An iron fullrigged ship built in 1868 by W.H. Potter & Sons, Liverpool. Dimensions: 65,85×10,28×6,7 meters [226'4×36'4×22'0] and tonnage: 1277 GRT and 1197 NRT.
Launched at the shipyard of W.H. Potter & Sons, Liverpool, for J.D. Newton & Co., Liverpool.
Sold to Nicholson & McGill, Liverpool.
Sold to by M.A. Troberg, Mariehamn, for FIM 105.000. (Managing owner for a total of 38 part owners). Her first Finnish master was Captain Ossian Pettersson.
Re-rigged as a barque.
1914 August 26
Left Bunbury, Australia, with a cargo of yarra wood and under command of Captain Karl Oskar Troberg.
1914 December 12
Arrived to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1915 May 23
Arrived to Le Havre, France.
1916 March 15
Left Pensacola for Cardiff where she arrived April 28.
1916 March
August Troberg sold his 27/100 of the ship to Gustaf Eriksson, Mariehamn, for FIM 300.000. By buying additional shares from other owners Gustaf Erikson increased his ownership to 41/100 before the ship arrived to Cardiff. The new master was Captain A. Björklund.
1917 February 22
Arrived to Newport, England, with a cargo of pitchpine from Sabine, Texas.
1917 May 3
Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off the Bristol Channel with a cargo coke en route for Port Nolloth. The crew were able to get off in the boats and landed safe near Milford Haven.

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