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Fleet may refer to:
A fleet is a collection of ships or vehicles, with many specific connotations:
- Fleet vehicles, a pool of motor vehicles owned or leased by a business, government agency or other organisation
- Fishing fleet
- Naval fleet, substantial group of warships
- A group of small ships or flotilla
- A group of racing sailboats. A superset whose subsets are called "classes". Classes may be non-identical boat types grouped into handicap rating bands or ranges, or classes may be groups of ("one-design") boat types, identical within their respective class. A class may be further subdivided into "divisions" and/or "flights".
A fleet is a saline waterway found in river marshes:
- Fleet, Kent, a waterway in the Thames marshes, England
Fleet is found in place names:
- Fleet, Dorset, England
- Fleet, Hampshire, England
- River Fleet, subterranean river in London, England
- Fleet, Lincolnshire, England
- Gatehouse of Fleet, small town in Scotland
- Water of Fleet, a river in Scotland
- Fleet, Alberta, Canada
- Fleet, Kentucky, US
- Fleet (surname)
- Fleet Aircraft
- FleetBoston Financial, a financial institution also known as Fleet Bank
- Fleet Farm, American farm and ranch supply store chain
- Fleet Foxes, American band
- Fleet (laxative), brand name for bisacody
- Fleet services, English motorway service station
- Fleet Spurs F.C.
- Ebbsfleet United F.C., whose nickname is The Fleet
- All pages beginning with "Fleet"
- All pages with titles containing "Fleet"
- The Fleet (disambiguation)
- First fleet (disambiguation)
- Second Fleet (disambiguation)
- Third Fleet (disambiguation)
- Fourth Fleet (disambiguation)
- Fifth Fleet (disambiguation)
- Sixth Fleet (disambiguation)
- Seventh Fleet (disambiguation)
- 8th Fleet (disambiguation)
- 9th Fleet
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