- Success (prison ship), an Australian prison hulk and museum ship, 1840–1946
- HMS Success, a succession of Royal Navy ships, including:
- HMS Success (1825), on which Captain Stirling explored Western Australia
- HMS Success (G26), an S-class destroyer from 1943–1959
- HMAS Success has been the name of two ships in the Royal Australian Navy
- HMAS Success (H02), an S class destroyer launched in 1918
- HMAS Success (OR 304), a Durance class replenishment oiler launched in 1984
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Famous quotes containing the word ships:
“And when we can with Meeter safe,
Well call him so, if not plain Ralph,
For Rhime the Rudder is of Verses,
With which like Ships they steer their courses.”
—Samuel Butler (16121680)
“Havent you heard, though,
About the ships where war has found them out
At sea, about the towns where war has come
Through opening clouds at night with droning speed
Further oerhead than all but stars and angels
And children in the ships and in the towns?”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Give blue-eyed men their swivel chairs
To whirl in tall buildings.
Allow them many ships at sea,
And on land, soldiers
—Arna Bontemps (19021973)