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Nine ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Falmouth, after the town of Falmouth:

  • HMS Falmouth was a 30-gun ship, formerly the Dutch Rotterdam. She was captured in 1652 and sold in 1658.
  • HMS Falmouth was a 58-gun fourth rate launched in 1693 and captured by French privateers in the Mediterranean in 1704.
  • HMS Falmouth was a 50-gun fourth rate launched in 1708. She was reconstructed in 1729 and broken up in 1747.
  • HMS Falmouth was a 50-gun fourth rate launched in 1752. She was beached and abandoned at Batavia on 16 January 1765 after suffering serious battle damage off Manila.
  • HMS Falmouth was a schooner launched in 1807. She was used as a dockyard vessel until 1824 when she was converted to a mortar vessel. She reverted to a dockyard lighter in 1846 and was renamed YC1. She was renamed YC46 in 1870, reverting to Falmouth in 1870, and was sold in 1883.
  • HMS Falmouth was a 22-gun sixth rate launched in 1814 and sold in 1825.
  • HMS Falmouth was to have been a wooden screw sloop, ordered from Deptford Dockyard in 1860 and cancelled in the same year.
  • HMS Falmouth was to have been a wood screw corvette laid down in 1861 at Chatham Dockyard and cancelled in 1863.
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