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Wooden tea clipper built in 1856 by Alexander Hall & Sons, Aberdeen, at a cost of £21.655. Dimensions: 204'0"×35'3"×21'0" and tonnage: 1185 tons OM, 853 tons, and 776 tons under deck.

Robin Hood was a tea clipper built by Alexander Hall and Sons, in Aberdeen, Scotland, in 1856. The ship’s best known commander was Capt. Cobb.  The ship is remembered for a 107 day passage to San Francisco

1856
Launched at the shipyard of Alexander Hall & Sons, Aberdeen, for James Beazley. Captain George Cobb.
1857 August 6 - November 30
Sailed from Shanghai to London in 116 days. Captain G. Cobb.
1858 September 9 - December 17
Sailed from Foochow to London in 99 days with 1.032.660 lbs of tea. Captain G. Cobb.
1859
Sailed from Scilly Island to Hong Kong in 102 days.
1859 October 1 - London 16
Sailed from Whampoa to London in 107 days. Captain G. Cobb.
1860 July 19 - November 20
Sailed from Foochow to London in 124 days. Captain G. Cobb.
1861 June 14 - October 14
Sailed from Foochow to Liverpool in 122 days. Captain G. Cobb.
1862 May 29 - October 13
Sailed from Foochow to London in 137 days. Captain J. Mann.
1863 June 4 - October 4
Sailed from Foochow to London in 122 days. Captain J. Mann.
1864 June 6 - October 6
Sailed from Foochow to London in 122 days. Captain J. Darlington.
1864 November 22
Sunk off Dungeness in a collision with the ship Spirit of Ocean.

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