A four-masted steel barque built in 1890 by W.H. Potter & Sons, Liverpool. Dimensions 94,02×13,76×7,64 meters [308'6"×45'2"×25'1"] and tonnage 2902 GRT and 2773 NRT. Rigged with royal sails above double top and topgallant sails.

1890 September
Launched at the shipyard of W.H. Potter & Sons, Liverpool, for Macvicar, Marshall & Co's Palace Line, Liverpool. Captain B.S. Forbes.
1891 Oct 24 - Feb 27
Sailed with a cargo of coal from Birkenhead to San Francisco in 126 days. Matched the American three-skysail-yard clipper ship R.D. Rice which left Birkenhead for San Francisco two days earlier.
Captain John Woodward assumed command of the ship.
Sailed from Liverpool to Calcutta in 95 days.
Sailed from Barry to Port Pirie in 77 days.
1905 November 28
Sailed from Tacoma for Belfast.
1905 December
Captain Woodward was washed overboard and drowned. The first mate David Bailie assumed command.
1906 January 20
The third mate fell overboard West of Cape Horn but was recovered alive.
Sold to E.C. Schramm & Co., Bremen, for £6150 and was renamed Carl Rudgert Vinnen.
Sold to F.A. Vinnen & Co., Bremen.
1914 August 4
Confiscated by the British at Newcastle, NSW.
Taken over by the British Admiralty, and was renamed Burrowa.
1915 April 27
Sunk by a German submarine some 60 miles West of the Scilly Islands.


Updated 1996-09-22 by Lars Bruzelius.

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