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The choice of the Mayflower was not ideal for an passenger trip across the open ocean.
Her first long distance voyage, across the North Sea, had ended in disaster. The ship encountered a storm and started leaking badly. The crew was forced to dump the cargo over the side to lighten the load. After returning to England for repairs, she was used to move cargo between England and France, operating in calmer waters within reasonable range of port in the event bad weather arose.
The timing of the voyage was also not ideal. They left England in September and arrived in Massachusetts in November, putting them in the North Atlantic during late fall. The first part of the voyage went relatively well with good weather. The second part wasn't so easy - the ship encountered a series of storms, was damaged, and started leaking. Low on supplies, they finally reached North American waters.
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