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

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Details of voyage 4173.5 from Rammekens to Batavia

Number 4173.5
Name of ship HUIS OM
Master Rebel, Christiaan
Tonnage 1150
Type of ship
Built 1761
Yard Zeeland
Chamber Zeeland
Date of departure 30-06-1773
Place of departure Rammekens
Arrival at Cape 15-03-1774
Departure from Cape 25-04-1774
Date of arrival at destination 19-07-1774
Place of arrival Batavia
Particulars The HUIS OM called at Duins, where one seafarer, one soldier, and one craftsman were pressed by the English, and at Falmouth, where 3 seafarers deserted. During the voyage 7 other members of the crew deserted. The following data refer to the crew of the HUIS OM as well as to the crews of the MARS (see 4189) and the WILLEM DE VIJFDE (4190): 102 seafarers, 54 soldiers, 4 craftsmen, and one passenger embarked at the Cape. Data concerning both the aforesaid three ships and the EENDRACHT (4177), the BREDENHOF (4178), the HOOGKARSPEL (4179), the ALKEMADE (4180), the CERES (4181), the HONKOOP (4182), the VENUS (4184), the AMSTERDAM (4185), the GROENENDAAL (4186), the VRIJHEID (4187), the DANKBAARHEID (4188), the BOTLAND (4191), and the PRINSES VAN ORANJE (4193): 6 seafarers, 10 soldiers, and one craftsman died at Duins, 6 seafarers, 10 soldiers, and one craftsman at Falmouth, 6 seafarers and 5 soldiers at Torbay, 9 seafarers, 4 soldiers, and 2 craftsmen at S. Tiago, and 16 seafarers, 9 soldiers, and one craftsman at Del Fuogo; at the Cape 440 seafarers, 279 soldiers, 36 craftsmen, and one passenger went ashore; during the voyage 420 seafarers, 253 soldiers, 43 craftsmen, and 2 passengers died.
Next homeward voyage 7946.5

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
Seafarers 163 79 43 73 82 122
Soldiers 78 70
Craftsmen 21 8

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