A four-masted steel barque built in 1891 by R. Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow. Dimensions: 86,0×12,82×7,43 meters [282'2×42'1×24'5] and tonnage: 2143 GRT & 1997 NRT.

1891 June
Launched at the shipyard of R. Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow, for W. Thomson & Co., Liverpool.
Sold to Macivar, Marshall & Co., Liverpool.
1910 October
Sold to Skib-A/S Strømsbo (Grefstad & Herlofsen), Arendal, Norway.
1913 December
Sold to Th. Brøvig and partners, Farsund, Norway, and renamed to Far.
Sold to S. Marcussen, Lyngør.
1915 June 12
Left Pernambuco for Glasgow.
1915 September
Sold to Rederi AB Magda (Vidar R. Olburs & Co.), Gothenburg, for SEK 250.000 and was renamed Dagmar. The master of the ship was Captain Karl Nathanael Kihlberg, Vesterlanda.
1915 November 5
Sailed from Glasgow in ballast for Gothenburg with a crew of 24.
1915 November 11
Spoke to the signal station at Tail-of-the-Bank and has never been heard after this.

Updated 1996-04-26 by Lars Bruzelius.

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