Nicolas Morice (born 1774) was a French navy officer. He was born Lorient.
In 1810 he was promoted to Commander. He took command of the frigate Andromaque, part of a squadron raiding commerce in the Atlantic, along with the Ariane, under Jean-Baptiste-Henri Féretier. Andromaque was destroyed upon her return to Lorient after catching fire during an artillery duel with the 74-gun HMS Northumberland during the Action of 22 May 1812. Feretier and Morice were court-martialed for the loss of their ships, stripped of their rank, and forbidden from commanding a ship for three years. They were, however, quickly reintegrated.
Morice was promoted to Captain 1st class in 1827.
- Legion of Honour
- Order of Saint Louis in 1814.