A four-masted iron ship built in 1883 by Russell & Co., Greenock. Dimensions: 81,48×12,24×7,33 meters [267'4"×40'2"×24'1"] and tonnage: 1907 GRT and 1848 NRT.

Rigged with royal sails over double topsails and single topgallant sails. Sistership to the same owner's Drumeltan (1883).

1883 September
Launched at the shipyard of Russel & Co., Greenock, for the "Drum"-line of Gillison & Chadwick, Liverpool.
Re-rigged as a four-masted barque.
Sold to William Bowen, Llanelly, and was renamed Cissie.
1911 August
Sold to A/S Cissie (Alexander Bech & Co.), Tvedestrand, Norway.
1913 October
Sold to A/S Cissie (E. Monsen & Co.), Tvedestrand.
1915 October 22
On voyage from Hull to Port Arthur, TX, she collided with the steam ship North Western Hills in the English Channel at St Catherines Point and was wrecked.

Updated 1997-04-26 by Lars Bruzelius.

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