SS Tasman (1921)
SS Tasman was a 4,922 gross register tons (GRT) Dutch steam ship built by Earle's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company Limited, Hull in 1921 for Koninklijke Paketvaart-Maatschappij (KPM), Ba...
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SS 's Jacob (1907)
SS 's Jacob Dutch freighter built by Maatschappij Fijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 1907, of 2,839 GRT and operated by Koninklijke Paketvaart-Maatschappij (KPM) in the Dutch East Indies trad...
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Wijhe Ferry
The Wijhe Ferry is a cable ferry across the IJssel in the Netherlands. The ferry crosses from Wijhe in Overijssel to Vorchten in Gelderland. The crossing is located some 17 kilometres (11 mi) sou...
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Amsterdam (VOC ship)
The Amsterdam was an 18th-century cargo ship of the Dutch East India Company. The ship started its maiden voyage from Texel to Batavia on 8 January 1749, but was wrecked in a storm on the English Chan...
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USS Bali (ID-2483)
USS Bali (ID 2483) was a large Dutch freighter seized in New York City by the U.S. Customs Service during World War I. She was assigned to the U.S. Navy and later the U.S. Army as a cargo ship to be u...
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MV Sirius
The MV Sirius is a Greenpeace ship named after the star Sirius. The Sirius was built with modern specifications at the Boele shipyard in the Netherlands in 1950 as one of 7 pilot vessels. The ship, or...
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MV Spiegelgracht
MV Spiegelgracht is a general cargo ship, operated by Spliethoff‍‍ '​‍s Bevrachtingskantoor. She was launched in 1999.
Spiegelgracht was built in Japan by the Tsuneishi Shipbuild...
SS Ganter
Ganter was a 1,771 GRT cargo ship that was built in 1927 by G Seebeck AG, Bremerhaven, Germany for German owners. She was requisitioned by the Kriegsmarine during the Second World War and operate...
MS Pride of Rotterdam
MS Pride of Rotterdam is a Dutch registered passenger and cargo roll-on/roll-off ship, in service with P&O North Sea Ferries on the Hull - Rotterdam route.
Pride of Rotterdam is 215.05...
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SS Ljusneälf
Ljusneälf was a 1,391 GRT cargo ship that was built in 1917 as Tilburg by L Smit & Zoon, Kinderdijk for Dutch owners. She was sold to German owners in 1922 and renamed Ljusneälf. A sale in 19...
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SS Soesterberg
SS Soesterberg was a Dutch-owned cargo steamship that was built in Belgium in 1927 and sunk by a U-boat in 1940 in the Battle of the Atlantic.
Antwerp Engineering Co Ltd, of Hoboken built the ship...
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MV Mi Amigo
Mi Amigo (Spanish: My Friend) was originally a three masted cargo schooner, that later gained international recognition as an offshore radio station.She was built as the schooner Margarethe for German...
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SS Breda
SS Breda was a Dutch cargo-passenger ship sunk in Scotland during World War II.
The ship was built at the Nieuwe Waterweg Scheepsbouwmaatschappij ("New Waterway Shipbuilding Company") yard at Schi...
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Prins Willem
The Prins Willem (or Prins Willim) was the largest ship at the time of the Dutch East India Company (the VOC).
The ship Prins Willim was built in 1649 in Middelburg in the Netherlands and sank nea...
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Wiebbe Hayes
Wiebbe Hayes (born about 1608) was a colonial soldier from Winschoten, Netherlands. Hayes became a national hero after he led a group of soldiers, sailors and other survivors of the shipwreck of the ...
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SS Dia
Location of the sinking of Dia.SS Dia was a 2,905 GRT cargo ship which was built as Empire Beaconsfield in 1943. She was owned by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT) and managed by Bank Line Ltd...
Astrid (brig)
STV Astrid was a 41.90-metre (137 ft 6 in) long tall ship that was built in 1918 in the Netherlands as a lugger and originally named W.U.T.A., short for Wacht Uw Tijd Af meaning "Bide Your ...
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Sardam
Sardam was a 17th-century Dutch East India Company (VOC) yacht (Dutch: jacht). It was a small merchant vessel designed primarily for the inter-island trade in the East Indies. The ship sailed for Java...
Meermin (VOC ship)
The Meermin was an 18th-century Dutch cargo ship of the "hoeker" type, one of many built and owned by the Dutch East India Company. Laid down in 1759 and fitted out as a slave ship before her maiden v...
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Operation Lilliput
Operation Lilliput (World War II) was the name given to a convoy operation directed by G.H.Q. Operations Instructions Number 21 of 20 October 1942 for transportation of troops, weapons, and supplies i...
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Batavia's Graveyard
Batavia's Graveyard: The True Story of the Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest Mutiny (2002) is a book by Welsh author Mike Dash about the Dutch ship Batavia, shipwrecked in 1629 on a small island...
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Vrouw Maria
Vrouw Maria (Lady Mary) was a Dutch wooden two-masted merchant ship carrying a valuable cargo of art objects, captained by Raymund Lourens, that sank on October 9, 1771, in the outer archipelago of th...
Albatros (1899)
The Albatros is a sailing ketch built in the Netherlands in 1899. Now used as a sail training vessel, she was the last sailing ship carrying commercial cargo in Europe.
Albatros was built at Capel...
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The Abrolhos tragedy
The Abrolhos tragedy is the only English translation of Isaac Commelin's 1647 Ongeluckige voyagie, van't schip Batavia, which was the first published account of the 1629 shipwreck of the Batavia in th...
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SS Arabic (1881)
SS Arabic was a steamship of the White Star Line and its first steel-hulled vessel. Like her predecessors, she was built by shipbuilders Harland and Wolff of Belfast.Originally intended to be named As...