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Distress Call Telegram

This is a Reproduction Replica of the Telegram sent by Titanic when it hit the Iceburg

Has the words "We have hit an Iceberg sinking fast come to our assistance"

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RMS Titanic was a passenger liner that struck an iceberg on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City, and sank on 15 April 1912, resulting in the deaths of 1,517 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history.


The largest passenger steamship in the world at the time, the Olympic-class RMS Titanic was owned by the White Star Line and constructed at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, UK. After setting sail for New York City on 10 April 1912 with 2,223 people on board, she hit the iceberg four days into the crossing, at 11:40 pm on 14 April 1912, and sank at 2:20 am the following morning. The high casualty rate resulting from the sinking was due in part to the fact that, although complying with the regulations of the time, the ship carried lifeboats for only 1,178 people. A disproportionate number of men died due to the "women and children first" protocol that was enforced by the ship's crew.


Titanic was designed by experienced engineers, using some of the most advanced technologies and extensive safety features of the time. The sinking of a passenger liner on her maiden voyage, the high loss of life and media frenzy over Titanic's famous victims, the legends about the sinking, the resulting changes in maritime law, and the discovery of the wreck have all contributed to the enduring interest in Titanic.


icro Machines: The Original Scale Miniatures (called either "Micro Machines" or simply "Micros") were a line of toys originally made by Galoob (now part of Hasbro) in the mid 1980s and throughout the 1990s. Galoob licensed the idea behind Micro Machines from Clem Heeden, a toy inventor from Wisconsin. Micro Machines were tiny scale component style "playsets" and vehicles that were slightly larger than N scale. Although Micro Machines have not been sold in the United States in some years, newer models are available in the UK, Europe and the outlets in the US now also once again sell Micro Machines.

Early Micro Machines television commercials were famous for featuring actor John Moschitta, Jr., who was (at the time) listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's fastest talker.


Many different styles of Micros were made including all the popular cars and trucks of the times, trains, emergency vehicles, tanks, boats, airplanes, helicopters, and motorcycles. The Tuff Trax series contained many of the popular TNT Motorsports Monster Trucks, including the influential Grave Digger truck. Star Trek and Star Wars models were also made, as were models from other science fiction franchises including Babylon 5, Power Rangers and MIB. They even immortalized James Bond and Indiana Jones in micro scale. After the Hasbro buyout, they came out with Winner's Circle NASCAR and G.I. Joe themed cars and playsets.

While the Micro Machines collection was known primarily for sizing down automobiles, it also featured several playsets including 1991's fold-out Super Van City. Licensed character products would often be fold-open heads including miniature characters and vehicles interactive with their playset environment. Micro Machines also utilized several diverse features such as color-changing cars and "Private Eyes" vehicles that even allowed one to peek inside and view an illustration of the contents.

One of the many Micro Machines product lines was the Insiders series. Incredibly popular in the late 80s and early 90s, the Insiders series featured a small vehicle inside the standard size Micro Machine. The body and chassis of the larger vehicle connected via a hinge. Opening the larger revealed the smaller, which was a different model of car.

For 3 to 4 years Micro Machines was the largest selling toy car line in the US with total dollar sales exceeding the combined sales of the next top selling lines: Hot Wheels, Matchbox and Majorette.

Micro Machines had a well-known advertising campaign in the 1980s involving fast-talker John Moschitta, Jr.. The commercials featured pitches in his trademark speedy style and ended with the slogan "[i]f it doesn't say Micro Machines, it's not the real thing"[1].

In the 1990s, transforming playsets were released. Some could transform from one playset to another, such as a factory to a test track. Others could transform from giant vehicles to playsets, such as a 6x6 to a jungle. Earlier ones included one that could transform from a toolbox to a city. Another innovative release was a line of special boats in the 1990s. While past boats had merely sunk and were not intended for water use, these new sets could actually float.

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Ocean liners with four funnels


SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse (1897) · SS Deutschland (1900) · SS Kronprinz Wilhelm (1901) · SS Kaiser Wilhelm II (1902) · RMS Lusitania (1906) · RMS Mauretania (1906) · SS Kronprinzessin Cecilie (1906) · SS France (1910) · RMS Olympic (1910) · RMS Titanic (1911) · RMS Aquitania (1913) · HMHS Britannic (1914) · RMS Windsor Castle (1922) · RMS Arundel Castle (1921)


Timeline of the world's largest passenger ships


Syracusia (240 BCE) · Thalamegos (200 BCE) · The Caravel (1400s) · SS Royal William (1831) · SS Great Western (1837) · SS British Queen (1839) · SS President (1840) · SS Great Britain (1845) · SS Atrato (1854) · SS Great Eastern (1858) · RMS Celtic (1901) · RMS Baltic (1903) · RMS Empress of Scotland (1906) · RMS Lusitania (1907) · RMS Mauretania (1907) · RMS Olympic (1911) · RMS Titanic (1912 ) · SS Imperator (1913) · SS Leviathan (1913) · RMS Majestic (1922) · SS Normandie (1935) · RMS Queen Elizabeth (1940) · MS Carnival Destiny (1996) · MS Grand Princess (1997) · MS Voyager of the Seas (1999) · MS Explorer of the Seas (2000) · MS Navigator of the Seas (2002) · RMS Queen Mary 2 (2004) · MS Freedom of the Seas / MS Liberty of the Seas / MS Independence of the Seas (2006) · MS Oasis of the Seas (2009) · MS Allure of the Seas (2010)


Olympic-class ocean liners


RMS Olympic (1910) · RMS Titanic (1911) · HMHS Britannic (1914)


Deck officers on the RMS Titanic


Edward J. Smith, Captain · Henry T. Wilde, Chief Officer · William M. Murdoch, First Officer · Charles H. Lightoller, Second Officer · Herbert J. Pitman, Third Officer · Joseph G. Boxhall, Fourth Officer · Harold G. Lowe, Fifth Officer · James P. Moody, Sixth Officer


