NameClassCountryYear of Launch
N (Planned)  M-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1942 (Projected, not actual)  
N  No Classification  Germany    
N (Planned)  M-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1945 (Projected, not actual)  
N (Planned)  H-class Battleship  Germany  1943 (Projected, not actual)  
N2 (Planned)  M2-class Light Cruiser  Germany  1947 (Projected, not actual)  
Nachi  Myoko-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1927  
Nagara  Nagara-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1922  
Nagato  Nagato-class Battleship  Japan  1919  
Nagatsuki  Mutsuki-class Destroyer  Japan  1927  
Naka  Sendai-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1925  
Narwhal  Narwhal-class Submarine  United States    
Nashville  Brooklyn-class Light Cruiser  United States  1937  
Natoma Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1943  
Natori  Nagara-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1922  
Nautilus  Narwhal-class Submarine  United States  1930  
Nehenta Bay  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States    
Nelson  Nelson-class Battleship  United Kingdom  1925  
Neptune  Leander-class Light Cruiser  United Kingdom  1933  
Nevada  Nevada-class Battleship  United States  1914  
New Jersey  Iowa-class Battleship  United States  1942  
New Mexico  New Mexico-class Battleship  United States  1917  
New Orleans  New Orleans-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1933  
New York  New York-class Battleship  United States  1912  
Newcastle  Town-class Light Cruiser  United Kingdom  1936  
Ninghai  Ninghai-class Light Cruiser  China  1931  
Nisshin  Nisshin-class Seaplane Carrier  Japan  1939  
No. 101/103-class Summary Information  No. 101/103-class Landing Ship  Japan    
North Carolina  North Carolina-class Battleship  United States  1940  
Northampton  Northampton-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1929  
Noshiro  Agano-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1942  
Nymphe  No Classification  Germany    
N√ľrnberg¬†¬†Leipzig-class Light Cruiser¬†¬†Germany¬†¬†1934¬†¬†



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