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Three ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Sandown. Sandown is a seaside resort on the Isle of Wight, England.HMS Sandown (1916), one of 24 Racecourse class paddle wheel minesweepers, and was launched in 1916 and broken up in 1923.
HMS Sandown (1934), a paddle wheel ferry built in 1934 for Southern Railway's Portsmouth—Ryde service but requisitioned by the Royal Navy in 1939 and converted to a minesweeper, and later in 1942 to an anti-aircraft ship. She was converted back to a ferry in 1945 and was scrapped in 1956.
HMS Sandown (M101) was a Sandown class minehunter launched in 1988 and transferred to the Estonian Navy in 2007 as EML Admiral Cowan.