A steel barque built in 1888 by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, as Yard No. 59.
Dimensions 74,02×11,64×6,39 meters [244'4"×38'1"×20'7"] and
1447/1442 GRT and 1403 NRT and 1326 tons under deck.
- 1888 November 3
- Launched at the shipyard of Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, for F. Laeisz, Hamburg.
Assigned the German signal RHLK.
- In command of Captain Robert W.B. Hilgendorf.
- Sailed from the English Channel to Valparaiso in 65 days.
- Sailed from Iquique to the English Channel in 82 days.
- In command of Captain Hinrich Reinert Kayser.
- 1891 April 24
- Left Shields with a cargo of coal for Iquique and was lost on the way.
- 1891 May 31
- The floating wreck was sighted from the steam ship Artesia of Hamburg, but there were no signs of the crew of 19 men.
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