A four-masted steel barque built in 1903 by Società Esercizio Baccini, Riva Trigoso. Dimensions 88,00×12,61×6,70 meters [288'9"×41'5"×22'0"] and tonnage 2224 GRT and 2157 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and single top-gallant sails.

1903 March
Launched at the shipyard of Società Esercizio Baccini, Riva Trigoso, for E. fu E. Raffo, La Spezia. Captain Queirolo.
1903 June 12
Left Genoa for New York but was dis-masted off the coast North America and arrived in jury rig after 66 days. Later towed back to Genoa by the Dutch tug Titan for repairs.
Sold to F. Laeisz, Hamburg, and renamed Pinguin. Captain Boye Petersen and first mate Piening.
Sold to C.J. Klingenberg, Bremen, and renamed Weser.
Sold to S.A. des Voiliers Dunqerquois, Dunkerque, and renamed Jacobsen.
1923 December 25
Left Dunkerque for Brügge where she was broken up.

Updated 1997-02-15 by Lars Bruzelius.

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