|Commissioned:||7 June 1917|
|Fate:||Scrapped 9 December 1919|
|Class & type:||Tribal-class destroyer|
|Speed:||33 kn (38 mph; 61 km/h)|
HMS Zubian was a First World War Royal Navy Tribal-class destroyer constructed from the forward end of HMS Zulu and the rear and mid sections of HMS Nubian. The name Zubian is a portmanteau of the names of the original ships.
Nubian's bow had been destroyed by a torpedo from a German destroyer on the night of 26–27 October 1916 off Folkestone. She was taken in tow and run ashore near Dover. Zulu had her stern blown off by a mine near Dunkirk on 8 November 1916 and was towed to Calais. Both wrecks were then towed to Chatham Dockyard where Zubian was constructed by joining the foreparts of Zulu with the stern of Nubian, despite a 3.5 inches (89 mm) difference in beam. She served until the end of the war, sinking the mine-laying U-boat UC-50 on 4 February 1918 off the coast of Essex by ramming followed by depth charges. Zubian was sold to be broken up at Fryer, Sunderland on 9 December 1919.