ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
MAZEPPA
Construction
WOOD
Type
STEAMER
Date
1834
Description
Vessel Type: Cargo, steam, iron

History, Comments & (Source):

Certificate issued 9 August 1834

Note: some listings show the name MAREPPA

Aberdeen Register of Shipping (CE87/11/5)
1 deck, 2 masts, propelled by steam and schooner rigger, standing bowsprit, square stern, carvel built, no galleries, billet figurehead.

13.08.1834 Aberdeen registry opened, No. 44 in 1834.
Joint owners of 64 shares,
Subscribing Owners:
John Lumsden, Aberdeen (merchant)
William Reid, Aberdeen (merchant)
George Elsmie Jnr, Aberdeen (merchant)
Other Shareholders:
James Forbes, Echt (merchant)
George Forbes, Springhill (merchant)
Alexander Bannerman, Aberdeen (merchant)
John Duffus, Manufacturer, Aberdeen carrying on business under the firm of John Duffus & Co., Chain, Cable and Anchor Manufacturers
(Source: Aberdeen Register of Shipping (Aberdeen City Archives))

28.07.1835: Sailed from Aberdeen for London, Anderson (master). Last recorded vessel movement found (AJ)

08.1835 Re-registered at London? Not clear in register (ARS)

1834: Aberdeen-Montrose-Leith service
17/08/1835: Owner Brodie Willcox and Arthur Anderson, London - reg London
1835: Sold to Spain during the Carlist War
28/08/1835 :Called Falmouth (Portsmouth for Santander), chartered to the Spanish Navy
04/1836: Spanish Navy
1846: Broken up in the Arsenal de la Carraca, San Fernando.
(Source: clydeships.co.uk)


Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 17.09.1834:
'The ABERDEEN, LONDON, and LEITH STEAM
NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
Fast-sailing Packets will Sail,
The DUKE OF WELLINGTON, from ABERDEEN, on
SATURDAY first, at Ten o'clock, P.M.;
And a Vessel every SATURDAY Evening, from LONDON and
ABERDEEN.
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THE MAZEPPA
Sails from ABERDEEN,
For Montrose, Leith, and intermediate Ports,
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY Morning,
At Six O'Clock;
And from NEWHAVEN PIER,
Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY Morning.
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PASSAGE MONEY in the FIRST CABIN... 10S.
" " SECOND CABIN, 6.s.
Passage Money to intermediate Ports, and Freight of Goods,
equally moderate.
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AGENTS, ROBERT MATTHEW, LONDON.
LAING & SWORD, LEITH.
JAMES FRAZER, MONTROSE.
GEORGE ELSMIE, Jun. ABERDEEN.
Waterloo Quay, 16th September, 1834'.


Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 10.06.1835
'THE ABERDEEN and LONDON STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY'S PACKETS will Sail
For LONDON, calling off SUNDERLAND, (weather permitting)
The Queen of Scotland,
Saturday, June 13, at 10 o'clock night.
Duke of Wellington,
Saturday, June 20, at 8 o'clock night.
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FOR LEITH AND MONTROSE,
THE MAZEPPA,
On Thursday morning, at 6 o'clock,
Monday morning, 15th June,
Friday morning, 19th June.
Passage money - First Cabin, 10s - Second, 5s.
ROBERT MATTHEW,
Aberdeen Steam Wharf, London,
WM. LAING & CO. Leith,
GEO. ELSMIE, Junior, Aberdeen.
Aberdeen, 9th June, 1835'.

Shipbuilder
DUFFUS
Owner
John Lumsden, William Reid and George Elsmie, merchants.
Dimensions
length 80' x breadth 15 3/12' x depth 10'
Registered Tonnage: 50 ton

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