speaking from my perspective as coordinator on Québécois project, I don't think we could have just ''ship, arrival date''. For one thing, on the ships we have data for, which is actually fairly extensive, they arrive at a known date in Québec or Tadoussac (some ships could not go to Québec due to size of ship), and we have passenger and crew lists to some extent.
However, these ships returned to France, very often with passengers, and in many of those cases we know when they left here, not when they arrived at the other end. There are also the known cases of ships foundering, one in particular, which left here with many families after the conquest of Québec, foundered off the coast of Acadie, only a very few people survived.
There are also ships that leave France from La Rochelle and stop at Dieppe before coming here, they picked up passengers in both locations. Not all departure dates are known. Then many stop in the Gaspé peninsula, often at Percé, before going on to Québec.
So it's not really cut-and-dried. I would love to establish these ship categories, would make it much easier to spot who met on a ship.