built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Co Greenock,
Yard No 248

Propulsion: Sail. 4 masts.
Launched: Saturday, 20/02/1904
Built: 1904
Ship Type: Barquentine
Ship's Role: Initially cargo / cadet vessel.
Tonnage: 2003 g. (1930, 1987 g. 1749 n)
Length: 262.9 feet
Breadth: 40.1 feet
Draught: 24.2 feet (depth?)
Owner History:
A. C. de Freitas, Hamburg.
1911 Schlüter & Maack, Hamburg.
1922 H. V. Lundqvist, Mariehamn.
Status: Scrapped - September 1935

Training vessel for 18 cadets.
During WW1 she was laid up in Chile.
1935 Scrapped at Dalmuir
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Previous update by Bruce Allan
Photo supplied by John Ward~McQuaid

Last updated: by John Ward~McQuaid from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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