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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