A four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by R. Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow, for
A. Lyle & Sons, Greenock.
Dimensions: 85,41×12,82×7,41 meters [280'3×42'1×24'4] and tonnage: 2140 GRT and 1998 NRT.
- 1892 September
- Launched at the shipyard of R. Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow, for A. Lyle & Sons, Greenock.
- Sailed from Newcastle, N.S.W. to San Francisco in 53 days.
- Sold to
William Thomas & Co., Liverpool.
- 1901 January 16
- Foundered off the Columbia River, OR, on voyage from Callao to Astoria. Master of the ship at the time was Captain C. Lampshire.
[Lubbock says that the ship was posted missing en route, probably due to the shifting of the shingle ballast].
Updated 1997-01-25 by Lars Bruzelius.
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