Admiral Aplin

28877
Nominal GunsUnknownEICS
NationalityUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
OperatorEast India Company
Purchased8.3.1802EICS
ShipyardTemple's Yard - South Shields EICS
ConstructorSimon Temple (1728-1805)EICS
CategoryMerchantEICS
Ship TypeEast Indiaman EICS
Sailing RigShip RiggedEICS
Captured9.1.1804EICS

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentEICS
Length of Gundeck122' 2"Imperial Feet37.1879 
Length of Keel98' 4"Imperial Feet29.8831 
Breadth32' 0"Imperial Feet9.7536 
Depth in Hold14' 11"Imperial Feet4.2736 
DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:1323
Length of Gundeck122' 2"Imperial Feet37.1879 
Breadth32' 0"Imperial Feet9.7536 
Depth in Hold14' 9"Imperial Feet4.3244 
Burthen558Tons BM 

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1802/03/08 - 1804/01/09Moses Agar (1770-1758)EICS

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
8.3.180260 EICS

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
20.5.1802 - 9.1.1804Captain (HEIC)John RogersEICS


Notes on Ship


JournalIORMAR

Built by Temple at South Shields, measured 1802, 2 decks, length 122ft 2in, keel 98ft 4in, breadth 32ft, hold 14ft 11in, wing transom 17ft, port cell 25ft 8in, waist 10in, between decks 6ft 10in, roundhouse 6ft 4in, ports 6 middle, 60 crew, 558 tons.

Principal Managing Owner: Moses Agar.

Voyages:

(1) 1801/2 Madras. Capt John Rogers. Downs 20 May 1802 - 25 Sep Madras - 3 Jan 1803 St Helena - 31 Mar Deptford.

(2) 1802/3 Ceylon, Madras and Bengal. Portsmouth 28 Aug 1803 - captured by the French near Mauritius 9 Jan 1804.



 

Previous comments on this pageno comments to display
Make a comment about this page





Recent comments to other pages
Date postedByPage
Sunday 15th of September 2019 16:40AvMBritish hired transport 'Smallbridge' (1809)
Sunday 15th of September 2019 16:39AvMBritish hired transport 'Smallbridge' (1809)
Sunday 15th of September 2019 16:38AvMBritish hired transport 'Smallbridge' (1809)
Sunday 15th of September 2019 16:34AvMBritish hired transport 'Smallbridge' (1809)
Sunday 15th of September 2019 09:24CyPaul Henry Ourry (1719-1783)