A four-masted iron ship built in 1885 by W. Doxford & Sons, Sunderland.
Dimensions: 78,75×12,03×7,03 meters [258'5"×39'6"×23'1"], and tonnage: 1758 GRT, 1699 NRT and 1646 tons under deck. The forecastle was 33 ft long and the poop 36 ft. Rigged with double top-sails, single top-gallant sails, and royal sails.

1885 September
Launched at the shipyard of W. Doxford & Sons, Sunderland, for the Principality Shipping Co. Ltd. (William Thomas & Sons Co.), Liverpool. Assigned the British Official Reg. No. 91258.
Re-rigged as a four-masted barque.
Sailed from Astoria, OR, to Queenstown for orders in 96 days.
Sailed from Cardiff to Valparaiso in 74 days.
Captain John Parry, Williams Place, Llanbedrog, late of the same owner's barque County of Pembroke assumed command of the vessel.
1904 May
Surveyed and classed 100 A1 at Lloyd's Register of Shipping.
1905 May 4
Left Junin for Rotterdam with 2600 tons of nitrate.
1905 May 13
Last spoken to at 23°30'S, 22°5'W. Probably lost at Cape Horn where wreckage was later found.

Updated 2002-11-18 by Lars Bruzelius.

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