An iron steamer built in 1855 by Guilbert fils, Nantes.
Dimensions: 74,16×11,78×9,37 meters and tonnage: 1932 GRT, 1831 NRT and 2600 DWT.
- Launched at the shipyard of Guilbert fils, Nantes, for Compagnie Franco-Americaine de Nav (Gauthier Frères), Lyon. Employed in the Gulf trade.
- Sold to W.T. Jacobs, Liverpool, and was renamed Accrington. Re-built as a pure full-rigged sailing ship.
- Sold to Gracie, Beazly & Co., Liverpool.
- 1889 December
- Sold to Otto Banck, Helsingborg, and Johan Ingmarsson, Mörrum, Sweden, for £ 5000. Assigned the official Swedish Registration No. 323 and signal HVBD. Captain Herman Lindström, Gothenburg.
- Captain Bernt Olsson, Istaby.
- 1860 September 17 - December 24
- Sailed from Great Britain to Dunedin in 98 days under Captain Turnbull.
- Broken up at Sölvesborg. The rig was put on the wreck of the Port Errol which was being repaired at the same time.
- Svenska järn- och stålseglare.
Båtologen Årg. 29-31 (1991-93).
Updated 1998-05-06 by
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