A four-masted steel barque built in 1894 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow.
Dimensions: 86,05×13,10×7,41 meters [282'4"×43'0"×24'4"] and tonnage: 2398 GRT and 2235 NRT.
Rigged in jubilee fashion, i.e. with nothing above double top and topgallant sails.
- 1894 September
- Launched at the shipyard of Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, for A. Weir & Co., Glasgow. Captain D. McGirr. Used in the South American nitrate trade.
- 1913 August
- Sold to A/S Olivebank (E. Monsen & Co.), Tvededstrand, Norway.
- 1915 March 5
- Passed the Panama Canal as the first eastbound sailing ship on voyage from San Francisco to Denmark.
- Sold to Thv. B. Heistein & Sønner, Kristiansand, Norway.
- 1917 January
- Renamed Asrym.
- 1919 June
- Sold A/S Odderø (A.I. Langfeldt & Co.), Kristiansand, Norway.
- 1920 October 4
- Received damaged in the North Sea on voyage from Norfolk, VA, to Ålborg with a cargo of coal and was towed to Stavanger where she was condemmed.
- Sold to Hamburg where the ship was reduced to a coal barge and was renamed Mimi.
Updated 1997-09-06 by Lars Bruzelius.
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