English: In the 18th and the earlier part of the 19th centuries, a sloop-of-war was a small sailing warship (also known as one of the escort types) with a single gun deck that carried anything up to eighteen cannons.
A three-masted Bermuda sloop of the Royal Navy, entering a West Indies port, in 1831.
A replica of the Bermuda sloop HMS Pickle at Portsmouth.
Drawing for the Flying Fish class, sent to Bermudian builders by the Admiralty.
USS Constellation, a United States Navy sloop-of-war