What was the first Royal Navy ship?
Considering this, what was the first Navy ship?
USS United States
Beside above, how are Royal Navy ships named? The Royal Navy has various conventions mostly dependent on the class. Submarines & destroyers have usually been named according to letters (A class, B class etc.) Capital ship in particular are named after historical/traditional names.
Considering this, when did the Royal Navy begin?
1546, Kingdom of England
What are three facts about the British ship of the line?
Great Britain's Royal Navy, which rated its sailing ships by the number of guns they carried, considered ships of the first through third rates—that is, ships carrying 60 or 70 to 100 or 110 guns—to be ships of the line.