Four ships and one shore establishment of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS ''Hibernia'' after the Latin name of Ireland:
* HMS ''Hibernia'' was to have been a 74-gun third rate. She was renamed in 1763 and launched in 1765.
* was a 110-gun first rate launched in 1804. She became the base flagship at Malta in 1855, and was broken up in 1902.
* HMS ''Hibernia'' was a base ship, launched in 1863 as the ironclad frigate HMS ''Achilles''. She became a base ship under the name HMS ''Hibernia'' in 1902, was renamed HMS ''Egmont'' in 1904, HMS ''Egremont'' in 1916 and HMS ''Pembroke'' in 1919, before being sold for scrapping in 1923.
* was a ''King Edward VII''-class pre-dreadnought battleship launched in 1905 and sold in 1921.
* is the Northern Irish base of the Royal Naval Reserve, commissioning in Lisburn in 2010.
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