Mariner (1809 ship)
Mariner was launched at Philadelphia in 1809. The British seized her for trading with the French and she became a British merchantman. She was wrecked in July 1823.
|Fate:||Wrecked 1 July 1823|
|Tons burthen:||262, or 26275⁄94, (bm)|
|Length:||91 ft 5 in (27.9 m)|
|Beam:||26 ft 3 in (8.0 m)|
|Armament:||6 × 18-pounder carronades|
Mariner first appeared in Lloyd's Register (LR) in 1811 with Rd. Yeo, master, Alder & Co., owners, and trade Plymouth. The next year her master changed to W. Rutter, and her trade was listed as "London transport". In 1816 her owner was Birdwood & Co.
Lloyd's List reported on 17 February 1824 that Mariner, Douglas, master, had sailed from New South Wales for Rio de Janeiro and England on 11 March 1823. She had stopped at the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, in April and had left there on 2 May. She had not been heard of since leaving New Zealand.
Citations and references
- Hackman, Rowan (2001). Ships of the East India Company. Gravesend, Kent: World Ship Society. ISBN 0-905617-96-7.