british Albemarle (+1708)
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general
nationality british
purpose transport
type east indiaman
propulsion sailing ship
date built
status
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details
weight (tons) 330  bm
dimensions
material wood
rigging 30 guns
speed  
about the loss
cause lost ran aground (wrecked)
date lost 09/12/1708  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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owner
Frederic Herne
captain
no. of crew 66
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entered 21/05/2009
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last update 25/01/2010
 
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Lettens Jan21/05/2009
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Lettens Jan31/01/2010Albemarle

330 tons, 30 guns, 66 crew.

Voyages:

(1) 1704/5 Bombay. Capt William Beawes. Downs 31 Jan 1705 - Bombay 3 Oct 1707 - 29 Jan 1708 Cape - 19 Mar St Helena - 1 Aug Rio de Janeiro - wrecked 9 Dec 1708 Polperro, Cornwall
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Lettens Jan21/05/2009Albemarle, an East Indiaman of 30 guns and a complement of 66 was owned by Frederic Herne.

She was in service for the East India Company from 1700 onwards. On 9th December 1708 she was wrecked at Polperro, Cornwall.
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