gentille
  • George
  • George III
  • Georgeham
  • Georgetown
  • Georgiana
  • Geraldton
  • Geranium
  • Germaine
  • Germoon Prize
  • Gerrans Bay
  • Geyser
  • Ghurka
  • Gibraltar
  • Gibraltar Prize
  • Gier
  • Giffard
  • Gifford
  • Gift
  • Gift Minor
  • Giles
  • Gilia
  • Gilliflower
  • Gipsy
  • Girdle Ness
  • Gironde
  • Glace Bay
  • Gladiator
  • Gladiolus
  • Gladstone
  • Glaisdale
  • Glamorgan
  • Glasgow
  • Glasserton
  • Glassford
  • Glatton
  • Gleaner
  • Glenarm
  • Glenearn
  • Glenelg
  • Glengyle
  • Glenmore
  • Glenroy
  • Glentham
  • Globe
  • Gloire
  • Glommen
  • Glorieux
  • Gloriosa
  • Glorioso
  • Glorious
  • Glory
  • Glory Iv
  • Gloucester
  • Glowworm
  • Gloxinia
  • Gluckstadt
  • Gnat
  • Goathland
  • Godavari
  • Goderich
  • Godetia
  • Goelan
  • Gold Coast
  • Golden Falcon
  • Golden Fleece
  • Golden Hind
  • Golden Horse
  • Golden Lion
  • Golden Rose
  • Goldfinch
  • Goliath
  • Gomati
  • Gondwana
  • Good Fortune
  • Good Hope
  • Good Intent
  • Good Will
  • Goodall
  • Goodson
  • Goodwin
  • Goodwood
  • Goole
  • Goose Bay
  • Gordon
  • Gore
  • Goree
  • Gorey Castle
  • Gorgon
  • Gorleston
  • Goshawk
  • Gosport
  • Gossamer
  • Goulburn
  • Gould
  • Gozo
  • Grace
  • Grace Dieu
  • Grace of God
  • Grafton
  • Gramont
  • Grampian
  • Grampus
  • Grana
  • Granby
  • Grand Turk
  • Grandmere
  • Grandmistress
  • Granicus
  • Grantham
  • Graph
  • Grappler
  • Grass Snake
  • Grasshopper
  • Gravelines
  • Grayfly
  • Grays
  • Great Barbara
  • Great Bark
  • Great Elizabeth
  • Great Galley
  • Great Harry
  • Great Nicholas
  • Great Pinnace
  • Great Zabra
  • Greatford
  • Grecian
  • Green Linnet
  • Greenfish
  • Greenfly
  • Greenock
  • Greenwich
  • Greetham
  • Grenada
  • Grenade
  • Grenado
  • Grenville
  • Gretna
  • Grey Fox
  • Grey Wolf
  • Greyhond
  • Greyhound
  • Griffin
  • Griffon
  • Grille
  • Grimsby
  • Grindall
  • Grinder
  • Griper
  • Grisle
  • Grou
  • Grouper
  • Grove
  • Growler
  • Guachapin
  • Guadeloupe
  • Guardian
  • Guardland
  • Guelderland
  • Guelph
  • Guepe
  • Guernsey
  • Guerriere
  • Guilder De Ruyter
  • Guildford
  • Guildford Castle
  • Guillemot
  • Guinea
  • Guinevere
  • Gull
  • Gulnare
  • Gurkha
  • Guysborough
  • Gympie
  • Gypsy

HMS Gabbard (D47) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN). ... HMS Galatea, after the Galatea of mythology, has been the name of eight ships in the British Royal Navy. ... HMS Gallant (H59) was a G-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, at Govan in Scotland on 15 September 1934, launched on 26 September 1935 and completed on 25 February 1936. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Ganges after the river Ganges in India. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Garland. ... The USS Enterprise was a Continental Navy sloop-of-war that served in Lake Champlain during the American Revolutionary War. ... HMS Geranium, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the flower geranium. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Gibraltar, after the colony of Gibraltar. ... HMS Gipsy (H63) was a G-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, at Govan in Scotland on 5 September 1934, launched on 7 November 1935 and completed on 22 February 1936. ... HMS Gladiator, was a (second-class or) light cruiser of the Royal Navy, launched in December 1896 at Portsmouth. ... HMS Gladiolus (K34) was the first of 225 Flower-class corvettes built during World War II. She was laid down at Smiths Dock on the River Tees in the United Kingdom, on October 19, 1939, launched on 24 January 1940, and commissioned on April 6, 1940. ... HMS Glamorgan (D19) was a County-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... Eight ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Glasgow after the city in Scotland. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Glatton. ... HMS Glorious was a warship of the Royal Navy. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Glory: Glory, launched in 1899, was a Canopus-class battleship that served in World War I. She was broken up in 1922. ... Eleven vessels, and one planned, of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Gloucester, after Gloucester, the city in England. ... HMS Glowworm (H92) was a G-class destroyer laid down by John I. Thornycroft and Company at Woolston in Southampton on 15 August 1934, launched on 22 July 1935 and completed on 22 January 1936. ... A number of ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Goliath after the Biblical giant, Goliath. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Good Hope. ... HMS Gorgon was a Gorgon class Monitor of the British Royal Navy. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Grafton: The first Grafton (H89) was a G-class destroyer launched in 1935 and torpedoed in 1940. ... Ten vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Grampus after two members of the dolphin family (Delphinidae): Grampus griseus, also known as Rissos Dolphin, and Orcinus orca, also known as the Killer Whale. ... HMS Grasshopper, was the name given to several boats, stations and ships of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Gravelines (D24) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Grenade (H86) was a G-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Alexander Stephen and Sons at Linthouse in Scotland on 3 October 1934, launched on 12 November 1935 and completed on 28 March 1936. ... HMS Grenville (H03), named for Vice Admiral Sir Richard Grenville (1541–1591), was a G-class destroyer laid down by the Yarrow Shipbuilding Company, Limited, at Scotstoun in Glasgow on 29 September 1934, launched on 15 August 1935 and completed on 1 July 1936. ... Sixteen different ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Greyhound, after the greyhound, a breed of dog notable for its speed. ... HMS Griffin (H31) was a G-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Vickers Armstrong Naval Construction Works at Barrow-in-Furness on 20 September 1934, launched on 15 August 1935 and commissioned on 6 June 1936. ... The HMS Guardian was a World War II-era net laying and photographic ship built in 1932 and scrapped in 1962. ... HMS Guerriere was a British 3-masted sail frigate of 38 guns captured from the French, and commanded by Captain Tom Dacres when she met the Constitution in her last battle on 19 August 1812. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Gurkha, after a people who originate in Nepal and who serve with distinction in the British Army as part of the Brigade of Gurkhas. ... HMS Gipsy (H63) was a G-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, at Govan in Scotland on 5 September 1934, launched on 7 November 1935 and completed on 22 February 1936. ...

H

  • (H)1
  • (H)2
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  • H1
  • H2
  • H3
  • H4
  • H5
  • H6
  • H7
  • H8
  • H9
  • H10
  • H11
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  • H13
  • H14
  • H15
  • H16
  • H17
  • H18
  • H19
  • H20
  • H21
  • H22
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  • H24
  • H25
  • H26
  • H27
  • H28
  • H29
  • H30
  • H31
  • H32
  • H33
  • H34
  • H35
  • H36
  • H37
  • H38
  • H39
  • H40
  • H41
  • H42
  • H43
  • H44
  • H45
  • H46
  • H47
  • H48
  • H49
  • H40
  • H51
  • H52
  • H53
  • Haddock
  • Hadleigh Castle
  • Haerlem
  • Haida
  • Halberd
  • Halcyon
  • Haldon
  • Half Moon
  • Halifax
  • Halladale
  • Hallowell
  • Halsham
  • Halstarr
  • Halstead
  • Hamadryad
  • Hambledon
  • Hamilton
  • Hampshire
  • Hampton
  • Hampton Court
  • Handmaid
  • Handy
  • Hannam
  • Hannibal
  • Happy
  • Happy Entrance
  • Happy Ladd
  • Happy Return
  • Harereen
  • Hardi
  • Hardinge
  • Hardrock
  • Hardy
  • 'Hare
  • Harebell
  • Harfruen
  • Hargood
  • Harland
  • Harlech
  • Harlequin
  • Harman
  • Harp
  • Harpenden
  • Harpham
  • Harpy
  • Harrier
  • Harriot
  • Harrow
  • Hart
  • Hartland
  • Hartland Point
  • Hartlepool
  • Harvester
  • Harwich
  • Hastings
  • Hasty
  • Hatherleigh
  • Haughty
  • Havannah
  • Havant
  • Havelock
  • Haversham
  • Havick
  • Havock
  • Hawea
  • Hawk
  • Hawke
  • Hawkins
  • Hawthorn
  • Haydon
  • Hayling
  • Hazard
  • Hazard Prize
  • Hazardous
  • Hazleton
  • Heart of Oak
  • Heartsease
  • Hearty
  • Heather
  • Hebe
  • Herbrus
  • Hecate
  • Hecla
  • Hector
  • Hedingham Castle
  • Heir Apparent
  • Helder
  • Helderenberg
  • Heldin
  • Helena
  • Helford
  • Helicon
  • Heliotrope
  • Helmsdale
  • Helmsley Castle
  • Helverson
  • Hemlock
  • Henrietta
  • Henrietta Maria
  • Henry
  • Henry Galley
  • Henry Grace a Dieu
  • Henry of Hampton
  • Henry Prize
  • Henryville
  • Hepatica
  • Herald
  • Hercules
  • Hereward
  • Hermes
  • Hermione
  • Herne Bay
  • Hero
  • Heroine
  • Heron
  • Hespeler
  • Hesper
  • Hesperus
  • Hestor
  • Heureux
  • Hever Castle
  • Hexham
  • Hexton
  • Heythorp
  • Hibernia
  • Hibiscus
  • Hickleton
  • Highburton
  • Highflyer
  • Highlander
  • Highway
  • Hilary
  • Hildersham
  • Hillary
  • Himalaya
  • Hinchinbrook
  • Hind
  • Hindostan
  • Hindustan
  • Hinksford
  • Hippomenes
  • Hirondelle
  • Hobart
  • Hodgeston
  • Hogue
  • Holcombe
  • Holderness
  • Holdernesse
  • Holighose
  • Holigost
  • Holigost Spayne
  • Hollesley Bay
  • Holly
  • Hollyhock
  • Holm Sound
  • Holmes
  • Holstein
  • Honesty
  • Honeysuckle
  • Hong Kong
  • Hood
  • Hope
  • Hope Prize
  • Hopewell
  • Horatio
  • Hornby
  • Hornet
  • Hornpipe
  • Horseman
  • Horsleydown
  • Hoste
  • Hostile
  • Hotham
  • Hotspur
  • Houghton
  • Hound
  • House de Swyte
  • Hoverfly
  • Hovingham
  • Howe
  • Howett
  • Howitzer
  • Hubberston
  • Hugh Lindsay
  • Hugh Rose
  • Hughes
  • Hulvul
  • Humber
  • Humberstone
  • Hunter
  • Huntley
  • Huntsville
  • Huron
  • Hurricane
  • Hursley
  • Hurst
  • Hurst Caastle
  • Hurworth
  • Hussar
  • Hyacinth
  • Hyaena
  • Hyderabad
  • Hydra
  • Hydrangea
  • Hygeia
  • Hyperion
  • Hythe

