The Bengalee was a three masted barque displacing 304 (or 354) tons, owned by Hamlin and Company, Greenock. It was principally used as a supply ship, although it did carry human cargo also. It was built in 1837 at Dumbarton.
Captain Thomas Hamlin did not allow the consumption of alcohol on his ship, thus it was known as a temperance ship.
- Hamburg to Port Adelaide, South Australia - 10 July 1838 to 16 November 1838 bringing a group of the first Prussian settlers to Australia
- Port Adelaide, South Australia to Batavia - 27 February 1839
- Calcutta to Liverpool - arrived 16 December 1839
- ??? to Sydney - arrived 26 June 1840
- Hobart Town to Canton - arrived 3 November 1843
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- "Bengalee", Private homepage of Graeme Moad
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