built by Russell & Co Port Glasgow,
Yard No 241

Last Name: ASULF (1916)
Propulsion: Sail. 4 masts
Launched: Thursday, 02/10/1890
Built: 1890
Ship Type: Steel barque
Ship's Role: Cargo.
Tonnage: 2283 grt
Length: 278.6 feet
Breadth: 41.9 feet
Depth: 24.2 feet
Owner History:
Andrew Weir & Co, Glasgow.
1913 E. Monsen, Norway
1916 T. B. Heistein, Norway
Status: Sunk - 27/01/1919

Remarks: O.N. 98586.
29/10/1890 Registered at Glasgow.
1913 Sold out of the fleet.
1919 Abandoned on a voyage from Bahia to Philadelphia, 33.57N 73.46W

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