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- HMS Hebe (1782) was a French 38-gun frigate captured in 1782, renamed Blonde in 1805, and broken up in 1811.
- HMS Hebe (1804) was a 32-gun fifth rate in service from 1804 to 1813. Because Hebe served in the navy's Egyptian campaign (8 March to 8 September 1801), her officers and crew qualified for the clasp "Egypt" to the Naval General Service Medal, which the Admiralty issued in 1847 to all surviving claimants.[Note 1]
- HMS Hebe (1826) was a 46-gun Leda-class frigate launched in 1826, made a receiving ship in 1839, hulked in 1861, and broken up 1873.
- HMS Hebe (1892) was an Alarm-class torpedo gunboat launched in 1892, converted to a minesweeper in 1909, and sold 1919.
- HMS Hebe (J24) was a Halcyon-class minesweeper launched in 1936 and sunk by a mine off Bari in November 1943.
- Hebe (1804 ship) was launched at Leith. For eight years she served the Royal Navy as a hired armed ship and transport. Her contract lasted from 27 April 1804 to 30 October 1812. She spent her entire naval career escorting convoys to the Baltic. She became a transport that an American privateer captured in March 1814.
Notes, citations, and references
- Colledge, J. J.; Warlow, Ben (2006) . Ships of the Royal Navy: The Complete Record of all Fighting Ships of the Royal Navy (Rev. ed.). London: Chatham Publishing. ISBN 978-1-86176-281-8.