A report on List of active Royal Navy ships

{{HMS|Victory}}, Flagship of the First Sea Lord
Vanguard (Vanguard class)
Ambush ({{sclass|Astute|submarine|4}})
Trenchant ({{sclass|Trafalgar|submarine|4}})
Queen Elizabeth
Albion (Albion class)
Daring (Type 45 destroyer)
Northumberland (Type 23 frigate)
Forth (River class)
Hurworth (Hunt class)
Ramsey (Sandown class)
Raider (Archer class)
Echo (Echo class)
Scott
Protector
Magpie
Excellent
Cutlass (Cutlass class)

Principal naval warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces.

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{{HMS|Victory}}, Flagship of the First Sea Lord

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Royal Navy

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United Kingdom's naval warfare force.

United Kingdom's naval warfare force.

A late 16th-century painting of the Spanish Armada in battle with English warships
, Nelson's flagship at Trafalgar, is still a commissioned Royal Navy ship, although she is now permanently kept in dry-dock
The Battle of Trafalgar, depicted here in its opening phase
The routes of Captain James Cook's three voyages.
Heavy cruiser berthed in Admiralty Floating Dock No. 1 at the Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda, 1934.
Britannia Royal Naval College
, a aircraft carrier on sea trials in June 2017
, the Type 45 guided missile destroyer
, the Type 23 frigate designed for anti-submarine warfare.
, a Royal Navy Antarctic patrol ship
, the first nuclear submarine
The F-35B aircraft are operated from the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.
Royal Marines in Sangin, 2010
Royal Marines Band Service members beside HMS Duncan in 2010
during HMNB Devonport's Navy day, 2006.
alongside Faslane Naval Base
A Merlin HC3 and Wildcat AH1 both of Commando Helicopter Force, based at RNAS Yeovilton.
A Royal Navy Merlin HM2 at RNAS Culdrose.
The RN presence in the Persian Gulf typically consists of a Type 45 destroyer and a squadron of minehunters supported by an RFA "mothership"
Portsmouth dockyard during the Trafalgar 200 International Fleet Review. Seen here are commissioned ships from; the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Greece, Pakistan, Ireland and Nigeria.
HMNB Clyde, Faslane, home of the submarines
Type 23 frigates or "Duke class" are named after British dukes.
The Queen and Admiral Sir Alan West during a Fleet Review

As of June 2022, there are 73 operational commissioned ships (including submarines as well as one historic ship, ) in the Royal Navy, plus 11 ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA); there are also five Merchant Navy ships available to the RFA under a private finance initiative.

Badge of the Ministry of Defence

British Armed Forces

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The British Armed Forces, also known as Her Majesty's Armed Forces, are the military services responsible for the defence of the United Kingdom, its Overseas Territories and the Crown Dependencies.

The British Armed Forces, also known as Her Majesty's Armed Forces, are the military services responsible for the defence of the United Kingdom, its Overseas Territories and the Crown Dependencies.

Badge of the Ministry of Defence
A modern reproduction of an 1805 poster commemorating the Battle of Trafalgar
Soldiers from the Royal Irish Rifles in the Battle of the Somme's trenches 1916
British commandos during the Second World War
The Vulcan Bomber was the mainstay of Britain's airborne nuclear capability for much of the Cold War.
Commander-in-Chief the Queen Elizabeth II riding Burmese at the 1986 Trooping the Colour ceremony
The Ministry of Defence building at Whitehall, Westminster, London
Welsh Guards Trooping the Colour
Top ten military expenditures in billion US$ in 2014
A Trident II SLBM being launched from a
, a Queen Elizabeth-class supercarrier on sea trials in June 2017
The Challenger 2 main battle tank
The Eurofighter Typhoon multirole combat aircraft
(left), the fleet's aviation training and hospital ship
A newly qualified Royal Marine of 122 Troop Kings Squad is pictured during a passing out parade in 2011, having undergone the recruitment process and selection and training
Queen Elizabeth II in the Auxiliary Territorial Service, April 1945
Defence spending in the UK
Overseas military installations of the United Kingdom, and locally raised units of British Overseas Territories.
Military interventions since 2000: Palliser (Sierra Leone); Herrick (Afghanistan); Enduring Freedom (Horn of Africa); Telic (Iraq); Ellamy (Libya); and Shader (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant).

The Royal Navy is a technologically sophisticated naval force, and as of June 2022 consists of 73 commissioned ships with an additional 11 support vessels of various types operated by the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.

Royal Fleet Auxiliary

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Naval auxiliary fleet owned by the UK's Ministry of Defence.

Naval auxiliary fleet owned by the UK's Ministry of Defence.

USS Donald Cook receives fuel during a replenishment at sea (RAS) with RFA Wave Ruler.
Commodore Bill Walworth and Commodore Tim Fraser RN aboard RFA Lyme Bay
No. 1 dress
No. 2A dress, as worn by The Earl of Wessex
Commodores David Eagles and Duncan Lamb at the transfer of command of the RFA in 2020
Tiderace (Tide class)
Wave Knight (Wave class)
Fort Victoria (Fort Victoria class)
Cardigan Bay (Bay class)
Argus
Hartland Point (Point class)

List of active Royal Navy ships

Her Majesty's Naval Service

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United Kingdom's naval warfare and maritime service.

United Kingdom's naval warfare and maritime service.

{{HMS|Queen Elizabeth|R08|6}} on sea trials in June 2017
{{HMS|Vanguard|S28|6}}, a {{sclass|Vanguard|submarine|0}} ballistic missile submarine
{{HMS|Diamond|D34|6}}, a Type 45 guided missile destroyer
Mk5 Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel
2000TDX Landing Craft Air Cushion
Royal Marines during the annual Cold Weather Training exercise
{{ship|RFA|Mounts Bay|L3008|6}}, a {{sclass2|Bay|landing ship|1}}
{{ship|RFA|Fort Victoria|A387|6}}, a replenishment oiler
{{ship|RFA|Argus|A135|6}}, an aviation training and casualty receiving ship
{{ship|SD|Northern River}}, a Marine Services multi-purpose ship
{{ship|SD|Bountiful}}, a Marine Services ATD 2909-class tug
SD Navigator, a Marine Services Multicat 2510-class recovery vessel

List of active Royal Navy ships - 74 (plus two non-commissioned training vessels)