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- HMS Nimrod was an 18-gun sloop, previously the French ship Éole. HMS Solebay captured her in 1799 and the Royal Navy sold her in 1811.
- HMS Nimrod (1812) was an 18-gun Cruizer class brig sloop launched in 1812 and wrecked in 1827 when she was driven ashore after her anchor broke; she was refloated and gotten into dock where she was sold later that year.
- HMS Nimrod (1828) was a 20-gun sloop, previously a sixth rate named HMS Andromeda. She was renamed in 1827, before being launched in 1828. She was used as a coal hulk from 1853, being renamed C 1, and then C76. She was eventually sold in 1907.
- HMS Nimrod (1839) was an iron paddle gunboat launched in 1839, re-erected at Basra in 1840 and on the Navy lists until 1859.
- HMS Nimrod (1836) was a wood screw gunboat launched in 1856 and sold in 1865.
- HMS Nimrod (1915) was a Marksman class (also known as Lightfoot class) destroyer leader launched in 1915 and sold in 1926.
- HMS Nimrod (1940) was a shore establishment at Campbeltown, Argyll. Principal Asdic training school for officers and men from early 1940.
- Gossett (1986), p.102.
- Colledge, J. J.; Warlow, Ben (2006) . Ships of the Royal Navy: The Complete Record of all Fighting Ships of the Royal Navy (Rev. ed.). London: Chatham Publishing. ISBN 978-1-86176-281-8. OCLC 67375475.
- Gossett, William Patrick (1986) The lost ships of the Royal Navy, 1793-1900. (London: Mansell). ISBN 0-7201-1816-6
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