A four-masted iron ship built in 1882 by C. Connell & Co., Glasgow. Dimensions: 88,89×12,80×7,31 meters [291'8"×42'0"×24'0"] and tonnage: 2086 GRT and 2012 NRT.

Rigged with royal sails over double top and single topgallant sails. The main and mizzen mast originally carried skysails.

1882 December
Launched at the shipyard of C. Connell & Co., Glasgow, for J.D. Clink & Co., Greenock. Captain G. Simpson. Used in the Indian jute trade.
Sailed from Deal to Auckland in 76 days.
Sailed from Auckland to New York in 71 days under command of Captain Corrance.
Reduced to four-masted barque rig.
Sold to S. Goldberg & Sons, Swansea.
1909 July
Sold to A/S Vanduara (L. Lydersen), Tvedestrand, Norway. Captain N.J. Smith.
1911 November July
Sold to A/S Vanduara (N.A. Lydersen), Tvedestrand
1917 May 2
Sunk by the German submarine U 58 in position 50°24'N, 14°59'W on voyage from Savannah-la-Mar, Jamacia, to Le Havre with a cargo of dye-wood.

Updated 1997-04-17 by Lars Bruzelius.

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