A four-masted iron ship built in 1886 by Whitehaven Shipbuildings Co., Whitehaven.
Dimensions: 88,15×12,80×7,38 meters [289'3"×42'0"×24'3"], tonnage: 2304 GRT and
- 1886 August
- Launched at the shipyard of Whitehaven Shipbuildings
Co., Whitehaven, for Ismay, Imrie, & Co., Liverpool.
- 1895 June 8
- Sold to
Knöhr & Burchard, Hamburg and was renamed Barmbek.
- 1914 August
- Arrested by the French cruiser
Chatâteau Renault and was towed to Brest.
- Sold to Compagnie Navale de l'Oceanie, Brest, and renamed
- 1921 March 2
- In collision with the American steamer
Naamhok 8 nautical miles South St Catherine's Point. Was comndemned
after having been towed to Le Havre, later towed to Caen where she was broken
Updated 1997-02-21 by Lars Bruzelius.
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