Six vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Halcyon. ... HMS Halifax, British Royal Navy. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hampshire after the county of Hampshire: Hampshire, launched in 1903, was a Devonshire-class armoured cruiser. ... Four destroyers of the Royal Navy have been named for Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy (1769-1839), captain of HMS Victory during the Battle of Trafalgar. ... HMS Hasty (H24) was an H-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by William Denny, Brothers and Company, Limited, of Dumbarton in Scotland on 15 April 1935, launched on 5 May 1936 and commissioned on 11 November 1936. ... Two vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Havock. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hebe, after the Greek goddess Hebe. ... HMS Hecla was the lead ship of the Hecla class, an ocean going survey ship type in the Royal Navy. ... Nine ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Hector, named after the Trojan hero Hector in the Iliad. ... Two British Royal Navy warships have been named Hedingham Castle, after Hedingham Castle in Essex. ... HMS Herald - Botany expedition? Victorian? HMS Herald (H138)- Hydrographic survey ship. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Hercules, after the Greek and Roman hero Hercules. ... HMS Hereward (H93), named after Hereward the Wake, was an H-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by the High Walker Yard of Vickers Armstrong at Newcastle-on-Tyne on 28 February 1935, launched on 10 March 1936 and commissioned on 9 December 1936. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hermes, after Hermes, the messenger god of Greek mythology: The first Hermes was a converted cruiser that was used as an experimental seaplane tender by the Royal Naval Air Service shortly before World War I. She was sunk by a... Categories: Stub | Royal Navy ships ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hero, invoking the concept of the hero. ... HMS Hesperus (H57) was an H-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Hibernia after the Latin name of Ireland. ... Two vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hibiscus, after the hibiscus flower. ... Four vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Highflyer. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hogue, after the battle of La Hogue, May 1692: Hogue, launched 1900, was a Cressy-class armoured cruiser, sunk in 1914. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hood after members of the Hood family, which produced several notable Navy officers: The first Hood, launched in 1859 as Edgar, was a second-rate ship of the line of 91 guns. ... Ten vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hornet. ... HMS Hostile (H55) was an H-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering at Greenock in Scotland on 27 February 1935, launched on 24 January 1936 and commissioned on 10 September 1936. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hotspur after the nickname of Sir Henry Percy: The first Hotspur was a 36-gun fifth-rate in service from 1810 to 1821. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Howe, after Admiral Richard Howe: Howe, launched 1860, was a 121-gun ship of the line, renamed Bulwark, and then renamed Impregnable in 1886. ... No less than seventeen vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hunter. ... HMS Hurricane, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the hurricane. ... Ten ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Hussar, after the hussar. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hyacinth after the hyacinth flower: Hyacinth, launched in 1829, was a sixth-rate sloop. ... HMS Hyperion (H97) was an H-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, named after the Greek mythological character Hyperion. ...

I

  • Ibis
  • Icarus
  • Ickford
  • Ignition
  • Ildefonso
  • Ilex
  • Ilfracombe
  • Illustrious
  • Ilmington
  • Ilston
  • Imaum
  • Immortalite
  • Imogene
  • Imogen
  • Imperial
  • Imperieuse
  • Impeteux
  • Impey
  • Implacable
  • Impregnable
  • Impulsive
  • Incendiary
  • Incharran
  • Inconstant
  • Increase
  • Indefatigable
  • Independencia
  • Indian
  • Indignant
  • Indomitable
  • Industry
  • Indus
  • Infanta Don Carlos
  • Infanta
  • Infernal
  • Inflexible
  • Inglefield
  • Inglesham
  • Inglis
  • Ingonish
  • Inman
  • Insolent
  • Inspector
  • Instow
  • Integrity
  • Intelligence
  • Intelligent
  • Intrepid
  • Invention
  • Invermoriston
  • Inverness
  • Investigator
  • Inveterate
  • Invicta
  • Invincible
  • Iphigenia
  • Ipswich
  • Iris
  • Iron Duke
  • Iroquois
  • Irresistible
  • Irvine
  • Irwell
  • Isabella
  • Isham
  • Isinglass
  • Isis
  • Iskra
  • Islay
  • Isle of Wight
  • Islip
  • Ister
  • Itchen
  • Ithuriel
  • Ivanhoe
  • Iveston
  • Ivy

HMS Ibis (U99) was a Black Swan-class sloop of the Royal Navy. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Icarus, after the Icarus of Greek mythology. ... HMS Ilex (D61), named after the Holly genus, was an I-class destroyer laid down by John Brown and Company, Limited, at Clydebank in Scotland on 10 March 1936, launched on 28 January 1937 and commissioned on 7 July 1937. ... There have been five ships in the Royal Navy to bear the proud name Illustrious, and as her name suggests, she and her predecessors have had an illustrious history. ... IMAUM is : an old (western?) form of the Arabic muslim title Imam the name of a Royal Navy Ship : HMS Imaum ... HMS Imogen (D44) was an I-class destroyer laid down by R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Company, Limited, at Hebburn-on-Tyne on 18 January 1936, launched on 30 October 1936 and commissioned on 2 June 1937. ... HMS Imperial (D09) was an I-class destroyer laid down by R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Company, Limited, at Hebburn-on-Tyne on 22 January 1936, launched on 11 December 1936 and commissioned on 30 June 1937. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Imperiuse, a name retained from the French. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Implacable: Implacable, launched in 1800 as the French ship Duguay-Trouin, was a 74-gun ship of the line. ... Ten ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Impregnable: Impregnable was a 98-gun second-rate ship of the line launched in 1789 and wrecked in 1799 near Chichester. ... HMS Impulsive (D11) was an I-class destroyer laid down by J. Samuel White and Company, Limited, at Cowes on the Isle of Wight in March 1936, launched on 1 March 1937 and commissioned on 29 January 1938. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Inconstant: Inconstant, launched 1914, was an Arethusa-class light cruiser that served in World War I. Inconstant, launched 1941, was an H-class destroyer that served in World War II. This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Indefatigable. ... There have been two warships named Indomitable, but the most powerful ship of the lineage was its last. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been called HMS Inflexible. ... HMS Inglefield (D02), named for Captain John Nicholson Inglefield (1748–1828) and his son Rear-Admiral Samuel Hood Inglefield (1783–1848), was an I-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Cammel Laird and Company at Birkenhead on 29 April 1936, launched on 15 October 1936 and commissioned... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Intrepid, including: The HMS Intrepid who was sunk in the Zeebrugge raid in 1918 as a blockship. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Invincible. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Iron Duke after the Duke of Wellington, nicknamed the Iron Duke: The first Iron Duke was a battleship launched in 1870 and sold 1906 The second Iron Duke was the name-ship of a class of battleships, launched in... At least two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Irresistible: An Irresistible served in the Royal Navy c. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy, and four tenders of the RNVR, have been named HMS Isis, after the Egyptian goddess Isis. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been called HMS Itchen after the English river: The first Itchen was a destroyer launched in 1903 and torpedoed in the North Sea on 6 July 1917 by the German U-boat U99. ... HMS Ithuriel (H05) was an I-class destroyer laid down as Gayret for the Turkish Navy by Vickers Armstrong Naval Construction Works at Barrow-in-Furness on 24 May 1939, launched on 15 December 1940 and commissioned on 3 March 1942. ... HMS Ivanhoe (D16) was an I-class destroyer laid down by the Yarrow Shipbuilding Company, Limited, at Scotstoun in Glasgow on 6 February 1936, launched on 11 February 1937 and commissioned on 24 August 1937. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Ivy named after the plant. ...

J

  • J1
  • J2
  • J3
  • J4
  • J5
  • J6
  • J7
  • Jack Tar
  • Jackal
  • Jackdaw
  • Jackton
  • Jack
  • Jaguar
  • Jahangir
  • Jalouse
  • Jamaica
  • James & Eliza
  • James Bay
  • James Galley
  • James Watt
  • James
  • Jamuna
  • Janissary
  • Janus
  • Jaseur
  • Jasmine
  • Jason
  • Jasper
  • Jastrzab
  • Java
  • Javelin
  • Jed
  • Jellicoe
  • Jenny
  • Jennet Pyrwin
  • Jennet
  • Jeremiah
  • Jerfalcon
  • Jersey
  • Jervis Bay
  • Jervis
  • Jessamine
  • Jesus & Mary
  • Jesus of Lubeck
  • Jesus
  • Jewel
  • John & Alexander
  • John & Martha
  • John & Peter
  • John & Sarah
  • John Ballinger
  • John Baptist
  • John Evangelist
  • John of Dublin
  • John of Greenwich
  • Johnson
  • John
  • Jolly
  • Jonquil
  • Joseph Straker
  • Joseph
  • Josiah
  • Joyful
  • Jubilant
  • Julian
  • Julia
  • Julius
  • Jumna
  • Juniper
  • Junon
  • Juno
  • Jupiter
  • Juste
  • Justitia
  • Jutland

HMS Jackal (F22) was a J-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by John Brown and Company, Limited, at Clydebank in Scotland on 24 September 1937, launched on 25 October 1938 and commissioned on 31 March 1939. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Jaguar, after the feline jaguar. ... HMS Jamaica (C44), a Crown Colony class cruiser of the Royal Navy, is named after Jamaica when it used to be part of the British Empire. ... HMS Janus (F53), named after the Roman god, was a J-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Limited at Wallsend-on-Tyne on 29 September 1937, launched on 10 November 1938 and commissioned on 5 August 1939. ... HMS Jason, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after the Greek mythological character Jason. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Java. ... HMS Javelin (F61) was a J-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by John Brown and Company, Limited, at Clydebank in Scotland on 11 October 1937, launched on 21 December 1938 and commissioned on 10 June 1939. ... HMS Jersey (F72) was a J-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by J. Samuel White and Company at Cowes on the Isle of Wight on 20 September 1937, launched on 26 September 1938 and commissioned on 28 April 1939. ... HMS Jervis Bay was an armed mechant cruiser, pennant F40, sunk on 5 November 1940 by the German pocket battleship DKM Admiral Scheer. ... HMS Jervis (F00), named for Admiral John Jervis (1735–1823), was a J-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Company, Limited, at Hebburn-on-Tyne on 26 August 1937, launched on 9 September 1938 and commissioned on 5 August 1939. ... HMS Juniper (T123) was a Tree-class minesweeping trawler of the Royal Navy. ... Three vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Juno after the Roman goddess Juno, launched in 1896, was an Eclipse-class protected cruiser. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Jupiter, after the Roman god Jupiter. ... HMS Jutland (D62) was a Battle-class destroyer of the United Kingdoms Royal Navy. ...

