Peder Skram at anchor
|Builder:||Helsingør Skibsværft (Elsinore Ship Yard), Denmark|
|Laid down:||25 September 1964|
|Launched:||20 May 1965|
|Commissioned:||25 May 1966|
|Decommissioned:||5 July 1990|
|Class and type:||Peder Skram-class frigate|
|Displacement:||2,755 t (2,711 long tons) full load|
|Length:||112.65 m (369 ft 7 in)|
|Beam:||12.25 m (40 ft 2 in)|
|Draught:||5.2 m (17 ft 1 in)|
|Speed:||30 knots (35 mph; 56 km/h)|
|Range:||7,200 nmi (13,300 km) at 15 kn (17 mph; 28 km/h)|
HDMS Peder Skram was a Peder Skram-class frigate in the Royal Danish Navy which was in use until 1990. It is now docked at Holmen in Copenhagen where it serves as a privately operated museum ship along with the ships of the Royal Danish Naval Museum. The ship is named after Peder Skram, a 16th-century Danish admiral.
Peder Skram was an innovative design using a hybrid propulsion system, a combined gas turbine and diesel approach (CODOG). Peder Skram underwent significant refit in 1970 and a midlife update 1977–78 
In 1982 Peder Skram was involved in the accidental launch of a Harpoon missile, which inflicted no bodily harm.
Peder Skram was decommissioned in 1990, internal installations were auctioned off as scrap two years later. In the mid-1990s it was decided to restore her as a museum ship.
Peder Skram is today operated as a museum ship on a volunteer basis. It is open to visitors every day from 11am to 5pm in the school summer and autumn vacations and in all weekends in June and August.
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