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Eight ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Intrepid:
- HMS Intrepid was a 64-gun third rate, previously the French ship Serieux. She was captured in 1747 and broken up by 1765.
- HMS Intrepid was a 64-gun third rate launched in 1770, used for harbour service from 1810 and sold in 1828.
- HMS Intrepid was a 16-gun sloop launched in 1780. She foundered in 1800.
- HMS Intrepid was a wooden screw discovery sloop, previously the civilian Free trade. She was purchased in 1850 and briefly named HMS Perseverance. She was renamed HMS Intrepid later in 1850 and was abandoned in the Arctic in 1854.
- HMS Intrepid was a wooden screw gunvessel launched in 1855 and sold in 1864.
- HMS Intrepid (1891) was an Apollo class protected cruiser launched in 1891. She was converted to a minelayer in 1910 and was sunk as a blockship in the Zeebrugge raid in 1918.
- HMS Intrepid (D10) was an I class destroyer launched in 1936 and sunk by air attack in 1943.
- HMS Intrepid (L11) was a Fearless class landing platform dock launched in 1964. She was laid up in 1991 and used for spare parts, being sent for scrapping in 2008.
The ships named HMS Intrepid have amassed a sizeable number of battle honours.
- Minorca 1756
- Lagos 1759
- Quiberon 1759
- Havana 1762
- Martinique 1780
- Chesapeake 1781
- St Kitts 1782
- Toulon 1793
- Martinique 1809
- Zeebrugge 1918
- Atlantic 1939-1941
- Dunkirk 1940
- Norway 1940
- Bismarck Action 1941
- Arctic 1941-1943
- Malta Convoys 1942
- Sicily 1943
- Salerno 1943
- Aegean 1943
- Falkland Islands 1982
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