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Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Venturer.
- HMS Venturer was a 14-gun cutter purchased in 1787 and named HMS Ranger (1787). She was captured by the French in 1794, recaptured in 1797, then briefly retaken but finally recaptured. She was recommissioned as HMS Venturer and was sold in 1803.
- HMS Venturer (1807) was a 10-gun schooner, previously the French ship Nouvelle Enterprise. HMS Nimrod captured her in 1807. She was renamed HMS Theodocia in 1812 and sold in 1814.[a]
- HMS Venturer (P68) was a V-class submarine launched in 1943 and sold to the Norwegian Navy in 1946. She was renamed HNoMS Utstein and was scrapped in 1964.
- HMS Venturer has been a name allocated to three tenders of HMS Flying Fox, the Bristol Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Division:
- HMS Venturer (1978) was a converted minesweeper launched in 1972 as the commercial trawler Suffolk Harvester. She was converted and commissioned into the Severn RNR in 1978 and was returned to her original owner in 1983. She was converted into an oil rig safety/standby vessel.
a. ^ British Warships in the Age of Sail, 1793-1817 by Rif Winfield has this as taken 17 December 1807, renamed HMS Theodosia upon registration on 19 December 1808 and sold 15 December 1814.
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