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HMS Imperieuse Six ships and a training establishment of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS "Imperieuse":
HMS Imperieuse (1852) HMS "Imperieuse" (1852) was a wooden screw steam frigate launched in 1852. From 1854 the ship served in the Baltic Sea during the Crimean War.
HMS Imperieuse (1793) By 1811 "Unite" was still operating in the Mediterranean, under Captain Chamberlayne.
HMS Imperieuse (1793) On 16 June 1812 boats from "Unite", and captured three vessels of from eighty to one hundred tons in the small port of Badisea, near Otranto.
HMS Imperieuse (1883) The "Imperieuse"-class ships were designed as enlarged and improved versions of the to counter the threat of enemy armoured ships encountered abroad. The ships had a length between perpendiculars of , a beam of and a deep draught of . The ships were designed to displace , but displaced as built, an increase of over . The steel-hulled ships were fitted with a ram and their hulls were sheathed in teak which was covered in copper to reduce biofouling. Their crew numbered approximately 555 officers and other ranks.
HMS Imperieuse (1793) "Imperieuse" entered service in 1795, and operated in the West Indies off Martinique and Surinam for most of the French Revolutionary Wars, under the command of Captain John Poo Beresford. "Imperieuse" returned to Britain at the Peace of Amiens.
HMS Imperieuse (training establishment) The two ships spent a brief period at Gairloch before it was decided by the Admiralty to move the establishment to Devonport. The ships reverted to being "Revenge" and "Resolution" for the tow, and arrived at Devonport on 11 December 1944. They were commissioned that day as HMS "Imperieuse", but retained their individual names. They were later joined by a number of other ships that had been reduced from active duty. These included the battlecruiser , the battleship , the aircraft carrier and the light cruiser HMS "Newfoundland". These were all jointly commissioned as HMS "Imperieuse" on 21 June 1946, but the ships retained their individual names.
HMS Imperieuse (1883) The ship had two 3-cylinder, inverted compound steam engines, each driving a single propeller, using steam provided by a dozen oval and cylindrical boilers. The engines produced used forced draught and "Imperieuse" reached on her sea trials. The "Imperieuse"-class ships carried a maximum of of coal which gave them an economical range of at a speed of . The ship was initially brig-rigged with two masts, but these were replaced by a single military mast amidships shortly after completion as she proved to have very poor sailing qualities during her trials and to reduce weight by .
HMS Imperieuse (1793) The Impérieuse was a 40-gun "Minerve"-class frigate of the French Navy. The Royal Navy captured her in 1793 and she served first as HMS "Imperieuse" and then from 1803 as HMS "Unite". She became a hospital hulk in 1836 and was broken up in 1858.
HMS Imperieuse (1793) In 1788, "Imperieuse" cruised in the Middle East, and the Aegean Sea the two following years. She performed another cruise off the Middle East before returning to Toulon. On 11 October 1793, "Impérieuse" was captured off La Spezia by HMS "Captain" and the Spanish ship of the line "Bahama" following the Raid on Genoa.