A four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by Mackie & Thompson, Glasgow. Dimensions 99,36×13,10×7,43 meters [326'0"×43'0"×24'5"] and tonnage 2825 GRT and 2649 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top- and topgallant sails.

1892 June
Launched at the shipyard of Mackie & Thompson, Glasgow, for A. Weir & Co., Glasgow. The first master was Captain A.D. Moody.
The cargo of coal caught fire during voyage, but the ship was saved due to the actions of the master.
1914 January
Sold to A/S Olivebank (E. Monsen & Co.), Tvedestrand, Norway. Captain E. Abrahamsen.
1916 September
Sold to Rederi A/S Cedarbank (Th. Brøvig), Farsund.
1917 May 9
Left Halifax, NS, for Aarhus, Denmark, with a cargo of oil cakes and disappeared en route.
1917 June 30
A lifeboat was found drifting off Flø, Sunnmøre, Norway.
1917 November 29
Officially stricken from the records.


Updated 1997-09-06 by Lars Bruzelius.

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