A four-masted steel barque built in 1887 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow. Dimensions: 87,47×12,92×7,31 meters [287'0"×42'5"×24'0"] and tonnage: 2058 GRT and 1998 NRT.

Rigged with double top and topgallant sails.

1887 August
Launched at the shipyard of Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow, for R. Shankland & Co., Greenock. To be used in the jute trade. Captain J. Canese was the first master of the ship.
1908 August
Sold to A/S Freden (Alexander Bech), Tvedestrand, Norway, and was renamed Freden. Captain P.A. Haraldsen. [Signe Andrén has 1909]
1916 June
Sold to Henscheins Rederi A/S (Johs A. Henschein), Tvedestrand, and was renamed Vestfjeld.
1917 February 20
Sunk on voyage from New Orleans to Le Havre by the German submarine UC 16. The crew was brought to the Scilly Islands in a pilot boat. [Signe André (?) has September 8]

Updated 1997-04-17 by Lars Bruzelius.

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