HMS Royal Oak
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- HMS Royal Oak (1664) was a 76-gun second rate launched in 1664 and burnt by the Dutch in 1667 in the Raid on the Medway.
- HMS Royal Oak (1674) was a 70-gun third rate launched in 1674, rebuilt in 1690, 1713, and 1741. Her 1741 rebuild left her as a 64-gun fourth rate. She was a prison ship between 1756 and 1763, and was broken up in 1764.
- HMS Royal Oak (1769) was a 74-gun third rate launched in 1769 and used as a prison ship from 1796. She was renamed HMS Assistance in 1805, and was broken up in 1815.
- HMS Royal Oak was to have been a 74-gun third rate but she was renamed HMS Renown before her launch in 1798.
- HMS Royal Oak (1809) was a 74-gun third rate launched in 1809, on harbour service from 1825, and broken up in 1850.
- HMS Royal Oak (1862) was an ironclad frigate launched in 1862 and sold in 1885.
- HMS Royal Oak (1892) was a Royal Sovereign-class battleship launched in 1892 and scrapped in 1914.
- HMS Royal Oak (08) was a Revenge-class battleship launched in 1914 and sunk at anchor in 1939, in Scapa Flow.
Ships named Royal Oak have earned the following battle honours:
- Lowestoft, 1665
- Four Days' Battle, 1666
- Orfordness, 1666
- Barfleur, 1692
- Malaga, 1704
- Passero, 1718
- Chesapeake, 1781
- The Saints, 1782
- Jutland, 1916
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