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Saturday, 17 April 2021

Scottish trawler (ex-De Bounty 1985-1992, Bounty 1992-1997, Jenny en Aaltine 1997-2002) Cornelis-Gert Jan (DS-18) 2002-



Inner harbour Vlissingen 16 April 2021

United Kingdom-flagged, homeport Dumfries, IMO 8410067, MMSI 235004140 and call sign MQMN9. Built by Scheepswerven De Graeve, Zeebrugge, Belgium in 1985. Ex-De Bounty (Z54, call sign OPCB, Belgian owner), 21 Decenber 1992 Bounty (GY 154, call sign MQMN9, British owner), 29 April 1997 Jenny en Altine (GY 127/UK 127, 15 February 2002 Cornelis-Gert Jan (GY 89=Grimsby), since December 2010 of Saltire Seafoods Ltd., Edinburgh, Scotland. 

American whale ship Mary Mitchell visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 18 September of the American whale ship Mary Mitchell of Nantucket, USA 24 months out 2.600 barrels whale oil 80 barrels sperm oil. 

French whale ship L’Aigle visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 18 September of the French whale ship L’Aigle captain Morin of Le Havre, France 1.200 barrels whale oil. 

French whale ship Faune visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 15 September of the French whale ship Faune captain Defour of Le Havre, France 700 barrels whale oil

American whale ship Henry Lee visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 15 September of the American whale ship Henry Lee captain Bennet of Sag Harbor, USA 26 months out 2.600 barrels whale oil 80 barrels sperm oil.

American whale ship Edward Carey visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 13 September of the American whale ship Edward Carey captain Tobey of New Bedford, USA 36 months out 1.350 barrels sperm oil.

American whale ship Susan visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 12 October of the American whale ship Susan captain Russell of Nantucket 34 months out 500 barrels sperm oil 500 barrels whale oil 5.000 lbs bone. 

American whale ship Navy visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 12 October of the American whale ship Navy captain Smith of New Bedford, USA 13 months out 2.750 barrels whale oil 235 barrels sperm oil 25.000 lbs bone.

Scottish trawler (ex-De Bounty 1985-1992, Bounty 1992-1997, Jenny en Aaltine 1997-2002) Cornelis-Gert Jan (DS-18) 2002-





Inner harbour Vlissingen 16 April 2021

United Kingdom-flagged, homeport Dumfries, IMO 8410067, MMSI 235004140 and call sign MQMN9. Built by Scheepswerven De Graeve, Zeebrugge, Belgium in 1985. Ex-De Bounty (Z54, call sign OPCB, Belgian owner), 21 Decenber 1992 Bounty (GY 154, call sign MQMN9, British owner), 29 April 1997 Jenny en Altine (GY 127/UK 127, 15 February 2002 Cornelis-Gert Jan (GY 89=Grimsby), since December 2010 of Saltire Seafoods Ltd., Edinburgh, Scotland

American whale ship Gratitude visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 12 October of the American whale ship Gratitude captain Stetson of New Bedford, USA 42 months out 1.000 barrels sperm oil 300 barrels whale oil 9.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Warren visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 11 October of the American whale ship Warren captain Gardner of Warren, USA 14 months out 1.700 barrels whale oil 18.000 lbs bone.

American whaling bark Clement visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 11 October of the American whaling bark Clement captain Fuller of New London, USA 13 months out 1.100 barrels whale oil 12.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Champion visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 9 October of the American whale ship Champion captain Pease of Edgartown, USA 37 months out 1.400 barrels whale oil 1.300 barrels sperm oil 15.000 lbs bone.

American whaling bark Connecticut visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 9 October of the American whaling bark Connecticut captain Hempstead of New London, USA 13 months out 1.820 barrels whale oil 80 barrels sperm oil 18.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Statira visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 8 October of the American whale ship Statira captain Adam of New Bedford, USA 13 months out 2.250 barrels whale oil 115 barrels sperm oil 24.000 lbs bone. 

American whaling bark Harvest visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 7 October of the American whaling bark Harvest captain Taber of Fairhaven, USA 12 months out 1.200 barrels whale oil 10.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Canton visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 5 October of the American whale ship Canton master Dyke of New Bedford 22 months out 700 barrels sperm oil 1.500 barrels whale oil 15.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Palladium visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 12 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 5 October of the American whale ship Palladium master M’Lean of New London 15 months out 300 barrels sperm oil 2.800 barrels whale oil 30.000 lbs bone.

