An iron full-rigged ship built in 1863 by J. & W. Dudgeon, London. Dimensions 216'7"×32'0"×20'6" and 1030 GRT, 1030 NRT and 956 tons under deck.
1863 May
Launched at the shipyard of J. & W. Dudgeon, London, for Willis & Co., Liverpool. Assigned the official British Registration No. 47442 and signal VNPR.
Sold to Sandbach, Tinne & Co., Liverpool. Used in the Cacutta - Demerara coolie trade.
LR 1879-80: Master: Captain A. Blackstone.
1880 September
Sold to Trinder, Anderson & Co., London, and was renamed Barunga. Altered to barque rig and used in the Australian wool trade.
1884 July 25
Sold to Bror M. Banck, Helsingborg, for £ 1500. Captain Carl August Myra, Norrtelje, was given command of the ship.
1887 September 12
Sold to A. Victor Sundman, Mariehamn, for SEK 36.000.
LR 1889-90: Master: Captain Connel.
1890 January 22
Capsized during a hurricane in the Atlantic during a voyage from Ship Island, MS, to France with a cargo of pitchpine. The crew was saved by the British steamer Cape Corrientes of Sunderland on January 28.


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