An iron passenger screw steam ship built in 1861 by R. Napier & Sons, Glasgow, as yard no. 102. Dimensions: 99,42×12,31×__,__ meters [326'4"×40'4"×27'6"] and tonnage: 2638 GRT, 1614 NRT and 2250 DWT. Equipped with a 480 NHK steam engine from Napier & Sons.

Later re-built as a four-masted barque rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails.

1861 October
Launched at the shipyard of R. Napier & Sons, Glasgow, for Cunard SS Co., Liverpool.
1862 March 15
Sailed from Liverpool on the maiden voyage to New York.
Moved to the Liverpool - Halifax - Boston route.
Moved back to the Liverpool - New York route.
New 420 HP steam engine dampmaskin from Barclay & Curle.
Sold to Marques de Campo, Cartagena, Spain, and was renamed Magallanes.
Sold to J. D. Bischoff, Vegesack, Germany, and was renamed Theodor. The engine was removed and rebuilt and rerigged as a four-masted barque. The new measurements were 2436 GRT and 2310 NRT.
Sold to C. August Bunnemann, Bremen, Germany.
1901 April
Sold to A/S Theodor (J. Johanson & Co.), Kristiania, Norway.
1906 March 4
Sailed from Tampa, FL, for Yokohama and disappeared on the way.


Updated 1997-02-14 by Lars Bruzelius.

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