Historic Shipping - facts, pictures, presentations on ships from yesteryear; Robert Wigram, Family and Associates - Shipbuilders and Ship Owners Money Wigram & Company - Shipbuilders and Ship Owners The Plymouth Emigration Depot Plymouth Hulks - the forgotten ships around Plymouth Sound, The General Screw Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. The African Steam Ship Company

'TRAVERS'

Built by:Wells, Perry's & Green, at Blackwall.
Yard No.111
Launched:10th April 1800
Tonnage:576 90/94
Length:105' 2"
Breadth:32' 2"
Depth:13' 0"
Machinery:
Decks:
Built of:
Type:East Indiaman
Registered:
Built for:John Mangles
Other info:Robert Wigram had interest in this ship.
Cost 13 . 12s . 6d per ton.
History:28th June 1800. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Sanders, for Bengal.
26th January 1802. Arrived in London.
25th September 1803. Arrived in London.
4th September 1804. Sailed from London for St. Helena and Bengal.
20th June 1806. Arrived in London.
4th January 1807. Sailed from London, Captain John Collins, for Bombay.
13th January 1808. Arrived in London.
10th June 1808. Sailed from London for Madeira, Madras and Bengal.
7th November 1808. Wrecked in the River Hooghly on her arrival from Madras.


Back to Home page | Back to Wells, Wigram & Green - Ship Builders & Ship Owner Index
Copyright © Historic Shipping 2011.