Twelve ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Antelope. Little information about early Antelopes is available.
HMS Antelope (F170) was a Type 21 frigate of the Royal Navy that participated in the Falklands War. Her keel was laid down March 23, 1971 by Vosper Thornycroft in Woolston. She was commissioned July 17, 1975.
HMS Antelope was a 54-gun fourth-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy that served in the Seven Years' War and the American Revolutionary War.
HMS Antelope, 6, was a 204 ton West Indian packet ship. She was attacked and captured on October 10, 1782. She was taken into Nantes, but Captain William Kempthorne, her commanding officer, re-purchased her on April 4, 1793, for Â£2750.16.8d (plus Â£34 for her ordnance stores)"http://www.xjt60.dial.pipex.com/id24.htm Actions, Damage & Losses."Falmouth Packet Archives 1688-1850..
HMS Antelope was a Royal Navy Alarm-class torpedo gunboat, that was launched in 1892 or 1893. She was no longer in service by 1906.
HMS Antelope was a British A-class destroyer. She was completed March 20, 1930 and assigned to the 18th Destroyer Flotilla, Channel Force, Home Fleet.
The first HMS Antelope was a ship of the English Royal Navy that was rebuilt two times and served from the time of King Henry VIII to the English Civil War. She is mostly remembered for being a part of the fleet that defeated the Spanish Armada.