List of Royal Navy shore establishments

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This is a list of shore establishments (or stone frigates) of the Royal Navy and Royal Naval Reserve.

Current Royal Navy shore establishments[edit]

Naval bases[edit]

Planned naval bases[edit]

  • Mina Salman Port, Bahrain[1][2]

Air stations[edit]

Training establishments[edit]

Other[edit]

Defence Munitions Centres[edit]

Formerly Royal Naval Armaments Depot and formally elements of Defence Equipment and Support.

Testing establishments[edit]

De facto shore establishments[edit]

Current Royal Marines establishments[edit]

Significant RM presences are also located in:

Current Royal Naval Reserve units and establishments[edit]

The modern RNR has fourteen Royal Naval Reserve Units (with 4 satellite units). These are:

Former shore establishments[edit]

Former naval bases[edit]

Main article: Royal Navy Dockyard

Former air stations[edit]

Former Royal Naval Hospitals[edit]

Former Royal Naval Hospitals

Former shore bases[edit]

A to D[edit]

E to K[edit]

L to R[edit]

S to Z[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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