RMS Titanic on film and TV


Saved from the Titanic (1912) · In Nacht und Eis (1912) · Atlantic (1929) · Titanic (1943) · Titanic (1953) · A Night to Remember (1958) · S.O.S. Titanic (1979) · Raise the Titanic (1980) · Titanic (TV miniseries) (1996) · No Greater Love (1996) · Titanic (1997) · The Legend of the Titanic (1999) · Titanic: The Legend Goes On (2001) · Ghosts of the Abyss (2003) · Titanic II (2010) · Titanic: Blood & Steel (2012)


Memorials to the sinking of the RMS Titanic


United Kingdom


Memorial to the Engine Room Heroes of the Titanic, Liverpool


Titanic Musicians' Memorial Southampton


Titanic Engineers' Memorial, Southampton


Titanic Memorial, Belfast


Titanic Orchestra's Memorial, Liverpool


United States


Straus Park, New York City


Titanic Memorial, New York City


Titanic Memorial, Washington, D.C.


Other


Titanic Memorial Bandstand, Ballarat, Australia


Titanic Memorial, Broken Hill, Australia


Ships that were lost on their maiden voyage


Naval ships


Vasa (1628) · Georgiana (1863) · Flach (1866) · Bismarck (1941)1 · Dinsdale (1942)1


Passenger ships


and cargo liners


Amazon (1851) · Tayleur (1854) · Titanic (1912) · Georges Philippar (1932) · Magdalena (1949) · Hans Hedtoft (1959) · Zenobia (1980)


Cargo ships


Batavia (1629) · Fortuyn (1723) · Amsterdam (1749) · Carrier Pigeon (1852) · Irex (1890) · Hastier (1919) · Adolf Vinnen (1923) · Michael E (1941)1 · Alexander Macomb (1942)1 · Empire Clough (1942)1 · Empire Drum (1942)1, 2 · Empire Dryden (1942)1, 2 · George Calvert (1942)1 · John Morgan (1943)1 · Ranga (1982)


Racing yachts


Mohawk (1876)


1 = Due to enemy action. 2 = Maiden revenue-earning voyage.


White Star Line ships


Surviving Ships


Nomadic (1911)


Planned


Oceanic (Never completed)


Former Ships


Red Jacket (1853) · Blue Jacket (1854) · Tayleur (1854) · Oceanic (1870) · Atlantic (1871) · Baltic (1871) · Tropic (1871) · Asiatic (1871) · Republic (1872) · Adriatic (1872) · Celtic (1872) · Traffic (1872) · Belgic (1872) · Gaelic (1873) · Britannic (1874) · Germanic (1875) · Arabic (1881) · Coptic (1881) · Ionic (1883) · Doric (1883) · Belgic (1885) · Gaelic (1885) · Cufic (1885) · Runic (1889) · Teutonic (1889) · Majestic (1890) · Tauric (1891) · Magnetic (1891) · Nomadic (1891) · Naronic (1892) · Bovic (1892) · Gothic (1893) · Cevic (1894) · Pontic (1894) · Georgic (1895) · Delphic (1897) · Cymric (1898) · Afric (1899) · Medic (1899) · Persic (1899) · Oceanic · Runic (1900) · Suevic (1901) · Celtic (1901) · Athenic (1902) · Corinthic (1902) · Ionic (1903) · Cedric (1903) · Victorian (1903) · Armenian (1903) · Arabic (1903) · Romanic (1903) · Cretic (1903) · Republic (1903) · Canopic (1904) · Cufic (1904) · Baltic (1904) · Tropic (1904) · Gallic (1907) · Adriatic (1907) · Laurentic (1909) · Megantic (1909) · Zeeland (1910) · Traffic (1911) · Olympic (1911) · Belgic (1911) · Zealandic (1911) · Titanic (1912) · Ceramic (1912) · Lapland (1914) · Britannic (1914) · Belgic (1917) · Justicia (1918) · Vedic (1918) · Bardic (1919) · Gallic (1920) · Mobile (1920) · Arabic (1920) · Homeric (1920) · Haverford (1921) · Poland (1922) · Majestic (1922) · Pittsburgh (1922) · Doric (1923) · Delphic (1925) · Regina (1925) · Albertic (1927) · Calgaric (1927) · Laurentic (1927) · Britannic (1930) · Georgic (1932)





List of fictional ships








Anime and manga





Blue 6, Shang 9 — Blue Submarine No. 6


Going Merry — One Piece


Thousand Sunny — One Piece


JDS Mirai — Zipang


Over the Rainbow, (a renamed USS Harry S. Truman) — Neon Genesis Evangelion


Pascal Magi — Tactical Roar


Ghost Ship — Blue Submarine No. 6


Super 99 — Submarine Super 99


Thundersub — Thundersub


Tuatha de Danaan — Full Metal Panic!


Zuko's Fire Nation ship


Yamato Takeru - super battleship, Kyokujitsu no Kantai.


Takemikazuchi - aircraft carrier, Konpeki no Kantai


I-3000 - supersubmarine, Konpeki no Kantai


Yashiromaru — Case Closed: Strategy Above the Depths


St. Aphrodite — Case Closed: Strategy Above the Depths


Blue - Blue Drop


Space Battleship Yamato - Space Battleship Yamato


Super Dimension Fortress One (SDF-1) Macross - Robotech


Comics





Aurora — trawler in The Adventures of Tintin story The Shooting Star and also from The Sign of Four from Sherlock Holmes


The Black Freighter — a metafictional pirate ship that is referenced throughout the Watchmen comic series



Cithara — alleged source distress signal in The Adventures of Tintin story The Shooting Star


HMS Cutlass - the name given to four ships of the Royal Navy - the first a battleship present at the Battle of the Nile; the second an ironclad sunk in World War I; the third a World War II destroyer, and the most recent ship a Cold War-era destroyer. All four ships appear in the Commando Comics story Bright Blade of Courage


Eagle's Shadow — Sir Nicholas Fury's ship in Marvel 1602


Grossadler - Kriegsmarine destroyer, from the Commando Comics story Bright Blade of Courage


