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Saturday, 2 July 2022

Dutch tug (ex-Taurus 2007-2015) Alp Ippon 2015-


Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 20 April 2022

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Rotterdam, Netherlands, IMO 9344978, MMSI 244830813 and call sign PCZD. Gross tonnage 1.767 tons, summer deadweight 1.494 tons and as dimensions 52,29 (between perpendiculars)-58,55 (over all) x 14,80 (over all) x 7,65 (depth to maindeck) x 5,82 (maximum) metres. Bollard pull 198 metric tons continue. Speed 11,5 (service)-17,5 (maximum) knots. Built by Mützenfeldt Yard, Cuxhaven, Germany with hull number 253 in 2007. Owned by Harms Bergung Transport&Heavy Lift GmbH&Co., Hamburg, Germany, since 2015 by ALOP Maritime Services B.V., Rotterdam. 

Portuguese galleon Sao Filippe 1626

Outward bound in 1626, 28 guns, part of fleet commanded by D. Manoel de Menezes, captain Manoel Dias de Andrade.

Source

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, part 2.

Portuguese galleon Sao Tiago 1626

Outward bound in 1626, part of fleet commanded by D. Manoel de Menezes, captain Goncalo de Sousa.

Source

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, part 2.

Portuguese galleon Sao Jose 1626

Outward bound in 1626, 30 guns, part of fleet commanded by D. Manoel de Menezes, captain D. Antonio de Menezes.

Source

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, part 2.

Luxembourgian workboat DN203 2010-



Harbour Vlissingen, Netherlands 2 July 2022

Luxembourg-flagged, IMO 9559183, MMSI 253398000 and calls ign LXDQ. Registered owner Jan De Nul Group, Luxembourg. Built by Xinhe Shipbuilding Heavy Industry, Tianjin, China in 2010.

Danish Greenland commandeur A. Rickelsen returned home according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Nederlandsche courant dated 16 August 1787

An item reported the arrival at Copenhagen, Denmark of Greenland commandeur A. Rickelsen 2 whales 35 quardelen

German Greenland commandeur Haak returned home according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Nederlandsche courant dated 16 August 1787

An item reported the arrival at Bremen, Germany of Greenland commandeur Haak 11 whales full with blubber 

Danish Greenland commandeur A. Rickelsen returned home according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Nederlandsche courant dated 16 August 1787

An item reported the arrival at Copenhagen, Denmark of Greenland commandeur A. Rickelsen 2 whales 35 quardelen

Dutch dredger Etna

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 1 July 2022

Panama-flagged, MMSI 370110000 and call sign HP9305. Owned by Baggerbedrijf De Boer Dutch Dredging.

Danish chaloupe Tritton 1717-1730

Built in 1717, last mentioned in 1730, 8 guns, 20 men.

Source

H.G. Garde. Efterretninger om den dankse of norske seemagt. Copenhagen, 1835.

Danish chaloupe 12 1712-1722

Built at Christansand in 1712, last mentioned in 1722, 4 guns, 22 men.

Source

H.G. Garde. Efterretninger om den dankse of norske seemagt. Copenhagen, 1835.

Chinese container ship (ex-Poseidon Fame 2009-2010, Maersk Nienburg 2010-2021) Santa Marta Express 2021-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 1 July 2022

Hong Kong-flagged, IMO 9446104, MMSI 477711300 and call sign VRGJ3. Registered owner Fair Hope Ltd., Hong Kong, China and as Maersk Nienburg operated by Anglo Eastern Deutschland, Bremen, Germany. Built by Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., Ulsan, South Korea.

Danish chaloupe Freitung 1712-1721

Built by Holmestr in 1712, last mentioned in 1721, 4 guns, 22 men.

Source

H.G. Garde. Efterretninger om den dankse of norske seemagt. Copenhagen, 1835.

Danish chaloupe Andromeda 1712-1718

Built by Holmestr in 1712, last mentioned 1718, 4 guns, 22 men.

Source

H.G. Garde. Efterretninger om den dankse of norske seemagt. Copenhagen, 1835.

Dutch pilot vessel Lesath 2015-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 1 July 2022

Netherlands-flagged, MMSI 244860892 and call sign PDCE. Built by Barkmeijer Shipyard BV, Stroobos, Netherlands in 2015

Dutch Greenland whaler Margareta Catharina lost according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Haerlemsche courant dated 18 August 1689

An item dated Amsterdam, Netherlands 15 August reporting that the Dutch Greenland whaler Margareta Catharina was lost. 

