Category: Fanny (1810)

Categories: 1810s Ships | Ships by Name

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Fanny was a merchant ship built on the River Thames, England in 1810. She was a West Indiaman but made one voyage transporting convicts from England to Australia. On her return she reverted to trading with the West Indies. She apparently burnt in 1817, but may have been salvaged. She was last listed in 1822. Wikipedia

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