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- HMS Tryton (1702) was a 42-gun fifth rate, originally the French ship Triton, captured by the British in 1702 at the Battle of Vigo Bay, and sold in 1709.
- HMS Tryton (1741) was a sloop in commission in 1741.
- HMS Tryton (1745) was a 24-gun sixth-rate frigate launched in 1745 and burned on 28 April 1758 to avoid capture by the French.
- HMS Triton (1771) was a 28-gun sixth-rate frigate launched in 1771. She served with Rear Admiral Sir Samuel Hood's fleet off Nevis on 25 January 1782. She was broken up in 1796.
- HMS Triton (1796) was a 32-gun fifth-rate frigate launched in 1796. She served in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars and was broken up in 1820.
- HMS Triton (1846) was an iron paddle sloop launched in 1846 and sold in 1872.
- HMS Triton (1882) was a paddle survey vessel launched in 1882. She was a school ship at Gravesend from 1919, and was broken up in 1961.
- HMS Triton (N15) was a T-class submarine launched in 1937 and sunk in 1940.
- HMS Tryton Prize was a 28-gun sixth rate, formerly the French privateer Royal. She was captured in 1705 by HMS Tryton and was sold in 1709.
- RV Triton was an experimental trimaran operated by the Royal Navy in the early 2000s before being sold to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency in 2005 as a survey vessel. She was not commissioned however and did not carry the HMS prefix.
- 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.
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