Friday, 16 April 2021

Dutch mussel fishing vessel Sacker (BRU-84) 2016-





Bruinisse, Netherlands 10 April 2021

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Bruinisse, Netherlands. Casco built by Las- en Constructiebedrijf Mostacon, Stellendam, Netherlands and completed by Padmos, Bruinisse, Netherlands. 

American whale ship Ann Mary Ann visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 7 October of the American whale ship Ann Mary Ann captain Winter of Sag Harbor, USA 23 months out 2.300 barrels whale oil 18.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Minerva Smith visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 7 October of the American whale ship Minerva Smith captain Fisher of New Bedford, USA 9 months out 165 barrels sperm oil 1.500 barrels whale oil 20.000 lbs bone.

Bremen whale ship Europa visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 8 September of the Bremen whale ship Europa captain Fitch 26 months out 3.800 barrels whale oil.

French whale ship Orion visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 4 September of the French whale ship Orion captain David of Nantes, France 12,5 months out 1.600 barrels whale oil 52 barrels sperm oil.

Bremen whale ship Averick Heineken visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 26 August of the Bremen whale ship Averick Heineken captain Schneider 22,5 months out 4.200 barrels whale oil 20 barrel sperm oil.

Dutch inland fishing cutter Christiaan Johannes (BRU 75) 1956-


Bruinisse, Netherlands 10 April 2021

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Bruinisse, Netherlands, NLD195600900, MMSI 246901007 and call sign PD3491. Shell cutter. Built in 1956. 

American whale ship Clemates visited Lahaina, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Lahaina, Hawaii on 7 October of the American whale ship Clemates captain Bailey of New London, USA 17 months out 2.600 barrels whale oil 26.000 lbs bone.

American whale ship Metacom visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 1 October of the American whale ship Metacom of New Bedford, USA 34 months out 1.300 barrels sperm oil, 40 this season.

American whale ship Milo visited Hilo, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

An item reported the arrival at Hilo, Hawaii on 30 September of the American whale ship Milo captain Gardner of New Bedford, USA 16 months out 2.500 barrels whale oil (this season) 100 barrels sperm oil.

French whale ship Pallas visited Honolulu, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the arrival at Honolulu, Hawaii on 15 October of the French whale ship Pallas captain Monroe for cruising.

American whale ship Superior visited Honolulu, Hawaii according to the newspaper The Polynesian dated 19 October 1844

The New Pictorial and Illustrated Family Magazine established for the diffusion of useful knowledge, 
vol. III. Robert Sears editor, New York 1846.

An item reported the departure from Honolulu, Hawaii on 15 October of the American whale ship Superior captain Bishop towards Sag Harbor, USA. 

Dismantled whalers 19th Century [New Bedford, USA?]

 

Whalers at New Bedford, USA 19th Century

 

Dutch Davis Strait whaler de witte Roos according to the Europische Mercurius of October 1730

Homeport Oostzanen, Netherlands, board Cornelis Roos, commandeur Aldert Lubbertsz Groot, catch results 3 whales, 140 barrels blubber(1)

Note

1. Commandeur between 1726-1743, in 1730 or Cornelis Roos. Alphabetische naam-lyst van alle de Groenlandsche en Straat-Davidsche Commandeurs die sedert het jaar 1700 op Groenland en sedert het jaar 1719 op de Straat Davis etc. Gerret van Sant. Published by Johannes Enschede, Amsterdam 1770, with hand written note until 1794

Dutch Davis Strait whaler de Elisabeth according to the Europische Mercurius of October 1730


Homeport Zaandam, Netherlands, board Gerrit Poel, commandeur Gerrit Danielsz Meyer, zero catch results(1)

Note

1. Commandeur for Gerret Poel between 1725-1732, in 1730 2 whales 100 barrels blubber. Alphabetische naam-lyst van alle de Groenlandsche en Straat-Davidsche Commandeurs die sedert het jaar 1700 op Groenland en sedert het jaar 1719 op de Straat Davis etc. Gerret van Sant. Published by Johannes Enschede, Amsterdam 1770, with hand written note until 1794.