K

  • K1
  • K2
  • K3
  • K4
  • K5
  • K6
  • K7
  • K8
  • K9
  • K10
  • K11
  • K12
  • K13
  • K14
  • K15
  • K16
  • K17
  • K18
  • K19
  • K20
  • K21
  • K22
  • K23
  • K24
  • K25
  • K26
  • K27
  • K28
  • Kale
  • Kalgoorlie
  • Kandahar
  • Kangaroo
  • Kaniere
  • Karanja
  • Karrakatta
  • Kashmir
  • Katherine Bark
  • Katherine Breton
  • Katherine Fortileza
  • Katherine Galley
  • Katherine
  • Katoomba
  • Keats
  • Kedleston
  • Keith
  • Kellett
  • Kellington
  • Kelly
  • Kelvin
  • Kemerton
  • Kempenfelt
  • Kempthorne
  • Kempton
  • Kendal
  • Kenilworth Castle
  • Kennet
  • Kennington
  • Kentish
  • Kent
  • Kenya
  • Keppel
  • Keren
  • Kertch
  • Kestrel
  • Kew
  • Khartoum
  • Khedive
  • Kiawo
  • Kilbane
  • Kilbarchan
  • Kilbeggan
  • Kilberry
  • Kilbirnie
  • Kilbrachan
  • Kilbride
  • Kilbrittain
  • Kilburn
  • Kilby
  • Kilcar
  • Kilcavan
  • Kilchattan
  • Kilchreest
  • Kilchrenan
  • Kilchvan
  • Kilclare
  • Kilcolgan
  • Kilconnan
  • Kilconnel
  • Kilcoole
  • Kilcornie
  • Kilcot
  • Kilcreggan
  • Killcullen
  • Kilcurrig
  • Kildale
  • Kildarton
  • Kildary
  • Kildavin
  • Kildimo
  • Kildonan
  • Kildorough
  • Kildorry
  • Kildpart
  • Kildress
  • Kildwick
  • Kilfenora
  • Kilfinny
  • Kilfree
  • Kilfullert
  • Kilgarvan
  • Kilglass
  • Kilgobnet
  • Kilgowan
  • Kilhampton
  • Kilham
  • Kilkeel
  • Kilkee
  • Kilkenny
  • Kilkenzie
  • Kilkerrin
  • Kilkhampton
  • Killadoon
  • Killaloo
  • Killane
  • Killarney
  • Killary
  • Killegan
  • Killegar
  • Killena
  • Killerig
  • Killiecrankie
  • Killeney
  • Killour
  • Killowen
  • Killybegs
  • Killygordon
  • Kilmacrennan
  • Kilmaine
  • Kilmalcolm
  • Kilmallock
  • Kilmanahan
  • Kilmarnock
  • Kilmartin
  • Kilmead
  • Kilmelford
  • Kilmersdon
  • Kilmington
  • Kilmorey
  • Kilmore
  • Kilmuckridge
  • Kilmun
  • Kimberley
  • Kincardine
  • King Alfred
  • David
  • King Edward VII
  • King George V
  • King of Prussia
  • Kingcup
  • Kingfisher
  • Kingfish
  • Kingham
  • Kingsale
  • Kingsford
  • Kingsmill
  • Kingston
  • Kingussie
  • Kinnairds Head
  • Kinross
  • Kinsale
  • Kinsha
  • Kipling
  • Kirkliston
  • Kistna
  • Kitchen
  • Kite
  • Kittiwake
  • Knaresborough Castle
  • Knole
  • Krakowiak
  • Kronprincen
  • Kronprincessen
  • Kujawiak

HMS K1 was a First World War steam turbine propelled K class submarines of the British Royal Navy. ... HMS K3 was the lead boat of the First World War steam-propelled K class submarines of the British Royal Navy. ... HMS K13 was a steam-propelled First World War K class submarine of the British Royal Navy. ... HMS K13 was a steam-propelled First World War K class submarine of the British Royal Navy. ... HMS K26 was the only modified K-class submarine of Britains Royal Navy to be completed. ... HMS Kandahar (F28) was a K-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Kangaroo, after the kangaroo. ... HMS Kashmir, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after Kashmir (used to be part of the British Empire). ... HMS Kelly (F01) was a K-class destroyer in Britains Royal Navy, launched on 25 October 1938 and commissioned on 23 August 1939. ... HMS Kelvin (F37) was a K-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, at Govan in Scotland on 5 October 1937, launched on 19 January 1939 and commissioned on 27 November 1939. ... HMS Kempthorne (K483) was a Captain-class frigate of the Royal Navy and named after Sir J Kempthorne of the 4th Mary Rose 1669. ... HMS Kenilworth Castle (K420) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Eleven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Kent, after the county of Kent. ... HMS Kenya (C14) was a Crown Colony-class cruiser of the British Royal Navy named after Kenya (at the time a British possession). ... The USS Cordova (CVE-39) (originally AVG-39 then later ACV-39) was an escort aircraft carrier launched 27 December 1942 by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. ... PCE-827 Class Patrol Craft Escort: Laid down as PCE-833 by the Pullman Standard Car Co. ... HMS King Edward VII, named after King Edward VII, was the lead ship of the King Edward VII class of British Royal Navy battleships. ... Two Royal Navy ships have been named HMS King George V after George V king of the United Kingdom. ... HMS Kingfisher pennant number P260 completed in 1975. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Kingston. ... HMS Kite (U87) was a Black Swan-class sloop of the Royal Navy, once commanded by the famous U-boat hunter Captain Frederick John Walker. ... HMS Knaresborough Castle (K389) was a Castle-class corvette of the Royal Navy named after Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire, England. ...

L

  • L'Abondance
  • L'Aglaia
  • L'Egyptienne
  • L'Etoile
  • L'Hercule
  • L'Impassable
  • L'Incomprise
  • La Capricieuse
  • La Chieftain
  • La Combatante
  • La Cordeliere
  • La Flore
  • La Hulloise
  • La Loire
  • La Malbai
  • La Malouine
  • La Melpomene
  • La Moqueuse
  • Labuan
  • Laburnum
  • Lacedaemonian
  • Lachine
  • Lachlan
  • Lachute
  • Ladas
  • Ladava
  • Lady Canning
  • Lady Falkland
  • Lady Loch
  • Lady Nelson
  • Lady Prevost
  • Ladybird
  • Lae
  • Laertes
  • Laforey
  • Lagan
  • Lal
  • Laleston
  • Lalmourn
  • Lamerton
  • Lamport
  • Lanark
  • Lancaster
  • Lancaster Castle
  • Lance
  • Landguard
  • Landrail
  • Langport
  • Lantau
  • Lanton
  • Lapwing
  • Largo Bay
  • Largs
  • Lark
  • Larke
  • Larkspur
  • Larne
  • Lasalle
  • Lasham
  • Lassoo
  • Latona
  • Latrobe
  • Lauderdale
  • Launceston
  • Launceston Castle
  • Laura
  • Laurel
  • Laurestinus
  • Lauzon
  • Lavender
  • Laverock
  • Lavinia
  • Lawford
  • Lawrence
  • Lawson
  • Le Havre
  • Le Robecque
  • Le Triomphant
  • Leamington
  • Leander
  • Leaside
  • Leda
  • Ledbury
  • Ledsham
  • Lee
  • Leeds
  • Leeds Castle
  • Leeuwin
  • Legere
  • Legion
  • Leicester
  • Leighton
  • Leith
  • Lennox
  • Lenox
  • Leocadia
  • Leonidas
  • Leopard
  • Leopard's Whelp
  • Lethbridge
  • Letterston
  • Levant
  • Leven
  • Leveret
  • Leverton
  • Leviathan
  • Levis
  • Lewes
  • Lewiston
  • Leyden
  • Li Wo
  • Liberty
  • Lichfield
  • Lichfield Prize
  • Licorne
  • Liddesdale
  • Liffey
  • Ligaera
  • Lightfoot
  • Lightning
  • Lilac
  • Lily
  • Limbourne
  • Linaria
  • Lincoln
  • Lindisfarne
  • Lindsey
  • Ling
  • Linganbar
  • Lingfield
  • Linnet
  • Lion
  • Lion's Whelp
  • Lioness
  • Lisburne
  • Lismore
  • Liston
  • Listowel
  • Lithgow
  • Little Belt
  • Little Charity
  • Little London
  • Little Unicorn
  • Little Victory
  • Littleham
  • Lively
  • Liverpool
  • Lizard
  • Llandaff
  • Llandudno
  • Llewellyn
  • Lobelia
  • Loch Achanault
  • Loch Achray
  • Loch Affric
  • Loch Alvie
  • Loch Ard
  • Loch Arkaig
  • Loch Arklet
  • Loch Arnish
  • Loch Assynt
  • Loch Awe
  • Loch Badcall
  • Loch Boisdale
  • Loch Bracadale
  • Loch Carloway
  • Loch Caroy
  • Loch Carron
  • Loch Clunie
  • Loch Coulside
  • Loch Craggie
  • Loch Cree
  • Loch Creran
  • Loch Doine
  • Loch Dunvegan
  • Loch Earn
  • Loch Eck
  • Loch Eil
  • Loch Enock
  • Loch Ericht
  • Loch Erisort
  • Loch Eye
  • Loch Eynort
  • Loch Fada
  • Loch Fannich
  • Loch Fionn
  • Loch Frisa
  • Loch Fyne
  • Loch Garasdale
  • Loch Garve
  • Loch Glashan
  • Loch Glendhu
  • Loch Goil
  • Loch Gorm
  • Loch Griam
  • Loch Harport
  • Loch Harray
  • Loch Heilen
  • Loch Hourne
  • Loch Inchard
  • Loch Insh
  • Loch Katrine
  • Loch Ken
  • Loch Kilbirnie
  • Loch Killin
  • Loch Killisport
  • Loch Kirbister
  • Loch Kirkaig
  • Loch Kishorn
  • Loch Knockie
  • Loch Laro
  • Loch Laxford
  • Loch Linfern
  • Loch Linnhe
  • Loch Lomond
  • Loch Lubnaig
  • Loch Lurgain
  • Loch Lydoch
  • Loch Lyon
  • Loch Maberry
  • Loch Maddy
  • Loch Minnick
  • Loch Mochrum
  • Loch More
  • Loch Morlich
  • Loch Muick
  • Loch Nell
  • Loch Odairn
  • Loch Ossain
  • Loch Quoich
  • Loch Roan
  • Loch Ronald
  • Loch Ruthven
  • Loch Ryan
  • Loch Scamdale
  • Loch Scavaig
  • Loch Scridain
  • Loch Seaforth
  • Loch Sheallag
  • Loch Sheil
  • Loch Shin
  • Loch Skaig
  • Loch Skerrow
  • Loch Stemster
  • Loch Stenness
  • Loch Striven
  • Loch Sunart
  • Loch Swannay
  • Loch Swin
  • Loch Tanna
  • Loch Tarbert
  • Loch Tilt
  • Loch Torridon
  • Loch Tralaig
  • Loch Tummel
  • Loch Urigill
  • Loch Vanavie
  • Loch Vennachar
  • Loch Veyatie
  • Loch Watten
  • Lochinvar
  • Lochy
  • Lockeport
  • Locust
  • Lofoten
  • London
  • Londonderry
  • Longbow
  • Longbranch
  • Longford
  • Longueuil
  • Lonsdale
  • Looe
  • Lookout
  • Loosestrife
  • Lord Clive
  • Lord Howe
  • Lord Melville
  • Lord Nelson
  • Lord Nuffield
  • Lord Raglan
  • Lord Roberts
  • Lord Warden
  • Loring
  • Lossie
  • Lotus
  • Louis
  • Louisa
  • Louisburg
  • Love and Friendship
  • Lowestoffe
  • Lowestoffe Prize
  • Lowestoft
  • Loyal
  • Loyal Example
  • Loyal Exploit
  • Loyal Explorer
  • Loyal Express
  • Loyal London
  • Loyalist
  • Loyalty
  • Luce Bay
  • Lucia
  • Lucifer
  • Ludham
  • Ludlow
  • Ludlow Castle
  • Lullington
  • Lulworth
  • Lunenburg
  • Lupin
  • Lurcher
  • Lusitania
  • Lutin
  • Lutine
  • Lychnis
  • Lydd
  • Lydiard
  • Lydney
  • Lyemun
  • Lyme
  • Lyme Regis
  • Lynn
  • Lynx
  • Lyra
  • Lys
  • Lysander

Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Ladybird, after the ladybird beetle. ... There have been six ships of the Royal Navy named HMS Lancaster: The first Lancaster was a 80 gun First Rate built in 1694, then rebuilt and relaunched in 1722, and rebuilt for a third time to a 66 gun Third Rate in 1749 the second Lancaster was a East... HMS Landrail, otherwise known as Royal Naval Air Station Machrihanish is in Argyll and Bute not far from Campbeltown. ... HMS Largs was a World War II era warship. ... HMS Launceston Castle (K397) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Leander after the Greek hero Leander: Leander (1780) - 4th rate of 53 guns which took part in the Battle of the Nile. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Leda, after the Leda of Greek mythology. ... After the end of the Napoleonic War in 1815, Pasco was given command of HMS Lee, a small frigate employed in the Channel for the suppression of smuggling. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Leeds Castle after Leeds Castle, near Maidstone in Kent. ... Two destroyers of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Legion, after the legion. ... HMS Leonidas, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after Leonidas. ... Eleven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Leopard after the leopard: The first Leopard was a 34-gun ship launched in 1635 and captured by the Dutch in 1653. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Leviathan: Leviathan fought at the Battle of Trafalgar. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Liberty. ... Ten ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Lightning. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Lincoln HMS Lincoln, a warship active in American waters in 1701 HMS Lincoln, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and scrapped in 1945. ... Eighteen vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Lion, after the lion, an animal traditionally associated with courage, and also used in several heraldric motifs representing England and the British Monarchy. ... Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Liverpool after the city of Liverpool: The first Liverpool was a fifth-rate frigate with a modest displacement of 681 tons. ... HMS Lizard, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named mainly after the lizard. ... HMS Llandaff (F42) was a Salisbury-class aircraft direction frigate of the Royal Navy, named after the district of Llandaff in Cardiff, Wales. ... HMS Loch Alvie (K428) was a Loch-class frigate of the Royal Navy, named after Loch Alvie in Scotland. ... HMS Loch Dunvegan (K425), named after Loch Dunvegan in Scotland, was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy, launched in 1944 and broken up in 1960. ... HMS Loch Eck (K422), was a Loch-class frigate of the Royal Navy during World War II, named after Loch Eck in Scotland. ... HMS Loch Fada (K390) was the lead ship of the Loch class of frigates of the Royal Navy, pennant number K390 and named after Loch Fada in Scotland. ... HMS Loch Insh (K433) was a Loch-class frigate of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Loch Killin is a ship of the Royal Navy and is named after Loch Killin in Scotland. ... HMS Loch Killisport is a ship of the Royal Navy and is named after Loch Killisport in Scotland. ... HMS Loch Lomond (K437) was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy, and was built by the Caledon Shipyard in Dundee, Scotland. ... HMS Loch More is a ship of the Royal Navy and is named after Loch More in Scotland. ... HMS Locust (1939 - 1968) was a gunboat of the Royal Navy and is named after the locust, an insect. ... Twelve ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS London, after the city of London. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Londonderry, after Londonderry, a city in Northern Ireland. ... Two destroyers of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Lookout. ... The HMS Lord Nelson served in 1914 in the English Channel. ... HMS Lotus, a ship of the Royal Navy, is named after a flower named lotus. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Lydiard Lydiard, launched in 1914, was a Laforey-class destroyer that served in World War I. Lydiard (FY177), launched in 1935, was a 440-ton trawler purchased by the Admiralty in September 1939 and converted for anti-submarine warfare. ... HMS Lynx (F27), was a Leopard-class anti-aircraft frigate of the Royal Navy, named after the lynx. ... Three vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Lysander, after Lysander, a military commander of ancient Sparta. ...

M

  • M1 Submarine
  • M2
  • M13
  • M14
  • M15
  • M16
  • M17
  • M18
  • M19
  • M20
  • M21
  • M22
  • M23
  • M24
  • M25
  • M26
  • M27
  • M28
  • M29
  • M30
  • M31
  • M32
  • M33
  • MI
  • MII
  • MIII
  • MIV
  • MV
  • MVI
  • MVII
  • MVIII
  • Macduff
  • Macedonian
  • Machine
  • Mackay
  • Mackerel
  • Madagascar
  • Maddiston
  • Madras
  • Maeander
  • Maenad
  • Maesterland
  • Magdala
  • Magdalen
  • Magic
  • Magician
  • Magicienne
  • Magnanime
  • Magnet
  • Magnificent
  • Magpie
  • Mahonesa
  • Mahratta
  • Maida
  • Maiden Castle
  • Maidstone
  • Majestic
  • Malabar
  • Malacca
  • Malaga Merchant
  • Malaya
  • Malcolm
  • Malham
  • Malice
  • Mallard
  • Malling Castle
  • Mallow
  • Malmesbury Castle
  • Maloja
  • Malplaquet
  • Malta
  • Malvern
  • Mamaduke
  • Mameluke
  • Manchester
  • Mandarin
  • Mandate
  • Mandrake
  • Manela
  • Manica
  • Manilla
  • Manly
  • Manners
  • Mansfield
  • Mantis
  • Manxman
  • Maori
  • Maplin
  • Marathon
  • Marazion
  • Marengo
  • Margaret
  • Margate
  • Margett
  • Marguerite
  • Maria
  • Maria de Loreto
  • Maria Prize
  • Maria Sancta
  • Maria Sandwich
  • Maria Spayne
  • Mariana
  • Marianne
  • Marie
  • Antoinette
  • Marigold
  • Mariner
  • Marjoram
  • Marksman
  • Marlborough
  • Marlingford
  • Marlion
  • Marlow
  • Marmion
  • Marne
  • Maroon
  • Marquise de Seignelay
  • Mars
  • Marshal Ney
  • Marshal Soult
  • Marsounin
  • Marston Moor
  • Martah & Mary
  • Martial
  • Martin
  • Martin Garcia
  • Marvel
  • Mary
  • Mary & John
  • Mary Ann
  • Mary Antrim
  • Mary Breton
  • Mary Flyboat
  • Mary Fortune
  • Mary Galley
  • Mary George
  • Mary Gloria
  • Mary Grace
  • Mary Guildford
  • Mary Hamboro
  • Mary Hampton
  • Mary Imperial
  • Mary James
  • Mary Norwell
  • Mary Odierne
  • Mary of Rouen
  • Mary Prize
  • Mary Rose
  • Mary Thomas
  • Mary Willoughby
  • Maryanee
  • Maryborough
  • Maryport
  • Maryton
  • Mashona
  • Mason
  • Mastiff
  • Matabele
  • Matane
  • Matapan
  • Matchless
  • Mathias
  • Matilda
  • Matthew
  • Mauritius
  • Mavourneen
  • Mawdelyn
  • Maxton
  • May Frere
  • Mayflower
  • Mayfly
  • Mayford
  • Mazurka
  • Meadowsweet
  • Meclenburgh
  • Meda
  • Medea
  • Medee
  • Mediator
  • Medina
  • Mediterranean
  • Medora
  • Medusa
  • Medway
  • Medway II
  • Medway Prize
  • Meeanne
  • Meermin
  • Megaera
  • Melampe
  • Melampus
  • Melbreak
  • Meleager
  • Melita
  • Melpomene
  • Melton
  • Melville
  • Memnon
  • Menace
  • Menai
  • Mendip
  • Menelaus
  • Mentor
  • Meon
  • Mercure
  • Mercurius
  • Mercury
  • Meredith
  • Merhonour
  • Merlin
  • Mermaid
  • '
  • Mersey
  • Mersham
  • Messenger
  • Messina
  • Meteor
  • Meteorite
  • Meynell
  • Michael
  • Mickleham
  • Middlesborough
  • Middleton
  • Midge
  • Mignonette
  • Mignonne
  • Milan
  • Milfoil
  • v
  • Mileham
  • Milfoil
  • Milford
  • Milne
  • Mimico
  • Mimosa
  • Minas
  • Minden
  • Mindful
  • Minehead
  • Miner I
  • Miner II
  • Miner III
  • Miner IV
  • Miner V
  • Miner VI
  • Miner VII
  • Miner VIII
  • Minerva
  • Minerve
  • Mingan
  • Minion
  • Minnikin
  • Minorca
  • Minoru
  • Minos
  • Minotaur
  • Minstrel
  • Minto
  • Minuet
  • Minx
  • Miramichi
  • Miranda
  • Mischief
  • Mistletoe
  • Mistley
  • Mistral
  • Mitchell
  • Moa
  • Modbury
  • Moderate
  • Modeste
  • Mohawk
  • Moira
  • Monaghan
  • Monarca
  • Monarch
  • Monck
  • '
  • Mondovi
  • Mongoose
  • Monitor
  • Monkey
  • Monkshood
  • Monkton
  • Monmouth
  • Monmouoth Castle
  • Monow
  • Mons
  • Monsieur
  • Mont Blanc
  • Montagu
  • Montbretia
  • Montego Bay
  • Montford
  • Montgomery
  • Montreal
  • Montrose
  • Montserrat
  • Moon
  • Moorhen
  • Moorsom
  • Moray Firth
  • Mordaunt
  • Morecambe Bay
  • Moresby
  • Morgiana
  • Morne Fortunee
  • Morning Star
  • Moro
  • Morpeth Castle
  • Morris
  • Morris Dance
  • Mortar
  • Mosambique
  • Moselle
  • Moslem
  • Mosquito
  • Moth
  • Moucheron
  • Mounsey
  • Mount Edgcumbe
  • Mounts Bay
  • Mourne
  • Moy
  • Moyola
  • MTB102
  • Mulette
  • Mulgrave
  • Mull
  • Mull of Galloway
  • Mull of Kintyre
  • Mull of Oa
  • Mullett
  • Mullion
  • Mullion Cove
  • Munlochy
  • Munster
  • Muros
  • Murray
  • Musette
  • Musk
  • Muskerry
  • Musket
  • Musketeer
  • Musquedobet
  • Musquito
  • Mustico
  • Mutine
  • MV1
  • MV2
  • MV3
  • MV4
  • MV5
  • MV6
  • MV7
  • MV8
  • MV9
  • MV10
  • MV11
  • MV12
  • MV13
  • MV14
  • MV15
  • MV16
  • MV17
  • MV18
  • MV19
  • MV20
  • MV21
  • MV22
  • Myngs
  • Myosotis
  • Myrmidon
  • Myrtle
  • Mystic

