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Navarino, Immigrant Voyage to South Australia 1837

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The Navarino was a three masted barque, of 463 tons, that had been built in 1808 and rebuilt in 1835 so it was a relatively new ship. It sailed from Blackwall on 24 August via Gravesend, London on 26 August 1837 and it arrived in South Australia in December, initially at Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island, on 30 November 1837 to drop off a few passengers and then finally to Adelaide on 6 December 1837. The ship was under the command of Captain Christopher Abel Warming and the voyage took 102 days indicating that it did not call into another port along the way. The ship carried 217 passengers of which 151 were adults and 66 were children.





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