USS New YorkThere have been at least five United States Navy ships that have borne the name New York, after the 11th state. See USS New York City for those named after the City.
- The first New York was a gondola, built on Lake Champlain in 1776, that participated in the Battle of Valcour Island.
- The second New York was a 36-gun frigate commissioned on 1800 and burned by the British in 1814.
- The third New York was a 74-gun ship of the line, laid down in 1820 but which never left the stocks and was burned in 1861.
- A screw sloop named New York was laid down in 1863 as Ontario, renamed in 1869, and sold while still on the stocks, in 1888.
- The fourth New York (CA-2) was an armored cruiser commissioned in 1893, in action in the Spanish-American War, renamed to Saratoga in 1911, renamed Rochester in 1917, decommissioned in 1933, and scuttled in 1941.
- The fifth New York (BB-34) was a battleship commissioned in 1914, in action in both World War I and World War II, decommissioned in 1946 and sunk as a target ship in 1948.
- The sixth New York (LPD-21) is an amphibious transport dock scheduled to begin construction perhaps as early as 2007.