The Dutch East India Company's shipping between the Netherlands and Asia 1595-1795

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Details of voyage 0091.1 from Texel to Bantam

Number 0091.1
Master Hoen, Simon Jansz.
Tonnage 700
Type of ship
Yard Amsterdam
Chamber Amsterdam
Date of departure 18-12-1603
Place of departure Texel
Arrival at Cape
Departure from Cape
Date of arrival at destination 31-12-1604
Place of arrival Bantam
Particulars Fleet under adm. Steven van der Hagen aboard the GEÜNIEERDE PROVINCIËN and vice-adm. Kornelis Bastiaansz. aboard the DORDRECHT (0082-0093). 10-01 till 12-02 at Plymouth; 10-03 till 30-05 at Maio Island, where the DORDRECHT and the ZEELANDIA joined the fleet; 30-06 the Cape rounded; 22-06 till 10-07 in the Verhagensbaai; 28-07 till 15-08 at Mozambique, the DELFT, the DUIFJE and the ENKHUIZEN sailed 5 days later and rejoined the fleet at the Comoro Islands; 19-08 till 27-08 at the Comoro Islands, 29-09 till 14-10 before Goa to harrass the Portuguese; 12-12 the DELFT set sail between Ceylon and Sumatra for Atjeh. The MEDEMBLIK and the HOP VAN HOLLAND left the fleet for Mauritius to look for the missing ship WACHTER. Forced by a contrary wind the ships arrived in the Bay of Antongil, where the ALKMAAR was found, deserted and destroyed by shipworm. The HOF VAN HOLLAND took over the cargo and sailed back home, the MEDEMBLIK proceeded to Bantam.
Next homeward voyage 5065.1

On Board The number on board at departure. I The number dying between the Netherlands and the Cape. II The number who left the ship at the Cape. III The number who came on board at the Cape. IV The number dying on the whole voyage. V The number on board on arrival in Asia. VI
Total 130

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