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

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Details of voyage 0024.1 from Zeeland

Number 0024.1
Name of ship EENDRACHT
Master Lint, Pieter Esaiasz. de
Tonnage 50
Type of ship jacht
Date of departure 13-09-1598
Place of departure Zeeland
Arrival at Cape
Departure from Cape
Date of arrival at destination
Place of arrival
Particulars Fleet (0024-0027) under command of admiraal Olivier van Noort aboard the MAURITIUS and vice-admiraal Jakob Klaasz. van Ilpendam aboard the HENDRIK FREDERIK. Total of those on board 248. The MAURITIUS and the EENDRACHT were equipped by a Rotterdam company, the HENDRIK FREDERIK and the HOOP by an Amsterdam company. From 11-12 till 17-12 at Principe I. From 02-06 till 21-06 at S. Clara I., where the EENDRACHT was deserted and set on fire, because of unseaworthiness; from 20-09 till 29-10 at Port Desire; October 9th. the HOOP was renamed EENDRACHT; from 04-11 till 29-02 in Strait of Magellan, where they meet the GELOOF of the fleet of Mahu; January 26th Van Ilpendam was left behind on an island because of insubordination, De Lint became his successor as vice-admiraal from 15-10 till 20-11 at the Philippines and December 9th. before Manila, where the EENDRACHT was captured by the Spaniards December 14th. The MAURITIUS proceeded alone to Borneo December 26th; the HENDRIK FREDERIK ran ashore near Ternate, February 1601 and was sold to the sultan of Ternate. Huidekoper, captain of the HOOP died October 7th and was succeeded by Pieter de Lint who on his turn was succeeded by Lambert Biesman January 28th, 1600, after his appointment as vice-admiraal in stead of Van Ilpendam.
Next homeward voyage

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
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