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HMS Friendship

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Five ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Friendship:

  • HMS Friendship (1673), a fireship purchased in 1673 and sunk in action in the same year.
  • HMS Friendship (1763), a 4-gun cutter, purchased in 1763 and sold eight years later.
  • HMS Friendship (1794), a fireship purchased in 1794 and broken up in 1801.
  • HMS Friendship (1795), a 2-gun vessel purchased in 1795 and sunk off the Channel Islands in 1801.
  • HMS Friendship (J398), an Algerine-class minesweeper provided to the Royal Navy in 1942 under the Lend-Lease scheme and returned to the United States Navy in 1947.
  • References

    HMS Friendship Wikipedia


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