A three-masted steel ship built in 1888 by C. Connell & Co., Glasgow, under
Dimensions: 76,50×11,76×6,98 m [258'8"×38'7"×22'7"] and
tonnage: 1664 GRT, 1621 NRT and 1538 tons under deck [1661 GRT and 1596
NRT German measurement].
The full-rigged ship Olymp was a sister ship.
- 1888 August 9
- Launched at the shipyard of C. Connell & Co.,
B. Wencke & Söhne, Hamburg. The first master was Captain F.C Bramslöw.
- The command was taken over by Captain D. Rohwehl. Another
source gives the year 1890
- Sailed from Caleta Buena to Lizard Point in 88 days.
- Sailed from Pisagua to Lizard Point in 95 days.
- Under command of Captain P. Paulsen.
- Under command of Captain W. Peters.
- Sailed from Iquique to Falmouth in 98 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point to Iquique in 109 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to Lizard Point in 100 days.
- Sailed from Port Talbot to Pisagua in 100 days.
- Sailed from Pisagua to Lizard Point in 81 days.
- 1906 January 30
- Sold to
Rhederie AG von 1896, Hamburg.
- Sailed from Lizard to Melbourne in 86 days under command of
Captain P. Dahm. Another source gives Captain Dahm as master during the years
- Sailed from Newcastle, NSW to Tocopilla in 50 days.
- Sailed from Lizard Point — Sydney in 84 days.
- Sailed from Newcastle, NSW to Tatal in 38 days.
- Sailed from Elbe — Sydney in 86 days.
- Sailed from Sydney to Queenstown in 100 days.
- Sailed from Lundy Island to; Iquique in 103 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to Lizard Point in 93 days.
- Master was Captain P. Hammer.
- Sailed Newcastle, NSW to Talcahuano with a cargo of
2605 tons of coal under command of Captain L. Müller.
- 1913 May 12
- Sailed from Talcahuano for Mejillones with
700 tons of coal as ballast and has never been heard of since then.
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