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A number of sailing ships have been named Eliza.
- Eliza, a 10-ton (bm) long boat that disappeared off the coast of Victoria, Australia in 1797.
- Eliza (1806 ship), a 512/538-ton (bm) merchant ship built in British India in 1806, that made five voyages transporting convicts to Australia.
- Eliza (1808), a 135-ton (bm) merchant ship built in Providence, Rhode Island that was wrecked SSW off Nairai Island, Fiji in 1808.
- Eliza (1811 ship), a 200-ton merchant ship built in Calcutta, British India in 1811, that made two voyages transporting convicts from Calcutta to Australia.
- Eliza (1815 ship), a 391-ton merchant ship built in Java, Netherlands East Indies in 1815. She made two voyages transporting convicts from England to Australia.
- Eliza (1824 ship), a 344-ton merchant ship built at Prince Edward Island, Canada in 1824. She made one voyage transporting convicts from Hobart Town to Sydney.
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