USS Traveller (1805)

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Career (United States)
Name: USS Traveller
Namesake: Previous name retained
Acquired: June 1805
Fate: Sold December 1805
Notes: Formerly a civilian fishing smack
General characteristics
Type: Supply boat
Tonnage: 36 tons
Sail plan: Sails

USS Traveller was a supply boat that served in the United States Navy in 1805.

Commodore Edward Preble acquired the fishing smack Traveller in June 1805 to carry supplies to American ships operating in the Mediterranean Sea. She apparently commanded by Sailing Master Benjamin C. Prince.

Traveller was sold to Sir Alexander Ball in December 1805.

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