A four-masted steel barque built in 1897 by Forges et chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne. Dimensions: 98,19×13,88×7,72 meters [322'2"×45'7"×25'4"] and tonnage: 3017 GRT and 2434 NRT.

Rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails.

1897 June
Launched at the shipyard of Forges et chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne, for Ant. Dom. Bordes et fils, Dunkerque. Captain Leonetti. Used in the South American nitrate trade.
Sailed from Mareilles to Australia with a cargo of tiles and from there to Chile.
1902 February 9
Went ashore near Calais on voyage from Iquique to Dunkirk.
Sailed from Barry to Iquique in 72 days.
Towed against the Loup lighthouse in the Bristol Channel by two tugs which straddled the lighthouse. The Jacqueline damaged the bowsprit which was repaired at Falmouth.
1917 July 1
Left Iquique under Captain Y. Niolas with a cargo of nitrate for La Pallice.
1917 September 25
The British steamship Victoria warned the captain of the Jacqueline for submarines in position 46°25'N, 13°10'W. After the war it was established that she had been sunk by the German submarine U-101 in the Bay of Biscay the following morning.

Updated 1996-12-29 by Lars Bruzelius.

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