A four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by Joh. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemünde.
Dimensions 95,70×13,58×7,94 meters [314'8"×44'7"×26'1"] and
tonnage 2906 GRT and 2763 NRT.
Rigged with royal sails over double top and top-gallant sails.
Sistership to the same owner's
- 1892 September 23
- Launched at the shipyard of Joh. C.
Tecklenborg, Geestemünde, for
F. Laeisz, Hamburg. Assigned the German identification signal RJPT.
- In command of Captain J. Früdden.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Valparaiso in 71 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to Lizard Point in 74 days.
- In command of Captain C.E.F.J. Bahlke.
- Sailed from Iquique to the English Channel in 78 days.
- Sailed from the English Channel to Taltal in 69 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to Lizard Point in 77 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Iquique in 69 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Valparaiso in 67 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Calcutta in 99 days.
- Sailed from Calcutta to Boston, MA, in 111 days.
- Sailed from Philadelphia to Hiogo in 131 days.
- Sailed from Hiogo to Iquique in 72 days.
- In command of Captain
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Port Pirie in 79 days.
- Sailed from Port Pirie to Taltal in 32 days.
- In command of Captain H.A. Dehnhardt.
- Sailed from Elbmündung to Valparaiso in 100 days.
- Sailed from Tocopilla to Elbmündung in 87 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Valparaiso in 76 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Valparaiso in 65 days.
- In command of Captain J. Frömcke.
- In command of Captain R. Dahm.
- 1912 March 12
- In collision with the Peninsular & Oriental
Steamship Co. steamer Oceana at Beachy Head and had to be towed into
Dover for repairs.
- 1912 June 5
- Sold to A/S Ørnen (Søren L. Christensen), Sandefjord, Norway, and was rebuilt to a floating whale factory.
Captain Larsen became the new master.
- 1913 February 12
- Stranded at Low Island, South Shetland Islands, on voyage from Leith to Deception Island for whale catching.
Updated 1997-07-01 by Lars Bruzelius.
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