sv AILSA
built by Charles Connell & Company Scotstoun,
Yard No 73

Propulsion: Sails. 3 masts.
Launched: Thursday, 30/06/1870
Built: 1870
Ship Type: Composite ship
Ship's Role: Initially, China tea trade.
Tonnage: 1112 gt
Length: 210 ft 6 ins
Breadth: 35 ft
Owner History:
Sandbach Tinne & Co, Liverpool.
By 1890 Hajee Jackaria, Liverpool.
1897 Hajee Mahomed Ben Gooloom, Jeddah (at that time, Turkish).
Status: Scrapped - 1907

Remarks:
O.N. 63281.

Sold to Arab merchants in Calcutta who employed her carrying pilgrims and merchandise to the Pesian Gulf.

Previous update by Colin Campbell

Last updated: by Bruce Allan from the original records by Stuart Cameron




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