Adelaide (1832)

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Career
Name: Adelaide
Owner: Samuel Jones & Thomas Steel
Port of registry: Sydney
Ship registration number: 8/1832
Builder: Unknown Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Completed: 1832
Fate: Wrecked May 1834
General characteristics
Type: Wood cutter
Tonnage: 29 GT
Displacement: 29 NT
Length: 11.58  m
Beam: 4.419  m
Draught: 1.853  m

The Adelaide was a wooden cutter that was wrecked near Bird Island, Norah Head, New South Wales, in May 1834. She was carrying a load of timber.

Coordinates: 33°14′S 151°36′E / 33.23°S 151.60°E / -33.23; 151.60