Hawksub — Blackhawk


Karaboudjan — cargo ship in The Adventures of Tintin story The Crab with the Golden Claws


SS Ramona — tramp steamer in The Adventures of Tintin story The Red Sea Sharks


Sea Queen/The Gertrude — Lex Luthor's yacht in Superman Returns


Sirius — expedition ship in The Adventures of Tintin story Red Rackham's Treasure


Sirius — ship in The Adventures of Tintin story The Shooting Star


The Unicorn — 17th. century wooden sailing warship in The Adventures of Tintin stories The Secret of the Unicorn and Red Rackham's Treasure


HMS Viper - British destroyer, from the Commando Comics story Bright Blade of Courage


Vulkan - Kriegsmarine cruiser, from the Commando Comics story Flak Fever


Film





903 - Iranian Kilo class submarine in Steel Sharks, 1996


USS Abraham Lincoln — frigate in Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 1954


Academic Vladislav Volkov — Russian research ship in Virus, 1999


Acheron — French Napoleonic frigate in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, 2003


African Queen — The African Queen, 1951 with Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn


Albatross — The Sea Hawk with Errol Flynn, 1940


Amindra — with shanghaied sailor from the Glencairn, torpedoed and sank in The Long Voyage Home, 1940


SS Andes — cruise ship in Let's Go Native, 1930


SS Antonia Graza — derelict Italian luxury ocean liner in Ghost Ship


Aquanaut 3 - experimental submarine, 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 2007


Arabella — Captain Blood with Errol Flynn, 1935


Argo — galley Jason and the Argonauts (1963 film), Jason and the Argonauts (TV miniseries)


Argonautica — cruise ship Deep Rising


USS Aspen — Full Fathom Five


HMS Avenger — Billy Budd 1962


Batavia Queen — steamship Krakatoa, East of Java 1969


HMS Bedford — British Type 23 frigate in Tomorrow Never Dies 1997


USS Bedford (DLG-113) — The Bedford Incident (also in book version)


Belafonte — oceanographic research vessel, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou


USS Belinda (APA-22) — Away All Boats, 1956 (Also appears in original novel)


Benthic Explorer — offshore support ship — The Abyss 1989


Black Hawk — The Pirate of the Black Hawk (Il Pirata dello sparviero nero) 1958


Black Pearl (formerly HMS Wicked Wench) — slaver turned pirate ship Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


Black Swan — The Black Swan 1942


Brandenburg — World War II German battleship in We Dive at Dawn 1943


SS Britannic — cruise ship in Juggernaut


USS Caine — The Caine Mutiny (Also appears in written version)


USS Charleston - On the Beach, 2000


HMS Chester — British Type 23 frigate in Tomorrow Never Dies 1997


SSN Davies (SSN-???) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Crash Dive, 1996


HMS Devonshire — British Type 23 frigate sunk in Tomorrow Never Dies


SS Chiku Shan — ferryboat — Blood Alley (1955)


SS Claridon — ocean liner in The Last Voyage 1960


HMS Compass Rose — Second World War corvette in The Cruel Sea, 1953


USS Copperfin — World War II sub Destination Tokyo, 1943 w/ Cary Grant


HMS Dauntless — Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


HMS Defiant — frigate in HMS Defiant, 1962


Disco Volante — motor yacht/hydrofoil in Thunderball 1965


USS Dragonfish — U.S. Submarine in Battle of the Coral Sea 1959


Dulcibella — The Riddle of the Sands 1979


USS Echo — sailing ship from The Wackiest Ship in the Army, 1959


Edinburgh Trader — Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest


Elizabeth Dane — The Fog


Elsinore — The Mutiny of the Elsinore 1937


Empress — Chinese junk — Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End


HMS Endeavour — Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End


MS Ergenstrasse — The Sea Chase (1955) with John Wayne and Lana Turner, and Patriot Games (1992) with Harrison Ford.


Esther — sailing merchantman, Old Ironsides 1926


Flying Dutchman — Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest


Geronimo — America's Cup racing yacht, Wind 1992


Ghost — sealing schooner, The Sea Wolf 1941


Glencairn — freighter — The Long Voyage Home


Gloria N — E la nave va..., Federico Fellini


SS Goliath — ocean liner — Goliath Awaits — TV film 1981


Hahnchen Maru — cargo vessel modified to command ship — Contact, 1997


Hai Peng — Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End


SS Happy Wanderer — cruise liner — Carry On Cruising


USS Haynes (DE-181) — destroyer escort, The Enemy Below


The Henrietta - paddle steamer - Around the World in 80 Days (1956 film)


Immer Essen ("Always eating") — cruise ship, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid


The Inferno — The Goonies


HMS Interceptor — Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


USS Intrepid — cruise ship in the film Intrepid


JDS Isokaze — Aegis (Bôkoku no îgisu) 2005


Jenny — Forrest Gump


Jolly Mon — Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Wizard King


USS Kornblatt — Don't Give Up The Ship, 1959, starred Jerry Lewis


USS Lansing (SSN-795) - Los Angeles Class SSN (Depicted as an SSBN) in Danger Beneath The Sea, 2001


Liparus — Karl Stromberg's submarine swallowing supertanker The Spy Who Loved Me 1977


SS Lorelei — An ocean liner in Ghost Ship


HMS Lydia — Captain Horatio Hornblower 1951


Mary Deare — The Wreck of the Mary Deare, starring Gary Cooper and Charlton Heston, 1959


USS Mako - Fast Attack Submarine in Danger Beneath The Sea, 2001


USS Montana — The Abyss, The Fifth Missile


Morning Star —Cutthroat Island 1995


Nathan Ross — whaling ship, All the Brothers Were Valiant 1953


Nautilus — Captain Nemo's 1860s submarine — 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1954, Captain Nemo and the Underwater City 1969, Mysterious Island, The Return of Captain Nemo 1978, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 2003


HMS Nereid - Royal Navy submarine, Virus, 1980


USS Oakland (SSN-798) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Steel Sharks, 1996


