The Bombay Marine was the fighting navy of the East India Company in Asian waters, as opposed to its mercantile marine.
In 1830 the Bombay Marine was renamed the Indian Navy. The Navy was abolished in 1863, being replaced by a revived, non-combatant, Bombay Marine. In 1877 the revived Bombay Marine and the Bengal Marine were combined to form HM Indian Marine , which became the Royal Indian Marine in 1892 and the Royal Indian Navy in 1935.
- Officers of the Bombay Marine - 1802
- Officers of the Bombay Marine - 1830
- Officers of the Indian Navy 1858-1863
- Indian Navy which includes details relating to WW1 and WW2
- Ships of the Bombay Marine and Indian Navy
- Ship types
Historical books online
- History of the Indian navy (1613-1863) Volume 1 by Charles Rathbone Low 1877. Covers the period 1613-1830 Volume 2. Covers the period 1831-1863. Archive.org
- And that reminds me being incidents of a life spent at sea, and in the Andaman Islands, Burma, Australia, and India, page 48 by Stanley W. Coxon 1915 Archive.org. The author, probably born c late 1850s was temporarily appointed to the Royal Indian Marine early/mid 1880s and proceeded to the Andaman Islands
- The East India Company’s Marine (Indian Marine) and its Successors through to the Royal Indian Navy (1613-1947) website of maritime researcher Len Barnett
- "Somewhere between freedom and slavery: runaway slaves in Britain’s Indian Navy" 28 March 2014 British Library: Untold lives blog. The Persian Gulf in the 1850s
- "The British Army and Navy": includes a List of “The Indian Navy in Commission” Empire [Newspaper] (Sydney, NSW) Tuesday 25 February 1862 trove.nla.gov.au. Retrieved 3 August 2014
- British Library Help for Researchers Maritime Service, now an archived webpage.