A steel four-masted barquentine built in 1903 by Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard Company, Greenock.
Dimensions 80,15×12,24×7,38 meters and 2003 GRT and ____ NRT.
Sistership to the same owner's four-masted steel barquentine Beethoven (1904).
- 1903 February 29
- Launched at the shipyard of Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard Company, Greenock, for A.C. de Freitas & Co., Hamburg.
Assigned the German signal RNDJ.
- In command of Captain O. Schmidt.
- Sailed from Port Talbot to Junin in 89 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to the English Channel in 99 days.
- In command of Captain P. Justi.
- Sailed from Pisagua to Sydney in 63 days.
- Sailed from Sydney to Iquique in 63 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to Newcastle, NSW, in 68 days.
- Sailed from Newcastle, NSW, to Valparaiso in 52 days.
- Sailed from Taltal to Lizard in 105 days.
- 1911 February 17
- Sold to Schlüter & Maack, Hamburg, for DEM 150.000.
- In command of Captain F. Weiermann.
- Delivered as war damage compensation.
- Sailed from Taltal to Ostende with a cargo of nitrate.
- Sold to Hugo Lundqvist, Mariehamn.
- Broken up in England.
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