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Admiralty refers to the function of providing and commanding a Navy.
It gives its name to:
- Admiralty law, also called Maritime Law
- Russian Admiralty, the authority responsible for the Imperial Russian Navy
- Admiralty, the authority responsible for HM Royal Navy before 1964
- United Kingdom Hydrographic Office produces the Admiralty brand of charts.
- Admiralty Board (United Kingdom), the post-1964 board responsible for the Royal Navy
- The term Admiralty was commonly used to refer to the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service
- Admiralty of Amsterdam
- Admiralty of Rotterdam (also called the Admiralty of de Maze)
- Admiralty of Friesland
- Admiralty of the Noorderkwartier (also called the Admiralty of West-Friesland)
- Admiralty of Zeeland
- Admiralstab, the German Imperial Admiralty Staff
- Admiralty, Singapore an area in the north-western region of Singapore, near Kranji and Woodlands, which is closest to Malaysia.
- Admiralty MRT Station a MRT station (NS10) on North South Line in Singapore
- Admiralty, Hong Kong an area in between Central and Wanchai
- Admiralty Station (MTR) an MTR station in Hong Kong
- Admiralty Arch in London, England
- Admiralty Bay (disambiguation), multiple bodies of water
- Admiralty Inlet (Nunavut), Canada
- Admiralty Island, Alaska, USA
- Admiralty Island (Nunavut), Canada
- Admiralty Islands, a part of the Manus Province of Papua New Guinea
- Admiralty Mountains in Victoria Land of Antarctica
Ships and shipping
- Admiralty Shipyard in Saint Petersburg, Russia
- HMS Admiralty, the name of two yachts of the British Royal Navy
- USS Admiralty Islands (CVE-99), a United States Navy aircraft carrier
- Admiralty House, London
- Admiralty House, Sydney
- Old Admiralty House, Singapore
- Dutch Admiralty, a group of follies at Tsarskoye Selo, Russia
- Admiralty building, Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Admiralty brass, contains 30% zinc and 1% tin which inhibits dezincification in most environments
- Admiralty scaffolding, a military barrier
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