A four-masted steel barque built in 1893 by Palmer's Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Dimensions: 92,72×13,15×7,38 meters [304'3×43'2×24'3], tonnage: 2534 GRT and 2350
- 1893 December
- Launched at the shipyard of Palmer's Co.,
Newcastle-on-Tyne, for J. Joyce & Co., Liverpool.
- 1898 March 30-June 27
- Sailed from Portland, OR, to Taku in 89 days and was posted overdue by Lloyd's.
- Sailed from Barry to Adelaide in 134 days and was posted overdue by Lloyd's.
- Sailed from San Francisco to Queenstown f.o. in 180 days and was posted overdue by Lloyd's.
- 1915 May
- Sold to A/S Seilskip Skansen I (Arne Larsen), Bergen, Norway, and was renamed Skansen I.
- 1916 June
- Sold to Henschiens Rederi A/S (Johs. A. Henschien), Tvedestrand.
- 1916 September
- Sold to Tvedestrands Rederi A/S (Johs. A. Henschien), Tvedestrand, Norway.
- Sold to Tvedestrands Rederi A/S (Christianssands Shipping Co. Ltd.), Kristianssand.
- 1920 February 8
- Left Norfolk, VA, en route for Aalborg, Denmark, and was sunk by a mine at Hertha Flack.
Updated 1997-09-06 by Lars Bruzelius.
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