A steel barque built in 1892 by Ramage & Ferguson, Leith, to the design of John S. Croudace. Dimensions 279'8"××41'2"×23'9" and tonnage 2122 GRT and 1995 NRT. Together with her two sister ships, the same owner's Castor of 1886 and Orion of 1890, the largest three-masted barques ever built.

Launched at the shipyard of Ramage & Ferguson, Leith, W.S. Croudace & Co., Dundee.
1892 February 16 - March 2
Sailed from Leith to New York in 15 days.
Sold to J. Wilson, Dundee, at the death of Captain Croudace.
1910 August
Sold to J.A. Zachariassen, Nystad, Finland.
1918 May 10
Wrecked in the Bali Strait on voyage from Iquique to Sourabaya with a cargo of saltpetre.


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