Seven ships of the
Royal Navy have been named HMS , after the Arrow projectile:
HMS , a 20-gun sloop launched in 1796 that the Arrow (1796) French frigates and Incorruptible captured near Hortense Gibraltar on 4 February 1805; she sank the same day
HMS , a 14-gun Arrow (1805) cutter launched at Deptford Dockyard on 7 September 1805, and converted to a breakwater in May 1815. Broken up in May 1828.
HMS , a 10-gun cutter launched at Arrow (1823) Portsmouth on 14 March 1823 and broken up in January 1852.
HMS , a 477-ton Arrow (1854) wooden screw dispatch vessel launched at Arrow-class Leamouth on 26 June 1854 and sold on 19 May 1862.
HMS , an Arrow (1871) launched at Ant-class iron gunboat Greenwich on 22 April 1871 and sold on 1 March 1922.
HMS , launched 1929, was an Arrow (H42) A-class destroyer that served in World War II and was damaged beyond repair in Algiers harbour in 1944 when an ammunition ship exploded. The hulk was broken up in May 1949.
HMS , launched 1974, was a Arrow (F173) Type 21 frigate that served in the Falklands War. She was sold to Pakistan in 1994 and renamed . Kaibar
Royal Australian Navy had a 146-ton patrol boat HMAS . Launched on 17 February 1968, it was wrecked on 25 December 1974 at Arrow (P 88) Darwin, Australia during Cyclone Tracy.
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