- HMS Bermuda
Eight vessels of the British
Royal Navyhave been named HMS "Bermuda", after the island of Bermuda.
* The first "Bermuda" was a 14-gun
brig-slooppurchased in 1795, and foundered the following year.
* The second "Bermuda" was an 18-gun
sloop-of-warlaunched in 1805and wrecked 1808.
* The third "Bermuda" was a 10-gun
brig-slooplaunched 1808and wrecked 1816, built by John Pelham of Frindsbury.
* The fourth "Bermuda" was a
pilot boatacquired in 1813and broken up 1841.
* The fifth "Bermuda" was a
schoonerpurchased 1819and foundered 1821.
* The sixth "Bermuda" was a 3-gun
schoonerlaunched 1848and wrecked 1855.
* The seventh "Bermuda" was a Floating Dock, towed to the Bermuda Dockyard in
1869by HMS "Warrior", "Black Prince" and "Terrible".
* The eighth "Bermuda" was a
cruiserlaunched 1941and broken up 1965.
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