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HMS Orion has been the name of several naval ships from different countries.
- HMS Orion (1787) was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line launched in 1787 and broken up in 1814.
- HMS Orion (1854) was an 80-gun second rate screw ship launched in 1854 and broken up in 1867.
- HMS Orion (1879) was an armoured corvette built for the Ottoman Empire but purchased by the Royal Navy in 1878 and launched in 1879. She was converted to a depot ship and renamed HMS Orontes in 1909, and was sold in 1913.
- HMS Orion was to have been an armoured cruiser. She was projected in 1904 but never built.
- HMS Orion (1910) was an Orion-class battleship launched in 1910 and sold in 1922.
- HMS Orion (85) was a Leander-class light cruiser launched in 1932 and sold in 1949.
- HMS Orion (1940) was a French submarine seized in 1940, laid up until 1943 and then broken up.
- Atlantic 1939
- Calabria 1940
- Mediterranean 1940-43-44
- Malta Convoys 1941
- Matapan 1941
- Greece 1941
- Crete 1941
- Sicily 1943
- Salerno 1943
- Aegean 1944
- Anzio 1944
- Normandy 1944
- South France 1944
- HSwMS Orion, in Sweden called HMS Orion, was a torpedo boat of the Swedish Navy, commissioned in 1903.
- HSwMS Orion (A201), in Sweden called HMS Orion, is a signals intelligence gathering vessel of the Swedish Navy, operated on behalf of the Swedish National Defence Radio Establishment.
- HMAS Orion was an Oberon-class submarine of the Royal Australian Navy launched in 1974 and decommissioned and laid up in 1996.
- Orion (ship), various ships named "Orion"
- 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.
- A.E. Weightman : Crests and Badges of H.M. Ships (1957) ISBN (none)
- KnowledgeRush.com: HMS Orion
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