Olive Branch — sailing merchantman, Captain Caution, 1940


Orca — Quint's fishing boat, Jaws, 1975


Patna — tramp steamer in Lord Jim 1965


Pequod — whaleship, Moby Dick 1956, 1978, 1998


USS Pequod - American submarine, 2010: Moby Dick, 2010


Poseidon — ocean liner/cruise ship, The Poseidon Adventure 1972, Beyond the Poseidon Adventure 1979, The Poseidon Adventure 2005, Poseidon 2006


USS Poseidon — USS Poseidon: Phantom Below 2005


The Princess — Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


Q Boat — Q's 'fishing boat' The World Is Not Enough 1999


"Proteus" - nuclear mini submarine from the 1966 film "Fantastic Voyage." [1]


Rachel — Moby-Dick, 1956, 1998


Rasputin - Ex-Soviet Submarine in Rapid Assault, 1997


The Reaper- Dog's ship in Cutthroat Island, 1995


The Red Witch — Wake of the Red Witch with John Wayne, 1948


USS Reluctant (AK-601) — World War II cargo ship in Mister Roberts (1955) and the 1984 television film (also appears in novel, play and TV series versions)


U-571 appears in U-571 (film), coincidently same number as German submarine U-571


Rights-of-Man — Billy Budd, 1962


Rob Roy — commercial freighter, Windbag the Sailor, 1936


USS San Pablo — The Sand Pebbles, 1966


HMS Saltash Castle — Second World War frigate in The Cruel Sea, 1953


Saracen — yacht, Dead Calm


USS Sarasota - Aircraft Carrier, Crash Dive, 1996 & Rapid Assault, 1997


USS Sawfish — On the Beach, 1959


USS Scotia - submarine, 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 2007


Sea Star — tug in Virus, 1999


HMS Sea Tiger — Second World War submarine, We Dive at Dawn, 1943


USS Sea Tiger — World War II submarine, Operation Petticoat 1977


SS Sea Witch — Action in the North Atlantic 1943


SSNR Seaview — Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 1961 with Walter Pidgeon


HMS Shag at Sea - yacht, Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002


HMS Sherwood - British cruiser, Carry on Admiral 1957


HMS Solent - British destroyer, Sink the Bismarck! 1960


IJN Shinaru — Japanese aircraft carrier, Torpedo Run 1958


Stealth Ship — media mogul Elliot Carver's secret news creator in Tomorrow Never Dies. Is based on the real life Sea Shadow (IX-529) 1997


St. Georges — British spy ship trawler For Your Eyes Only 1981


USS Starfish — Hellcats of the Navy


USS Stingray - Down Periscope, 1996 with Kelsey Grammer no relation to the Salmon-class SS-186 USS Stingray


USS Thunderfish — Operation Pacific, 1954 with John Wayne


USS Tiger Shark — The Atomic Submarine


SS Titanic II — cruise liner, Titanic II, 2010


HMS Torrin — In Which We Serve, 1942


Ulysses — submarine, Atlantis: The Lost Empire


SSN Ulysses (SSN-???) - Los Angeles Class in Crash Dive, 1996


USS Valhalla (SSN-905) - Los Angeles Class SSN in Rapid Assault, 1997


SS Venture — King Kong, 1933, 2005


HMS Venus — British frigate — Carry On Jack, 1962


HMS Victoria — British WWI ironclad, Britannic, 2000


The Wanderer - Captain Ron, 1992 with Martin Short and Kurt Russell


We're Here — Captains Courageous, 1937 with Spencer Tracy


Wonkatania — Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (also appears in 2005 adaptation), based on the Cunard Line tradition of ending ships with an -ania (i.e., RMS Lusitania and RMS Aquitania)


Yellow Submarine — The Beatles' psychedelic submarine


Literature





Single works


USS Abraham Lincoln — frigate in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, 1868


Adventure — Oceangoing Salvage Tug — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


African Queen — The African Queen by C. S. Forester


HMS Amirante — Destroyer — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


Antarctica — Whaling Factory Ship — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


HMS Antigone — Leander class cruiser commissioned 1938 in "The Cruiser" by Warren Tute, 1955


SNS Antilla- Spanish battleship in Trafalgar by Arturo Perez-Reverte, 2004


Antonov — Soviet bulk freighter — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Arabella — Captain Blood by Raphael Sabatini, 1924


HMS Aries — Leander Class frigate — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Argo — Jason and the Argonauts


Artemis — Voyager by Diana Gabaldon


HMS Artemis — The Ship, by C. S. Forester, 1943


Astrea — Roman galley ship — Ben-Hur by Genl Lew Wallace, 1880


Aurora — Armed whale catcher — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


Auxoil — Oil-rig tender — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


USS Avenger - Trident Class SSBN - Inoculate! by Neil Bayne, 1979


Baalbek — Libyan Freighter — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


Bachir — Libyan Auxiliary Cruiser — The Unripe Gold, by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1983


USS Belinda (APA-22) — Away All Boats by Kenneth M. Dodson, 1954 (also appears in film version)


Bellatrix — Motor yacht — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


HMS Bellipotent — Billy Budd by Herman Melville


Beryte — Libyan Auxiliary Cruiser — The Unripe Gold, by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1983


Bird of Dawning — Bird of Dawning novel by John Masefield


USS Bradford — Frigate — The Krone Experiment by J. Craig Wheeler 1986


Black Swan - Pirate ship - "The Black Swan" by Rafael Sabatini 1932 (prototype for Pirates of the Caribbean films)


Byblos — Freighter — The Soukour Deadline by Anthony Trew, 1976


USS Caine — The Caine Mutiny (also appears in film version)


HMS Calypso — frigate — The Captain from Connecticut by C. S. Forester


USS Candlefish (SS-284) — Ghostboat by George E. Simpson and Neal R. Burger 1976. World War II Gato Class submarine


USS Carl Jackson — Nimitz Class aircraft carrier — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


Caspar's Folly — Ocean racing trimaran — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Chimay — Whale Cacher — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


