Another 4 masted barque, later called Parma.
She was 302 feet long at the keel. 4 masted, square rigged on 3 masts and gaff rigged on the jigger mast.
Built of steel by A. Rodger & Co., Port Glasgow for Anglo American Oil Co., London. She was given the name Arrow and was rigged as a four-masted barque carrying royals over double topgallant sails.
Sold to Reederei F. Laeisz, Hamburg, renamed the Parma and put on the South American nitrate trade.
Handed over to the British government as war compensation.
Bought back by Laeisz and put back on the nitrate trade.
Sold to a consortium in Mariehamn, with the legendary Captain Ruben de Cloux and the author Alan Villiers as the primary partners. She was then the biggest sailing vessel in Finland until Gustaf Erikson bought the Moshulu.
The Parma made the fastest voyage on the wheat trade ever: Port Victoria - Falmouth in 83 days.
Sold and used as a hulk.