This accessibility statement covers the Royal Navy website at

We have made every effort to make the Navy website accessible and easy to use for everyone.

We hope to conform to the Guidelines for UK government websites and the Worldwide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA, and to ensure that this Web accessibility standard is achieved and maintained.

The Royal Navy site is designed to be usable with all graphical and text-only browsers, and screenreaders. The site has been tested on multiple browsers and platforms. The most modern browsers will give you the best viewing experience. The standard UK Government access keys have been used, as follows:

S: Skip Navigation

1: Home Page

5: Navy FAQs

8: Privacy Policy

9: Feedback Form

0: Access key details

Other standard keys relate to pages with no equivalent on this site.


Javascript is used to enhance the experience of the site. While the content is available and navigable with Javascript disabled, the site display may not reflect the Javascript-enabled experience. Certain areas of the site may not function as intended with Javascript disabled.