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Douglas - ship   This ship, the S.S. (RMS) Douglas, was in service with the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company.
Bryce Douglas  
29-08-1777: Sloop Douglas Captured by American Privateer
Advice is received of the sloop Douglas of this port being taken on the 13th August in Lat. 48.7 N. Long. 9.25 W. by the Oliver Cromwell privateer of Salem.
The privateer plundered him of his money sails and rigging and afterwards gave the sloop to the captain on condition that he would land 16 prisoners in some English or Irish port.

Resolute in the doldrums on the Equator, Dec., 1852.

 

 

 

Ships named Douglas   Douglas ship owners

Douglas - The Death Ship

 

The Douglas ca 1873-1886

 

The Douglas, iron single screw steamer

 

The good ship Percy Douglas

 

PS Douglas, 1864

 

The wreck of the SS Douglas, 1888

 

The wreck of the SS Douglas (1889), 1923

 

SS Douglas, sunk by a U-boat

 

SS Douglas, tug

 

S.S. (RMS) Douglas, 1889, Isle of Man Steam Packet Company

 

The wreck of the Jane Douglas, 1901

 

Douglas Steamship Company, Ltd., Hong Kong, 1883-1976

 

HMS Douglas, 1917-1945

 

The sinking of the Florence M. Douglas, 1927-1942

 

King Douglas, oil/chemical tanker

 

The Black Douglas motor yacht

 

The Black Douglas schooner

 

The Black Douglas - Fish and Wildlife Service Ship

 

MV Cape Douglas (2)

 

Swedish steamer Douglas

 

Baron Douglas (3)

 

PS Douglas, later USS Gettysburg

 

Canal barge Edwin T. Douglas

 

Rachel Douglas, fishing vessel

 

South African Douglas Bay

 

The Douglas Castle, 1868

 

The Douglas Pennant - 1861 schooner

 

Training ship Royann Douglas

 

The John Douglas, 1911

 

SS Jane Douglas towing "Eunice" across the bar at Hokitika, NZ

 

The sinking of the Sarah Jane, 1918

 

The wreck of the George H. Douglas

 

The Empire Douglas

 

Marion G. Douglas

 

The Maria Douglas

 

Barque 'Douglas'; Captain Carrie, off Hunter's Island, Tasmania, 11 Mar 1865

 

Sir James Douglas, lighthouse tender, and other roles

 

Sir James Douglas, Canadian buoy laying vessel

 

Snow Douglas from Greenock Scotland to Boston Massachusetts July 1764

 

William Douglas 1263 tons, built 1875

 

Sarah E. Douglas

 

Massacre on board the Douglas, Schooner

 

BETSY DOUGLAS 1870, Schooner Of 24 tons built at Dunedin in 1862. Foundered about a mile offshore after leaving Charleston on 27th December 1870 after striking a rock.

 

Helen Douglas, formerly the Cambridge

 

  Henry Douglas, of Kilcoo, Co. Down, with John McIlroy, owner of sloop' Industry' ; signed a petition re Newcastle harbour in 1848

Captain Robert Stuart Douglas, son of James Henderson Douglas, of the Quaker Oats family, owns Coastwise Packet Co. He has the longest standing schooner/captain relationship in the windjammer business. 


Sir Joseph Abraham Douglas, born 1797

 

Sholto Douglas, 19th Earl of Morton

 

Hon. William Sholto Douglas



Contributions to this list would be welcome.
     
Others    
Bryce DouglasArchibald Bryce-Douglas - Marine Engineer and Shipbuilder - donated the ship, called the Bryce-Douglas, on the steeple of Barony Saint John's Church in Ardrossan.    

See also:

  • Ship Registration Index in the Library and Archives of Canada
  • Douglas Sea Scale
  • Douglas Steamship Company
  • Douglas navigation protractor
  • Douglas-Appleyard Arcless Sextant
  • The Wreck of the Sea Horse
  • Ships' captains
  • The Crown
  • Henry & Francis
  • Ship wrecks
  • William Douglas' ship's flag
  • SY John Fell
  • Ramola

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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