SS Claridon — The Last Voyage


HMS Compass Rose — The Cruel Sea by Nicholas Monsarrat, 1951


Covenant — brig, Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1886


Crozet — Whale Catcher — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


HMS Cyclades — Leander Class frigate — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Dawn Treader - Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis


USS Delaware — frigate — The Captain from Connecticut by C. S. Forester


Demeter — Russian schooner in Dracula by Bram Stoker


HMS Deterrent — Polaris missile-carrying SSBN- Two Hours to Darkness by Anthony Trew, 1963


HMS Devastation — UK Submarine — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


USS Dolphin — Ice Station Zebra by Alistair MacLean 1963


Doneska - Russian Submarine - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


Dostoiny — Krivak class destroyer — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Dulcibella — The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers, 1903


Duncan — ocean yacht, In Search of the Castaways by Jules Verne, 1867


HMS Eagle — Invincible Class aircraft carrier — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


Erebus — Alaska


Esmeralda - Racing Yawl - Her Name Will Be Faith by Max Marlow, 1988


ESO - Experimental nuclear powered stealth minisub - The Tiger Cruise by Richard Thompson, 1999


Evening Star — Alaska


Explorer 1 - Bathyscape - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


Falkland — Whale Catcher — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


Fin of God — Omnian ship, Small Gods


The Fuwalda — Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs, 1914. The ship which took Tarzan's parents to Africa.


USS Galveston - Aircraft Carrier - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


USS Garcia — Eyes of the Hammer by Bob Mayer, 1991


Ghost — sealing schooner, The Sea Wolf by Jack London 1904


The Gloria Scott — from the earliest Sherlock Holmes story, by Arthur Conan Doyle


Grande Rapide — Ocean racing catamaran — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Gratulana — Liberian oil tanker — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Grenouille Frenetique (Frantic Frog) — pirate ship — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


The Hesperus — from the poem The Wreck of the Hesperus by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


HISPANIOLA (capitalized throughout the story) — Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson


Huntress — British survey ship — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Ilya Podogin - Soviet SSN - Icebound by Dean Koontz, 1995


USS Imperator - Submarine Amphibious Assault Ship - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


Incroyable — Opium smuggling Clipper — The Watering Place of Good Peace by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1960


USS Independence, a fictional Wasp class amphibious assault ship where a large part of the plot from The Swarm by Frank Schätzing takes place.


HMS Indomitable — Billy Budd by Herman Melville


Jeroboam — Moby-Dick or The Whale by Herman Melville


Jolly Roger — Captain Hook's pirate ship — Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie


John Henry D — Fishing boat — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Joun — Fishing boat — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


HMS Jupiter — Leander Class frigate — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979\


K-387 - Russian nuclear submarine - The Tiger Cruise by Richard Thompson, 1999


Karamagee — Ocean racing trimaran — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


USS Keeling — The Good Shepherd by CS Forester


Kerguelen — Whale Catcher — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1962


Kharkov - Moscow Class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


HMS Kittiwake — Bird class patrol boat — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Korund — Tango Class submarine — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


USS Langley — a Forrestal-class aircraft carrier — The Sixth Battle by Barrett Tillman


Laughing Sandbag — pirate ship — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


Leif Ericson — The Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson 1975


Leros — Greek Freighter — The Soukour Deadline by Anthony Trew, 1976


Leopard - Akula class submarine - The Tiger Cruise by Richard Thompson, 1999


USS Liberty - Trident Class SSBN - Inoculate! by Neil Bayne, 1979


Lobitos — Panamanian freighter — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


HMS Loch Torridon — Cruiser — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


HMS Loch Vennachar — Cruiser — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


The Magic Oat Boat — The Magic Oat Boat, (a Children's Story), 1992


HMAS Magpie — Mine-sweeper — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


Malange - Freighter - - The Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman, 1967


Marie Celeste — The Relation of J Habakuk Jephson by Arthur Conan Doyle (the real ship was Mary Celeste)


Mary Deare — The Wreck of the Mary Deare by Hammond Innes, 1956


USS Mary Jane - Naval Oceanographic Research Ship - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


HMS Massive — Polaris missile-carrying SSBN — Two Hours to Darkness by Anthony Trew, 1963


Medina — Motor cruiser — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


Mercedes Express Ocean racing trimaran — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Milka — Jingo (name parodies the Pinta)


HMS Missile - Polaris missile-carrying SSBN — Two Hours to Darkness by Anthony Trew, 1963


Moonraker — Liberian tramp freighter — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


Myfanwy — Coaster — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


Nancy Bell - The Yarn of the Nancy Bell by W. S. Gilbert


USS Narwhal — SSN — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


USS Nashville — U.S. warship — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


USS Nathan James (DDG-80) — The Last Ship by William Brinkley, 1988


Nautilus — Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and The Mysterious Island


Nellie — Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, 1899


HMS Nemesis — Tai-Pan by James Clavell 1966


Novgorod - Alfa class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


Numestra del Oro - Armed Merchantman owned by a Colombian Cartel - Hammerheads by Dale Brown, 1990


Olympus — Supertanker — Collision by Anthony Wall, 1986


Omega 1 - Submersible Barge - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


Omega Challenger — Ocean racing sloop — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


HMS Orcus - Oberon class submarine - Submarine by John Wingate, 1982


Orel - Akula class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


Oska Laertes — Danish ferry — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Pacific Klondike - Deep ocean drillship - Fireplay by William Wingate, 1979


Penguin — The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket by Edgar Allan Poe


Pequod — Moby-Dick,or The Whale, by Herman Melville, 1851


USS Pequod — Firefox by Craig Thomas 1977. Sturgeon-class SSN which rendezvoused on the Arctic ice to re-fuel the Mig-31 Firefox


HMS Phoenix - SSN - The Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman, 1967


HMS Plover — Bird class patrol boat — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Plymouth Corporation's Revenge — pirate ship — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


HMS Plymouth Sound — sailing Corvette — The Watering Place of Good Peace by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1960


