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Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Ramsey
- HMS Ramsey - originally Isle of Man Steam Packet Company's passenger ferry The Ramsey, commissioned in 1914 as an armed boarding steamer, and sunk in 1915.
- HMS Ramsey (G60) - originally USS Meade (DD-274), a Clemson-class destroyer transferred from the US Navy in 1940.
- HMS Ramsey (M110) - is the tenth Sandown-class minehunter, launched in 1999 and currently in service.
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