Date of launch 1881
Place of launch Greenock
Type 3-masted iron ship
GRT 1484
NRT 1446
Length 74.7 m (245.1 ft)
Beam 11.5 m (37.7 ft)
Draft 6.8 m (22.3 ft)
  • 1881 
    Built of iron by Russell & Co., Greenock for Thomas Dunlop & Sons, Glasgow. She was rigged as a three-masted full-rigged ship carrying royals over single topgallant sails and double topsails.
  • 1902 
    Sold to owners in Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • October 1910 
    Sold to Capt. V.A. Mäkelä in Viipuri, Finland.
  • August 1913 
    Lost rigging on a voyage from New Caledonia to Hamburg. Towed to Auckland and condemned, sold as a barge.
  • 27 March 1934 
    Sunk with all her crew by a cyclone that swept over Noumea, where she was stationed.

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