George Douglas - merchantman

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The George Douglas was a merchantman of unknown registry.

The vessel was wrecked on a reef in 1794 on the north side of the Bermuda islands and then slid off into deeper water.

She was en route from Havana to Newfoundland when wrecked.  She was lost about the same time as the Harriot, a merchantman brig.


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Sources for this article include:
  • Encyclopedia of Western Atlantic Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasure


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