- HMS Amsterdam (1804) was the Dutch frigate Proserpine, which the British captured in 1804 when they captured Suriname. She was sold in 1815.
- HMS Amsterdam (1914) was a merchant vessel launched in 1894 and taken into service in 1914 as an armed boarding steamer. She was returned in September 1919.
- HMS Amsterdam (1943) was a merchant vessel launched in 1930 and converted to an LSI (S) - Landing Ship Infantry (Small) - in 1943. She carried elements of the United States 2nd Ranger Battalion to Pointe du Hoc on D-day. She was torpedoed in the Channel and sunk later in 1944.
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