A fullrigged wooden clipper ship built in 1861 by William Pile, Sunderland.
Her dimensions were 150'0"×31'3"×18'5" and tonnage: 557 GRT, 557 NRT and 524 tons under deck.
She had a raised quarter-deck 45 ft long.
Reduced to barque-rig before 1870.
D.R. McGregor has calculated her under deck coefficient to 0,60.
- 1861 February
- Launched at the shipyard of William Pile, Sunderland,
for J.R. Kelso, North Shields.
Assigned the Official British No. 28595 and signal QBFJ.
Employed in the China tea trade.
- In command of Captain Coulson.
- 1862 July 17 - November 28
- Sailed from Whampoa to London in 134 days with a cargo of tea.
- 1863 June 27 - October 23
- Sailed from Whampoa to London in 123 days with a cargo of tea.
- 1864 June 25 - October 24
- Sailed from Hong Kong to London in 121 days with a cargo of tea.
- 1865 September 1 - January 20
- Sailed from Shanghai to London in 141 days under command of Captain Black.
- 1866 September 27 - January 28
- Sailed from Canton to London in 123 days under command of Captain Black.
- 1867 October 23 - February 20
- Sailed from Hong Kong to London in 120 days under command of Captain Barnet.
- In command of Captain M. Vowell.
- 1869 January 8 - April 19
- Sailed from Macao to London in 101 days with a cargo of tea.
- 1870 August 6 - December 8
- Sailed from Amoy to New York in 124 days with a cargo of tea.
- Part of the keelson was replaced.
- 1871 September 25 - January 27
- Sailed from Foochow to London in 124 days with a cargo of tea.
- Sold to R. Ross & Co., Liverpool.
- Sold to owners in Mandal, Norway was renamed Bayard.
- 1892 September
- Posted missing.
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