A



Alarm -
Amsterdam Merchant - 100 tons, John Welland commander, beloning to his Majesty's good subjects.
Anglesey - Commanded by commodore Littleton.
Arab, HMS - British ship
Argyle - Man-of-war

B



Benjamin - Wrecked off Mauritius 1697
Bird - A galley commanded by captain Snelgrave. It was taken by pirates in 1719 and renamed Windham Galley.
Britannica - British war ship of 18 guns built in India.
Buck - Pirate ship (a sloop) in captain England's fleet.

C



Cadogan - Snow, commanded by captain Skinner and later Davis.
Cassandra - Commanded by Macrae and later taken by pirates who turned it into a pirate ship.
Chandos - A ship in Brown's squadron.
Charlot - Pirate ship in captain England's fleet.
Charlotte - English ship
Charming Sally - Captain Doran
Content - Sloop
Coward - Galley, captain Creed commander.
Crown - Captain Lovereigne.

D



Daylight - An Irish ship.
De Jouffro Johanne - Dutch ship, taken by Wildenrath.
De Sprekor - Probably the same as the Speaking Trumpet, or Spreek Trompet.
Defiance - A ship in Brown's squadron
Den Aarvagne - Danish schoner
Dolphin - Sloop of Ipswich, commanded by captain Haskell.
Dove Galley - Commanded by Humphreys in 1693
Duchesse Anne - French corsair commanded by Jacques Cassard. 16 guns, 112 men.

E



Eaton - Commanded by Authur Upton.
Elizabeth - A sloop, commanded by Richard Caverley.
Endeavour - Brigatine, John Shattock master.
Essex - A ship of 240 tons. Captain John Pinkethman in 1730.
Experiment - Merchantman

F



Fame - British war ship of 16 guns built in India.
Fancy - Pirate ship, commanded by Seagar, 38 guns, 280 men
Fortune - Pirate ship

G



Greenwich - A ship of 42 guns
Greyhound - Brittish man-of-war, 20 guns, and 120 men (1723)
Gripshunden - Gribshunden or Griffen (English: "Griffin-Hound"or "Griffin"), also known by several variant names including Gribshund, Gripshunden, Gripshund, Griff, and Griffone, was a Danish warship, the flagship of John, King of Denmark (r. 1481–1513). Gribshunden sank in 1495 after catching fire while in the Baltic Sea off the coast of Ronneby in southeastern Sweden; she is one of the best-preserved wrecks from the late medieval period.

H



H.M.S Swallow - A 50-gun fourth rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Deptford Dockyard and launched on 10 February 1703. Commanded by captain Ogle.
HDMS Lougen - Danish brig, 18 guns
Heroine - Richard Bleurow master
HMS Thistle (N24) - A T-class submarine of the Royal Navy.
Hood, HMS - HMS Hood was the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1920, she was named after the 18th-century Admiral Samuel Hood.

J



James -

K



King James - Pirate ship commanded by Davis
King Sagamore Galley - Galley of 22 guns. Commanded by Andrew Scott and taken by the pirate Low. Also referred to as Sycamore.

L



La Restauration - Earlier Postiljonen, commanded by Norcross and Wildenrath.
La Revange - Commanded by Gathenheilm.
Langenroode - Dutch ship
Le Partisan - French corsair commanded by Thomas Vasseur.
London - Active 1720-1732 Rated at 490 tons, 98 crew, 34 guns
Louis-Joseph - French vessel commanded by captain William Mens.
Lyon - Brittish ship (also Lion), 50 guns, 250 men.

M



Margaret - A ship commanded by captain Watt.
Marie-Anne - A merchant-ship from London. 12 guns.
Marwick Head - British steamer merchant.
Mary and Ann - A ship of London, carring Huguenot refugees to Virginia in 1700.
Mary and Sarah - Sloop. Thomas Dillon master.
Mary Ann - A Pink beloning to Dublin. Commanded by Andrew Crumsty. Also refferd to as Mary Anne.
Mercury - Captain Market commander
Monserrat Merchant - Commanded by Thos. Knight in 1717.
Morris -

N



Neptune - Scooner
Nossa Senhora do Cabo - Nossa Senhora do Cabo was a Portuguse crrack of 800 tons and 70 canons. She was built in Amsterdam 1711 and her name was then Gelderland. She was sold to the king of Portugal in 1717 and later taken by pirates. (Aka: Virgem de Cabo, La Nossa Senhora do Cabo e Sao Pedro de Alcantara, Nostra Senora della Cabo, Nostra Senhora do Cabo, Nossa Senhora do Cabo, Our Lady of the Cape, Virgen de Cabo)

O



Oeolus -

P



Pearl - Sloop
Peter and Anthony - Galley of London, Daniel Perreau commander.  A ship carring Huguenot refugees to Virginia in 1700.
Phram - A British ship used in India around 1720. Also refered to as The floating castle.
Portsmouth - British fith rate ship, ship of the line, 42 guns.
Postillion - Pirate ship commanded by Oliver Levasseur.
Postillion - A french corsair, commanded by Gédéon Bloquel. A barque from Dunkrik.
Providence - A larger sloop, about seventy or eighty tons

Q



Queen Anne's Revenge - Pirate-ship commanded by Black Beard. Origianlly a french ship called La Concorde.

