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

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Details of voyage 8342.1 from Batavia to Texel

Number 8342.1
Name of ship MAKASSAR
Master Keuken, Klaas
Tonnage 1150
Type of ship
Built 1787
Yard Enkhuizen
Chamber Enkhuizen
Date of departure 10-04-1792
Place of departure Batavia
Arrival at Cape 23-08-1792
Departure from Cape 05-02-1793
Date of arrival at destination 21-06-1793
Place of arrival Texel
Chamber for which cargo is destined Enkhuizen (181,647)
Particulars On 23-08-1792 the MAKASSAR arrived at Saldanha Bay; from there the ship departed on 02-10 to sail to Table Bay (08-10-1792). Admiraal of the 12 ships (8342-8350 and 8360-8362), which on 05-02-1793 departed from the Cape, was Jan Greve, sailing aboard the WESTKAPELLE (8349); Philip Hendrik de Haard, master of the UNIE (8348), was commandeur. Between the Cape and Texel the fleet was escorted by two Dutch men-of-war. Initially the CASTOR (8360) also formed part of this homeward-bound convoy, but during the voyage the ship fell astern.
Previous outward voyage 4660.1

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 153 0 10
Soldiers 8
Passengers 1

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