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Bucephalus (Ship 1854)

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The ship Bucephalus made numerous Voyages to the Australian colonies in the 19th Century

Built at Quebec by Jean Lemelin junior and launched from his shipyard at Hare Point on 16th August 1854, the Bucephalus Gross tonnage 1197 - Net tonnage 1056.

Her voyages included:

From Liverpool on Friday, July 6, 1855 - arriving at Adelaide on Friday, October 12, 1855. Captain J. Betts Thompson.
From ? - arriving at Port Phillip Bay in May 1860.
From Shields, England bound to Bombay with troops in 1861.

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Please take care choosing this Category as similar ships could have and did make similar voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century.

Not to be confused with at least 4 other vessels of the same name.
An 1884 built Iron Screw Steamer, as seen in the Passengers in History website, which sailed to various ports at the end of the 19th Century.

And a much smaller vessel a barque of 557 tons, which had sailed from Glasgow, 10th November 1853 to Port Phillip, with William Nelson, its master. from the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer of Thursday 16 March 1854.

Or the HMS Bucephalus a 32-gun frigate of a half a century earlier. Or the earlier HMS Bucephalus a 64 gun Alexander-class fourth-rate ship of the line commissioned in September, 1720.

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