Duke of York (ship)
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- Duke of York, an East Indiaman that made four voyages for the British East India Company between 1717 and 1731.
- Duke of York was built in 1780 at Archangel, and wrecked on 11 September 1787 at New Years Harbour.
- HM Hired armed cutter Duke of York
- HM Hired armed lugger Duke of York
- Duke of York was the brig Sophia, of 120 tons (bm), built c. 1812, that the government in Van Diemen's Land purchased in 1822 and renamed. The government hulked her in 1826 at Hobart and used her to house convicts. She was beached c.1840-1 due to her poor state. The government advertised her for sale in 1843 but she may have been broken up and the remains buried in landfill.
- Duke of York, an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company between 1817 and 1832, and that during her ninth voyage was driven on shore by a hurricane 21 May 1832 and condemned at Calcutta on 6 June.
- Duke of York, a barque launched in 1817 and wrecked in 1837, but that delivered the first pioneers to South Australia
- Duke of York, a hired brigantine wrecked off Guadeloupe in December 1838
- Duke of York, built for the London and North Western Railway, sold in 1911, and renamed Peel Castle. She served during World War I as an armed boarding vessel, returned to civilian service in 1919, and was broken up in 1939.
- Duke of York, built for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, passing to British Railways and in service until sold in 1964. In 1942 the Royal Navy requisitioned her, renamed her Prince of Wellington, and converted her to a "Landing Ship, Infantry (Hand-Hoisting)"; as such she participated in the raid on Dieppe and the Normandy Landings.
- HMS Duke of York, two ships of the British Royal Navy
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