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|Geelvinck: Three masted frigate-yacht; Length: 111 voet 7 duim; Beam: 29 voet 7 duim; Hold: 11 voet 5.5 duim; 380 tons; Crew: 120; VOC-wharf Amsterdam, Netherlands; 1696|
Under the command of Willem de Vlamingh, Geelvinck was the lead vessel in a three ship expedition in 1696 (Geelvinck, Wezel and Nijptang). The expedition was tasked with charting the west-coast of Australia, and to look for survivors of t'Ridderschap van Holland, which had dissappeared in 1694, and Vergulde Draeck, lost 40 years earlier.
|Mary: Yacht; Length: 15.8m (keel); 100 tons; Crew: 28; Armament: 7 guns; Netherlands; 1661|
The yacht Mary was presented to Charles II of England by the Dutch VOC in 1661, starting the tradition of 'yachting'.