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The main article for this category is List of ship launches in 1889.

This category is for ships launched in the year 1889.

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Chilean ship Casma (1889)

Curlip

Dove (steamboat)

Fairhaven (sternwheeler)

French cruiser Jean Bart

Greek ironclad Hydra

Greek ironclad Spetsai

HMS Blake (1889)

HMS Boomerang (1889)

HMS Goldfinch (1889)

HMS Karrakatta (1889)

HMS Katoomba (1889)

HMS Mildura (1889)

HMS Ringarooma (1889)

HMS Ringdove (1889)

HMS Spanker (1889)

HMS Sparrow (1889)

HMS Tauranga (1889)

HMS Thrush (1889)

HMS Vulcan (1889)

HMY Victoria and Albert (1899)

Japanese cruiser Itsukushima

Japanese cruiser Yaeyama

List of ship launches in 1889

RMS Magdalena (1889)

Russian battleship Imperator Nikolai I

SMS Kaiser Franz Joseph I

SMS Siegfried

SS Colonist (1889)

SS Douglas (1889)

SS Hsin-Yu

SS Imo

SS Irex

SS Lanthorn

SS Majestic (1889)

SS Mona (1889)

SS Northwestern (1889)

SS Teutonic

Spanish cruiser Rapido (1889)

State of Washington (sternwheeler)

TSS Cambria (1889)

Triumph (sternwheeler)

USS Apache (1889)

USS Badger (1889)

USS Challenge (ID-1015)

USS Culgoa (AF-3)

USS Elfrida (SP-988)

USS Maine (ACR-1)

USS Narada (SP-161)

USS Philadelphia (C-4)

USS San Francisco (C-5)

USS Southery (IX-26)

USS Sultana (SP-134)

  

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