His Majestys Submarine M1 was a submarine of the British Royal Navy, one of four vessels of the M class ordered towards the end of World War I. She sank with the loss of her entire crew in 1925. ... HMS M2 was a Royal Navy aircraft-carrying submarine shipwrecked in Lyme Bay, England, on 26 January 1932. ... The M33 was a M29-class monitor of the Royal Navy built in 1915 as part of the rapid ship construction campaign following the outbreak of World War I. Ordered in March of 1915, she was launched in May and commissioned in June; an impressive ship-building feat especially considering... HMS Macedonian was a 38-gun sailing frigate in the Royal Navy, later captured by the United States during the War of 1812. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Magnificent. ... Eight vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Magpie, after the magpie. ... A submarine depot ship of the Royal Navy. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Majestic. ... HMS Malaya was a Queen Elizabeth class battleship of the Royal Navy built by Armstrong Whitworth and launched in March 1915. ... There have been three warships to bear the name HMS Manchester in the Royal Navy from a small stores ship in the early 1800s to todays modern Type 42 destroyer. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Mansfield HMS Mansfield, a destroyer active during the First World War HMS Mansfield, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and decommisioned in 1944. ... HMS Maori (L-24/F-24/G-24) was a Tribal-class destroyer laid down by the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, at Govan in Scotland on 6 June 1936, launched on 2 September 1937 by Mrs. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Marigold, after the marigold flower. ... HMS Mariner (J 380) was a Minesweeper of the Algerine Class that was launched 9 may, 1945 and commissioned 23 may, 1945. ... Six warships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Marlborough after the Duke of Marlborough: The second-rate Saint Michael, renamed Marlborough in 1706, fought in the Seven Years War and foundered at sea in 1762. ... Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Mars, after Mars, the Roman god of war: The first Mars was a 50-gun ship, originally Dutch, captured in the Second Anglo-Dutch War in 1665, and sold in 1667. ... Nine ships of the Royal Navy have been named Mary Rose. ... HMS Matapan (D43) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN). ... HMS Mauritius is a ship of the Royal Navy and is named after Mauritius (a former British possession). ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Medea, after the Medea of Greek mythology. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Medway, probably after the River Medway. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Mermaid after the mermaid. ... There have been five British ships named HMS Mersey, ranging from small wooden ships to todays OPVs (Offshore Patrol Vessel). ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Meteor after the meteor, a space object. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Middleton after the Middleton hunt: Middleton (L74), launched in 1941, was a Type II Hunt-class destroyer. ... HMS Minden was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy. ... Eight vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Minerva, after the goddess Minerva of Roman mythology. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Minos, after the Minos of Greek mythology. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Minotaur after a Greek mythological figure, the Minotaur Minotaur - Sail battleship which fought at the battles of the Nile and Trafalgar. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Mohawk: Mohawk was a Tribal-class destroyer that served in World War II and was sunk in 1941. ... At least three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Monarch: A Monarch served in the Royal Navy c. ... Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Monmouth, after the Welsh town. ... Mont-Blanc was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the French Navy. ... At least one ship of the British Royal Navy has been named HMS Montgomery HMS Montgomery, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and scrapped in 1945. ... HMS Montrose has been the name of two ships of the United Kingdoms Royal Navy. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Morecambe Bay after Morecambe Bay. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Mounts Bay after Mounts Bay. ... HMS MTB 102 was a motor torpedo boat that served with the Royal Navy in the Second World War. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Myrmidon after the Myrmidones of Greek mythology. ...

N

  • N1
  • Naas
  • Nabob
  • Nadder
  • Nadur
  • Naiad
  • Nailsea
  • Nairana
  • Namur
  • Nancy
  • Nankin
  • Nantwich
  • Napier
  • Narbada
  • Narbrough
  • Narcissus
  • Narvik
  • Narwhal
  • Naseby
  • Nassau
  • Nasturtium
  • Natal
  • Nathaniell
  • Nautilus
  • Navarino
  • Navy
  • Navy Board
  • Navy Transport
  • Nearque
  • Neckar
  • Ned Elvin
  • Negresse
  • Negro
  • Nelson
  • Nemesis
  • Nene
  • Nepal
  • Nepean
  • Nepeta
  • Neptune
  • Nerbudda
  • Nereide
  • Nereus
  • Nerissa
  • Nesbitt
  • Ness
  • Nessus
  • Nestor
  • Netley
  • Nettle
  • Nettlham
  • New Adventure
  • New Zealand
  • Newark
  • Newash
  • Newbark
  • Newbury
  • Newcastle
  • Newfoundland
  • Newhaven
  • Newmarket
  • Newport
  • Newquay
  • Newton
  • Neza
  • Niagara
  • Nicator
  • Nicholas
  • Nicholas Reede
  • Nicodemus
  • Niement
  • Nieuport
  • Nigella
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Nightingale
  • Nijaden
  • Nilam
  • Nile
  • Nimble
  • Nimrod
  • Niobe
  • Nipigon
  • Nisus
  • Nith
  • Nitrocris
  • Nizam
  • Noble
  • Nomad
  • Nonpareil
  • Nonsuch
  • Nootka
  • Noranda
  • Norfolk
  • Norge
  • Norham Castle
  • Norman
  • Norseman
  • Norsyd
  • North
  • North Bay
  • North Star
  • Northampton
  • Northella
  • Northesk
  • Northolt
  • Northrepps
  • Northumberland
  • Northway
  • Norwich
  • Norwich Castle
  • Nottingham
  • Nottingham Prize
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nox
  • Nubian
  • Nuestra Senora del Rosario
  • Nugent
  • Nunney Castle
  • Nurton
  • Nusa
  • Nyaden
  • Nyasaland
  • Nymph
  • Nymphe
  • Nymphen

Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Naiad after a Greek mythological figure, the Naiad HMS Naiad (F39) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... There have been two ships with this name. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Napier, in honor of Admiral Charles Napier. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Narcissus after the Narcissus of mythology, or after the Narcissi flowers. ... HMS Grampus was a Beagle-class destroyer originally named Nautilus when she was commissioned on March 30, 1910. ... HMS Nelson was an ironclad battleship of the Royal Navy. ... Nine ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Neptune after the Roman god of the ocean. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS New Zealand, after the territory and now country of New Zealand. ... There have been eight ships that have borne the name HMS Newcastle in the Royal Navy, all serving her nation with distinction. ... HMS Newfoundland was a Crown Colony-class cruiser of the Royal Navy. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Newmarket HMS Newmarket, a minesweeper active during the First World War and lost in 1917 HMS Newmarket, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and scrapped in 1945. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Newport HMS Newport, a 24-gun frigate active in 1704 HMS Newport, a Town class destroyer received from the US Navy in 1940 and scrapped in 1947. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Niger. ... Nine vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Nonsuch. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Norfolk, from an 80-gun third-rate to todays powerful and sleek Type 23 frigate. ... Six warships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Northumberland: The first, a 70-gun third-rate launched in 1679, fought in the War of the Grand Alliance. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Nottingham, after the city of Nottingham in the East Midlands. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Nubian after the people of Nubia. ... Six ships of Brtains Royal Navy have been called HMS Nymphe (and one HMS Nymph), after the female nature spirits of Greek Mythology. ...

O

  • O1
  • Oakham Castle
  • Oakington
  • Oakley
  • Oakville
  • Oak
  • Obdurate
  • Obedient
  • Oberon
  • Obervateur
  • Observer
  • Oceanway
  • Ocean
  • Ocelot
  • Ockham
  • Ocktavia
  • Odiham
  • Odin
  • Odzani
  • Offa
  • Ogre
  • Oiseau
  • Ojibwa
  • Okanagan
  • Okehampton
  • Old Francis
  • Old James
  • Old Lawrence
  • Old President
  • Old Roebuck
  • Old Success
  • Old Truelove
  • Old Warwick
  • Olive Branch
  • Olympia
  • Olympus
  • Omdurman
  • Onondaga
  • Onslaught
  • Onslow
  • Ontario
  • Onyx
  • Opal
  • Ophelia
  • Opossum
  • Opportune
  • Oracle
  • Orange Tree
  • Orangeville
  • Orby
  • Orcadia
  • Orchis
  • Orestes
  • Oreste
  • Orford Ness
  • Orford Prize
  • Orford
  • Oriana
  • Oribi
  • Oriflamme
  • Orilla
  • Oriole
  • Orion
  • Orissa
  • Orkan
  • Orkney
  • Orlando
  • Ormonde
  • Ornen
  • Oronoque
  • Orontes
  • Oroonoko
  • Orpheus
  • Orquijo
  • Ortenzia
  • Orwell
  • Oryx
  • Osborne
  • Oshawa
  • Osiris
  • Osprey
  • Ossington
  • Ossory
  • Ostend
  • Ostrich
  • Oswald
  • Oswego
  • Oswestry Castle
  • Otranto
  • Otter
  • Otus
  • Oudenarde
  • Oulston
  • Oundle
  • Ouragan
  • Ouse
  • Overton
  • Overyssel
  • Owen Glendower
  • Owen Sound
  • Owen
  • Owl
  • Owners Adventure
  • Owners Goodwill
  • Owners Love
  • Oxford Castle
  • Oxford
  • Oxlip

Two destroyers of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Obedient. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Oberon, after Oberon. ... Six ships that were built for the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Ocean. ... HMS Ocelot (S17) was an Oberon-class diesel-electric submarine laid down by HM Dockyard at Chatham in Kent on 17 November 1960, launched on 5 May 1962 and commissioned on 31 January 1964. ... Two vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Odin after the god Odin in Norse mythology: Odin (N84), launched in 1928, was an O class submarine. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Several ships of the British Royal Navy have carried the name Orestes. ... Eight ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Orion, after the hunter Orion of Greek mythology. ... The HMS Orpheus was a corvette that sunk off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand in 1863. ... HMS Otranto was a First World War Royal Navy armed merchant cruiser which was present at the Battle of Coronel. ... HMS Oxford Castle was a Castle-class corvette, pennant number K692, of Britains Royal Navy. ...

