|Date of launch||1892|
|Place of launch||Glasgow|
|Type||4-masted steel barque|
|Length||102.4 m (336.1 ft)|
|Beam||13.5 m (44.3 ft)|
|Draft||7.5 m (24.5 ft)|
Later names: Caledonia (1922), Olivebank (1924)
Built of steel by Mackie & Thompson, Glasgow for Andrew Weir & Co., Glasgow. She was rigged as a four-masted barque carrying royals over double topgallant sails.
Sold to Stavanger, Norway.
Sold to J. Lorentzen, Kristiania and renamed the Caledonia.
Sold to Gustaf Erikson, Mariehamn who put her on the Australian wheat trade and gave her back the name Olivebank.
- 8 September 1939
Struck by a mine in the North Sea on her outward voyage. Of the 21 men in the crew fourteen lost their lives, including Captain Carl Granith. The others were rescued two days later by the Danish fishing cutter Talona.