Castle Holme

An iron fullrigged ship built in 1875 by Bartram, Haswell & Co., Sunderland, as yard no. 83. Dimensions: 213'9"×34'5"×20'7" and tonnage: 1042 GRT, 996 NRT and 983 tons under deck.
1875 September
Launched at the shipyard of Bartram, Haswell & Co., Sunderland, for Hine Bros., Maryport. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 72923 and signal WCTR. Employed in the Tasmania and New Zealand trade.
Reduced to barque rig.
Captain W. Bryce.
1908 January 31 - May 14
Sailed from Hobart to Falmouth f/o. From where she went to London to discharge the cargo.
Sold to A/S Castle Holme (Anton H. Mysen); Fredrikstad, Norway. Captain O. Halvorsen.
Sold to A/S Ester (H. Jacobsen), Fredrikstad, and was renamed Ester. Captain Rasmus Halvorsen.
1916 July 24
Sold to A/S Seilskibsrederiet Volante (V. Müller), Copenhagen, for DKK 400.000 and was renamed Ternen.
1921 June 11
Sold to Rederi AB Ronny, Stockholm, for SEK 45.000 and was renamed Ternan. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 6688 and signal KDLJ. The new measurements were 63,40×10,64×6,31 meters and 1078 GRT, 986 NRT and 1600 DWT. Captain Klaes John Helge Norrby, Bromsten, was appointed in command.
1922 August 21
Sold to Erik Forssberg and Didrik Kindberg, Karlskrona. The new master was Captain Johan Algot Redin, Gökalund.
1924 December 18
Stranded at Hofs Hallar in a fog on voyage from London to Karlskrona in ballast. The wreck was bought for SEK 4000 by Captain Edson and broken up on the spot.


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