A four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by W. Pickersgill & Sons, Sunderland.
Dimensions 105,66×14,04×7,75 meters [346'8"×46'1"×25'5"]
and tonnage: 3440 GRT and 3264 NRT.
- 1892 September
- Launched at the shipyard of W. Pickersgill &
Sons, Sunderland, for G.W. & W. Roberts, Liverpool.
- Sold to S. Goldberg & Sons, Swansea.
- Sailed from Cape Town to Newcastle, NSW, in 14 days 12
- Sold to
Ant. Dom. Bordes et fils, Dunquerque and was renamed
- 1919 February 22
- Sunk in a collision with the Norwegian
steamship Gansfjord off the coast of Virginia. Seventeen members of the
crew lost their lives at the collision. The master of the ship at the time was
Captain H. Maisonneuve.
Updated 1996-12-29 by Lars Bruzelius.
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