Seven ships of the United States Navy have borne the name Boston, in honor of the city of Boston, Massachusetts.
- The USS Boston (1776), was a gondola launched in 1776 and and was burned to avoid capture by the British on 13 October 1776.
- The USS Boston (1777), was a 24-gun frigate, commissioned in 1777 and captured by the British in 1780.
- The USS Boston (1825), was a 18-gun sloop of war commissioned in 1826 and wrecked in the Bahamas in 1846.
- The USS Boston (1884), was a protected cruiser commissioned in 1887 and took part in the Spanish-American War. See also See USS ''Boston'' and USS ''Despatch'' for other ships of the same name
- The USS Boston (CA-69), was a heavy cruiser commissioned 1943 and active in both World War II and the Korean War. World War II Boston reported to the Pacific Fleet, arriving at Pearl Harbor 6 December 1943
- The USS Boston (SSN-703), was a Los Angeles-class nuclear attack submarine decommissioned in 1999. Decommissioning Boston was decommissioned on 19 November 1999 and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 19 November
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