H.M.S. Royal Prince
- Class: 1st rate (3m) 92 gun
- Displacement: 1,432 tons
- Dimensions: 162 x 45 x 19 ft.
- Armament: 92 cannon of various weights of shot
- Designer: Peter Pett I
- Built: Woolwich Dockyard, England
- Keel laid: 20 October 1608
- Launched: 25 July 1610
- Notes: Prince Royal was a 55-gun Royal Ship of the English Royal Navy. Rebuilt in 1641 by Peter Pett I at Woolwich as a 70-gun ship. During the Commonwealth of England, she was renamed Resolution and fought in most battles of the First Anglo-Dutch War. By 1660 she was carrying 80 guns. At the Restoration she was renamed Royal Prince. In 1663 she was rebuilt at Woolwich again, this time by Phineas Pett II, as a 92-gun first rate ship of the line. During the Four Day's Battle of the Second Anglo-Dutch War, she ran aground on Galloper Shoals on Jun 14, 1666, and was captured by the Dutch. Not being able to refloat her, the Dutch burnt her.