Poltava - Alfa class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


Poppy — Opium smuggling schooner — The Watering Place of Good Peace by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1960


SS Poseidon — ocean liner, The Poseidon Adventure by Paul Gallico, 1969


Pushkin — The Last Ship by William Brinkley


USS Pyramus — Polaris missile-carrying SSBN - The Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman, 1967


Queequeg — The Grim Grotto by Lemony Snicket 2004


Rachel — Moby-Dick,or The Whale, in search of the Pequod


USS Raleigh — Eyes of the Hammer by Bob Mayer, 1991


Red Witch — Wake of the Red Witch by Garland Roark


Red October — Soviet submarine, The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy 1984


USS Reluctant (AK-601) — World War II cargo ship in Mister Roberts (also appears in play, film and TV series versions)


HMS Retaliate — Polaris missile-carrying SSBN — Two Hours to Darkness by Anthony Trew, 1963


USS Retribution - Trident Class SSBN - Inoculate! by Neil Bayne, 1979


Retivy — Krivak class destroyer — The Antonov Project by Anthony Trew, 1979


Rigel Star — Oil tanker — The Unripe Gold, by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1983


Rights-of-Man — Billy Budd by Herman Melville


USN Rio Grande — Aircraft Carrier — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


USS Robert F. Kennedy — A stealth nuclear powered battle cruiser (BCGN) — North Cape by Joe Poyer


Rocketing Spitfire — sloop — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


USS Rosemont - Los Angeles Class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


Ryazan - Alfa class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


HMS Sabre — S-Class submarine — Two Hours to Darkness by Anthony Trew, 1963


HMS Safari - Swiftsure Class - Submarine by John Wingate, 1982


HMS Saltash — The Cruel Sea (HMS Saltash Castle in the film)


USS San Pablo — The Sand Pebbles by Richard McKenna


Santa Cascara (later HMS Golden Vanity) — Spanish galleon captured by the British — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


Santa Umbriago — Spanish warship — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


Saracen — Supertanker fitted with reinforced bow. — Collision by Anthony Wall, 1986


Saratov - Alfa class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


HMS Saturn - Swiftsure Class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


Scorpion — Cruising yacht — Collision by Anthony Wall, 1986


USS Scorpion — On the Beach by Nevil Shute 1957


USS Seamount — SSBN — The Krone Experiment by J. Craig Wheeler 1986


The Sea Witch — a yacht in The Wreck of the Mary Deare by Hammond Innes, 1956


USOS Seaview — Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea by Theodore Sturgeon 1961


Semittanté — Tramp Freighter — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


Shelif — Fishing boat — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


USS Shenandoah — Aircraft carrier — The Hero Ship by Hank Searls, 1969


USN Shenandoah — US Submarine — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


Shodo — Japanese Whaling Factory Ship — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


Shodo 4 — Japanese whale catcher — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


Siren - yacht, A Damsel in Distress by P. G. Wodehouse, 1919


USS Skippack — SSN — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Smolensk - Alfa class submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor, 1987


Southern Sun — Freighter — The Moonraker Mutiny by Anthony Trew, 1972


USN Springfield — Aircraft carrier — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


Splendor Hyaline — The Horse and his boy by C. S. Lewis


USS Starbuck (SSN-989)[citation needed] — Pacific Vortex! by Clive Cussler 1983 (Cover of Sphere edition shows SSN-107 on the fin)


USS Stevens — Oliver Hazard Perry Class frigate — Eagle Trap by Geoffrey Archer, 1993


USS Stinson — Spruance class destroyer — The Krone Experiment by J. Craig Wheeler 1986


USS Stormy Beach - Long Beach Class cruiser - Fireplay by William Wingate


Student Prince — Freighter — The Soukour Deadline by Anthony Trew, 1976


Samurai Maru — Japanese Seagoing Tugboat — The Unripe Gold, by Geoffrey Jenkins, 1983


Sunboro Beauty — Ocean racing yacht — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Sweet Ribena — Multihulled ocean racing yacht — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


USS Swordfish — On the Beach by Nevil Shute 1957


USS Swordfish - Trident Class SSBN - Inoculate! by Neil Bayne, 1979


Tambov - Russian nuclear submarine - Silent Hunter by Charles D. Taylor


HMS Teaser — Aircraft Carrier- Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


HMS Temeraire (S.191) - SSN - The Deep Silence by Douglas Reeman, 1967


Thorshammer — Norwegian Destroyer — A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins


USS Thomas Jefferson — Nimitz Class by Patrick Robinson


HMS Thunder Child — The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells


SS Titan — Futility, or the Wreck of the Titan by Morgan Robertson, 1898


Tornado Four — Ocean racing sloop — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


Trident — Survey Ship — Collision by Anthony Wall, 1986


Twelve Apostles — passenger ship — The Pyrates by George MacDonald Fraser


HMS Ulysses — HMS Ulysses


USS Urchin — Air Force One by Edwin Corley 1978


SS Valparaiso — Godhead Trilogy by James Morrow


USS Vindicator (NMSS-3) — Nuclear-powered strategic missile battleship, Fire Lance by David Mace, 1986


Vingilot — The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien


USS Viperfish — Spy Sub


Vitebsk - Victor class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


Vladimir - Victor class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


Vologda - Victor class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


Voronetz - Victor class - The Saturn Experiment - Peter Shepherd, 1988


The Walrus — Flint's pirate ship in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson


USS Warren Harding — in Robert Clark Young's naval satire One of the Guys


We're Here — Captains Courageous: A Story of the Grand Banks, by Rudyard Kipling, 1896


USN Willowtrack — US Submarine — Hunter-Killer by Geoffrey Jenkins 1966


Wilson's Savoury — Ocean racing yacht — Sea Fever by Anthony Trew, 1980


USS Woodbridge (SSN-349) - Los Angeles Class - The Tiger Cruise by Richard Thompson, 1999


Yabba-Dabba-Doo — Sewer, Gas & Electric: The Public Works Trilogy by Matt Ruff 1997


