For some reason, Dr. Elias did not write about captains who commanded ships during the First Anglo-Dutch War. One example is Jacob van Boshuisen. One place where he appears is in the famous "26 February 1652" list from the Admiralty of Rotterdam. On that date, Jacob van Boshuisen was in command of the Wapen van Rotterdam, another of those 116ft ships built in 1639 to the same general design. In early 1652, she carried 26 guns. Presumably, her dimensions were 116ft x 27ft x 11ft, as was the case with a more prominent member of the group, the Gorinchem. Captain Boshuisen also appeared in The First Dutch War, Vol.III, on page 196. This is a list of Rotterdam captains who started the war in command of ships. The entry says that Captain Jacob van Boshuisen "entered the service on August 1, 1651 with 70 men for a period of 13 months, until he was obliged to abandon his ship, detained in England". Apparently, this ship was one of those seized in an English port at the start of the war. I guess that must be the reason he didn't appear in Dr. Elias' index in Schetsen uit de Geschiedenis van Ons Zeewezen.
To my mind, it is an open question if he was the same Jacob van Boshuisen who commanded the Delft at Lowestoft in June 1665.