- USRC Massachusetts (1791), a topsail schooner, was the first Revenue-Marine cutter of the United States, sold in 1792.
- USS Massachusetts (1845), was a wooden steamer that saw action during the Mexican-American War and in Puget Sound.
- USS Massachusetts (1860), was an iron screw steamer that saw action during the American Civil War.
- USS Massachusetts (1869), was the never-launched Kalamazoo-class monitor Passaconaway renamed first to Thunderer then to Massachusetts before being scrapped in 1884
- USS Massachusetts (BB-2) was an Indiana-class battleship commissioned in 1896 and the second battleship procured by the United States Navy, saw action in the Spanish-American War, scuttled in 1921.
- USS Massachusetts (1917), was purchased by the US Navy as SS Massachusetts from the Eastern Steamship Co. in 1917; commissioned 7 December 1917 and renamed Shawmut 7 January 1918
- USS Massachusetts (BB-54) would have been a battleship of the first South Dakota class, canceled by the Washington Naval Treaty in 1923.
- USS Massachusetts (BB-59) was a battleship of the second South Dakota class, commissioned in 1942 and which saw action in World War II, now a museum ship in Fall River, Massachusetts.
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