A four-masted steel barque built in 1902 by A. Rodger & Co., Port Glasgow. Dimensions 99,56×14,12×7,97 meters [326'8"×46'4"×26'2"] and tonnage 3090 GRT and 2969 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and top-gallant sails. Sistership to the same owner's four-masted barque Arrow (1902).

1902 June
Launched at the shipyard of A. Rodger & Co., Port Glasgow, for Anglo-American Oil Co., London. Used in the case oil trade.
Sold to G.J.H. Siemers, Hamburg, for £ 15.000 and was renamed Egon.
Interned at Santa Rosalia, Mexico, during the First World War.
Sold to Robert Dollar & Co., San Francisco, and was renamed Janet Dollar.
Brought a cargo of timber to Tsingtao, China, and was subsequently laid up there for the following three years.
Sold to the China Portland Cement Co. and used as a hulk on the Yangtsekiang.

Updated 1996-04-30 by Lars Bruzelius.

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