For the search for Pierre Sirre finding ships to Acadia is paramount.
For others seeking possibilities for related family members it is also an important source.
So for that purpose I will list the ones I have found so far: bearing in mind the list is not complete: just where I am at so far:
1606: ship ??? name not known 1611: Grace de Dieu: from Dieppe with 36 people 1613: Grace de Dieu: likely also from Dieppe "with passengers" 1633: The Black Fox 1638: Le Soleil: to Cape Breton with engagee's 1640: St. Jean: 25 men 5 women 1640: St. Francois 1641: St. Pierre: crew of 30 1641: Charlotte: to Miscou 1642: St. Helie: to Port Royal 1642: the Verge 1642: St. Marie Dieppe to Cape Breton 1642: Marguerite 1642: Jupiter from Holland to Cape Breton 1643: St. Clement to St. John river 1643: Petit St. Pierre: to Cape Breton 1643: Notre Dame to St. John River 1643: Marie to St. John River 1644: Grand Cardinal 1644: Jeanne 1644: Petit St. Pierre to Cape Breton 1644: Marie 1645: Grand Cardinal 1645: Amitie 1645: Etoile to Cape Breton 1645: L'Esperance 1646: St. Joseph to Miscou 1647: St. Jehan 1647: St. Jean Baptiste 1648: Verve carrying freight 1649: St. Saveur to Perce bringing engagee's 1649: Amitie 8 passengers 1654: Chateaufort 1663: St. Clement via Boston to Acadia (Charles la Tour owner) 1667: Clerbault 1668: ship carrying Le Borgne and Du Bourg
It is truly amazing just how many ships brought people to Acadia........and you can see by the numbers that the vast majority of people certainly either did not stay or died....or we would not have just 400 people in 1671.
I hope this helps others whose ancestors came earlier than Pierre.