Captain Cook:

60 ship citations (6 free) in 33 resources
Captain Cook
Book Ships of the World: An Historical Encyclopedia
Author Lincoln P. Paine
Published Houghton Mifflin, Boston,
ISBN 0585109486, 9780585109480, 0395715563, 9780395715567
Page 467
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Captain Cook (Armstrong, captain) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (barque/ship, 451 tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Brisbane, 1875, Sail; ON: 55967) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Canadian, Tug, built 1966; Vancouver; IMO 6613483; O.N. 326544) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Canadian; Official Number: 13620, built Quebec, Quebec, Canada) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Canadian; Official Number: 9003471) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Commercial Fishing Vessel; Homer, AK; built 1981; 42 gross tons; call sign WDG8914) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (convict transport) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (country ship, built in India) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (Ferry; Official No.: 385820; 30.02 meters; built 1973; Fremantle) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (from the South Sea Islands to Sydney, New South Wales, 19th April, 1871) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (I) (Built UK; snow) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (II) (Built 1966, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1966; Tug, 123.86 tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (III) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Liverpool, 1855, Sail; ON: 26097) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Brisbane, Neil Brodie Master, 55 tons, from the port of Sweeis Island to Sydney, New South Wales, 21 St November) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Brisbane, Neil Brodie, Master 55 tons, from the port of Maryborough to Sydney 13th March 1869) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Brisbane, Neil Brodie, Master, 55 tons, from the port of Sweeis Island ? to Sydney, New South Wales, 24th June 1868) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Brisbane, Neil Brodie, Master, 55 tons, from the S. S. Islands to Sydney, New South Wales, 24th Nov. 1869) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Sydney, John William Clark, Master, 52 tons, from the S.S. Islands Via Newcastle to Sydney, New South Wales, 19th June 1865) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (of Sydney, Joseph W. Delaney, Master, 55 tons, from port of Pioneer River to Sydney, New South Wales, 20 January 1867) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Passenger (Inspected); Juneau, AK; built 1977; 56 gross tons; call sign WDD7796) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Pilot Boat, Passenger Ship, Steamer) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Recreational; Paramus, NJ; built 1995; 19 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Recreational; St Clair Shores, MI; built 1998; 27 gross tons) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (schooner, 73 new measurement, 62.2 x 17.4 x 10.0, Port Adelaide 1847 by Henry Athom) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (schooner, 73 tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Schooner; wrecked 1850) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Schooner; wrecked 1873) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Schooner; wrecked 1875) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Schooner; wrecked 1878) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Shields, 1848, Sail, 209 tons; ON: 2112) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (ship, 1177 tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (ship, 430/451 tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Ship; Canadian; Official Number: 9003470, built 1854, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; 1272 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Ship; Official Number: 91000170) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Sydney, NSW, 1862, Sail; ON: 43218) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Sydney, NSW, 1894, Steam; ON: 101105) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook (Twin screw steamer; wrecked 1903) Subscribe to view
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Captain Cook (Whitby, 1871, Steam; ON: 58783) Subscribe to view
Captain Cook, schooner, 74, 62.2 x 17.4 x 10' Port Adelaide 1847 by Henry Athorn; Henry Athorn (48) & James Frederick Bennett (16) (Port Adelaide 7/1847); Subscribe to view
Captain Cook, snow
Journal American Neptune (1941-1990; Vols. 1-50)
Published Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.,
ISSN 0003-0155
Pages (1786), XI, 155-156
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