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- Anti-shipping missile : An air, surface (sea or land), or submarine-launched missile that can track and intercept a maneuvering ship target against the background of moving water
- Sovremenny-class : Soviet-designed destroyer, in service with the Russian and Chinese navies, with an extremely powerful Moskit anti-shipping missile armament
- AGM-84 Harpoon : A U.S. developed anti-shipping missile that can be launched from aircraft, ships and submarines
- Cruise missile defense : A set of techniques for detecting, tracking, and neutralizing cruise missiles and their launching platforms. The techniques involved include sensors, and both kinetic and nonkinetic mechanisms for disrupting the missiles and their launchers.
- Phalanx close-in weapons system : A 20mm autocannon system originally for shipboard final defense against subsonic anti-shipping missiles, obsolescent in that role but being deployed for land-based counter-rocket, artillery and mortar (C-RAM) defense against guerrilla rockets.
- Exocet : An aging French anti-shipping missile, which can be fired from land, aircraft, helicopter, submarine and ship platforms, and which has a considerable combat record
- Kashtan (air defense) : An unusual integrated Russian-designed gun-missile combination for defending against anti-shipping missiles, NATO designation CADS-N-1, combining the SA-N-11 'Grison' missile with the Kortik autocannon
- Kongsberg Penguin missile : A Norwegian-designed anti-shipping missile, designated AGM-119 Penguin in U.S. service, which can be launched from helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, ships and ground vehicles
- Goalkeeper (autocannon) : 30mm U.K. autocannon used for final defense against anti-shipping missiles
- RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile : A joint U.S.-German system for final defense against supersonic, sea-skimming anti-shipping missiles such as the Russian Moskit series, generically designated by NATO as SS-N-22 SUNBURN