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A number of sailing ships have been named Friendship:
- Friendship (1784), a 278 burthen ton brig built in Scarborough in 1784, that transported convicts to Botany Bay in 1788, as part of the First Fleet. She was scuttled in 1788.
- Friendship (1793), a 430 burthen ton ship built in London in 1793, that transported convicts to Sydney in 1800 and 1818.
- Friendship (1797), a East Indiaman.
- Friendship of Salem, a replica built in 2000 of the 1797 East Indiaman.
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