Port of Bridgetown, Barbados Passenger Lists

View Overlooking Bridgetown Harbor in Barbados circa 1893.

View Overlooking Bridgetown Harbor in Barbados circa 1893. GGA Image ID # 170fabed10

Barbados is one of the most salubrious places in the world ; the great extremes of from hot to cold , such as is experienced in many winter resorts, as in Florida, Italy and the south of France, being here unknown, its climate is especially adapted to make it an agreeable and advantageous winter residence for those afflicted with lung and throat trouble , who have to spend that season of the year out of England or the United States.

The seasons in Barbados are but two, the wet and the dry, or the hot and the cool. The wet season lasts from the beginning of June to about the end of October, the dry extending over the remaining months. While the wet season lasts there are fre quent and heavy showers, with occasional thunder storms. During the dry season , and especially throughout the latter half of November, through December, January, February, March and April, the northeast trade wind blows steadily and the climate is delightful.

"The Bridge" in Bridgetown, Barbados circa 1893.

"The Bridge" in Bridgetown, Barbados circa 1893. GGA Image ID # 170fb8432f

Digitized Passenger Lists for the Port of Bridgetown

Front Cover of a First Class Passenger List from the SS Vandyck of the Lamport & Holt Line, Departing 9 July 1914 from Buenos Aires to New York via Montevideo, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia (Salvador), Trinidad (Port of Spain), and Barbados (Bridgetown)

1914-07-09 SS Vandyck Passenger List

  • Steamship Line: Lamport & Holt Line
  • Class of Passengers: First Class
  • Date of Departure: 9 July 1914
  • Route: Buenos Aires to New York via Montevideo, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia (Salvador), Trinidad (Port of Spain), and Barbados (Bridgetown)
  • Commander: Captain A. Codogan.

 

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