Three-masted steel ship built in 1902 by Chantiers Ateliers Penhoet, St Nazaire. Dimensions: 86,7×12,4×7,3 m and tonnage: 2270 GRT, and 1991 NRT.
- 1902 November
- Completed and delivered to Cie. de Navigation Française, Nantes, France.
- Sold to Societé des Voilers Nantais, Nantes, France.
- 1910 February 18
- Stranded on the Shingle Bank in a gale while under tow from Falmouth to London. She was badly damaged but was refloated on February 22 and was subsequently repaired.
- Sold to Societé des Voilers Français, Le Havre, France.
- Laid up in the River Gironde.
- Sold to A/S Freedom (E. Friis-Hansen, mgr), Oslo, Norway, and was renamed Faith.
- 1924 July
- Sold to
F. Laeisz, Hamburg, for £ 3100 and was renamed the Pellworm.
- Sold to Syndikatsreederei, Hamburg, and used in the harbour of Hamburg as an accomodation ship for strike-breakers.
- Sold to Reichsverband Deutscher Jugendherbergen, Hamburg, and was rebuilt at Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, to a floating youth hostel, and was renamed Hein Godenwind.
- 1943 July 25
- Sank at her moorings after an air-raid. The wreck was subsequently raised and used for target practice.
- 1944 February 9
- Sunk by the Luftwaffe during target practice.
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