|Covid-19|HMY Fairy, an iron-hulled steam screw yacht which acted as tender to the Royal Yacht HMY Victoria and Albert. Built in 1844, Fairy was commissioned in 1845, and broken up in 1868.
HMS Fairy Wikipedia
Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Fairy:Fairy, a 16-gun Swan class ship sloop, built in 1778 at Sheerness, and broken up in 1811.
Fairy, an 18-gun Cruizer-class brig-sloop, built in 1812 at Bideford and broken up in 1821.
Fairy, a 10-gun Cherokee-class brig-sloop, built in 1826 at Chatham, and lost in 1840.
Fairy, a Gipsy-class destroyer built by Fairfields, launched on 29 May 1897, which foundered on 31 May 1918 after ramming and sinking the German U-boat UC-75.
Fairy (J403), an Auk-class minesweeper built by Associated Shipbuilders, Seattle, launched on 5 April 1943, and loaned to the Royal Navy under Lend-Lease. Commissioned on 24 March 1944, she was returned to the United States Navy on 13 December 1946.