Queen Charlotte (merchant ship)

Queen Charlotte (Merchant Ship)

Queen Charlotte (merchant ship)

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The Queen Charlotte was a British Maritime Fur Trade merchant ship in the late 18th century. It was named after Charlotte, the queen consort of King George III. This merchant ship should not be confused with the various Royal Navy ships called HMS Queen Charlotte which were also named after this queen.

In 1787, the Queen Charlotte was on a trading voyage in the waters off north-western North America, commanded by Captain George Dixon. He named the Queen Charlotte Islands after his ship.

The Queen Charlotte was a 200 ton (Builder's Old Measurement) ship with a crew of 33.

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