United Kingdom
Name: HMS Hibernia
Commissioned: 2 September 2010
Status: Currently operational
General characteristics
Class and type: Stone frigate

HMS Hibernia is the name given to a shore establishment of the Royal Navy, which serves as the headquarters of the Royal Naval Reserve in Northern Ireland. Commissioned in 2009 to replace the C-class cruiser HMS Caroline as the training establishment for the RNR in Northern Ireland,[1] Hibernia is located as part of Thiepval Barracks in Lisburn, County Antrim.[2] The unit numbers approximately 100 officers and ratings.