A four-masted steel barque built in 1902 by Forges et chantiers de la M´diterranée, Graville-Havre. Dimensions 95,11×13,73×7,23 meters [312'1"×45'1"×23'9"] and tonnage 3112 GRT and 2729 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top- and topgallant sails.

Sistership to the same owner's Asnières.

1902 June 7
Launched at the shipyard of Forges et chantiers de la M´diterranée, Graville-Havre, for Société des Longs Coureiers Français, Le Havre. Captain J. Boju.
1902 June 18 — June 21
Sailed from Le Havre to Penarth.
1902 August 1 — December 10
Sailed from Penarth to Honolulu in 131 days.
1922 February 28
Laid up in the Canal de la Martinière.
1923 July
Sold to Finska Skolskeppsrederiet (Lars Krogius, mgr), Helsingfors, and was renamed Fennia. Captain Orvar Blom.
1927 May
Was partly dis-masted off Cape Horn and had to seek refuge at the Falkland Islands where she was subsequently hulked.
1967 November
Towed to Montevideo.

Updated 1996-05-26 by Lars Bruzelius.

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