Barque 'Mary Hay'

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The barque ‘Mary Hay’ was built at Peterhead by Scott & Stevenson and launched in 1837. The vessel was used on the South American, South African and Australasian trade routes. The 'Mary Hay' was wrecked at the Scilly Isles in 1852.

Arbuthnot Museum, Peterhead



Barque 'Mary Hay'


1837 (?)


oil on canvas-lined paper


H 65.4 x W 70.5 cm

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Barque Mary Hay Alexander Volun Commander Peterhead Bay 1837


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