Dutch Davis Strait whaler ‘t Wapen van ‘t Oog according to the Europische Mercurius of October 1730

Homeport Zaandam, Netherlands, board Jan Mol, commandeur Evert Willemsz Bakker, zero catch results whale, barrels blubber(1)

Note

1. Commandeur for Jan Mol between 1726-1730, Alphabetische naam-lyst van alle de Groenlandsche en Straat-Davidsche Commandeurs die sedert het jaar 1700 op Groenland en sedert het jaar 1719 op de Straat Davis etc. Gerret van Sant. Published by Johannes Enschede, Amsterdam 1770, with hand written note until 1794.

American whaler Crown in Shield visited Russell, New Zealand according to the New Zealand newspaper Daily Southern Cross dated 28 February 1863

An item reported the arrival at the port of Russell, New Zealand on 24 March of the American whaler Crown in Shield of 258 tons master Praro from whaling 480 barrels sperm oil 100 barrels whale oil. Departed on 29 March for whaling

American whaler Abraham Barker visited Russell, New Zealand according to the New Zealand newspaper Daily Southern Cross dated 28 February 1863

An item reported the arrival at the port of Russell, New Zealand on 22 March of the American whaler Abraham Barker of 380 tons master Potter from whaling 860 barrels sperm oil 840 barrels whale oil.

American whaler Three Brothers visited Russell, New Zealand according to the New Zealand newspaper Daily Southern Cross dated 28 February 1863

An item reported the arrival at the port of Russell, New Zealand on 20 February American whaler Three Brothers of 384 tons from Nantucket, USA, master Swain, 38 months out 850 barrels sperm oil 200 barrels whale oil.

Dutch inland motor tug (ex-Havendienst V 1929-1940, Blusboot II 1940-1948, Havendienst V 1948-1974, Havendienst 10 1974-1977, ? 1977-?, Argo ?-1982) Wisent 1982-

Vianen, Netherlands 18 May 2007

Netherlands-flagged, homeport Zierikzee, Netherlands, EU 02329393. Owned by Gemeentelijk Havenbedrijf/Gemeentelijk Havendienst, Rotterdam, Netherlands, as Blusboot II of German Wehrmacht, around 1977 of W. Smit BV, Rotterdam, as Argo of Elcoro Sleep&Bergingsbedrijf, 1982 of B.S. Spiegels Scheepvaart Bedrijf BV, Zierikzee, since 2009 homeport Hoek van Holland. Dimensions 17.55 x 3.95 x 1.60 metres. The 100hp Deutz engine is later replaced by 1-200hp Volvo Penta TMD 96B1 engine. Built by Vredenhof, Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1929.

Romanian 1st class barge Pinelopi P. active in the Danube and Black Sea area in 1943

With his letter dated 4 July 1943 sent the representative for Romania of the Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrts-Gesellschaft to the German Reichskommissar für Seeschiffahrt a list of the Romanian and Greek lower Danube type barges. The barges could after being fitted out for sea annex coastal service be used for military and economical shipping towards the Ukraine. Already were 95 barges hired by the D.D.S.G. The barges mentioned on the list were in hands of private owners. Greece-flagged, built in 1912, carrying capacity 1245 (river)-900 (sea) tons.

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine. Case 213. Website

Romanian 1st class barge Mar. Scrivanos active in the Danube and Black Sea area in 1943

With his letter dated 4 July 1943 sent the representative for Romania of the Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrts-Gesellschaft to the German Reichskommissar für Seeschiffahrt a list of the Romanian and Greek lower Danube type barges. The barges could after being fitted out for sea annex coastal service be used for military and economical shipping towards the Ukraine. Already were 95 barges hired by the D.D.S.G. The barges mentioned on the list were in hands of private owners. Greece-flagged, built in 1912, carrying capacity 1262 (river)-900 (sea) tons.

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine. Case 213. Website

Romanian 1st class barge Dionisios WM active in the Danube and Black Sea area in 1943

With his letter dated 4 July 1943 sent the representative for Romania of the Erste Donau-Dampfschiffahrts-Gesellschaft to the German Reichskommissar für Seeschiffahrt a list of the Romanian and Greek lower Danube type barges. The barges could after being fitted out for sea annex coastal service be used for military and economical shipping towards the Ukraine. Already were 95 barges hired by the D.D.S.G. The barges mentioned on the list were in hands of private owners. Greece-flagged, built in 1907, carrying capacity 1492 (river)-1000 (sea) tons.

