A four-masted wooden ship built in 1891 by Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, ME.
Dimensions: 83,36×13,73×8,53 meters [273'6"×45'1"×28'0"],
and tonnage:2745 GRT and 2629 NRT.
Rigged with doubbel top-sails and sky sails.
- 1891 September 17
- Launched at the shipyard of Arthur Sewall & Co.,
- San Francisco to Liverpool in 93 days, 21 hours. The best
day's sailing was 280 miles.
- Hong Kong to New York in 102 days.
- Honolulu to New York in 89 days.
- 1905 August 23
- Left Noumea, New Caledonia, for Delaware with a
cargo of 3558 tons of nickel ore.
- 1905 August 26 [?]
- Sank after heavy weather had caused her
seams to open and making water faster than the pumps could discharge it.
Updated 1997-02-24 by Lars Bruzelius.
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