Three ships of the
Royal Navyhave borne the name HMS "Unique":
*HMS "Unique" was a 10-gun
schoonercaptured from the French in 1803, and recaptured by a French privateerin 1806.
*HMS "Unique" was a 12-gun gun-brig, originally the French privateer "Duquesne". She was captured in 1807 by HMS "Blonde" and was burned by French forces at
*HMS "Unique" was a U-class submarine launched in 1940 and sunk in 1942.
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