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PLANTER

PLANTER WAS  A VESSEL OF 285 TONS

 CHARTERED BY SHAW SAVILL & CO IN 1862 FOR A VOYAGE TO NEW ZEALAND

 

PLANTER

PLANTER A VESSEL OF 231 TONS BUILT IN 1857 SHE MADE A VOYAGE TO MELBOURNE IN 1862 AND ANOTHER VOYAGE TO HOBART IN 1867 AND AGAIN TO TASMANIA IN 1884. LATER USED AS A COAL HULK. SHE WAS LOST FROM THE REGISTRY BY 1913 ( OFFICIAL NUBER MAYBE WAS 15355

 

PLANTER

PLANTER A VESSEL OF 500 TONS AT OTAGO AND DUNEDIN WHARF ON APRIL 20TH 1862

 THESE ARE  POSSIBLY THE SAME VESSEL AS THE SHAW SAVILL CHARTERED VESSEL OF 1862  

PLANTER

PLANTER WAS A AMERICAN VESSEL OF 1,987 TONS

A VESSEL  CALLED PLANTER  WAS IN MELBOURNE IN JANUARY 1858

THERE WAS ALSO A BARQUE CALLED PLANTER FROM CARDIFF  WHO ARRIVED IN MELBOURNE 27TH OCTOBER 1858. SHE HAD  POSSIBLY  ARRIVED VIA CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 

 

 

VERY LITTLE INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THESE VESSELS

 

 

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