P

  • P11
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  • P32
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  • P38
  • P39
  • P39
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  • P41
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  • P611
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  • P711
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  • P714
  • PC42
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  • PC51
  • PC55
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  • PC60
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  • PC65
  • PC66
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  • PC68
  • PC69
  • PC70
  • PC71
  • PC72
  • PC73
  • PC74
  • Pacific
  • Packrington
  • Pactolus
  • Padstow
  • Padstow Bay
  • Pagham
  • Pakenham
  • Paladin
  • Palinurus
  • Pallas
  • Palliser
  • Palm Tree
  • Palma
  • Palomares
  • Paluma
  • Pandora
  • Pandour
  • Pangbourne
  • Pansy
  • Pantaloon
  • Panther
  • Papillon
  • Papua
  • Paradox
  • Paragon
  • Paramour
  • Parapet
  • Paris
  • Parker
  • Parkes
  • Parramatta
  • Parret
  • Parrot
  • Parrsboro
  • Parry Sound
  • Parthian
  • Partridge
  • Pasley
  • Pat Barton
  • Pathan
  • Pathfinder
  • Patrician
  • Patrick
  • Patriot
  • Patrol
  • Patroller
  • Patton
  • Paul
  • Paulina
  • Pauncey
  • Paz
  • Peace
  • Peacock
  • Peard
  • Pearl
  • Pearl Prize
  • Pearlen
  • Pedro
  • Pegase
  • Pegasus
  • Peggy
  • Pegwell Bay
  • Pelargonium
  • Pelican
  • Pelican Prize
  • Pellew
  • Pelorus
  • Pelter
  • Pembroke
  • Pembroke Castle
  • Pembroke Prize
  • Penang
  • Pendennis
  • Pendennis Castle
  • Penelope
  • Penetang
  • Penguin
  • Penlee Point
  • Penn
  • Pennywort
  • Penstemon
  • Penston
  • Penylan
  • Penzance
  • Peony
  • Pera
  • Perdrix
  • Peregrine
  • Peregrine Galley
  • Peregrine Prize
  • Perim
  • Periwinkle
  • Perlen
  • Perseus
  • Perseverance
  • Persian
  • Persimmon
  • Persistent
  • Pert
  • Perth
  • Peruvian
  • Pesaquid
  • Peshawar
  • Pet
  • Petard
  • Peter
  • Peter Pomegranate
  • Peterborough
  • Peterel
  • Peterell
  • Peterhead
  • Peterman
  • Petersfield
  • Petersham
  • Petrel
  • Petrolla
  • Petulant
  • Petunia
  • Pevensey Castle
  • Peyton
  • Phaeton
  • Pheasant
  • Philip
  • Philip & Mary
  • Phillimore
  • Philoctetes
  • Philomel
  • Phipps
  • Phlegethon
  • Phlox
  • Phoebe
  • Phoenix
  • Phosphorus
  • Pickle
  • Picotee
  • Picton
  • Pictou
  • Piemontaise
  • Piercer
  • Pigeon
  • Pigmy
  • Pigot
  • Pike
  • Pilchard
  • Pilford
  • Pilot
  • Pimpernel
  • Pincher
  • Pineham
  • Pink
  • Pinner
  • Pintail
  • Pioneer
  • Piorun
  • Pique
  • Pirie
  • Pirouette
  • Pitcairn
  • Pitt
  • Pittington
  • Placentia
  • Planet
  • Plantagenet
  • Plassy
  • Platy Prize
  • Platypus
  • Plessisville
  • Plover
  • Plucky
  • Plumper
  • Plumpton
  • Pluto
  • Plym
  • Plymouth
  • Plymouth Prize
  • Plymouth Transport
  • Pocahontas
  • Pochard
  • Podargus
  • Poictiers
  • Pointe Claire
  • Polacca
  • Polar Circle
  • Polaris
  • Polecat
  • Pollington
  • Pollux
  • Polperro
  • Polruan
  • Polsham
  • Polyanthus
  • Polyphemus
  • Pomona
  • Pomone
  • Pompee
  • Pondicherry
  • Pontypool
  • Poole
  • Popham
  • Popinjay
  • Poppy
  • Porcupine
  • Porgey
  • Porlock
  • Porlock Bay
  • Porpoise
  • Port Antonio
  • Port Arthur
  • Port Colborne
  • Port Hope
  • Port Mahon
  • Port Morant
  • Port Royal
  • Port Wespagne
  • Portage
  • Portchester Castle
  • Portcullis
  • Portia
  • Portisham
  • Portland
  • Portland Bill
  • Portland Prize
  • Porto
  • Portreath
  • Portsmouth
  • Portsmouth Prize
  • Portsmouth Shallop
  • Portway
  • Poseidon
  • Post
  • Postboy
  • Postillion
  • Potentilla
  • Poulette
  • Poulmic
  • Pouncer
  • Poundmaker
  • Powderham
  • Powerful
  • Pozarica
  • Premier
  • Prescott
  • President
  • Prestatyn
  • Preston
  • Prestonian
  • Prevention
  • Prevost
  • Prevoyante
  • Primrose
  • Primula
  • Prince
  • Prince Albert
  • Prince Arthur
  • Prince Augustus Frederick
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince Consort
  • Prince Edward
  • Prince Eugene
  • Prince Frederick
  • Prince George
  • Prince Henry
  • Prince Leopold
  • Prince Regent
  • Prince Royal
  • Prince Rupert
  • Prince William
  • Prince de Neuchatel
  • Prince of Orange
  • Prince of Wales
  • Princess
  • Princess Alice
  • Princess Amelia
  • Princess Anne
  • Princess Augusta
  • Princess Carolina
  • Princess Caroline
  • Princess Charlotte
  • Princess Louisa
  • Princess Margaret
  • Princess Maria
  • Princess Mary
  • Princess Royal
  • Princess Sophia Frederica
  • Princess of Orange
  • Princessa
  • Princesse
  • Prins Albert
  • Prinses Astrid
  • Prinses Beatrix
  • Privet
  • Procris
  • Progresso
  • Prohibition
  • Project
  • Prometheus
  • Prompt
  • Prompt Prize
  • Prompte
  • Proselyte
  • Proserpine
  • Prosperity
  • Prospero
  • Prosperous
  • Protea
  • Protector
  • Proteus
  • Prothee
  • Providence
  • Providence Prize
  • Provo
  • Prowse
  • Prudent
  • Prudente
  • Psyche
  • Puck
  • Puckeridge
  • Puffin
  • Puissant
  • Pukaki
  • Pulham
  • Pultusk
  • Puma
  • Pumba
  • Puncher
  • Puncheston
  • Punjab
  • Punjabi
  • Punjaub
  • Puntoone
  • Pursuer
  • Puttenham
  • Pyl
  • Pylades
  • Pyramus
  • Pyrrhus
  • Pytchley
  • Python

HMS P311 was a T-class submarine of the Royal Navy, the only boat of her class never to be given a name. ... ORP Jastrząb (Hawk) was a Holland-type S-class submarine, originally of the United States Navy, in Polish service between 1941 and 1942, when she was lost to friendly fire. ... MV Palomares was built by Doxford and Sons, Sunderland yard in 1937 and sailed as a merchant fruit carrier ship (13. ... Five vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Pandora after the mythological Pandora: Pandora, launched in 1779, was a 24-gun frigate. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Pathfinder. ... Nine ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Penelope, after the faithful wife Penelope of Greek mythology. ... There have been four ships of the Royal Navy name HMS Penzance. ... HMS Perseus (R51) was a Colossus-class light fleet aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Pevensey Castle (K449) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Phaeton after Phaëton, the son of Helios in Greek mythology: Phaeton, launched 1883, was a Leander-class protected cruiser. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Phoebe after Phoebe from Greek mythology. ... Fifteen vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Phoenix, after the legendary phoenix bird. ... The Royal Navy schooner HMS Pickle, of 4 guns, was the smallest ship present at the Battle of Trafalgar, commanded by Lt. ... At least two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Pioneer Pioneer (1899) was a Pelorus-class light cruiser. ... HMS Plym (K271), was a River-class anti-submarine frigate built for the Royal Navy at Smiths Dock, Middlesbrough, England. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Poictiers. ... MV Polar Circle was built in 1990 as a Class 1A1 icebreaker for Rieber Shipping. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Polyphemus, after the Polyphemus of Greek mythology. ... HMS Portchester Castle was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy, pennant number K362. ... The name HMS Portland has been carried by eight ships of the Royal Navy. ... Multiple ships have born the name HMS Powerful. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS President, after the office of president. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Prince: Prince was a 2nd rate ship of the line of 98 guns. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Prince George: The first Prince George was a 90-gun second-rate ship of the line. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Prince of Wales, after the Prince of Wales. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Princess Royal. ...

Q

  • Qu'appelle
  • Quadrant
  • Quadra
  • Quadrille
  • Quail
  • Quainton
  • Quaker
  • Qualicum
  • Quality
  • Quantock
  • Quebec
  • Queen Charlotte
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Queen Emma
  • Queen Mab
  • Queen Mary
  • Queen of Kent
  • Queenborough
  • Queen
  • Quentin
  • Quesnel
  • Quest
  • Quiberon
  • Quickmatch
  • Quilliam
  • Quinte
  • Quittance
  • Quorn

HMS Quadrant (G11) was a Q class destroyer laid down by R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Company, Limited, at Hebburn-on-Tyne in England on 24 September 1940, launched on 28 February 1942 and commissioned on 26 November 1942. ... Two destroyers of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Quail after the quail. ... HMS Quality (G62) was a Q class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Limited at Wallsend-on-Tyne on 10 October 1940, launched on 6 October 1941 and commissioned on 7 September 1942. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Queen Charlotte after Charlotte, queeen consort of King George III of the United Kingdom. ... As of 2004, only one ship of the Royal Navy has carried the name HMS Queen Elizabeth, though other ships of the name were or are planned. ... HMS Queen Emma was a commando troop ship of the Royal Navy during the Second World War. ... HMS Queen Mary was a Royal Navy Lion-class battlecruiser, armed with eight 13. ... HMS Queenborough (G30) was a Q-class destroyer laid down by Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson’s Limited at Wallsend-on-Tyne on 6 November 1940, launched on 16 January 1942 and commissioned on 10 December 1942. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Queen. ... HMS Quentin (G78) was a Q class destroyer laid down by J. Samuel White and Company, Limited, at Cowes on the Isle of Wight on 25 September 1940, launched on 5 November 1941 and commissioned on 15 April 1942. ... HMS Quiberon (G81) was a Q-class destroyer laid down by J. Samuel White and Company, Limited, at Cowes on the Isle of Wight on 14 October 1940, launched on 31 January 1942 by Mrs. ... HMAS Quickmatch (G92/F04) was a Q class destroyer laid down by J. Samuel White and Company Limited of Cowes on the Isle of Wight in England on 6 February 1941, launched on 11 April 1942 by Mrs. ... HMS Quilliam (G09) was a Q-class destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Company, Limited, at Hebburn-on-Tyne on 19 August 1940, launched on 29 November 1941 and commissioned on 22 October 1942. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Quorn, named after the Quorn hunt: The first Quorn, launched in 1916 was a Hunt-class minesweeper that served in World War I and was sold in 1922. ...

