built by Barclay Curle & Company Glasgow,
Yard No 163

Last Name: AILSA (1900)
Propulsion: Sail. 3 Masts
Launched: Monday, 01/07/1867
Built: 1867
Ship Type: Iron ship
Ship's Role: Cargo
Tonnage: 1199 gross and net
Length: 227.7 feet
Breadth: 34.8 feet
Draught: (Depth 22.7 feet)
Owner History:
George Smith & Co, Glasgow.
1900 J. Johanson & Co, Kristiania.
Status: Sunk - 02/02/1906
Web site:
ON 58323.
1867 Completed for George Smith's City Line.
1900 Sold to the Norwegian owner J. Johanson & Co, renamed AILSA and at the same time altered to barque rig.

1906 Abandoned at sea while on passage from Ardrossan to Rio de Janeiro. The crew were rescued by the trawler TUBAL CAIN.
Previous update by Bruce Allan

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

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