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Waterloo Voyages to Australia

The Waterloo voyage of 1842 was wrecked on 28/8/1842.
189 people drowned, these being 143 convicts, 15 men of the 99th Regiment, together with 17 wives and children, the boatswain Mr. Chiverton, the sailmaker, the carpenter and 11 of the crew.
Convicts were then received in Cape Town Prison from the wreck of the Waterloo, 2nd September 1842.
They then completed their voyage to VDL per “Cape Packet” which arrived on 23/11/1842.

  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 12th March, 1829

    Arrived 9th July, 1829 at New South Wales
    Average sentence: 10 Years | Life sentences: 64 | Passengers: 110
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 18th December, 1830

    Arrived 30th April, 1831 at New South Wales
    Average sentence: 7 Years | Life sentences: 21 | Passengers: 60
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 11th March, 1833

    Arrived 3rd August, 1833 at New South Wales
    Average sentence: 9 Years | Life sentences: 70 | Passengers: 216
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 18th November, 1834

    Arrived 3rd March, 1835 at Van Diemen's Land
    Average sentence: 9 Years | Life sentences: 86 | Passengers: 226
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 21st May, 1836

    Arrived 6th September, 1836 at New South Wales [Port Phillip]
    Average sentence: 7 Years | Life sentences: 0 | Passengers: 2
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 2nd October, 1837

    Arrived 8th February, 1838 at New South Wales
    Average sentence: 9 Years | Life sentences: 75 | Passengers: 224
  • Waterloo

    Sailed on 30th May, 1842

    Arrived 23rd November, 1842 at Van Diemen's Land
    Average sentence: 10 Years | Life sentences: 33 | Passengers: 220