R



Ranger - Pirate ship
Revenge - British war ship of 16 guns built in India.
Ruby, HMS - A 40-gun frigate of the Commonwealth of England, built by Peter Pett at Deptford and launched on 15 March 1652.

S



S/S Gertrud Bratt - Swedish steamer, sunk by German submarine.
S/S Lister - Swedish cargo-ship wich sunk in the North Sea during WWII. Perhaps sunk by a German submarine.
Sandwich - A 90-gun second rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched in 1679 at Harwich.
Sarah - A Scotch snow of Glasgow, commanded by captain John Somerville.
Sarah - A galley used for slave trade
Sirene - 420 tons. Commanded by Frank Pearse and John Butler. Also referd to as the Mermaid.
Snow-Tyger - Commanded by captain Barnet.
Speak Trumpet - English pirate ship
St Michael - Commanded by James Williams.
Sultana - Pirate ship commanded by Bellamy, previously (before taken) commanded by Richards. Also referred to as the Sultan Gally.

T



Terrible - British fifth rate fireship built 1694.
The Adventure Galley - Commanded by William Kidd.
The Bachelor - An American sloop, commanded by Benjamin Cross.
The Blessed William - Pirate ship commanded by William Kidd.
The Courade - A ship taken by the pirate Oliver Levasseur.
The Delight - A ship of Liverpool commanded by captain Thomas Wise.
The Dolphin - Privateer, commanded by captain Yankee in 1680.
The Edwin Fox - A ship built at Sulkeali on the Ganges Delta, India in 1853, as a Moulmein Trader, the last of her type. Similar to those built for the East India Company she was constructed exclusively of teak and saul timber in just 9 months. She was sold to Sir George Hodgkinson of London.
The Indian Queen - A english merchant ship taken by the pirate Oliver Levasseur.
The Jacob - Pirate ship
The Jason - 54 guns
The Norwich - Man of War
The Revenge - A pirate ship commanded by Gow. A former trading vessel of 200 tons commanded by the french captain Oliver Ferneau. Her first name was Caroline and later George.
The Rising Sun - Pirate-ship commanded by Cocklyn.
The Royal James - Pirate ship commanded by captain England. Previosly called the Pearl (under command of Tizard).
The Royal Rover - Pirate shipe commanded by Davis.
The Surprise - A lugger commanded by Conyngham.
Triumvirate - A ship from Bristol, commanded by captain Davis.
Truth - An Irish ship

U



U-1 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIA U-boat.
U-10 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-11 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-12 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-120 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-121 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-13 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-137 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-138 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-139 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-14 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-140 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-141 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-142 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-143 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-144 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-145 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-146 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-147 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-148 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-149 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-15 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-150 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-151 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-152 - German WWII submarine, a Type IID U-boat.
U-16 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-17 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-18 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-19 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-2 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIA U-boat.
U-20 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-21 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-22 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-23 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-24 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-3 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIA U-boat.
U-4 - German submarine, commanded by von Klot-Heydenfeldt.
U-5 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIA U-boat.
U-56 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-57 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-58 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-59 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-6 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIA U-boat.
U-60 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-61 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-62 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-63 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIC U-boat.
U-7 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-8 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
U-9 - German WWII submarine, a Type IIB U-boat.
Unidentified English ship - A galleon armed with 12-pounder cannons, captain Guillermo de Alua (Spanish translation)

V



Vanguard - A 90-gun second-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Portsmouth Dockyard and launched in 1678.
Vanguard, HMS - HMS Vanguard was a British fast battleship built during World War II and commissioned after the war. She was the only ship of her class, the biggest and fastest of the Royal Navy's battleships, and the last battleship to be launched in the world.
Vasa - Vasa (or Wasa) is a Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628. The ship foundered after sailing about 1,300 m (1,400 yd) into her maiden voyage on 10 August 1628.
Victory - British war ship of 24 guns built in India.
Victory - Pirate-ship commanded by Taylor.
Viner - About 330 tons, captain Arnoll.

W



Walma - Finish cargo ship, sunk by the German submarine U-4.
Whydah - Square-rigged three-masted galley, 110 feet, 300 tuns burthen. Slave ship and later a pirate, then commanded by Sam Bellamy. Also refferd to as WhidoWhiddo, Wedaw.
William - Rackam's pirate ship, earlier beloning to captain John Ham. About 12 tons, 4 great guns, 2 swivel guns, 12 men and 2 women.
Windsor Castle - A 90-gun second rate ship of the line of the English Royal Navy, built by Thomas Shish at Woolwich Dockyard, and launched in 1679.