Series


Amanda Lee Garrett series by James Cobb


USS Benton


USS Carondelet — PGAC-03


USS Manassas — PGAC-02


USS Queen of the West — PGAC-01


USS Cunningham — CLA-79 (Cruiser Littoral Attack)


USS Evans F. Carlson — LPD-26 (Landing Platform Dock)


Floater 1 — Mobile Offshore Base (consisting of nine superbarges)


Aubrey–Maturin series by Patrick O'Brian


HM Sloop Sophie


HM Sloop Polychrest


HMS Lively


HMS Surprise


Nutmeg of Consolation


HMS Worcester


HEICS Niobe


Privateer Franklin


HMS Diane


USS Norfolk


Axis of Time trilogy by John Birmingham


USS Hillary Clinton


USS Kandahar


USS Leyte Gulf


USS Amanda Garrett


USS Providence


USS Kennebunkport


HMS Trident


HMS Vanguard


HMS Fearless


HMS Dolphin by L.A. Meyer


HMAS Havoc


HMAS Moreton Bay


HMAS Ipswich Royal Australian Navy Fremantle Class Patrol Boat


JDS Siranui


KRI Nuku


KRI Sutanto


Dessaix


Biggles series by W. E. Johns


SS Alice Clair - British merchant ship


Benegal Star - tramp steamer


Colonia - British merchant ship


Dundee Castle - British merchant ship


HMS Seafret - British destroyer


Queen of Olati - British steamship


Shanodah - British merchant ship


Tasman - Australian merchant ship


Bolitho series by Alexander Kent


HMS Gorgon


HM Cutter Avenger


HMS Destiny


HMS Trojan


HM Sloop Sparrow


HMS Phalarope


HMS Undine


HMS Tempest


HMS Hyperion


HMS Euryalus


HMS Achates


HMS Argonaute


Golden Plover


HMS Unrivalled


HMS Athena


HMS Onward


Nautilus, French frigate


HMS Winger from Corvette Command by Nicholas Monsarrat (based on the real HMS Shearwater)


Edward Mainwaring series by Victor Suthren


HMS Pallas


Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series by Fritz Leiber


Black Treasurer


Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling


The Durmstrang ship


Flashman series by George MacDonald Fraser


Balliol College — slave-trader


Horatio Hornblower series by CS Forester


HMS Atropos


HMS Clorinda


HMS Hotspur


HMS Justinian


HMS Lydia


HMS Nonsuch


HM Sloop Retribution


HMS Sutherland


HMS Witch of Endor


Mejidieh


Natividad


Inheritance cycle series by Christopher Paolini


The Dragon Wing


Lord Ramage series by Dudley Pope


HM Brig Triton


HMS Calypso


HMS Jocasta


HMS Dido


John Fury series by G. S. Beard


HMS Amazon - British 32


Bedford - merchantman


Earl of Mornington - East India Company


Magicienne - French frigate


Otter - East India Company warship


HMS Wasp - British brigantine


Nathaniel Drinkwater series by Richard Woodman


HM Cutter Kestrel


HM Brig Hellebore


HM Bomb-vessel Virago


HMS Melusine


HMS Antigone former French frigate


HMS Patrician


Vestal paddle-steamer


Para Handy series by Neil Munro


Vital Spark


Paul Gallant series by Victor Suthren


Echo corvette


The Chronicles of Narnia series by C. S. Lewis


Dawn Treader


Splendor Hyaline


Southern Victory Series by Harry Turtledove


USS Chapultepec — aircraft carrier


USS Dakota — Battleship — The Great War: American Front


CSS Fort Sumter — Confederate cruiser — The Great War: American Front


CSS Hot Springs — destroyer escort in the Second Great War


USS Josephus Daniels — destroyer escort in Second Great War


USS Oregon — battleship in Second Great War


USS Pocahantas, Arkansas — troop transport named after one of the rare US victories in the Second Mexican War


USS Punishment — US river monitor operating on the Mississippi — The Great War: Walk in Hell


USS Remembrance


Ripple — U.S. fishing boat — The Great War: American Front


USS Sandwich Islands


CSS Scallop — Confederate submarine — The Great War: American Front


Spray — Fishing trawler — The Great War: American Front


CSS Swamp Fox — Confederate commerce raider — The Great War: American Front


USS Trenton — aircraft carrier


CSS Whelk — Confederate submarine — The Great War: American Front


Travis McGee series by John D. McDonald


Busted Flush — houseboat


John Maynard Keynes


Thorstein Veblen


Dray Prescot series by Kenneth Bulmer (as Alan Burt Akers)


HMS Rockingham


Sherlock Holmes


The Five Orange Pips


Lone Star


The Cardboard Box


May Day (Liverpool and London Line)


Conqueror (Liverpool and London Line)


The Adventure of Black Peter


Sea Unicorn (whaler)


Bloody Jack series by Louis A. Meyer


HMS Dolphin


HMS Hope


HMS Wolverine


Bloodhound


Nancy B. Alsop


Belle of the Golden West


Emerald


HMS Juno


Jack Ryan universe series by Tom Clancy


Red October, a Soviet Typhoon-class submarine


V.K. Konovalov, a Soviet Alfa-class submarine


E.S. Politovsky, a Soviet Alfa-class submarine


Norse mythology


Hringhorni, the ship of Baldr


Naglfar, a ship in Norse mythology made of the fingernails and toenails of the dead


Skíðblaðnir, the ship of Freyr


Radio





Empress of Coconut — Potarneyland cruise liner, The Navy Lark


HMS Makepeace — British destroyer, The Navy Lark


Marie Valette — 18th century ship sunk in the English Channel, The Navy Lark


Poppadum — Potarneyland frigate, The Navy Lark


Saucy Seagull — British fishing trawler, The Navy Lark


HMS Troutbridge — British frigate, The Navy Lark


Stage





Flying Dutchman — in the opera The Flying Dutchman by Richard Wagner and other plays, movies and novels.


