A composite full-rigged ship built in 1863 by Alexander Stehpen & Sons,
Glasgow, as Yard. No. 44 [?].
Dimensions 56,27×9,33×5,58 meters
[184'5"×30'6"×18'3"] and 696 tons, ___ GRT, ____ NRT and ____ tons
Rigged with royals over single top and topgallant sails.
Later reduced to barque rig.
- 1863 September
- Launched at the shipyard of Alexander Stehpen & Sons,
Glasgow, for C. Shaw & Co., London.
Assigned the official British Reg. No. 48522 and signal VTDQ.
- Sailed from Shanghai to Plymouth in 114 days.
- 186_ June 15 - October
- Sailed from Woosung with a cargo of tea to London in 118 days under command of Captain J. Steele.
- Collided with an unknown barque, believed to have been French, and had to put into Rio de Janeiro for repairs.
- Sold to John Willis & Son, London, and was renamed Fanasie.
- 1878 November 6 - March 30
- Sailed from Foochow to London in 144 days with a cargo of tea.
- Missing on voyage from India to Dundee. Last spoken to on July 11 and is believed to have foundered off the Cape of Good Hope.
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