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Several ships have been named Yamato (大和 / ヤマト?):
- Japanese corvette Yamato, corvette of the Katsuragi-class corvette, launched in 1885 and used as a prison from 1935. Sunk by a typhoon in 1945.
- Yamato-class battleship, a class of 2 Japanese battleships and a aircraft carrier of World War II
- Yamato Maru, originally the Italian ship Giuseppe Verdi that was built in 1914 and transported thousands of Italians to Ellis Island; sold to the Japanese in the 1920s and renamed Yamato Maru, sunk by a US submarine in 1943 in the Philippines.
- Yamato 1, the first working prototype of a ship with a magnetohydrodynamic drive
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