|Date of launch||1877|
|Place of launch||Liverpool|
|Type||3-masted iron barque|
|Length||61.0 m (200.1 ft)|
|Beam||10.8 m (35.3 ft)|
|Draft||6.4 m (21.2 ft)|
Later names: Gladbrook (1918)
Built of iron by R. & J. Ewans & Co., Liverpool for Thomas Williams & Co., Liverpool. She was rigged as a three-masted barque carrying royals over single topgallant sails.
- April 1905
Sold to W. Gustafsson and O. Pettersson, Mariehamn.
Lost rigging near New Zealand but managed to reach Wellington. Sold and used as a barge.
Rigged up and renamed Gladbrook.
Laid up, derigged and used as hulk in Suva, later in Auckland.