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Jacatra
Book Merchant Sailing Ships, 1850-1875: Heyday of Sail
Author David R. MacGregor
Published Conway Maritime, London,
ISBN 0851773168, 9780851773162
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Jacatra (1912) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (1914) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (bark, built in Rotterdam, 1839) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (brig, built in Rotterdam, 1869) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (brig; Capt. Wm. Dirksen; noted in directory of 1878) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (brig; Capt. Wm. Dirksen; noted in directory of 1879) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (brig; Capt. Wm. Dirksen; noted in directory of 1881) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (British; Cargo, Wood, Sailing Vessel 3-masted Ship, built 1852; ON: 22946) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (cargoliner, built 1912, at Port Glasgow; tonnage: 5373) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (Dutch; Cargo, Steel, Screw Steamer, built 1912) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (Glasgow, 1852, Sail; ON: 22946) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (of ?, T. Ayton, Master, 348 tons, from the port of Java to Port Jackson, New South Wales ? February 1853) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (of Glasgow, James Mactoldridge, Master, 348 tons, from the port of San Francisco to Sydney, New South Wales, 15th Nov 1857) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (of Glasgow, Thos. Aiton, Master, 348 tons, from the port of Hong Kong Via Manila to Sydney, New South Wales, 20th December, 1854) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (Ship of Glasgow, Thomas Aiton, Master, 248 tons, from the port of Sourabaya to Port Jackson, New South Wales, 2nd February 1853) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. M. Spring; noted in directory of 1866) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. M. Spring; noted in directory of 1867) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. M. Spring; noted in directory of 1868) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. M. Spring; noted in directory of 1869) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. N. Spring; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (ship; Capt. N. Spring; noted in directory of 1865) Subscribe to view
Jacatra (steamship, built in Middlesbrough, 1884) Subscribe to view