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The Island of Onrust
Views of Onrust, off the coast at Batavia, are not very common. Batavia, now Jakarta, was the capital of the Dutch East Indies and needed an infrastructure such as shipyards, warehouses and workmen's quarters. Although no new ships were built there, a considerable amount of maintenance and repair work on them was carried out. The facilities for this were located on the island of Onrust, which lay just off the coast. Here they repaired all their shipping and kept a large quantity of stores.
- Image reference: BHC1767
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London