What other ship sailed with the mayflower?
Was there a ship in Christopher Columbus four voyages named the Mayflower and if so what year or number voyage was it used in?
Columbus never sailed on the Mayflower--an English ship which sailed in 1620--long after his death. He never stepped foot on the North American continent. His exploration is said to have taken place in 1492 with three ships. The Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria were his ships for that voyage and a few others.
What was the name of the ship the pilgrims came over on and the name of the rock the pilgrims landed on?
The Mayflower and the Speedwell were the ships the first Pilgrims sailed on. Both set sail for the New World on August 15, 1620, but were forced back twice due to dangerous leaks on the Speedwell. The Speedwell's passengers regrouped on the Mayflower, and on September 16th, the voyage began, a month behind schedule. The Mayflower landed near what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620.
In their 1620 voyage from England to the New World, the pilgrim-settlers intent on beginning a new life in America sailed on a ship by the name of "Mayflower". Although aged and worn, the small ship managed to make the difficult passage across the Atlantic, landing some hundred passengers onto what would become known as Massachusetts in November of 1620. The Mayflower was the first ship to carry 102 Pilgrims to America. Many other ships…