How Much Is Willem Schouten Worth?

March 10, 2018

Willem Schouten Net Worth

How rich is Willem Schouten? For this question we spent 29 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $227,5 Million.



Willem Schouten information Birth date: 1567-01-01 Death date: 1625-01-01 Profession:Actor, Miscellaneous Crew

Height, Weight

:How tall is Willem Schouten – 1,87m.
How much weight is Willem Schouten – 69kg


Willem Schouten Net Worth
Willem Schouten Net Worth
Willem Schouten Net Worth
Willem Schouten Net Worth


Willem Cornelisz Schouten (c. 1567–1625) was a Dutch navigator for the Dutch East India Company. He was the first to sail the Cape Horn route to the Pacific Ocean.
Biography,Route of the 1615–1616 voyageWillem Cornelisz Schouten was born in c. 1567 in Hoorn, Holland, Seventeen Provinces.In 1615 Willem Cornelisz Schouten and his younger brother Jan Schouten sailed from Texel in the Netherlands, in an expedition led by Jacob le Maire and sponsored by Isaac Le Maire and his Australische Compagnie in equal shares with Schouten. The expedition consisted of two ships: Eenddracht and Hoorn. A main purpose of the voyage was to search for Terra Australis. A further objective was to explore a western route to the Pacific Ocean to evade the trade restrictions of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in the Spice Islands. In 1616 Schouten rounded Cape Horn, which he named after the recently destroyed ship Hoorn,[note 1] and the Dutch city of Hoorn, after which the lost ship was named, the town in which Schouten himself was born. Schouten named the strait itself Le Marie Strait. Jan Schouten died on 9 March 1616 after the expedition left Juan Fernandez. He crossed the Pacific along a southern role, discovering a number of atolls in the Tuamotu Islands, including Pukapuka, Manihi, Rangiroa and Takapoto, followed by Tafahi, Niuafo?ou and Niuatoputapu in the Tonga Islands, and Alofi and Futuna in the Wallis and Futuna Islands. He then followed the north coasts of New Ireland and New Guinea and visited adjacent islands, including what became known as the Schouten Islands before reaching Ternate in September 1616.Although he had opened an unknown route (south of Cape Horn) for the Dutch, the VOC claimed infringement of its monopoly of trade to the Spice Islands. Schouten was arrested (and later released) and his ship confiscated in Java. On his return he would sail again for the VOC, and on one of these trips he died off the coast of Madagascar in 1625.Abel Tasman later used Shoutens charts during his exploration of the north coast of New Guinea.


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