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Fort Aguada, Goa.

Fort Aguada, Goa.
Fort Aguada, Goa.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H3797
Description: A frequent mooring for English East India ships taking on water, provisions and Lascars in the eighteenth century. Between 1700 and 1784 around 61 East India Company ships are known to have called at Goa. Ship's logs show that many English East India Company captains chose to spend Christmas in Goa.
Creator: Clifford J. Pereira
Date: 1998
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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