BC: There was 759 convicts on the First Fleet and they were very poorly treated to the First and Second Class passengers. Where did the fleet stop?, but most importantly where do they arrive?
FC: The First Fleet by Keyan Houshmand
1: The First Fleet left Englang on the 13th of May 1787 and the captian of the First Fleet was Captian Arthur Phillip.
2: There were eleven ships on the First Fleet thier names were:
3: Alexanda, Charlotte, Scarborough, Prince of Wales, Friendship, Lady Penrhyn, Golden Grove, Borrowdale, Fishburn, HMS Sirius, HMS Supply.
4: On the 3rd of June 1787 the Fleet arrived at Tenerife in the Canary Islands and stocked some meat, and on July the 15th 1787 the fleet crossed the equator.
5: On 7th of August 1787 they arrived at Rio de Janerio. Then on the 13th October they reached Table Bay (Capetown) Cape of Good Hope. On the 1st of January 1788 they reached Van Diemans Land, and it took 8 months to get here, on the 18th of January they finally reached Botany Bay in NSW.