The Immigrant ship Castle Eden made Numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand in the 19th Century
The ship CASTLE EDEN, a barque, built in Sunderland, England 1842, originally registered 760 tons, under new Lloyds calculations rated at 930 tons in 1848, belonging to Port of London and was used for London/Australia & New Zealand run, classed as A.1. Owners: J & F Somes.
- Results below from Ship searches showing all vessels of the same name which may have sailed to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand in the 19th Century.
- Castle Eden (Built 1842) voyage from London to Hobart Town (Tasmania) arriving 25 October 1845 then onto Sydney arriving 24 November 1845 with Regiment Troops, returning via Calcutta. 1845
- 'Shipping Intelligence.', Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), 28 October, p. 2. , viewed 12 Feb 2021, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8757557 http://marinersandships.com.au/1845/11/026cas.htm
- Castle Eden (Built 1842) voyage departed from Plymouth on 15 June 1848 to Sydney arriving on 9 November 1948 with immigrants (116 days sailing).
- NZ Voyage - From London & later Plymouth on Friday, October 18, 1850 - arriving at Lyttelton, New Zealand on Friday, February 14, 1851.
- Castle Eden, ship, 933 tons, Captain Thornhill, arrived Melbourne 3rd August, 1852 departing 29th ultimo, arrived Sydney 4th September, 1852.
- Ship Castle Eden, 930 tons, Captain W. May, from London 27th August, Southampton 11th September 1862, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 26th December 1862.
- The Ships List by Robert Janmaat, first accessed online on the 21st of December, 2019 at: http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/castleeden1862.shtml
- 2/1862 - Castle Eden from the State Records of SA, Passenger Lists 1845 - 1940, first accessed online on the 21st of December, 2019 at: https://archives.sa.gov.au/sites/default/files/documentstore/passengerlists/1862/GRG35_48_1_62-2_Castle%20Eden.pdf
- Castle Eden (Built 1842) voyage departed London 2nd July, Southampton 9th July 1864 for Brisbane, Queensland, arrival November 1.