R

  • Racehorse
  • Racoon
  • Radstock
  • Raglan
  • Raider
  • Rainbow
  • Ramillies
  • Ramsey
  • Ranger
  • Rapid
  • Rattlesnake
  • Rawalpindi
  • Rayleigh Castle
  • Reading
  • Recruit
  • Redgauntlet
  • Redmill
  • Redoubt
  • Redpole
  • Regent
  • Regulus
  • Relentless
  • Renard
  • Renonculus
  • Renown
  • Repulse
  • Resolute
  • Resolution
  • Resource
  • Restless
  • Revenge
  • Rhododendron
  • Rhyl
  • Richmond
  • Rifleman
  • Rigorous
  • Riviera
  • Rob Roy
  • Roberts
  • Robust
  • Rocket
  • Rockrose
  • HMs Rockwood
  • Rodney
  • Roebuck
  • Rolls Royce
  • Romola
  • Rorqual
  • Rosalind
  • Rosebay
  • Rose
  • Rother
  • Rowena
  • Roxburgh
  • Royal Arthur
  • Royal Charlotte
  • Royal Eagle
  • Royal George
  • Royal James
  • Royal Oak
  • Royal Sovereign
  • Royal Ulsterman
  • Royalist
  • Rubble
  • Ruby
  • Rupert
  • Rushen Castle
  • Russell

HMS Raglan was a First World War Royal Navy Abercrombie-class monitor. ... A destroyer adopted by Romford during WW2. ... Several vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Ramillies after the battle of Ramillies: Ramillies, launched 1664 as Royal Katherine, was a 90-gun second-rate. ... H.M.S. Rattlesnake was a ship of the Royal Navy that made a historic voyage of discovery to the Cape York and Torres Strait areas of northern Australia from 1846-1850. ... Empire Rest, previously HMS Rayleigh Castle, was a convoy rescue ship. ... HMS Renown is a ship name used by the Royal Navy. ... Twelve ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Repulse. ... HMS Resolute was an Arctic exploration ship of the British Royal Navy. ... Resolution in a gale by Willem van de Velde, the younger depicts the first Resolution c. ... Sixteen warships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Revenge. ... HMS Richmond the first HMS Richmond of 1656 the second HMS Richmond of 1672 the third HMS Richmond formerly FS Dauphin the fourth HMS Richmond of 1757, captured by the French in 1781 the fifth HMS Richmond, 14 gun brig sold in 1814 some numbering is a bit screwy the... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Rodney, at least the last five after Admiral George Brydges Rodney. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Rose after the rose: Rose, launched in 1757, was a sixth-rate frigate. ... The first and most famous HMS Royal George was a First-rate Ship of the Line of the Royal Navy, built at Woolwich Dockyard in 1756. ... Seven (or eleven, depending on how one counts) vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Royal Oak. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Royal Sovereign: Sovereign of the Seas, launched in 1637, was a 100-gun first-rate ship of the line. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Royalist: Royalist, launched 1883, was a Satellite-class corvette. ... HMS Rushen Castle (K372) was a Castle-class corvette of Britains Royal Navy. ...

S

  • Sable
  • Sabre
  • Safari
  • Saga
  • Sahib
  • Saladin
  • Salamander
  • Salisbury
  • Salmon
  • Salvia
  • Samphire
  • Sandfly
  • Sandown
  • Sanguine
  • Sapphire
  • Saracen
  • Sardonyx
  • Sarpedon
  • Saturn
  • Satyr
  • Saumarez
  • Savage
  • Saxifrage
  • Scarab
  • Scarborough
  • Sceptre
  • Scimitar
  • Scorcher
  • Scorpion
  • Scotsman
  • Scotstoun
  • Scott
  • Scourge
  • Scout
  • Scylla
  • Scythe
  • Scythian
  • Sea Devil
  • Sea Dog
  • Sea Nymph
  • Sea Rover
  • Sea Scout
  • Seabear
  • Seafire
  • Seagull
  • Seahorse
  • Sealion
  • Seal
  • Seanymph
  • Searcher
  • Seawolf
  • Selene
  • Senator
  • Seneschal
  • Sennen
  • Sentinel
  • Sepoy
  • Seraph
  • Serapis
  • Serene
  • Sesame
  • Setter
  • Severn
  • Shah
  • Shakespeare
  • Shalimar
  • Shamrock
  • Shannon
  • Shark
  • Sharpshooter
  • Sheffield
  • Sheldrake
  • Shikari
  • Shoreham
  • Shropshire
  • Sibyl
  • Sickle
  • Sidon
  • Sikh
  • Simbang
  • Simoon
  • Sirdar
  • Sirius
  • Skate
  • Skilful
  • Skipjack
  • Skirmisher
  • Smilax
  • Smiter
  • Snake
  • Snapdragon
  • Snapper
  • Snowberry
  • Snowdrop
  • Snowflake
  • Solent
  • Somali
  • Somerset
  • Somme
  • Sorceress
  • Southampton
  • Southwold
  • Sovereign of the Seas
  • Sovereign
  • Spanker
  • Spark
  • Sparrowhawk
  • Sparrow
  • Spartan
  • Spartiate
  • Spearfish
  • Spearhead
  • Spear
  • Speedwell
  • Speedy
  • Spey
  • Sphinx
  • Spider
  • Spikenard
  • Spindrift
  • Spiraea
  • Spirit
  • Spiteful
  • Spitfire
  • Splendid
  • Sportive
  • Sportsman
  • Sprightly
  • Springbank
  • Springbok
  • Springer
  • Spur
  • Squirrel
  • St. Albans
  • St. George
  • St. Vincent
  • Stalker
  • Stalwart
  • Starfish
  • Starling
  • Starwort
  • Statesman
  • Statice
  • Staunch
  • Stayner
  • Steadfast
  • Sterlet
  • Sterling
  • Stoic
  • Stonecrop
  • Stonehenge
  • Stork
  • Stormcloud
  • Storm
  • Stour
  • Stratagem
  • Strathella
  • Strenuous
  • Striker
  • Strongbow
  • Stronghold
  • Stuart
  • Stubborn
  • Sturdy
  • Sturgeon
  • Stygian
  • Subtle
  • Success
  • Suffolk
  • Sunderland
  • Sundew
  • Sunfish
  • Sunflower
  • Superb
  • Supreme
  • Surf
  • Surly
  • Surprise
  • Sussex
  • Sutherland
  • Swale
  • Swallow
  • Sweetbriar
  • Swiftsure
  • Swift
  • Swordfish
  • Swordsman
  • Sycamore
  • Sylph
  • Sylvia
  • Syren
  • Syrtis

Two vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Salmon: Salmon (H58), launched 7 October 1916, was an R-class destroyer which fought in World War I, was renamed Sable in 1933 and scrapped in 1937. ... Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Sandown. ... The HMS Sapphire was a 32 gun, 5th rate frigate, of the Royal Navy in Newfoundland to protect the English migratory fishery. ... HMS Scarborough was a Royal Navy sloop of the Hastings class launched in 1930. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Sceptre, after the sceptre, a symbol of royal authority. ... Ten vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Scorpion, after the scorpion. ... HMS Scott (H131) is an ocean-going survey vessel of the Royal Navy. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Scylla, after the sea monster Scylla of Greek mythology. ... HMS Sealion was the name of several ships and at least one land base of the Royal Navy. ... The HMS Seraph was a British submarine that carried out a number of intelligence and special operations during World War II, the most famous of which was its role in Operation Mincemeat. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Serapis, after the god Serapis of Hellenistic Egypt. ... There have been nine ships and one submarine of the Royal Navy named HMS Severn after the River Severn: The first Severn was a fourth rate two-decked ship of 50 guns launched in 1693 and broekn up in 1734. ... Two vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Shah. ... Nine ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Shannon, after the River Shannon in Ireland, longest river of the British Isles. ... Five vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Shark: Shark, launched in 1894, was a Rocket-class destroyer. ... HMS Sheffield (D80) was the second Royal Navy ship to bear the name Sheffield, after the city of Sheffield in Yorkshire. ... There have been five ships of the Royal Navy named HMS Shoreham: The first Shoreham was a 32-gun ‘one and a half’ decked ship built at Shoreham in 1694. ... HMS Shropshire (83) was a County class heavy cruiser laid down by William Beardmore and Company, Limited, at Dalmuir in Scotland on 24 February 1926, launched on 5 July 1928 by the Countess of Powis, Baroness D?Arcy de Knayth and completed on 12 September 1929. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Sidon, named for Sidon, a city in Lebanon. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Sirius. ... The HMS Smiter is a British Patrol Ship, Class: P2000. ... Snake 18. ... HMS Somerset is the name of four ships of the Royal Navy The first HMS Somerset of 1698 The second HMS Somerset of 1731 The third HMS Somerset of 1748 The name was resurrected for the fourth and current Type 23 frigate, HMS Somerset, launched in 1994. ... Six Royal Navy ships have borne the name HMS Southampton, named for the great port of Southampton on the south coast of England. ... Sovereign of the Seas HMS Sovereign of the Seas was a 17th century British Royal Navy first-rate ship of the line of 100 guns, later known as just Sovereign and then Royal Sovereign. ... At least two vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Spanker: Spanker, a gunboat in service from 1856 to 1874. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Sparrowhark after the bird of prey: Sparrowhawk, launched in 1895, was a Quail-class destroyer, wrecked in 1904. ... Seven vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Spartan, in recognition of the military abilities of the Spartans of ancient Greece. ... HMS Spartiate (1793) a 74-gun 3rd rate ship of the line which fought at Trafalgar. ... The sloop HMS Speedy was commanded by Thomas Cochrane in which he achieved his most famous exploit, the capture of the Spanish xebec El Gamo, 32 guns and 319 men compared to Speedys 14 guns and 54 men, on 6 May 1801. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have carried the name HMS Spitfire. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Splendid. ... There have been six vessels of the Royal Navy bearing the name St Albans. ... Four vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS St Vincent. ... Three ships of the Royal Navy were named HMS Starling after the starling. ... Five ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Suffolk, after the county of Suffolk. ... Nine ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Superb. ... Seven ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Surprise, including: Surprise, launched in 1794, was originally the French corvette Unité, captured in 1796 and reclassified as a sixth-rate frigate. ... HMS Sussex was a British warship that sank in the Mediterranean Sea in 1694. ... ... The Royal Navy has had ships named HMS Swiftsure since 1573, including: Swiftsure, launched in 1804, was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line which served at the Battle of Trafalgar and was sold in 1845. ...

T

  • Tabard
  • Taciturn
  • Tactician
  • Taku
  • Talbot
  • Talent
  • Talisman
  • Tally-Ho
  • Talybont
  • Tamarisk
  • Tancred
  • Tantalus
  • Tantivy
  • Tapir
  • Tara
  • Tarn
  • Tarpon
  • Tartar
  • Tasmania
  • Tasman
  • Tattoo
  • Taurus
  • Tavy
  • Tay
  • Teazer
  • Telemachus
  • Temeraire
  • Tempest
  • Templar
  • Tenacious
  • Tenedos
  • Teredo
  • Termagent
  • Terrapin
  • Terrible
  • Terror
  • Test
  • Tetrarch
  • Teviot Bank
  • Teviot
  • Thames
  • Thanet
  • Thane
  • Thermopylae
  • Theseus
  • Thetis
  • Thisbe
  • Thistle
  • Thornborough
  • Thorn
  • Thorough
  • Thor
  • Thracian
  • Thrasher
  • Thruster
  • Thule
  • Thunderbolt
  • Thunderer
  • Thyme
  • Tiara
  • Tiger
  • Tigress
  • Tigris
  • Tilbury
  • Tintagel Castle
  • Tintagel
  • Tipperary
  • Tiptoe
  • Tireless
  • Titania
  • Tobago
  • Token
  • Tomahawk
  • Tonnant
  • Topaze
  • Torbay
  • Torch
  • Toreador
  • Tormentor
  • Tornado
  • Torrent
  • Torrid
  • Torrington
  • Tortola
  • Totem
  • Tourmaline
  • Tracker
  • Tradewind
  • Trafalgar
  • Transylvania
  • Traveller
  • Trenchant
  • Trespasser
  • Triad
  • Tribune
  • Trident
  • Trillium
  • Trinidad
  • Triton
  • Triumph
  • Trojan
  • Trooper
  • Troubridge
  • Truant
  • Truculent
  • Truelove
  • Trumpeter
  • Trump
  • Truncheon
  • Trusty
  • Tryphon
  • Tudor
  • Tulip
  • Tumult
  • Tuna
  • Turbulent
  • Turpin
  • Turquoise
  • Tuscan
  • Tutankhamen
  • Tweed
  • Tyler
  • Tynedale
  • Tyne
  • Tynwald
  • Tyrian

