Santa Saturnina

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José María Narváez - 1791 Explorations
... The San Carlos was accompanied by the schooner Santa Saturnina, nicknamed La Orcasitas ... the Northwest America, built by Meares at Nootka.) Narváez commanded the Santa Saturnina, with the pilot Juan Carrasco ... The Santa Saturnina spent several weeks exploring Barkley Sound ...
Juan Carrasco (explorer) - 1791 Voyage Under Eliza
... Two ships were used, the San Carlos, under Eliza, and the smaller schooner Santa Saturnina ... Carrasco served as a pilot on the Santa Saturnina, at first as second-in-command under José María Narváez and later as the schooner's commander ... The Santa Saturnina was 36 ft (11 m) long, with a beam of 12 ft (3.7 m), and a draft of 5 ft (1.5 m), and was equipped with eight oars ...
List Of Historical Ships In British Columbia - S
... Santa Gertrudis la Magna Santa Gertrudis José María Narváez sloop or schooner About 40-50 tons Spain Spanish Navy Dept ... Crisis and renamed Built 1788, captured by Spain in 1789, rebuilt in 1790 as Santa Saturnina Santa Saturnina La Orcasitas, Horcasitas José María Narváez, Juan Carrasco schooner 32 tonales ... of San Blas Built in 1790 from the disassembled Santa Gertrudis 1790-91 36 feet long beam of 12 feet "drawing 5 feet of water" equipped with 8 oars ...

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