ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
NAVARIN
Construction
WOOD
Type
HERMAPHRODITE
Date
1828
Description
Date: April 1828
Rig: HERMAPHRODITE/SCHOONER

Construction: Wood - Oak & Fir, 1 Deck, 2 Masts, Standing Bowsprit, Square Sterned, Carvel Built, No Galleries, Female Figure, Head, Iron Bolts, 2 Chains

Subscribing Owners:
Robert Catto & Robert Catto Jr, Wm Donald Jr, Merchants, Aberdeen, known as Catto Thomson & Co.

Other Owners were:
Alexander Hay, Merchant, Wm Crabb, Baker, Peter Abel, Coal Broker

Masters:
1830/1833: W Mitchell
1939/1840: Noble

Owners:
1828/1829: As above
1830/1833: A Hay (see above)
1839/1840: Noble

Route:
1830/1831: London/Coastal
1832/1833: London/Antwerp
1839/1840: Sunderland/Coastal

Owned in 1836 by Robert Catto & Robert Catto Junior and William Donald Junior, merchants.

Notes:
Wm Duthie, Shipbuilder at one time held 8/64 shares
1839 Lloyds classified this ship as a Schooner?
Lloyds Classification A1

Aberdeen Journal, 13/8/1834: for sale by public group, 14 August, eight sixty fourths of vessel Navarin, of Aberdeen, as she presently lies in harbour of Aberdeen. To ensure sale, a low upset price (repeated 1/10/1834 - Navarin described as "presently on voyage to Stettin").

Newcastle Courant, 3/3/1837: for sale by private contract - schooner Navarin, of Aberdeen, 102 tons register, George Mitchell master, built 1828 and now lying at Deat's Hole. Particulars from Blackbird, Hunter and Clarke, Brokers, Newcastle.
Shipbuilder
DUTHIE
Dimensions
length 62' 8" x breadth x 19' 8 ½" x depth 10' 8"
gross tonnage 102 75/94 tons

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