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A number of sailing vessels were named Alexander:
- Alexander (1783), a 452 ton merchant barque built at Hull in 1783, that transported convicts to Botany Bay in 1788, as part of the First Fleet.
- Alexander (1801), a 278 ton merchant ship built at Quebec in 1801, that transported convicts to Port Jackson in 1806.
- Alexander (1811), a 227 ton merchant ship built in the United States in 1811, captured as a prize during the War of 1812, that transported convicts to Port Jackson in 1816.
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