Winthrop's Journal lists the eleven ships that were in his fleet:
- Arbella: The flagship, designated \'Admiral' in the consortship; named for Lady Arbella, wife of Isaac Johnson (see below).
- Talbot: Designated 'Vice Admiral'. Henry Winthrop, John Winthrop's son, sailed on this ship.
- Ambrose: Designated 'Rear Admiral'.
- Jewel: Designated a 'Captain'.
- Mayflower: A different ship than that of the Pilgrims.
- William and Francis.
Six other ships arrived at Massachusetts Bay in 1630, for a total of seventeen ships that year.
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