Wrecked on the coast of Portugal 22 January 1626; 198 men were taken prisoner in Lisboa. Archaeologists in Portugal have discovered a wreck in September 2018 that could be a Dutch East Indiaman.
The peppercorns, fragments of Chinese porcelain and bronze cannon among the sunken remains of a 400-year-old ship that once sailed the spice route between Europe and India. Cowrie shells were also found, which were used in the slave trade on the West coast of Africa.
|People on board||198|
- Dutch-Asiatic Shipping.
Details of voyage 0324.3 from Texel.