Name ship: AMBARAWA

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Identification Data

Year built: 1840
Classification Register:
IMO number:
Nat. Official Number:
Category: Cargo vessel
Propulsion: Sailing Vessel
Type: Frigate
Standard Ship Type:
Type Deck:
Masts: Three masts
Rig:
Lift Capacity:
Material Hull: Wood
Decks: 2
Construction Data

Shipbuilder: Werf 'De Zwarte Rave' (Jan Knol), Amsterdam, Netherlands
Yardnumber:
Date Laid Down: 1839-01-26
Launch Date: 1840-02-06
Delivery Date: 1840-00-00
Technical Data

Ship is not motorized.
 
Gross Tonnage:
Net Tonnage: 670.00 tons (oude meting)
Net Tonnage 2: 354.00 lasts
Deadweight:
 
Length 1: 39.60 Meters Registered
Beam: 6.76 Meters Registered
Depth: 5.63 Meters Registered
Draught:
 
Passengers:
1st 2nd 3rd Steerage Deck Total
0 0 0 0 0 0
Configuration Changes

Certificate of Registry
Year registered 1840
Number in register 406
Name ship AMBARAWA
Type Fregat
Lasts 354
Built province/country Noord Holland, Noord Holland
Binnenland
Remarks
Date agenda 1840-07-10
Passport requested by Trakranen & Co.
City Amsterdam
Master at time of request Buykes, W.H.
Harbour
Other Remarks
Ship History Data

Date/Name Ship 1840-06-00 AMBARAWA
Manager: Trakranen & Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Owner: Trakranen & Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Amsterdam / Netherlands
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1857-05-11 CHRISTINA HELENA
Manager: T. Haverkamp, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Owner: T. Haverkamp, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Amsterdam / Netherlands
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1861-12-02 TěNSBERG
Manager: N. Thue, Tønsberg, Norway
Owner: N. Thue, Tønsberg, Norway
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Norway
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1870-00-00 TěNSBERG
Manager: H. Dinning, Quebec (P.Q.), Canada
Owner: H. Dinning, Quebec (P.Q.), Canada
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Quebec (P.Q.) / Canada
Callsign:
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 1876-00-00 TěNSBERG
Manager: N. Bugge, Tønsberg, Norway
Owner: N. Bugge, Tønsberg, Norway
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Norway
Callsign:
Additional info:

Ship Events Data

1870-04-29: Op 29 april 1870 werd de TěNSBERG, kapt Jensen (Jansen) nabij St. Denis op Lawrence rivier aangezeild door de QUEEN OF THE CLYDE waarbij de hoofdmast afbrak en andere schade ontstond.
De TěNSBERG werd afgekeurd en verkocht voor GBP 4.020,-, weer gerepareerd in bleef in de vaart.

1885-00-00: Had averij (nog geen oorzaak bekend)

1887-11-04: Final Fate: 04.11.1887: Schip door bemanning verlaten in de Altlantische Oceaan, op weg van Quebec naar Dublin met een lading hout. De 14 bemanningsleden werden gered door het Amerikaanse schip CLARA B en op 19 nov. te Cardiff geland. (Bron: L.C.H.)

Ship Masters Data

Date from: 1840
Captain: Buykes, W. H.
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

Date from: 1843
Captain: Decliseur
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

Date from: 1844
Captain: Karst, P.
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

Date from: 1852
Captain: Buykes, J.
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

Date from: 1858
Captain: Tjebbes, C.
College:
Flagnumber: 0
Other information: 0

Images

Sources


Year: 1840-06-25
Source: Noord-Hollands Archief/Haarlem
Description: BIJLBRIEF: Noord-Hollands Archief - Haarlem / Archiefnummer Amst.198.3179-1840.23 - DVD XI ? 276, 277
General information regarding this ship

1870

Samengesteld bericht uit:
17 May 1870 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
20 May 1870 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfre
21 May 1870 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland

Quebec May 6.—The TØNSBERG, capt. Jensen, from London for Quebec, whilst at anchor off St. Denis, was run into by The QUEEN OF THE CLYDE, Mc’Vicar. from the Clyde for Montreal, were in collision in the Lawrence on the evening off the 29th ult. Both vessels sustained damage  The QUEEN OF THE CLYDE was cut down to the water's edge; she was run ashore, but afterwards towed up here 30th April.
Quebec, May 7. —The ship TØNSBERG, Jansen, arrived in port on the 30th ultimo, and will go into the floating dock to be repaired and ship a new mainmast. The captain reports that his ship was at anchor and the lights up, when the QUEEN OF THE CLYDE struck her amidships, breaking the mainmast, and cutting her down to below the water’s edge.