Seven ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Hermione after Hermione, the daughter of Menelaus and Helen in Greek mythology.
HMS Hermione (F58) was a Leander-class frigate of the Royal Navy (RN). She was, like the rest of her class, named after a figure of mythology. Hermione was built by Alexander Stephen's & Sons Shipbuilders, though she was completed by Yarrow Shipbuilders.
HMS Hermione was a 32-gun fifth-rate frigate of the Royal Navy, launched in 1782, notorious for the mutiny which took place aboard her.
HMS Hermione was a Dido class cruiser of the Royal Navy, She was built by Alex. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland), with the keel being laid down on 6 October 1937.
HMS Hermione was an Astraea-class protected cruiser launched at Devonport in 1893. She served in World War I and was sold in 1921. She was renamed HMS Warspite in 1922, and broken up in 1940.