An iron barque built in 1867 by John Reid & Co., Port Glasgow, as yard no. 32.
Dimensions: 172'4"×28'2"×18'5" and tonnage: 598 GRT, 598 NRT and 577 tons under deck.
- 1867 August
- Launched at the shipyard of John Reid & Co., Port Glasgow, for C.T. Bowring & Co., Liverpool. Assigned the official British Registration No. 60010 signal HNGJ.
- Captain Owen.
- Sold to Brøderne Andersen, Sarpsborg, but was registered under Soc, Anon. du Voiler Cordelia, Antwerp. Captain H. Halvorsen.
- Sold to Chr. Trondsen, Stavanger.
- 1913 December 12
- Sold to Anders Nilsson and partners, Helsingborg, for NOK 20.500. Assigned the official Swedish Registration No. 5554 and signal JTPN. The new measurements were 51,14×8,58×5,56 meters and 618 GRT, 564 NRT and 920 DWT. Captain Janne Nordgren.
- 1916 June 7
- Sold to Rederi AB Cordelia (Gustaf E. Sandström), Gothenburg, for SEK 120.000.
- 1917 March 17
- Sailed from Pascagoula, MI, with a cargo of pitch pine for Cardiff.
- 1917 April 24
- Sunk by a German submarine at 51°14'N, 15°8'W.
The crew was saved by the British steamer Wabash on April 26.
- Svenska järn- och stålseglare.
Båtologen Årg. 29-31 (1991-93).
Updated 1997-04-16 by
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Copyright © 1997 Lars Bruzelius.