A steel barque built in 1892 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow. Dimensions 73,03×11,00×6,71 meters [236'9"×36'1"×21'7"] and 1448 GRT and 1376 NRT.
Launched at the shipyard of Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, for C.H.H. Winters, Elsfleth. Assigned the official German Reg. No. _____ and signal ____.
Sold to Åbo Rederi AB, Åbo, Finland.
Damaged on voyage Middlesbrough to Fremantle with a cargo of Thomas phosphate, coal and iron. Had to seek refuge in Lisbon.
Sold to Rederi AB Aura, Åbo.
Collided and sank the English ship Hilston which was anchored in the Rio de la Plata.
1922 October
Grounded on the Leman & Owers Banks but got off with the loss of her topgallant masts.
1923 January 23
While subsequently in the Thames the Fahrwohl was run into by the steam ship Ostara and while being turned around by tugs and was severely damaged.
1923 July
Sold to Rendsburg to be broken up.


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