The Enterprise (1827)
- Two-masted schooner of approximately 40 tons.
- ‘Timbers of the Puriri and Rata trees, and planked with the Kauri’ (Polack 1838:194).
- Maiden voyage to Sydney 18th September 1827. ‘Lading, pork, flax, and potatoes’ (Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12 October 1827, p. 2).
- Sailed under a pass issued by the Governor of New South Wales.
- Sunk 3rd May 1828 with the loss of all passengers and crew.
The New Zealander (1828)
- Brig?, brigantine?, schooner?, of 142 tons; 70 ft in length x 22’6‘ ft beam x 11’11‘ ft draft.
- Timbers of the Puriri and Rata trees, and planked with the Kauri’ (Polack 1838:195).
- Held the record for the fastest trans-Tasman crossing.
- Seized by customs for non-compliance.
- Sunk in 1836 off the Mahia Peninsula.
The Sir George Murray (1830)
- Three masted ship of 400 tons, 109 ft in length and 28 ft 8 in breadth
- Arrived into Sydney on 23rd November 1830 with a crew of 23
- Seized for a breach of British Navigation Laws, in sailing without a Register.