Dutch Greenland whaler Hester lost according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Haerlemsche courant dated 18 August 1689

An item dated Amsterdam, Netherlands 15 August reporting that the Dutch Greenland whaler Hester was lost.

Catch results of the Dutch Greenland whalers still worse according to the Dutch newspaper Oprechte Haerlemsche courant dated 18 August 1689

An item dated Amsterdam, Netherlands 15 August reporting that around mid July the catch results of the Greenland whalers were still quite worse.

Dutch fishing vessel De Vrouw Jannetje (ARM-15) 1988-

Inner Harbour of Vlissingen, Netherlands 2 July 2022

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Arnemuiden, IMO 8810774, MMSI 245542000 and call sign PDRE. Built by Padmos Scheepswerf, Stellendam, Netherlands in 1988.

Spanish Ostend privateer St. Anthone de Padua-St. Antoine de Padoue 1703

Captain Pieter Vrome. Departed Ostend 19 April 1703. , returned at Ostend 2 Juy 1703. Fitted out for a voyage towards Bordeaux, France.

Source

The Belgian Shiplover No. 80, March-April 1961, Shipslist 148. O. Lemaître. Liste des Corsaires Ostendais

Spanish Ostend privateer Ste. Marie Maghdelena-Ste. Marie Madeleine 1703

Captain Phellipe Demoor. Departed Ostend 19 April 1703, returned at Ostend 2 July 1703. Frigate armed with 8 guns and 26 men.

Source

The Belgian Shiplover No. 80, March-April 1961, Shipslist 148. O. Lemaître. Liste des Corsaires Ostendais.

Friday, 1 July 2022

Dutch naval training ship Van Kinsbergen (A902) 1999-





Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 30 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, IMO 9201578, MMSI 244736000 and call sign PAKB. Built at the Damen Shipyard at Gorinchem, Netherlands. Commissioned 2 November 1999. With a displacement of 630 ton and as dimensions 40-41,5 x 9,2-10 x 3,1 metres. Crew numbered 24 men. The 2x578 kW allows a speed of 12,8 knots. Also called patrol vessel.

Norway interested in acquiring British sloops according to the Weekly Intelligence Summary No. 20 for the week ending 20 November 1920

An item reported that the Norwegian cabinet asked unofficially the British government if there were still British sloops for sale available and if so at what price.

Source

The National Archives, Kew Gardens, England CAB-24-115-34

Peru acquired floating dock for submarines according to the Weekly Intelligence Summary No. 20 for the week ending 20 November 1920

An item reported that except for the two small submarines recently purchased by Peru from Italy now also a 1,200 ton floating dock for submarines was acquired.

Source

The National Archives, Kew Gardens, England CAB-24-115-34

British admiral de Robeck replaced as High Commissioner at Constantinople, Turkey according to the Weekly Intelligence Summary No. 20 for the week ending 20 November 1920


A selection of Ships' Badges of His Majesty's Royal Navies. Gutta Percha&Rubber Limited, 1942


An item reported that the British admiral de Robeck (1) on 17 November was relieved byt Sir Horace Rumbold (2) as High Commissioner at Constantinople, Turkey leaving the next day with the British battleship HMS Iron Duke (3) bound form Mudros, Athens and Malta. He arrived with the HMS Iron Duke at Piraeus, Greece on 20 November and after a meeting with Lord Granville (4) continued the voyage towards Malta.

Notes

1. Sir John Michael de Robeck (10 June 1862 Naas, Ireland-20 January 1928 London, England), served in the British Royal Navy between 1875-1924 ending his career in the rank of Admiral of the Fleet. Commander-in-Chief Mediterranean and High Commissioner since July 1919.

2. Sir Horace Montagu Rumbold (5 February 1869 St. Petersburgm Russia-24 May 1941 Tisbury, England) diplomat.

3. Of the Iron Duke-class consisting of the Iron Duke, Marlborough, Benbow and Emperor of India. Preceded by the King George V-class and succeeded by the Queen Elizabeth-class. Laid down at the Portsmouth Dockyard on 12 January 1912, launched on 12 October 1912, completed in March 1914, removed from active service becoming a training ship in 1929, depot ship at Scapa Flow since 1939, damaged during an German air attack on 17 October 1939, after repairs beached still in service, sold to the Metal Industries be broken up in 1946. Resold in September 1948 brought towards Glasgow, Scotland and arrived there on 30 November 1948.