HMS Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan


Tarantula — The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan


USS Reluctant (AK-601) — Mister Roberts (also appears in novel, films, and TV series versions)


Television





HMAS Ambush — Patrol Boat


HMAS Defiance — Patrol Boat


HMAS Hammersley — Sea Patrol (TV series)


HMS Hero (F42) — Warship


Argonaut — Mike Nelson's boat in Sea Hunt, ' 50s series


Batboat — Batman


SS Bernice — a cargo ship in the Doctor Who serial Carnival of Monsters


Black Pig — Captain Pugwash — UK children's TV cartoon series


SS Claridon — Ocean liner (based on the RMS Queen Mary) in Ghost Whisperer


Golden Lolly — pirate ship, Henry's Cat


Gone Fission — Mr. Burns' yacht — The Simpsons


Greasy Fleece — pirate ship, Henry's Cat


Haunted Star — General Hospital


Horatio Hornblower


HMS Indefatigable — (Edward Pellew, Capt.)


HMS Hotspur —


HMS Justinian —


Papillion — French frigate


Le Rève — French sloop


JAG / NCIS universe


USS Angel Shark (SSGN-559)


USS Benjamin Harrison (CVN-79)


USS Bennington (CVN-78)


USS Bladensburg (LPH-12)


USS Cathedral City (SSN-757)


USS Cayuga (DDG-51)


USS Connolly (CVN-84)


USS Crawford (SSN-806)


USS Daniel Boone (DDG-72)


USS Ellyson (FFG-19)


USS Gainsville


USS Gillcrist (DDG-114)


USS Hartung (DD-998)


USS Hennessey (FFG-65)


USS John Cooper (DDG-99)


USS Manassas (CG-74)


USS Monroe Smith (FFG-63)


USS Montana (CGN-42)


USS Patrick Henry (CVN-74)


USS Reprisal (CV-35)


USS San Michel


USS Seahawk (CVN-65)


USS Skerrett (EDDG-31)


USS Stanley Dace


USS Stockdale (FFG-62)


USS Suribachi (LST-1186)


USS Thomas Jefferson


USS Thomas Lyons


USS Tigershark


USS Vance (DDG-101)


USS Wake Island


USS Watertown (SSN-696)


Vasiliev — Russian destroyer


USS Walter Mondale — laundry ship from The Simpsons, mentioned in the episode Bart vs. Australia


USS Kiwi — The Wackiest Ship in the Army


SS Lady Anne — cruise ship, "Passage on the Lady Anne" episode of The Twilight Zone


HMS Lindana - sloop - Phineas and Ferb


SS Minnow — Gilligan's Island


SS Moldavia - passenger ship, You Rang, M'Lord?


USS Monroe (DD-211) — The Pretender


The Onedin Line series


Anne Onedin — a steamship


Charlotte Rhodes — first ship of James Onedin


Medusa


Pampero


Soren Larsen


Naughty Jane — rowboat, Dad's Army


Persephone — log salvage boat from The Beachcombers


Piper Maru — French ship from The X-Files episode Piper Maru


U.S.S. Ardent — American naval destroyer from The X-Files episode Død Kalm


PT 73 — the PT boat from McHale's Navy


PT-116 — McHale's Navy


USS Reluctant (AK-601) — World War II cargo ship in Mister Roberts (also appears in novel, play and film versions)


SS Tipton — The Suite Life on Deck


USOS Seaview — Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


seaQuest DSV 4600 — seaQuest DSV


USS Sea Spanker — aircraft carrier, from the New Kids on the Blecch episode of The Simpsons


SkyDiver — UFO 1970–1971


Sultana —The Buccaneers 1956


Thunderbird 4 Thunderbirds


Temperance - Bones


Tiki III — schooner in Adventures in Paradise 1960s series by James Michener


Thunder — super speedboat in Thunder in Paradise 1994


Video games





Scinfaxi & Hrimfaxi — Aircraft carrier submarines featured in Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War


Gangplank Galleon — Donkey Kong Country series


Jolly Roger's ship — Super Mario 64


OFS Kestrel — Aircraft Carrier in Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War and Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War


SS Anne — Ship in Pokémon games


The Antaeus, an "adaptive cruiser" in Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising


USS Liberty — amphibious assault ship in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas


Luna Lucura — cargo vessel in Jurassic Park: Chaos Island


Maria Doria — Tomb Raider 2


The "Salty Hippo"- Captain Blubber's ship in the [Banjo-Kazooie] series of games.


The S.S. Zelbess (alternately the S.S. Invincible) in Chrono Cross


The Eastern Spirit — decommissioned Russian whaler rebuilt to serve as supply-ship and secondary laboratory in Cold Fear.


Elisabeth Dane — Small cargo ship Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines


The USS Ravenswood — Coastguard ship in Cold Fear.


The GFS Olympus and the GFS Valhalla from Metroid Prime 3: Corruption


The Space Pirate Vessel Orpheon from Metroid Prime


The GFS Tyr from Metroid Prime 2 Echoes


The Borealis — abandoned ship in Half-Life 2 Episode 2

The S.S. Selene — Cargo vessel commanded by Ronnie Olsen in Freedom Wings

The RMS Artanic - Royal Mail Ship commanded by Antares Andrews in Blockland

The Reaver - The name of Reaver's ship, originally going to be named the Narcissus in Fable II

Folklore

HMS Friday, a popular urban legend

Flying Dutchman

Courser or the Tuscarora, Alfred Bulltop Stormalong's clipper ship

RMS Titanic on film and TV

Saved from the Titanic (1912) · In Nacht und Eis (1912) · Atlantic (1929) · Titanic (1943) · Titanic (1953) · A Night to Remember (1958) · S.O.S. Titanic (1979) · Raise the Titanic (1980) · Titanic (TV miniseries) (1996) · No Greater Love (1996) · Titanic (1997) · The Legend of the Titanic (1999) · Titanic: The Legend Goes On (2001) · Ghosts of the Abyss (2003) · Titanic II (2010) · Titanic: Blood & Steel (2012)



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