Nine ships of the
Royal Navy have been named HMS , after the Amazon mythical female warriors.
HMS was a 26-gun Amazon (1745) frigate, formerly the French ship Panthère, built in 1744 and captured in 1745. She was sold in 1763.
HMS was a 32-gun frigate launched in 1773 and broken up in 1794. Amazon (1773)
HMS was a 36-gun frigate launched in 1795 at Amazon (1795) Rotherhithe. She ran aground and was lost in 1797 when HMS and HMS Indefatigable Amazon defeated the French ship in 1797. Droits de l'Homme
HMS was a 38-gun frigate launched in 1799 at Amazon (1799) Woolwich and broken up in 1817.
HMS was a 46-gun frigate launched in 1821. She was converted to carry 24 guns in 1844 and sold in 1863. Amazon (1821)
HMS was an Amazon (1865) wooden screw Amazon-class sloop launched in 1865 and sunk on 10 July 1866 in a collision in the English Channel.
HMS , launched in 1908, was a Amazon (1908) Tribal-class destroyer stationed at Dover, England during the First World War. She was broken up in 1919.
HMS , launched in 1926, was a prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Amazon (D39) Second World War, and was broken up in 1948.
HMS , launched in 1971, was the first Amazon (F169) Type 21 frigate, and the only one not to take part in the Falklands War. She was sold to Pakistan in 1993 and renamed . Babur