ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
BELINA
Construction
WOOD
Type
BRIGANTINE
Date
1817
Description
Rig: SHIP

1818: Master R. Beverly; Owner Branmer; Voyage London
1819: Voyage London - Grenada
1820/21: Master Wildgoose; Owner Captain & others
1822: Master Wildgoose; Owner Captain & others; Voyage London - Grenada
1823: Master J. Barclay; Owner A. G. Milne; Voyage London - Jamaica
1824: Master Wildgoose; Voyage London - Demerara
1825: Master Craig; Voyage London - Grenada

"Shipwreck Index of the British Isles" Vol. 2, Section 6 - Kent Goodwin Sands -
The BELINA is listed as lost on 23/11/1824. Named as a West Indiaman and the Captain is listed as Craig. Port London.
The Captain and five crew survived - two bodies from the fourteen lives lost were interred in the area of the burial ground in Western Road, Deal, known as 'Strangers' Nook'.
Shipbuilder
NICOL REID
Dimensions
length 99 3/6' x breadth 28 5/12' x depth 18 5/6'
Registered Tonnage: 336 ton

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