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

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Details of voyage 7350.1 from Ceylon

Number 7350.1
Name of ship WAPEN VAN HOORN
Master Greef, Jakob
Tonnage 850
Type of ship
Built 1747
Yard Hoorn
Chamber Zeeland
Date of departure 30-11-1750
Place of departure Ceylon
Arrival at Cape no call
Departure from Cape
Date of arrival at destination
Place of arrival
Chamber for which cargo is destined Zeeland (197,387)
Amsterdam (84,070)
Particulars The 8 passengers were condemned persons. In February, 1751, the WAPEN VAN HOORN lost all its masts in a storm; a few days later is was spoken by the OVERNES (7348) east of Cape Agulhas (27-02). The WAPEN VAN HOORN called at the island Ascension, 10-05-1751. On 28-01-1752 the ship sank off Cape Finisterre; Jakob Greef and 32 other members of the crew were saved.
Previous outward voyage 3457.1

On Board The number on board at departure. I The number dying en route to the Cape. II The number who went from board at the Cape. III
Seafarers 83
Soldiers 6
Impotenten 4
Passengers 8

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