Category: Surry (1811)

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- Voyages to New Zealand are dated from the Year they departed not the Year they arrive at their destination, If not in the same year
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The Surry (also known as Surrey) was a ship of 433 tons. She was built in 1811 at Harwich.

She made 11 convict voyages, more than any other ship, from 1814 to 1842. She transported 2,177 convicts with a loss of 51 men and 1 woman. Most of the deaths were on the first voyage in 1814 due to typhus.

She was broken up in 1857.

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