4. Granville George Leveson-Gower, 3rd Earl Granville (4 March 1872-21 July 1939), official Minister to Greece 1917-1920

Source

The National Archives, Kew Gardens, England CAB-24-115-34

British aircraft attacked Russian Bolshevik ships according to the Weekly Intelligence Summary No. 20 for the week ending 20 November 1920

An item reported that British aircraft attacked on 18 November Russian Bolshevik ships at Enzile, Persia and Kazian which responded with ineffective anti aircraft gunfire.

Source

The National Archives, Kew Gardens, England CAB-24-115-34

British Naval Mission to Teheran called back according to the Weekly Intelligence Summary No. 20 for the week ending 20 November 1920

An item reported that commodore Norris (1) and the Naval Mission to Teheran were ordered to come back.(2)

Notes

1. Commodore David Norris (27 Octber 1875-19 July 1937), established the British Caspian Flotilla and head of he naval mission to Persia 1920-1921. In October 1933 he was promoted to the rank of admiral, already retired since October 1929. The British Caspian Flotilla 1918-1920 was to support anti-Bolshevik forces.

2. The 1920 Royal Navy Mission sent to Enzeli was a failure when the members were detained for a half year at Baku, Azerbaijan. She had to assist with the interned White Russian ships (former British armed merchant cruisers?).

Source

The National Archives, Kew Gardens, England CAB-24-115-34

Italian coastal torpedo boat 110 S 1888-1904

Schichau type 2nd class, original design with one pole mast. Displacement 80 tons and as dimensions 39.00 x 4.80 x 2.15 metres. Crew numbered 16 men including 2 officers. Range 300 nautical miles/15 knots and 1.000 nautical miles/10 knots. Speed 19-22 knots. Horsepower 1.000 hp. One locomotive boiler. Armament 2-35.6cm torpedo tubes and 2-3.7cm guns. Built by Schichau, Elbing, Germany. Launched in 1888, commissioned on 13 July 1888 and stricken on 25 July 1904.

Sources

AMM. Paolo M. Pollina. Le Torpediniere Italiane. Officio Storico della Marina Militare. Rome, 1964.

Several editions of Jane’s Fighting Ships

The Naval Annual 1913

http://warshipsresearch.blogspot.com/

Portuguese ship Santo Antonio 1724-1725

Launched at Baia, Brazil in August 1724, last mentioned in 1725.

Source

A. Marques Esparteira. Catalogo dos navios brigantinos (1640-1901). Lisboa, 1976. 

Portuguese ship Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e Sao Francisco Xavier 1720

Built at Baia, Brazil in 1720.

Source

A. Marques Esparteira. Catalogo dos navios brigantinos (1640-1901). Lisboa, 1976.

Portuguese ship Nossa Senhora Madre de Deus e Sao Joao Evangelista 1717-1734

Launched at Lisbon, Portugal on 25 July 1717, last mentioned in 1734, 66 guns.

Source

A. Marques Esparteira. Catalogo dos navios brigantinos (1640-1901). Lisboa, 1976. 

Dutch pilot station vessel Procyon 2014-


Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 30 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, IMO 9496965, MMSI 244820146 and call sign PCVB. Gross tonnage 2.550 tons, summer deadweight 4.200 tons and as dimensions 81,2 x 13,30 x 4,5 metres. Accommodation for 18 pilots, 17 crew members and 10 spare beds. Launched on 5 July by Mrs. Eline Wielaard at the shipyard Barkmeijer Stroobos, Stroobos, Netherlands with yard number 326. Owned and managed by Nederlands Loodswezen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

American whaler Geo. Howland visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 17 March of the American whaler Geo. Howland master Cromwell master New Bedford 7 months out 160 barrels sperm oil.

German whaler Alex Barclay visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 11 March of the German whaler Alex Barclay master Hein of Bremen 15 months out 110 barrels sperm oil 1.200 barrels whale oil 15.000 lbs bone.

American whaler George&Susan visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 8 March of the American whaler George&Susan master Wight of New Bedford 28 months out 900 barrels sperm oil.

Dutch hopper dredger (ex-Reimerswaal 1994-2008) Ruyter 2008-


Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 30 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Terneuzen, IMO 9085467, MMSI 245231000 and as call sign PGZJ. Ex-Reimerswaal renamed January 2008. Gross tonnage 1.455 tons, summer deadweight 2.800 tons and as dimensions 82 x 12 x 5,1 metres. Built in 1994 by Barkmeijer Stroobos, Stroobos, Netherlands. Owned and managed by Terneuzen Transport, Terneuzen, Netherlands

Austrian inland barge No. 6721 confirmed to be of Yugoslavian nationality and ownership in 1921

After the First World War (1914-1918) lost by the German, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires was Walker D. Hines appointed as international arbitrator responsible for the ceding of tugs and other inland vessels by Germany, Bulgaria, Austria and Hungary to the Allied Powers. For Austria respectively Hungary were the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon leading. Lists were made of the involved vessels including some details and what their fate was to be. A list dated Paris, France 2 August 1921 reported that the nationality and ownership of the Austrian DDSG (1) barge No. 6721 with a tonnage of 661 tons was confirmed to be Yugoslavian on the ground of seizure.(2)

Notes

1. Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft.

2. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was formed on 1 December 1918 with merging the provisional State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (officially proclaimed on 29 October 1918) with the formerly independent Kingdom of Serbia. The latter kingdom was since 28 November 1918 united with the Kingdom of Montenegro. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was until 3 October 1929 officially titled the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Source

Reports of International Arbitral Awards. Navigation on the Danube, 2 August 1921, volume 1. UN, 2006

Austrian inland barge No. 6720 confirmed to be of Yugoslavian nationality and ownership in 1921

After the First World War (1914-1918) lost by the German, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires was Walker D. Hines appointed as international arbitrator responsible for the ceding of tugs and other inland vessels by Germany, Bulgaria, Austria and Hungary to the Allied Powers. For Austria respectively Hungary were the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon leading. Lists were made of the involved vessels including some details and what their fate was to be. A list dated Paris, France 2 August 1921 reported that the nationality and ownership of the Austrian DDSG (1) barge No. 6720 with a tonnage of 661 tons was confirmed to be Yugoslavian on the ground of seizure.(2)

Notes

1. Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft.

2. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was formed on 1 December 1918 with merging the provisional State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (officially proclaimed on 29 October 1918) with the formerly independent Kingdom of Serbia. The latter kingdom was since 28 November 1918 united with the Kingdom of Montenegro. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was until 3 October 1929 officially titled the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Source

Reports of International Arbitral Awards. Navigation on the Danube, 2 August 1921, volume 1. UN, 2006.

Austrian inland barge No. 6716 confirmed to be of Yugoslavian nationality and ownership in 1921

After the First World War (1914-1918) lost by the German, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires was Walker D. Hines appointed as international arbitrator responsible for the ceding of tugs and other inland vessels by Germany, Bulgaria, Austria and Hungary to the Allied Powers. For Austria respectively Hungary were the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon leading. Lists were made of the involved vessels including some details and what their fate was to be. A list dated Paris, France 2 August 1921 reported that the nationality and ownership of the Austrian DDSG (1) barge No. 6716 with a tonnage of 661 tons was confirmed to be Yugoslavian on the ground of seizure.(2)

Notes

1. Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft.

2. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was formed on 1 December 1918 with merging the provisional State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (officially proclaimed on 29 October 1918) with the formerly independent Kingdom of Serbia. The latter kingdom was since 28 November 1918 united with the Kingdom of Montenegro. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was until 3 October 1929 officially titled the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Source

Reports of International Arbitral Awards. Navigation on the Danube, 2 August 1921, volume 1. UN, 2006.

Dutch survey vessel RR Roompot 2009-


Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 30 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, MMSI 244790151 and call sign PCUA. Called a high speed craft. Built by Mooney Boats Ltd, Killybergs, Ireland in 2009. Owned by Rijkswaterstaat Rijksrederij, Rijswijk, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.

Dutch Greenland whalers Gerechtigheyd and Botterton captured by the French according to the Dutch newspaper Amsterdamse courant dated 4 September 1703

An item dated Amsterdam, Netherlands 3 September reported the arrival a day earlier on the Maas of the Dutch Greenland whaler Gerechtigheyd. Her crew reported that she left the ice on 26 July on 75½ degrees with the Dutch Greenland whaler Botterton and a whaler from Bremen, Germany. On 28 July they came across French warships and privateers including 1-68 and 1-56 gun ships, all showing Dutch flags and signalling with gun shots. When they came nearer the Dutch flags were replaced by French flags. The Geregtigheyd was to pay 10,000 Dutch guilders for her release. The Botterton was set into fire. Five of her crew members went in board of the Geregtigheyd, the remaining on board of the German whaler who was allowed to go. (1)

Note

1. The Dutch Republic and France were enemies during the War of the Spanish Succession 1701-1713.

German Greenland whaler Anna returned home according to the Dutch newspaper Amsterdamse courant dated 8 September 1703

An item dated Amsterdam, Netherlands 7 September reported the arrival at Bremen of the German Greenland whaler Anna commandeur Leur Boden 2 whales leaving from there on 1 August.

