An iron barque built in 1867 by A. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, as yard no. 111. Dimensions: 175'4"×27'8"×18'2" and tonnage: 600 GRT, 600 NRT and 581 tons under deck.
1867 November
Launched at the shipyard of A. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, for Louden & Co., Liverpool. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 60030 and signal HTVL.
Captain W. Monk was given command of the ship.
Sold to Cia Sud Americana de Vapores, Valparaiso.
Sold to Lever, Murphy & Co., Valparaiso.
1897 March 6
Sold to Ferdinand Nätterqvist, Henrösand, for DEM 31.700. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 3005 and signal JGTL. The new measurements were 52,64×8,45×6,68 meters and 645 GRT, 593 NRT and 930 DWT.
1901 September
Sold to Erik Johan Lodin and partners, Henrösand, and it was decided to rename her Elise which however never happened.
1902 August 31
Drifted ashore and was wrecked at Port Elizabeth, Algoa Bay, during a storm when the Norwegian barque Waimea broke her chains. The Limari collided with the wreck of the Nautilus and was broken apart.


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