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Three ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary have borne the name RFA Bayleaf:
- RFA Bayleaf was an oiler, previously the civilian vessel Cevic. She was bought in 1914 and used as a dummy vessel to imitate the battlecruiser HMS Queen Mary. In 1915 she was converted to an oiler and renamed RFA Bayol, . She was renamed Bayleaf in 1917 and sold to Royal Dutch Shell in 1920.
- RFA Bayleaf was an Leaf-class tanker, built as the civilian London Integrity for London & Overseas Freighters in 1955. She was bareboat chartered in 1959 and returned to her owners in 1973.
- RFA Bayleaf is a Leaf-class tanker chartered in 1982 and decommissioned in 2011.
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