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- HMS Centurion (1650) was a 34-gun ship launched in 1650 and wrecked in 1689.
- HMS Centurion (1691) was a 48-gun fourth-rate launched in 1691 and broken up in 1728.
- HMS Centurion (1732) was a 60-gun fourth-rate launched in 1732 and broken up 1769.
- HMS Centurion (1774) was a 50-gun fourth-rate launched in 1774. She was reduced to harbour service in 1809, sank at her moorings in 1824 and was raised and broken up in 1825.
- HMS Centurion was a 74-gun third-rate launched in 1812 as HMS Clarence. She was renamed HMS Centurion in 1826 and was broken up in 1828.
- HMS Centurion (1844) was an 80-gun third-rate launched in 1844. She was converted to screw propulsion in 1855, and sold in 1870.
- HMS Centurion (1892) was a Centurion-class battleship launched in 1892 and sold in 1910.
- HMS Centurion (1911) was a King George V-class battleship launched in 1911. She was converted to a target ship in 1926, rated as an escort ship in 1940, and was sunk off Arromanches as a breakwater in 1944.
- HMS Centurion was to have been a 9,000 ton cruiser, planned in 1945, but cancelled in 1946.
- HMS Centurion (shore establishment) was the central drafting depot established at Haslemere in 1956, commissioned in 1957 and named in 1964. The base moved to Gosport, becoming a drafting depot and a pay and accounting centre, in 1970. It was paid off in 1994, becoming Centurion building, a tender to HMS Sultan, mainly responsible for personnel and Human Resources functions.
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