sv LOCH LINNHE
built by J & G Thomson Clydebank,
Yard No 151
Propulsion: Sail 3 Mast Ship Rig
Launched: Tuesday, 05/12/1876
Ship Type: Iron Sailing Vessel
Length: 234 feet 7
Breadth: 37 feet 2
Draught: 22 feet 3
Glasgow Shipping Company (J & R Wilson)
1899 J.E. Söderberg, Nystad, Finland
1906 Isak Grödahl, Nystad
1919 Rederi AB Standard, Åbo
1922 Åbo Nya Rederi AB, Åbo
1922 Gustav Erikson, Mariehamn
Status: Wrecked - 05/11/1933
Web site: http://www.bruzelius.info/Nautica/Ships/Merchant/Sail/L/Loch_Linnhe(1876).html
1899 sold to J.E. Soderberg, Nystad, Finland. Later owned by Isak Grondahl.
1913 rigged down to a barque.
1919 sold to Rederi Ab Standard, Turku, Finland.
1922 sold to Abo Nya Rederi Ab, Turku, Finland.
2 November 1922 sold to Gustaf Erikson.
British Registration No. 76732 and signal WVCN.
Drove ashore on a reef off Kokar Island near Mariehamn, Aland Islands and pounded to pieces by heavy seas (London for Mariehamn in ballast)
The figurehead is preserved at the Ålands Sjöfartsmuseum.
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