Two vessels of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Taku after the Taku forts in China. ... Two submarines of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Talent: Talent (1943) A Talent was ordered in 1944, but cancelled in 1945 Talent (S92) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Eight vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Tartar, after the Tartars: Tartar (1756), 28-gun sixth-rate Tartar (1801), 32-gun fifth-rate Tartar (1814), 36-gun fifth-rate Tartar (1854), captured Russian screw corvette Tartar (1886), torpedo cruiser Tartar (1907), destroyer Tartar (1937), destroyer Tartar... The fighting Temeraire, tugged to her last berth to be broken up by J. M. W. Turner, 1838. ... Eight vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Terrible: Terrible (1694), 26-gun sixth-rate Terrible (1730), 14-gun bomb vessel Terrible (1747), 74-gun third-rate captured from the French Terrible (1762), 74-gun third-rate Terrible (1785), 74-gun third-rate Terrible (1845), wooden-hulled... Nine ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Terror. ... HMS Thermopylae (P355) was a T-class submarine of Britains Royal Navy laid down on 26 October 1943 at Chatham Dockyard, and launched on 27 June 1945. ... There have been a number of warships in the Royal Navy that have borne the name Theseus from wooden frigates to light fleet carriers. ... Twelve ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Thetis, named after the sea-nymph in Greek mythology: The first Thetis was a 22-gun storeship launched in 1717. ... HMS Thor (P349) was a Royal Navy Group Three T-class submarine laid down at Portsmouth Dockyard on April 5, 1943 and launched on April 18, 1944. ... Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been called HMS Thunderer: The first Thunderer was a 74-gun third-rate launched in 1760 and wrecked 1780. ... HMS Tiara (P351) was a Royal Navy Group Three T-class submarine laid down at Portsmouth Dockyard on April 8, 1943 and launched on April 18, 1944. ... Twelve ships of the British Royal Navy have carried the name HMS Tiger, after the feline tiger. ... Two submarines of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Tireless: Tireless (1943) Tireless (S88) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... HMS Tonnant was a 3rd rate ship of the line of 80 guns, built in 1792 as the French ship Tonnant (Thundering). She fought in the battles of Genoa (14 March 1795) and the Nile (1 August 1798), where she was captured by the British. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Torbay, after Torbay on the southwest English coast. ... Two vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Tracker: Tracker (D24), an escort aircraft carrier Tracker (1997), a 49-ton patrol boat This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The HMS Tradewind was a British submarine, known for its sinking of the Japanese vessel Junyo Maru. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Trafalgar, after the Battle of Trafalgar: Trafalgar (1820), first-rate later renamed to Camperdown Trafalgar (1841), first-rate Trafalgar (1887), battleship Trafalgar (D77), destroyer Trafalgar (S107), submarine This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages... Three vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Trenchant: Trenchant (1916), destroyer Trenchant (1943), submarine Trenchant (S91), submarine This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The HMS Trinidad was a British warship floating in the Arctic which had sighted a German destroyer in 1941. ... Eight vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Triton or HMS Tryton, after Triton, the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, and the personification of the roaring waters: Tryton, originally French ship Triton, was a 42-gun fifth-rate captured in 1702 at the battle of Vigo Bay, and... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Triumph: Triumph, launched in 1764, was a 74-gun third-rate ship-of-the-line built at Woolwich. ... HMS Trump (P333) was a Group 3 T-class submarine of the Royal Navy. ... Five vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Turbulent: Turbulent, launched in 1805, was a gun-brig. ... HMS P311 was a T-class submarine of the Royal Navy, the only boat of her class never to be given a name. ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Tyne, after the River Tyne, England: The first Tyne, launched in 1814, was a 28-gun sixth-rate. ...

U

  • U1407
  • Ufton
  • Uganda
  • Ulex
  • Ullswater
  • Ulster Monarch
  • Ulster Queen
  • Ulster
  • Ultimatum
  • Ultor
  • Ulysses
  • Umbra
  • Umpire
  • Una
  • Unbeaten
  • Unbending
  • Unbridled
  • Unbroken
  • Undaunted
  • Undine
  • Ungava
  • Unicorn
  • Union
  • Unique
  • Unison
  • United
  • Unite
  • Unity III
  • Unity II
  • Unity
  • Universal
  • Unrivalled
  • Unruffled
  • Unruly
  • Unseen
  • Unshaken
  • Unsparing
  • Unswerving
  • Untamed
  • Untiring
  • Upas
  • Upholder
  • Uppingham
  • Upright
  • Uproar
  • Upshot
  • Upstart
  • Upton
  • Upward
  • Urania
  • Uranie
  • Urchin
  • Uredd
  • Ure
  • Urgent
  • Urge
  • Ursa
  • Ursula
  • Urtica
  • Usk
  • Usurper
  • Uther
  • Utile
  • Utmost
  • Utopia
  • Utrecht

HMS Uganda (C66), a Royal Navy Colony class cruiser, transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy and recommissioned HMCS Uganda, later renamed HMCS Quebec. ... HMS Umbra (P35) was a group 3 U-class submarine of the Royal Navy, which was commissioned in September 1941 and scrapped in 1946. ... Two Royal Navy submarines have been named HMS Upholder. ...

V

  • Valentine
  • Valhalla
  • Valiant
  • Valkyrie
  • Valorous
  • Vampire
  • Vancouver
  • Vanessa
  • Vanguard
  • Vanity
  • Vanoc
  • Vanquisher
  • Vansittart
  • Vascama
  • Vectis
  • Vega
  • Vehement
  • Velox
  • Vendetta
  • Venerable
  • Venetia
  • Vengeance
  • Venomous
  • Venturer
  • Venturous
  • Venus
  • Verbena
  • Verdun
  • Verity
  • Vernon
  • Veronica
  • Versatile
  • Verulam
  • Vervain
  • Vesper
  • Vestal
  • Vetch
  • Veteran
  • Viceroy
  • Victor
  • Victoria
  • Victorious
  • Victory
  • Vidette
  • Vienna
  • Vigilant
  • Vigo
  • Viking
  • Vimiera
  • Vimy
  • Vindex
  • Vindictive
  • Violent
  • Violet
  • Viper
  • Virago
  • Viscount
  • Visenda
  • Vittoria
  • Vivacious
  • Vivid
  • Vivien
  • Vixen
  • Vizalma
  • Voltaire
  • Volunteer
  • Vortigern
  • Voyager
  • Vulture

Six vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Valiant. ... At least three ships of Royal Navies of the United Kingdom and Australia have been named HMS Vampire or HMAS Vampire: Vampire (D68), launched in 1917, was a V-class destroyer. ... At least ten ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Vanguard, meaning the forefront of an action or movement. ... Four ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Venerable: The first Venerable, launched in 1784, was a 74-gun third-rate. ... Eight vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Vengeance. ... Several vessels of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Victoria in honour of Queen Victoria: Victoria, was a wooden paddle sloop launched in India in 1839 and sold in about 1864. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Victorious. ... Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Victory. ... HMS Vidette (D48) was a V-class destroyer of Britains Royal Navy built around 1920. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Vigo, after the Battle of Vigo Bay. ...

W

  • Wakeful
  • Walker
  • Wallflower
  • Walney
  • Walpole
  • Walrus
  • Wanderer
  • Warrior
  • Warspite
  • Warwick
  • Watchman
  • Waterhen
  • Waveney
  • Wear
  • Welland
  • Welshman
  • Wenslydale
  • Wessex
  • Westcott
  • Western Isles
  • Westminster
  • Wheatland
  • Whimbrel
  • Whippingham
  • Whirlwind
  • Whitby
  • Whitehall
  • Whitesand Bay
  • Whiting
  • Whitley
  • Whitshed
  • Wild Goose
  • Wild Swan
  • Willowherb
  • Winchelsea
  • Winchester
  • Windflower
  • Windsor
  • Wishart
  • Witch
  • Witherington
  • Wivern
  • Wolfhound
  • Wolf
  • Wolsey
  • Wolverine
  • Woodbridge Haven
  • Woodcock
  • Woodpecker
  • Woodruff
  • Woolston
  • Woolwich
  • Worcester
  • Wrangler
  • Wrenn
  • Wrentham
  • Wren
  • Wrestler
  • Wryneck
  • Wulastock
  • Wye
  • Wyvern

Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Walney after Walney Island off the coast of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria: Walney (Y04), launched in 1930 as USS Sebago, was a Banff-class sloop. ... Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Warrior. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Warspite: Warspite, launched in 1884, was a first-class armoured cruiser scrapped between 1904 and 1906. ... HMS Western Isles was the name of a passenger ship in the Royal Navy. ... Two ships of Britains Royal Navy have been named HMS Westminster after the city of Westminster. ... HMS Whitshed (pennant number D77) was a V and W class escort destroyer of the Royal Navy, laid down by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Limited at Wallsend on June 3, 1918, launched in 1919 and commissioned on July 11 of that year. ... Two ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Wivern after the wivern of legend: Wivern, launched in 1863, was an early turret ship originally constructed for the Confederate States of America, taken into the Royal Navy after her launch. ... Two ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Wolverine after the wolverine: Wolverine, launched in 1910, was a Beagle-class destroyer. ...

X

  • X1
  • X2
  • X51
  • X52
  • X53
  • X54
  • Xenophon

Y

  • Yarmouth
  • Yarnton
  • Yarra
  • Yaxham
  • Yealmpton
  • Yellowknife
  • Yeoman
  • Yeovil
  • York Castle
  • York
  • Young Hebe
  • Young Hoblin
  • Young King
  • Young Lady
  • Young Lion
  • Young Prince
  • Young Shish
  • Young Spragge
  • Ypres
  • Yukon

Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Yarmouth. ... Empire Comfort, previously HMS York Castle, was a convoy rescue ship. ... Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS York for the county seat of Yorkshire, on the River Ouse. ...

Z

  • Z4
  • Z5
  • Z6
  • Z7
  • Z8
  • Z10
  • Z30
  • Z38
  • Zambesi
  • Zanzibar
  • Zealandia
  • Zealand
  • Zealous
  • Zebra
  • Zeebrugge
  • Zenith
  • Zenobia
  • Zephyr
  • Zest
  • Zetland
  • Zingarella
  • Zinnia
  • Zodiac
  • Zubian
  • Zulu

Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Zebra. ... HMS Zinnia (K98) was a Flower-class corvette of the Royal Navy. ... HMS Zubian was a First World War Royal Navy Tribal-class destroyer constructed from the forward end of HMS Zulu and the rear and mid sections of HMS Nubian. ... At least three ships of the British Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Zulu, after the African Zulu people: Zulu, launched in 1909, was a Tribal-class destroyer that served in World War I. Zulu, launched in 1937, was a Tribal-class destroyer that served in World War II...

Notable fictional Royal Navy ship names

(Note: many novels about the Royal Navy feature fictional ships, but most use real names. This is a list of fictional names.)


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