An iron barque built in 1864 by T. Vernon & Son, Liverpool, as yard no. 706. Dimensions: 190'0"×31'0"×18'5" and tonnage: 764 GRT, 764 NRT and 696 tons under deck.
1864 July
Launched at the shipyard of T. Vernon & Son, Liverpool, for H. Stenhouse, London. Assigned the official British Registration No. 50084 and signal WGPT. Employed in the India trade.
Sold to Shaw, Savill & Co., London. Employed in the New Zealand emmigrant trade.
1898 August 29
Sold to Carl Johan Sandell and partners, Oskarshamn, for £2200. Captain Nils Konrad Bökman, Vestervik.
1904 July 17
Captain Gustaf Herman Fröjd, Vestervik, took over command of the ship.
1906 March 12
Captain Nils August Richard Julin, Algutsrum.
1908 April
Sold to Hjalmar Stangebye. Kristiania, for SEK 20.000.
1916 May
Sold to Andreas Hannestad, Fredrikstad.
1917 April 13
Sunk by the German submarine U 30 in the North Sea at 60°36'N, 1°53'E on voyage from Stubbekjøbing to Savannah in ballast. The crew was saved by the steamer Boelette after eleven hours and were taken to Bergen.


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