The White Ship
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The White Ship can refer to:
- The White Ship, a vessel which sank in the English Channel in 1120, drowning William Adelin, the only legitimate son of King Henry I of England
- "The White Ship" (story), a 1919 short story by H. P. Lovecraft
- "The White Ship" (song), a composition by the psychedelic rock band, H. P. Lovecraft
- The White Ship (Aitmatov novel), a 1970 novel by Chingiz Aitmatov
- The White Ship (French novel), a 2002 novel by Jackie French
- The White Ship (Payne novel), a 1975 novel by Donald G. Payne
- The White Ship (1941 film), an Italian war film directed by Roberto Rossellini
- The White Ship (1976 film), a 1976 Soviet film
- The white ship (Estonian: valge laev) is a legendary ship in Estonian folklore, that is long waited and will eventually save everyone, who boards it.
- The white ship that took Frodo and other key characters on the final journey in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
- The White Ship that carried the remains of humanity to the Nowhere Islands in Mother 3, a 2006 video game
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