A steel ship built in 1891 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow. Dimensions 271'×44'×21' and tonnage GRT 2090 and 1954 NRT. Equipped with a forcastle of 40 ft and a poop of 36 ft. The midshiphouse or bridgedeck was 36 ft long.

1891 March
Launched at the shipyard of Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow, for the "Golden Fleece Line" (A. & J. Carmichael), Greenock. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 98303.
In command of Captain E.C. Bennet, late of the fullrigged ship Thessalus.
Sailed from Liverpool to Melbourne in 81 days.
Sailed from Melbourne to Newcastle, NSW in 6 days.
Sailed from Newcastle, NSW to San Francisco in 48 days.
Sailed from San Francisco to Queenstown in 113 days.
Sailed from Cardiff to Montevideo in 41 days.
Captain Stenhouse replaced Captain Bennet who had been appointed master of the same owner's four-masted barque Glaucus.
Sold to William Lewis & Co. (& Lewis and Herron), London.
1914 June 14
Left the Clyde in ballast for New York but never arrived.

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