At the time of her demise, the Drie Gebroeders was in the service of the Zeeland Chamber and was being hired by the VOC. The vessel was beached after it had sprung a leak, causing the ship to wreck.
|Master||Jan Roelofsz de Groot|
|Tonnage||828 ton (414 last)|
Most of the cargo was apparently salvaged shortly after the ship had wrecked.
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Drie Gebroeders (+1792).
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Port View with Two Flute Ships.
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