|Date of launch||October 1894|
|Place of launch||Bremerhaven|
|Type||4-masted steel barque|
|Length||82.3 m (270.0 ft)|
|Beam||13.2 m (43.2 ft)|
|Draft||8.4 m (27.6 ft)|
Later names: Herzogin Sophie Charlotte (1899), Gjertrud (1923)
- October 1894
Built of steel by Rickmers Reismühlen, Rhederei und Schiffbau A.G., Bremerhaven, for their own use. She was rigged as a four-masted barque carrying royals over double top- and topgallant sails.
- 18 December 1899
Sold to Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, who renamed her the Herzogin Sophie Charlotte and rebuilt her to use her as a schoolship.
Sold to Schlüter & Mack, Hamburg.
- August 1914
Stayed at Cleta Buena, Chile, because of the war.
- 26 September 1918
Confiscated by the Chilean Government.
Returned to Schlüter & Mack.
- 21 April 1921
Delivered to Great Britain as war compensation.
Sold to Robert Mattson, Mariehamn.
Sold to Christian Trondsen, Sarpsborg, Norway, and was renamed the Gjertrud.
Broken up in Wilhelmshaven.