A four-masted steel barque built by A. McMillan & Son Ltd, Dumbarton. Dimensions: 100,60×14,32×8,22 meters [330'1"×47'0"×27'0"], tonnage: 3239 GRT & 3072 NRT.

Sistership to the four-masted barque Urania (1902).

1902 May
Launched at the shipyard of A. McMillan & Son Ltd, Dumbarton, for A.G. Alster, Hamburg.
1902 October 19 - December 16
Sailed from Montevideo to Port Townsend in 68 days, 12 hours, which is the record for the distance.
Sold to E.C Schramm & Co., Hamburg.
1912 June 21
Sold to H. Fölsch & Co., Hamburg, and was renamed Walküre.
Assigned to the United States as war damage compensation and transferred to Robert Dollar Co., San Francisco, and renamed William Dollar.
Laid up at Lake Union.
Sold to Pacific Coyle Navigation and reduced to a lighter.
Sold to Island Tug & Barge Co. and reduced to a barge.
Sank during towage.

Updated 1997-02-16 by Lars Bruzelius.

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