Jeanette Françoise

A four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by J. & K. Smit, Krimpen aan de Lek. Dimensions: 80,16×13,41×8,22 meters [263'0"×44'0"×27'0"] and tonnage: 2292 GRT and 2231 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and single topgallant sails.

1892 November 30
Launched at the shipyard of J. & K. Smit, Krimpen aan de Lek, for P. van de Hoog, Krimpen aan de Lek. Captain R. Bleeker was given command of the ship.
1907
Sold to C.J. Lels, Rotterdam.
1910
Sold to J.A. Vroege, Rotterdam. Captain Gool Visser was appointed master of the ship.
1912 November 25
Sold to C. Krabbenhöft & Bock, Hamburg, and was renamed Carl. Assigned the German signal RPNJ. The new German measurements were: 83,66×13,46×7,56 meters which gave 2266 GRT. Captain August Schröer (1868-1916) was given command of the ship.
1914
Interned at Antofagasta.
1920
Assigned to France as war damage compensation.
1920
Sailed from Antofagasta to Cette in 196 days with a cargo of nitrate under command of Capt. Kähler..
1922
Sold to A/S Souvenir (O. Kverndal & Co. mgrs), Tvedestrand, Norway, for £ 950 and was renamed Souvenir. Captain Berntsen, late of the same owner's ship ???, replaced Captain Schröer who had drowned in 1916.
1924
Sold to ship breakers at Terneutzen for £ 3150.
1925
Broken up.

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