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Five ships of the Royal Navy have carried the name HMS Handy:
- HMS Handy (1856) was a Clown class gunboat launched 1856, sold at Lagos 1868.
- HMS Handy was a 38-gun fifth rate launched 1812 as HMS Nymphe, on harbour service 1836, renamed Handy 1871, broken up 1875.
- HMS Handy (1882) was a Rendel gunboat (or 'flat-iron') launched 1882, used for gun trials, renamed Excellent 1891 as a gunnery training ship, renamed Calcutta 1916, renamed Snapper 1917, sold 1924, broken up 2008.
- HMS Handy (1895) was a Handy class destroyer launched 1895, sold in Hong Kong 1916.
- HMS Handy was a H class destroyer ordered by the Brazilian navy as Jurua, purchased by the British before launch, launched as Handy September 1939, renamed Harvester January 1940, sunk 1943.
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