HMS Collingwood

Three ships and one shore establishment of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Collingwood, after Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood, 1st Baron Collingwood.

  • HMS Collingwood (1841) - An 80-gun second-rate battleship, converted to screw propulsion in 1861, and sold in 1867.
  • HMS Collingwood (1882) - A battleship in service from 1882 to 1909.
  • HMS Collingwood (1908) - One of the first Dreadnought battleships, in action at Jutland, and sold for breaking up in 1922.
  • HMS Collingwood (establishment) - The shore establishment of this name was formed in 1940 as an entry camp for new recruits. Since World War II it has housed a number of Royal Navy training units.