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None of the Shaw Savill and Albion Company’s fleet of sailing vessels had a better record than the Westland, a full rigged ship of 1,116 tons, which for some years attracted worldwide attention among ship masters on the Pacific and Atlantic. Built by Duncan, she was one of the last ships ordered by the company.

The Westland made only one passage to Bluff, arriving on 4th January 1900, under the command of Captain Kelly, and taking a total of 92 days.

As yet I have not been able to find any passenger lists for this ship, but I will keep on looking.

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