Sir John Sherbrooke (Halifax) - Merchantman

Merchantman

Far larger than most colonial privateers, Sir John Sherbrooke required a constant supply of American captures to pay for her large crew. Following the destruction of most American shipping during the war, the Sir John Sherbrooke became unprofitable to operate as a privateer and her owners sold her in 1814. Her new owners then converted her to a merchant ship.

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