German Greenland whalers returned home according to the Dutch newspaper Amsterdamse courant dated 15 September 1703

An item dated Hamburg, Germany 11 September reported the arrival last Saturday of a convoy of German Greenland whalers numbering 51 ships.

British crew tender Njord Zenith 2018-


Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands16 June 2022

United Kingdom-flagged, IMO 9828601, MMSI 232013230 and call sign MCJZ3. Built by Cheoy Lee Shipyards, China using a BMT design. Part of the fleet of Njord Offshore, Tendring, England.

Dutch fishing vessel (ex-Zuiderkruis 1992-1999, Adriana 1999-2008) Jeanet-Maartje (VLI-27) 2008-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 30 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Vlissingen, IMO 9019377, MMSI 244245000 and call sign PIYW. Ex-Zuiderkruis renamed December 1999 and Adriana renamed February 2008. Built by Scheepswerf Maaskant, Stellendam, Netherlands in 1992. 

Spanish Ostend privateer Ste. Francois-St. Francois 1703

Captain Thomas Gournaeij. Departed Ostend 23 April 1703, returned at Ostend 1 May 1703. Frigate fitted out to cruise against the enemies of the Spanish crown.

Source

The Belgian Shiplover No. 80, March-April 1961, Shipslist 148. O. Lemaître. Liste des Corsaires Ostendais.

Thursday, 30 June 2022

Japanese bulk carrier (ex-Tenmyo Maru 2008-2017) Bulk Pride 2017-






Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 28 June 2022

Panama-flagged, homeport Panama, IMO 9440916, MMSI 354456000 and call sogn 3EUP6. Built by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, Tokyo, Japan in 2008. Owned by Kambara Kisen, Fukuyama, Japan and managed by Union Marine Management services, Singapore.

Portuguese ship Nossa Senhora do Prazeres or Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres Menor 1631

Mentioned in 1631, 305 tons, 18 guns, 158 men, part of a Spanish fleet commanded by Antonio de Oquendo.

Sources

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, deel 2.

Quirino da Fonseca. Os Portugueses no mar, vol 1, 1926.

C. Fernandez Duro. Armada Espanola vol. 4.

Portuguese ship Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres or Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres Maior 1631

Mentioned in 1631, 381 tons, 18 guns, 177 men, part of Spanish fleet commanded by Antonio de Oquendo.

Sources

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, deel 2.

Quirino da Fonseca. Os Portugueses no mar, vol 1, 1926.

C. Fernandez Duro. Armada Espanola vol. 4.

Portuguese ship Sao Jorge 1631

Mentioned in 1631, 433 tons, 28 guns, 224 men, part of Spanish fleet commanded by Antonio de Oquendo.

Sources

Ignacio de Costa Quintella. Annaes de Marinha Portugueza, deel 2.

Quirino da Fonseca. Os Portugueses no mar, vol 1, 1926.

C. Fernandez Duro. Armada Espanola vol. 4.

Dutch survey vessel Scheldestroom 2020-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 28 June 2022

Netherlands-flagged, IMO 9840219, MMSI 244190130 and call sign PDLJ. Of the Rijkswaterstaat Rijksrederij, Rijswijk, Netherlands. Built with yard number 303 by G. Bijlsma&Zn., Wartena, Netherlands in 2020. Multi Purpose Vessel (MPV-30).

American whaler Alert visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 2 March of the American whaler Alert master Bolles of New London 8 months out 73 barrels sperm oil 60 barrels whale oil.

American whaler George Howland visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 3 April of the American whaler George Howland master Crowell of New Bedford 170 barrels sperm oil.

American whaler W S Wheaton visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 3 April of the American whaler W S Wheaton master Green of New London 60 barrels sperm oil 60 barrels whale oil.

Ireland-flagged cargo ship Arklow Accord 2020-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 28 June 2022

Ireland-flagged, homeport Arklow, IMO 9851945, MMSI 250005849 and call sign EIWJ8. Registered owner Abbey Sg Ltd-IRP. Built in 2020. 

American whaler Lexington visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 31 March of the American whaler Lexington master Bunker of Nantucket 800 barrels sperm oil.

American whaler Pacific visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 31 March of the American whaler Pacific master Hoxsie of New Bedford 600 barrels sperm oil.

German whaler Alex Barclay visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 April 1851

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 30 March of the German whaler Alex Barclay master Hein of Bremen 110 barrels sperm oil 1.200 barrels whale oil