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What's the difference between HMS and RMS?

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A minor corrections, she was the RMS Titanic not the HMS Titanic. The prefix HMS before a ship's name stands for Her (or "His" if a King is on the throne) Majesty's Ship and is a designation reserved for British ships in military service such as the ships of the Royal Navy. RMS = Royal Mail Ship.
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