Duke of Athole

An iron fullrigged ship built in 1865 by Denny & Rankine, Dumbarton. Dimensions 199'2"×33'2"×20'9" and 963 GRT and 963 NRT and 897 tons under deck.
1865 February
Launched at the shipyard of Denny & Rankine, Dumbarton, for Montgomerie, Workman & Co., London. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 52662 and signal HBPV.
1878 May
Reported to have been the first sailing ship towed through the Suez Canal.
Sold to Devitt & Moore, London.
In command of Captain J.R. Brown late of the same owner's ship Dunbar Castle.
In command of Captain Malcolm Nicholson late of the same owner's ship St Vincent.
Sold to German owners and was renamed Carla Bauer.
1897 January 18
Abandoned in sinking condition in the North Atlantic in position 47°N, 10°W.


Updated 1997-05-06 by Lars Bruzelius

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