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine. Case 213. Website

Dutch inland motor tugs Mathilde en Victor

Vianen, Netherlands 18 May 2007

Dutch motor tug (ex-Mathilda 1915-1970, Varia 1970-1976), Mathilde 1989-

Netherlands-flagged, EU 02014888. Built by Arnhemsche Scheepsbouw Mij., Arnhem, Netherlands with yard number 154 in 1915. Dimensions 22.82 x 4.77 x 2.20 metres an 70 gross registers tons when built. The 125 ihp Prins steam engine is later replaced by 1-200hp MWM engine.

Dutch inland motor tug (ex-Adwil II 1941-1959, Jacoba 1959-1962, Elan 1962-1963, Gretha 1963-1976, Lekster 1976-1983, Stephanie 1983-1989) Victor 1989-

Netherlands-flagged, EU 2306518, MMSI 244070325 and call sign PC9647. Built by Gebr. Boot, Alphen a/d Rijn, Netherlands for Adwil II Stoomsleepboot NV, Rotterdam, Netherlands with yard number 1158 in 1941. Dimensions 18.10 x 4.55 x 2.07 metres. Fitted out with 1-150hp 3VD6A Industrie engine.

Austrian screw motor tug Zell available for the Danube and Black Sea area in 1940

A list dated 1940 dealing with tugs available on the Danube and Black Sea area mentioned the Continentale Motorschiffahrtsgeselschaft A.G. (Comos) owned screw motor tug Zell with a horsepower of 400 hp.

 

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine (OKM). Case 86 Website

Austria screw motor tug Struden available for the Danube and Black Sea area in 1940

A list dated 1940 dealing with tugs available on the Danube and Black Sea area mentioned the Continentale Motorschiffahrtsgeselschaft A.G. (Comos), owned screw motor tug Struden with a horsepower of 560 hp.

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine (OKM). Case 86 Website 

Austrian screw motor tug Friesach available for the Danube and Black Sea area in 1940

A list dated 1940 dealing with tugs available on the Danube and Black Sea area mentioned the Continentale Motorschiffahrtsgeselschaft A.G. (Comos), Vienna, Austria owned screw motor tug Friesach with a horsepower of 800 hp.

Source

High Command of the Kriegsmarine (OKM). Case 86 Website

Dutch inland motor tug (ex-Joja 1930-1942, Lieve 1942-1979, Welgelegen 1979-1983, Passe Avant 1983-1999, Albatros 1999-2003) Zuiderzee 2003-

Vianen, Netherlands 18 May 2007

Netherlands-flagged, ENI 02325944. Dutch property except 1942-1979 when she was owned by Societe Generale de Dragage, Antwerp, Belgium. Dimensions 15.15 x 3.45 x 1.40 metres.

Belgian lighter Lodewijk van Nassau for sale according to the Dutch newspaper Scheepvaart dated 29 March 1895

An announcement reported the intended public auction by the notaries Emile Deckers&Belloy on Friday 5 April 1895 16:00 o’clock in the inn of mr. Van Mol, Rhynkaai 26, Antwerp, Belgium of the lighter Lodewijk van Nassau with a measurement of 269 tons.

Belgian lighter Guillaume van der Mark for sale according to the Dutch newspaper Scheepvaart dated 29 March 1895

An announcement reported the intended public auction by the notaries Emile Deckers&Belloy on Friday 5 April 1895 16:00 o’clock in the inn of mr. Van Mol, Rhynkaai 26, Antwerp, Belgium of the lighter Guillaume van der Mark with a measurement of 275 tons.

Belgian lighter Burgemeester van Straelen for sale according to the Dutch newspaper Scheepvaart dated 29 March 1895

An announcement reported the intended public auction by the notaries Emile Deckers&Belloy on Friday 5 April 1895 16:00 o’clock in the inn of mr. Van Mol, Rhynkaai 26, Antwerp, Belgium of the lighter Burgemeester van Straelen with a measurement of 254 tons.